SUPER Weekly Agenda
May 16-20, 2016
- Balanced Literacy
- Movement with Purpose
Monthly Focus Areas
- E-mail will be sent with activities
Cultural Competency: Penny Fair Preparation and Research
House of Values: Safety - please review safety expectations at recess
Respect - review voice levels in the cafeteria (lunch duty). Remind students of the voice level they would use if out to eat with family.
- DIBELS: Continue progress monitoring at least bi-weekly for red and yellow until EOY testing
ISTEP Data Targets: ELA 60%, Math 54%
IREAD Pass Rate 2016: 77% (Met District Goal)
IREAD Data Target for June: 84% (Stretch Goal)
NWEA: How is your team using Skills Navigator to PM skills?
SRI: Go over EOY targets with students
- Achieve 3000/Lexia: Are your students meeting their minutes?
- Thank you Ms. Herdman for completing our student surveys for the district!
- Great job on the All Pro Dad's event!! 120 people strong!
- Thank you Mrs. Humerickhouse for filling in on RTI and always going above and beyond when needed!
- Thank you Mrs. Lee, Mrs. Gehm, and Mrs. Sellers for all of your work coordinating testing schedules and working out glitches as needed!
- Congratulations to Ms. Harvey and Ms. Burt for applying and earning a Lowe's Grant for our school!!
- Great job Ms. Kohler for consistently reviewing hall expectations and waiting in the halls when students do not respond. I can see the improvement!
- It was great to see so many teams jumping into looking at Zearn last week!
"Don't count the days. Make every day count!"
- Next Wednesday the staff is hosting a shower for Ms. Meyering following the staff meeting. Mr. VanVeelen is also hosting a gathering at his house on Friday night.
- Please remember to schedule your summative conference with Christy.
- Please make sure all of your evidence is complete and as soon as possible you complete your SLOs.
- Please remember that when adults talk in the halls during transitions it means students begin talking. I am going to work on not talking to teachers when they are monitoring their class in the hall and I am asking you all to join me. It will help us with EOY behaviors.
- Please make sure you are monitoring your post on the playground. With it being the end of the year monitoring students is highly important.
- Have you established end of the year expectations with students? Have you made sure they understand what they could miss out on with poor behavior?
- Please be aware of the absences next week. I am out for district committees and training 1/2 days both Tuesday and Wednesday. I am also out for personal day on Friday. We also have several days with 2 teachers out for various reasons. Please be aware. It is a busy time of year!
How is your class doing on Achieve 3000? How many students have reached 40 activities?
Strengthening Whole Class Discussions
Guided Reading Assessments
Primary Assessments - Information Provided
- Letter ID (K-1) - Known letters and visual discrimination
- Sight word list (K-2) - Known words and visual memory
- Dictated sentence (K-1) - Sound/letter knowledge, phonemic awareness, and letter formation
- Writing sample (K-2) - Oral language, vocabulary, visual memory, phonemic awareness, concepts of print
- Running record (K-2) Oral retell - Reading level and strategies, Recall
While searching the guided reading website there was a great resource that breaks down the skills we should assess within each reading level. Clink on this link to access this great resource!
May is: National Physical Fitness and Sport Month, National Bike Month, National Salad Month
Morning Movement: Chocolate
Monthly Fit Focus: Promote National Physical Fitness and Sport Month
Activity Challenge: Play a game of sports charades with your class. Take turns guessing and acting out your favorite sports.
5 Star Family Challenge: