The Treasure Map

Monday, March 10 - Sunday, March 16

Week in Review

Sunday, March 9
  • Daylight Saving Time

Monday, March 10

      • ELDA testing window
      • STAR students here from WU
      • NTI final observation period ends
      • 7:00 pm Go West @ Sullivan auditorium


      Tuesday, March 11

      • ELDA testing window
      • Ellisor at the Carroll School
      • 12:00 Kindergarten tour for prospective parents
      • 3:00 MANDATORY PASS TRAINING for all involved with testing (assistants will be trained Wednesday at 11:30)



      Wednesday, March 12

      • 5th Grade Common Planning 2:45-3:30
      • K Common Planning 12:35-1:20
      • 2nd Grade Common Planning 2:45-3:45
      • ELDA testing window
      • Late Start: Please see sign up genius for locations
      • STAR Students from WU are scheduled to be here (this will likely change)
      • 11:30 PASS Training for all IHES assistants


      Thursday, March 13

      • 3rd Grade Common Planning 8:00-8:45
      • 5th Grade Common Planning 9:55-10:35
      • ELDA testing window
      • Batten to Brattonsville
      • Chic fil A Spirit night
      • Morton to Carroll School


      Friday, March 14

      • ELDA testing window
      • Terrific Kid due (PLEASE notify the parents prior to the celebration. Parents and children are affected when this is not communicated.)
      • GBE Annual Review form completed


      Saturday, March 15


      Sunday, March 16

      Link for Parent Online Orientation for iRock

      From the iRock website, click on Parents and Community, then Online Parent Orientation. It will take you here…
      http://irockanytimeanywhere.com/online-parent-orientation/

      scroll down to step 4.

      Training Opportunities at WU

      Dear Certified Mentor,

      Winthrop University’s NetSCOPE Grant, in collaboration with C.E.R.R.A, will present “Analysis of Student Work Mentor Academy.” This two day training provides mentors with tools and strategies for helping beginning teachers identify student needs, plan for differentiated instruction, and ensure equitable learning outcomes. Upon completion of training, participants will be able to:

      • Intensify coaching expertise
      • Analyze student work
      • Use student work analysis for planning lessons
      • Differentiate instruction

      The training will be held April 1-2, 2014 on the campus of Winthrop University in the Withers/WTS Building room 401. The training will begin at 9:00 a.m. and conclude by 4:00 p.m. each day. Participants must have completed the three-day South Carolina “Foundations in Mentoring” training in order to attend.

      Registration will be open to NetSCOPE partnership schools only until March 7. After March 7, registration will be open to all schools in our partnership districts. Please register online at the following site:

      http://winthropanalysisofstudentworkapr2014.eventbrite.com

      If you have questions concerning registration, please contact David Beiter at beiterd@winthrop.edu or call 803-323-3082. We look forward to your participation in this learning experience.

      Guidance Corner - March - Integrity


      Be your best self. Keep your word, promises, and commitments. Be honest by telling the truth and not stealing, cheating, or being insincere. Be truthful in word and action. Carry out commitments, obligations and duties.

      Future Events

      • by March 14 Annual Review of GBE performance; completed form due
      • by May 1 complete GBE survey