Ms. Mac's Memos
Park Street Mission and Vision
Park Street Mission:
We Learn. We Grow. We Thrive.
Park Street Vision:
Our vision is to provide a collaborative foundation for successful learning and living through:
P- Positive Experiences
S- Supporting all students
E- Engaging with the community and creating
S- Students of excellence
Week at a Glance
- Kindergarten Phonics Visits with Comer 8:30-10:00am
- Monthly S44 progress meeting
- Super Specials (In-house filed trip with Builder Bunch)
- PLCs after school
- Events/Calendar/ Meetings committee meeting 3:40pm in the media center
- 7:45-8:15 Monthly Para meeting
- STEAM Day
Mac's Monthly Missions
Your mission, if you choose to accept it is record or take picture of student talk in either partners, book club, or small groups.
You have to tweet using- #macsmonthlymission #parkstreetallin and @PSE_Principal showing your students in different student talk groups.
Mission Prize- $25 Target Gift card
Community Collaboration Room...
During the summer, we will be breaking down the computer lab to convert it into a community collaboration room for our parents. It will be a space for parents to get clothing, shoes, toiletries. Additionally, thanks to a partnership with MUST ministries, we will also be a location of a food pantry for our families.
In leu of the computer lab, we will be getting an additional Chromebook cart.
If anyone would like to help us this summer with painting and redecorating the lab, please let me know.
Please help us by signing up to bring a dish or item to contribute to the breakfast. Please click the link to sign up. https://www.signupgenius.com/go/60B0A4BAAAF2AA1FF2-volunteer
PD for Second Semester
- March 11th- Math-In-Practice PD with Ms. Robinson from 12:30-2pm (optional)
- March 11th- Hannah will do a test prep part 2 (9-11) and will also be available to help with any Reading Units of Study Assistance you may need. She will be set up in the Media Center for "drop in" sessions.
Target Gift Card Winner...
You can be entered in to win a gift card too! If you reward at least 8 dojo points a week, you can win a $10 Target gift card too!
Ground Breaking Ceremony...
5th grade students will be invited outside for the ground breaking as a "farewell" to the old Park Street. We will not have space for all students and staff to attend, but if you are free at that time, please join in! Construction will begin prior to the official ceremony.
Staff Shout Outs..
1. Usher Ramcharan
Your dedication and care for your students is amazing! Never say never! The students in her class are doing amazing things! Thank you Usher !
2. Audrey Dominguez, Carla Murphy, and Nicole Renshaw
Thank you for helping me set-up the K-1 STEM fair stations in the media center after school!!!! You're awesome!!!
3. Tamile Wilson
Awesome STEM fair!!!
4. Ms. Wilson & PTA / STEM night crew
Big shout out to Ms. Wilson, PTA, and all those who organized an exciting STEM night. Our kiddos were smiling, laughing, and having a good time. It was hard work and it paid off! You all were definitely #ParkStreetAllIn
5. Ms. Rivera
Your energy, your smile, your hugs, your morning music... always setting a positive tone. Your behind the scenes work to ensure things run smoothly. We appreciate you!
6. Ms. Thompson
Going above and beyond - getting a head start for Awards Day. Truly loving on our Park Street Kids! Supporting Kindergarten for the rigorous math lesson on Capa-city :-) !
7. Alex Soto
Thanks for helping the 5th grade team figure out and plan for our test prep! March Madness is going to be awesome!
8. Amanda Cobb
Second grade so appreciates you coming in to help students work with money!
9. Amanda Cobb
Thank you for your tireless support of ALL students in our building. You are one in a million!
10. Tressa Banks
You are a creating an incredible learning community in your classroom that supports the whole child for every student in you class. I love to watch you work your magic through purposeful communication, consistency and skillful instruction.
11. Stephanie Sims
Ms. Sims, thank you for always taking initiative and for taking care of our kiddos!
12. Linda Skaggs
Ms. Skaggs, Thank you for always being there to help and support! you are a team player!
13. Kindergarten paras
thank you to the Kindergarten Paras for always going the extra mile and pitching in to make sure our team is functioning at its best!
14. Lisa Cabrera
thank you to Lisa Cabrera for always being concerned for our students and staff!
15. Heather Welch
thank you to Heather for always being helpful!
16. Erica Turnbull
For making me visual behavior aides to enable a struggling student to make better choices!
17. Rebecca Kern
For being such a calm & knowledgeable presence in the office! You are valued!!
18. Anthony Edwards
For helping our most needy students with a smile everyday!
19. Joanna Cox
For writing an Arts Bridge grant for 1st grade so we can go see the "Very Hungry Caterpillar" for FREE at the Cobb Energy center! You ROCK!