Joan Martin Agenda

September 19th - September 23rd

This Week's Pledge of Allegiance

Monday, September 19th- Ms. Maxwell

Tuesday, September 20th- Ms. Joliff

Wednesday, September 21st- Ms. Backe

Thursday, September 22nd- Ms. Tilford

Friday, September 23rd- Ms. Peeler

Upcoming Events!

Monday 9/19 International Talk Like a Pirate Day; Student Council Class Representative Elections; 9-10am- HA/CA Bullying Presentation; 6-7pm- Read180 and System 44 Parent Night.

Tuesday 9/20- 8:10-8:40- Health Benefits Presentation; 12pm-2pm- FA/FL/LA Canoemobile.

Wednesday 9/21- 9:20-10:20- BA/EV/JO Bullying Presentation; 4-5pm PTO Meeting.

Thursday 9/22- 9:30-11:30am- OS/SI/SM Canoemobile; 5:30pm-8:30pm- Taste of Autumn.

Friday 9/23- 1st Quarter Progress Reports; 9:30-11:30am- PA Canoemobile; 12-2pm- CO/ST/ME Canoemobile.

9/26-9/30- College Go Week!

Monday 9/26- Spirit Day- Wear your favorite college gear; 9:30-11:30- BA/DE/EX Canoemobile; 12pm-2pm- CA, JA, HA.

Tuesday 9/27- Spirit Day- Wear military, armed forces, or camouflage gear.

Wednesday 9/28- Spirit Day- Dress as your future career; 1:30-1:50- 1st-3rd Grade Harlem Wizards Assembly; 2pm-2:20pm- 4th-5th grade Harlem Wizards Assembly.

Thursday 9/29- Spirit Day- Wear a hat and/or college gear; 9:15-10:45- 4th Grade HHS Tour; 12:30pm-2pm- 4th Grade HHS Tour.

Friday 9/30- Spirit Day- Wear Purple and Gold.

Pictures of the Week!

Important Notables!

Taste of Autumn: Have you bought your Taste of Autumn tickets? Support our Hobart Education Foundation. They do so much for our schools. This year it takes place on Sept. 22 and is at the Ambassador hall. Would love to have several tables of Joan Martin School.

Digital Portfolios- A shout out to 5th grade for utilizing Tammy May and having her come in to assist with the student portfolios! Great Job!

Joan Martin’s PBIS Brickie Points- Classes can earn up to 12 points a day for following Brickie Expectation Procedures. Points will be collected at the end of the day every Friday.

College Go! Week (9/26-9/30)- Please make sure that you have a lesson planned for college go week. For example: 3rd grade is going to take pictures of our kids holding a sign that says "I want to be __________ when I grow up, and I want to study at __________." They will discuss different colleges throughout the week, and teachers will share their college experiences with students. Then we will hang the pictures on the bulletin board. 5th Grade is going to have students write letters about their life after college. What college they went to, where they are currently working, how long they went to college for, and what they majored in. They will have the students share the letters in class.

Emails: Make sure not to use student names in emails. Use initials or call if sensitive.

Student Forms: Create an incentive in your classroom to get all beginning of the year forms turned in.

504's: You will be receiving an invite next week if you have a student with a 504 for a parent meeting to rewrite the 504 for this year.

Conferences: Do you have students you are concerned with academically or behaviorally? We are more than happy to sit in on the parent conference.

Journaling: Are you using your Five Minute Journal?

Writing Practice: Constructed responses should be started very soon in your classroom.

AdvancEd: Part of our Advanced Ed plan is to be using articles of the week in our classrooms. Have you tried using Newsela? Utilize Tammy May. She is our district expert.

Chromebooks- Chromebooks should be brought in daily in the clear backpack charged and ready to go. Students cannot call home to get Chromebooks and parents cannot drop them off. If a child forgets their Chromebook they will receive a warning and then lunch detention on subsequent offenses.

Staff Birthdays!

Christa Wein - September 21st

Kacey Allen- September 24th

Zen Teaching Tip of the Week!

· Approaching the world with compassion and kindness can ignite a sense of happiness and well-being within you. Be kind!

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