Wildcat Weekly

April 4th-8th, 2016

MJHS Vision Statement

Our vision for Ronald E. McNair Junior High is for every student to be high school ready with a college and career mindset by purposefully encouraging individual strengths, goals, accountability, exposure and participation in the global community. Each student will develop a desire to be his or her best self by purposefully aiming for academic and social readiness that produces global competitiveness.

Thought of the Week

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Week At A Glance

4/11/16-4/15/16- STAR Testing

4/11/16- ENCORE

4/12/16- ENCORE

4/13/16- Learning Lab

4/14/16- PLC & ENCORE

STAR GROWTH CELEBRATION~ ICE CREAM SUNDAES!!

  • Students who get an SGP of 50 or higher on either STAR Math or STAR Reading will get a ticket to build thier own ice cream sundae!
  • We will build sundaes in the cafeteria during lunch- the date will be announced soon!
  • We will provide the ice cream and we would appreciate it if teachers/faculty members would sign up to bring items for the sundaes! (Sign Up Sheet will be emailed today!)
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Save The Date

4/18/16- Progress Reports Go Home, ASPIRE Practice

4/19/16- Parent Pow-Wow's

4/20/16- Learning Lab- MANDATORY TESTING TRAINING!!!!

4/22/16- Snow Day

4/28/16- Algebra I EOC & PLTW Robotics Competition

4/29/16- Final Friday Block Out

Friendly Reminders

  • Please make sure you turn in your extra Gold Paws at the end of each week to Ms. Lovelace!
  • Sub Tubs- please make sure that your sub tub is up to date and in Mrs. Matthews office!
  • Covering your duty- Please make sure that if you are going to be out for any reason that you get a teammate to cover your duty!
  • Grades- 1 per week- Please make sure that you are putting at least one grade per week into INOW.
  • Do Now- Please make sure that your Do Now is text based, has 3 levels of questions and that it is timed. Do Now- 1st 10 minutes of class.
  • 90 Minutes of instruction- Please make sure that you are planning 90 minutes of Bell to Bell instruction. It is always better to over plan. Ask yourself these questions when planning a lesson...
  • What do I want my students to know and be able to do? How will I know if they have learned it? How will I know if they have not learned it? What am I going to do if they did learn it? What am I going to do if they didn't learn it? What am I going to do if some students finish early? Students should ALWAYS have something to do!!!
  • Class One Offenses- Please make sure that you are calling parents, talking to students, clearly stating your expectations, and documenting what you do to redirect the student. All of this helps immensley if a student needs further assistance from an administrator.
  • Positive PAWS- Please don't forget to sign and make a note on student's green cards. Thank you!
  • Don't forget about the GOLD PAWS!!

Duty This Week- Week 1!!