ISOK Mission Log
In this month's Mission Log....
COLLEGE CORNER: Lots of great info that you need to know!
Learning Coach Resources
Calling all Learning Coaches! Please log in to your LC account today!
Click on this link to enter drawing and let us know how we are doing! Winners chosen the last week of each month.
Ketchup Week is May 1-5
Cast your vote today for May Faculty and Staff of the Month!
Give teachers and staff a much-deserved shout out! Vote today! Click on the link below.
Virtual College Fair - You won't want to miss it!
We have an outstanding opportunity for every student in your building to save time and money in their college search.
The National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP)—parent organization of the National Honor Society (NHS)—will host a Virtual College Fair on Thursday, May 25, from 2:00 to 10:00 p.m. (ET).
This is an exceptional opportunity for your entire school. Any student in grade 9–12, parent, or faculty/staff member can:
· Visit virtual booths and take virtual tours of campuses nationwide, such as Notre Dame, Syracuse, Eastern Washington, the U.S. Air Force Academy, and more.
· Participate from any computer, tablet, or smartphone.
· Get questions answered in real time. Learn about scholarship programs.
Sign up here!
What are your plans for next year? Let us know today!
Re-Registration for 2017-2018 school year has begun!
All families must log in from the Learning Coach account and select either registering or not registering for next school year. Click here for a step by step guide through the re-registration process.
It can take up to 48 hours for our office to process your documents so your status will not automatically say approved. You will need to check back later to see your updated status
Here is a link to the Parent Information Session hosted by our principal, Mrs. Kelly.
REMEMBER! It is vital you mark your student so they are not mass withdrawn in May!
For Questions about Re-registration Contact:
405-835-2133 ext 3001
This summer, spend time at an Oklahoma college or university and discover the fascinating worlds of aeronautics, forensic science, engineering, environmental conservation and much more!
Summer Academies are FREE!
Be sure to request applications from the contact person listed under the academy you choose. Or call 1.800.858.1840 for more information.
COOL FACTS ABOUT SUMMER ACADEMIES…
26 Summer Academies are available this year at 18 different college campuses across the state.
More than 17,000 Oklahoma students have attended Summer Academies since 1990.
A greater percentage of Summer Academies students go to college immediately after high school compared to other students.
While in college, Summer Academies students are more academically prepared than their peers, requiring fewer remedial courses than all other students.
Summer Academies students earn degrees at a higher rate than other students.
All Summer Academies, even residential ones where students live on campus, are FREE.
It's May and that means it's almost Summer! Follow these water safety tips...
Haskell Summer Bridge Program in Literature
The dates for this year’s session are June 18 to July 8, 2017.
What is the Haskell Summer Bridge Program in Literature?
The Haskell Summer Bridge Program in Literature is a program aimed at giving additional support to incoming first-time college students by offering an intensive three-week program on the Haskell Indian Nations University campus. Students who are in need of strengthening their reading and writing skills will spend time learning how to read critically and how to participate in class discussion at the college level, from the same faculty who teach these subjects during the regular school year. Students will also get a crash course in the general knowledge and skills needed to succeed in college.
The Summer Bridge Program extends beyond the classroom, however. Students will also receive advising, academic coaching, and personal tutoring from Haskell faculty and staff. Finally, to orient students to the community, they will be living in for the next several years, there will be events and field trips introducing them to the opportunities that Lawrence and its surrounding areas offer.
Click here for more information.
Oklahoma History Center Summer Family Events
he Education team has several events coming up this summer!
First Saturdays – June 3rd 1-4 pm School’s Out (Summer
activities and crafts)
August 5th 1-4 pm back to School (One-
room school and other school
themed activities and crafts)
First Saturday activities are free with museum admission
Okie Tales – Every Wednesday in June and July at 10:30 am
Summer reading program with a new story
and craft every week!
Okie Tales activities are $2, (includes museum admission!)
History Pioneers Junior Curator Camp – (8-12 year olds)
July 17-21 10 am-3 pm
Like museums? Interested in working in a museum?
Come learn about what a museum curator does and
help create an exhibit! This year’s theme is Space.
Campers get behind the scenes access!
Curator Camp is $100 for the week, includes lunch and snacks.
If interested in any of these activities, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Wow! Join in on the Oklahoman's Summer Reading Contest!
Eight weekly winners (one from each week) will be selected to receive a set of books. A grand prize winner will be selected at the end of the contest to receive an e-Reader courtesy of The Oklahoman. The deadline for entries is July 31.
You can submit your entries by email to: email@example.com
Make sure to include the following information: Name, Age, Phone Number, Address, City, Zip, *Parent/Guardian Email Address- Valid email address required to receive prizes.
Week 1: Look at a copy of The Oklahoman or NewsOK.com at home or at your library. Name a foreign country highlighted in today’s paper or on NewsOK.com. What country is it and what is the headline of the story?
Click here for more information on the Oklahoman's Summer Reading
Free Fitness Video
Desk Based Yoga!
25 Exercises You Can Do At Home!!!
Our School Clubs are wrapping up for the year!
Check out these great links from Ag in the Classroom
Check the May Page for links to resources and information about more topics of the season, including the following:
· May Day
Learning Coach University
K12 Learning Coach University™ was created to support the Learning Coaches who guide the schooling of their children at home. Online classes provide a clearer understanding of the developmental process of learning as well as effective strategies and resources to use at home to help every child succeed. Click here to view the October sessions.
Motivate 2 Activate
K12 and School at Home Effectively are pleased to offer the Motivate 2 Activate Series for Learning Coaches. Click here to view the sessions.
What Motivates Your Student click here for recording
Your Role as a Learning Coach click here for recording
Practice Make Progress click here for recording
Game Plan for Chronic Issues click here for recording
Arguing, Complaining, and Whining click here for recording
Holding Students Accountable click here for recording
Objectives - Why They're So Important click here for recording
Praise Versus Encouragement click here for recording
Helping Student Self-Correct click here for recording
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