Principal Weekly Wrap Up

May 30, 2016

OAP Mission Statement:

To provide a collaborative learning community that prepares students for the future.

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Principal Weekly Wrap Up | May 31, 2016

Journal 31 writing: One year ago from now, I want to be celebrating...

tremendous progress with my dissertation

teams/departments "see each other" and continue to collaborate

continuous progress made on our campus improvement plan/POP

tailored professional development

building wide expectations are implemented with fidelity

data available to assess our vision in action.

Gallery Walk: Rock Star Status Patrol was out and about!

May 23-27, 2016
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We are going to celebrate our volunteers by hosting a breakfast on May 31, 2016 7:30 a.m.-9:00 a.m.

Review Classroom and Assembly Expectations This Week

Reiterate Being Kind, Respectful and Responsible

Encourage students to share moments of Kindness received or given

Next Week: NONE, Enjoy the summer!

My Goals:

To have a safe place for all of us to be able to speak on tough topics and be aware of our own biases with clarity and deep compassion for students, parents, our community and each other.

To get us focused and to bring clarity to our systems by continuing to update our "This is how we do business at Peterson handbook."

Campus Instructional Focus (A.K.A. POP): Our Goal

After an analysis of campus data, we found that faculty and staff need to effectively use PLCs so that students will have clarity as to what they need to know and what they must be able to do with their learning in order to achieve personal growth in all content areas.

Theory of Action:

  • Provide the foundational purpose of the why behind PLCs.

    • Teachers will use PLCs as the primary strategy for improving the instructional culture of Peterson Elementary through:

      • Looking at student and teacher work;

      • Designing quality common formative assessments (CFAs)

      • Reviewing and responding to data.

  • Guiding Questions: What does an authentic and collaborative PLC look like? How does data, student work, and student feedback validate the effectiveness of PLCs? What professional development is needed to ensure that all staff members understand what learning targets, authentic learnings tasks, and collaborative PLCs look like?