Week at a Glance

Week of Febraury 1 to 5, 2016

Week at a Glance

Monday, Febraury 1:

  • Accelerated Reader (AR) starts for 2nd-5th grade students
  • Data meeting for Math 3-week assessment (see schedule below)
  • Data desegregation documents for Writing are due
  • Data desegregation documents for Science are due
  • National School Counseling Week starts (please have students work on a little something for our beloved Counselor--see schedule of distribution below)
  • I-Station monthly assessment window starts

Tuesday, February 2:

  • Data meetings will take place following schedule below -- No grade level data meting this week
  • Data meeting for Writing 3-week assessment (see schedule below)
  • Data meeting for Science 3-week assessment (see schedule below)
  • Campus PD, 4:15-5:00pm
  • ILT meeting, 5:00pm-6:00pm

Wednesday, February 3:

  • Team meetings
  • K-5th Writing Composition district ACP test
  • College shirt or school spirit shirt, and khakis or slacks

Thursday, February 4:

  • PLC meeting in Data Room (See schedule and what to bring below)
  • Administrator Meeting, 4:15-5:45pm

Friday, February 5:

  • Operations meeting, 3:00-4:00pm
  • Superhero shirt with jeans

Upcoming events/important dates:
January 25-February 5 - CIRCLE assessment MOY (PK only)
February 8 - I-Station Good Usage and Tier Movement reports due (mark/highlight the documents as appropriate)
February 8-19 - Assessment window for interim exam (Released STAAR) for 4th Writing, 5th Reading, and 5th Math
Febraury 8-March 31- UNCF fundraising period
February 9 - Happy birthday, Mr. Meador!
February 9 - 4th grade field trip - Crow Museum
February 9 - I-Station Tier Movement Celebration
February 12 - 4th and 5th field trip: Trinity River Audubon
February 12 - Grade validation lists are distributed by Ms. Gallo
February 13 - Happy birthday, Nurse Prince!
February 14 - Happy birthday, Mr. Falcon!
February 15 - President's Day - No school
February 15 - Validations lists are due from teachers to Ms. Gallo no later than 4pm
February 15 - Teachers to validate years of teaching experience in Oracle
February 16-19 - Assessment window for interim exam for Reading (K-4th), Math (K-4th), and Science (5th)
February 17 - Happy birthday, Ms. Scott!
February 19 - Happy birthday, Mr. Proctor!
February 20 - Destination Imagination Competition
February 21 - Happy birthday, Ms. Sanders!
February 22 - Teacher verify grades by 3pm
February 23 - Kindergarten and 1st field trip: Le Theatre de Marionette
February 24 - Happy birthday, Ms. Miller!
February 25 - African American Heritage Month Program
February 29 - Happy birthday, Ms. Delgado!
February 29 - 5th grade field trip: Symphony
February 29 - Report cards go home

Morning Announcements - 2C is next

Please send students to the office for morning announcements no later than 7:50am. If you missed the time, please send students at 9am to the office for announcements.

Individual data meetings

On Monday, February 1, we will discuss Math 3-week assessment results and will follow the schedule below:
9:00-9:30am - Ms. Simpson
9:30-10:00am - Ms. Cruz
10:00-10:30am - Ms. Loftis
10:30-11:00am - Mr. Mata
11:00-11:30am - Ms. Patterson
11:30am-12:00pm - Ms. Dixon
12:15-12:45pm - Mr. Dorward
12:45-1:15pm - Mr. Hernandez
1:15-1:30pm - Ms. Thomas
1:30-1:45pm - Ms. McGill
1:45-2:00pm - Mr. Abrego
2:00-2:15pm - Ms. Soler
2:15-2:30pm -Mr. Portales
2:30-2:45pm - Ms. Valentin
2:45-3:00pm - Ms. Adewunmi
3:00-3:15pm - Ms. Enoch
3:15-3:30pm - Ms. Robinson
3:30-3:45pm - Mr. Rubio
3:45-4:00pm - Ms. Rodriguez

On Tuesday, February 2, we will discuss Writing and Science 3-week assessment results and will follow the schedule below:
9:00-9:30am - Ms. Cantwell
9:30-10:00am - Ms. Alanis
10:00-10:30am - Ms. Scott (we will discuss all content areas)
10:30-11:00am - Ms. Simpson
11:00-11:30am - Ms. Cruz

I-Station monthly assessment window

The monthly I-Station assessment window for February is February 1 to 5. If you have students who are underperforming compared to previous months' tier, please speak to the student and then do an on demand assessment.

STAAR - Parent information session

Summer Readiness Program

Extended Year for Students in Elementary will be held at each elementary school. The program will be overseen by the campus principal. The students who will be attending are our 5th grade students who did not meet promotion requirements (attendance, grades at least at 70, and STAAR Math and Reading).

Instructional days will be the following: June 6, 7, 8, 9, 13, 14, 15, 16, 20.

SSI testing dates are:
STAAR Math - June 21
STAAR Reading - June 22

Summer Achievers Academy for Elementary Students

Parents will will complete application for students to attend summer programs. Students will be selected using a randomized computer selection process. The summer program will consist of Core Content and Arts Enrichment and Summer Camps.

Instructional days are June 27 to July 28, Monday to Thursday only, 8am to 4pm.

Elementary locations are: Burleson ES, Dunbar ES, Salazar ES, and Reilly ES.

Teachers interested will receive more information as it becomes available.

Current assistant principals interested in serving as summer school principal for the Summer Achievers Academy should let their Feeder Pattern Executive Director know by February 5, 2016. Summer school principal hourly rate of pay is $40 for elementary, $42 for middle school, and $46 for high school.

United Negro College Fund

The fundraising period for the United Negro College Fund is February 8 to Mary 31. You are welcomed to give a one-time donation or choose a monthly payroll deduction on Oracle, under Employee Self Service.

African American Heritage Month Program

This year's African American Heritage Month Program will take place February 25, 5-7pm. Please decide who from your teams will attend.