Bird is the Word
This is what's STATpening
Action Teams and SLT Meet this Monday 9/19
We will meet briefly in the library on Monday afternoon
before getting into our team meetings.
You should hear from your committee Chair and Co-Chair
about where you will be meeting.
Please let me know if you still don't have a team/committee.
WANTED ASAP: Journey Leader
*we will also have a student JOURNEY LEADER*
This commitment will take the place of an Action Team/Committee and earn you 8 Bird University points.
- PLEASE consider, if you don't already have one, creating a Twitter account.
- Baltimore County and Joppa View would like our story to be shared.
- Once you have an account, think about TWEETING every other day (quickly during your planning or at the end of the day).
- Tag JVES using @JoppaViewES and use the hashtag #bcpslh.
Twitter is said to be the number one digital professional development.
And we have a lot of great things to share!
Call it Scoring...or Scored...or "This will be SCORED."
Joe Lin brought up a great piece of advice (that Beth Anne picked up on and shared again)
We are SCORING almost everything the students turn in
whether it is graded or ungraded in the grade book.
If students know that something will be SCORED,
it takes away the "well, this is practice so it doesn't matter" mentality.
Anchor Charts for Small Group Expectations
National Art & Music Day
A lovely family brought in a cake to celebrate our wonderful art and music teachers!
Rubric for Handwriting Expectations
Loving Ms. Schruefer's Essential Question Bulletin Board.
Last year McGraw Hill came out to film our very own Alley Firey.
She is famous! See the video below.
ALL Grading and Reporting Resources & Presentations Padlet
Article below good for parents...and teachers!
Shout Out to following teachers for coming to APPY HOUR:
Beth Anne M.
Next APPY HOUR will be on September 28th and will have some yummy drinks and treats!
Chapel Hill Apple Festival
Saturday, Sep. 17th, 10am-5pm
4350 Chapel Road
Perry Hall, MD
Chapel Hill has their Apple Festival on Saturday and Sunday filled with vendors, hay rides, train rides, animals, and most importantly...food. Calhouns are planning on being there on one of those days.