NRES STAFF NEWSLETTER

April 27-May 1, 2015

Summer School Job Opportunities

Reminders and Expectations!


  • April 27: Keta Dodson will be onsite Monday, April 27th in the Teacher Lounge between 10:30 & 1:05 for those that are interested in talking with her about online degree programs. Stop by to learn more and to grab a treat as well.

  • April 27: Eduphoria SML Refresher 3:30 p.m.

  • April 30: Pink/Blue Cards and EOY checklist will be distributed

  • May 4-15: Grades 3-4 AIMSweb EOY Testing Window

  • May 1: Rocket Rally until 8:25am

  • May 5: Register for Keller University in EDUPHORIA after today!

  • May 5: Science Night

  • May 8: Last day for student checkout. PLEASE DO NOT ASSIGN ANY PROJECTS THAT NEED LIBRARY BOOKS AFTER May 8th.

  • May 11: Eduphoria SML Refresher 3:30 p.m.

  • May 13: Career Day

  • May 15: FHMS Traveling Show @ 1:30 p.m. (all grades)

  • May 15: All library books returned to Library. Students will NOT be able to participate in Field Day unless their library account is CLEAR.

  • May 19: PTA Yearbook Signing
  • May 21: 4th Grade Program
  • May 26: Eduphoria SML Refresher 3:30 p.m.
  • June 2: Kindergarten Graduation

  • Homework Reminder: Don't forget to bring a sample of your students' QUICK WRITE to Session 2 of Make Up PD Training.

Resigning from a Respective Employment Contract

All contracted employees under a Probationary, Continuing or Term Contract, as per Board Policy DFE (Legal), may resign from their respective employment contract without penalty by filing a written resignation not later than the 45th day before the first day of instruction for the 2015-16 school year. This year’s deadline is July 10, 2015. Because the resignation deadline date occurs during the time that the district will be closed, resignations must be hand delivered to Human Resources by close of business on Thursday, July 9, 2015 (4:00 p.m.) or mailed USPS and postmarked by July 10, 2015.

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NRES ATTENDANCE AND SPIRIT STICK WINNERS!

The spirit stick attendance winner will be the classroom with best unexcused attendance. In case of a tie, the classroom with the least number of tardies will be recognized. In the event tardies are the same then the number of students in the class will be the deciding factor.


Kinder: Ms. Hernandez

First: Ms. Fitzgerals

Second: Ms. Rogish

Third: Ms. Manjarrez and Mr. Gonzalez

Fourth: Ms. Rodriguez

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Answer the Question, Please!

Question?

"Concern: students not allowed to talk in the cafeteria.
Lunch time is one of the rare times we allow students to socialize with their peers on campus and this past week students were asked to quite down several times and/or silent lunch. The students weren't yelling or being overly loud, but when you have a full cafeteria with everyone eager to chat with their friend it IS going to sound loud. Also it wasn't teachers who are monitoring the lunch room requesting the students to not talk, but the cafeteria staff who say they can't do their job with all the talking."

Answer

Students are provided the opportunity to socialize with their peers during lunch time. It is highly encouraged they eat their lunch as well. Sometimes the cafeteria becomes too loud. This is why we have the PBIS expectations in place. Please review the expectations prior to entering the cafeteria. This will minimize the noise level and ensure people can and enjoy their friends. The staff on duty are monitoring students to maintain safety create an environment conducive to conversation for everyone. It will be important to train all staff members including Cafeteria staff in the PBIS Guidelines for Success.

Where is Everyone this Week?

April 27

April 28

April 29 Oliver at AP meeting in the AM

April 30 Jackie at Whitley Road in the AM

May 1

Staff Birthdays

Roberts, Kelly 26-Apr

Schoepflin, Candace 29-Apr

Dill, Dawn 1-May

Boyd, Jakayla 3-May

Rodriguez, Valeria 7-May

Martin, Kelsey 17-May

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