Bulldog Bulletin

"We are data informed but vision driven!" 3/5/2018

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Please remember that for 15 minutes during breakfast ALL students in ALL contents should be writing. We are providing you with prompts, but you are free to use your own. The purpose is to get students comfortable getting their ideas on paper and in a routine of sharing their written work. Please make time for some share-outs!

We would love feedback on how this is going and how we can make it better!

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Do you want to observe another teacher?


  1. Make eye contact when someone is speaking.

  2. Respect other students’ comments, opinions and ideas.

  3. Keep yourself and the bathrooms clean and germ-free.

  4. Learn from your mistakes and move on.

  5. Always say thank you when given something.

  6. No matter the circumstances, always be honest.

  7. Be the best person you can be.

  8. Follow the specific classroom protocols.

  9. If you win, do not brag; if you lose, do not show anger.

  10. Greet visitors and make them feel welcome.


All students without exception or excuse, will be proficient or advanced in Reading, Writing, Math and Character!


After High School, Comes College!

Brighter Bites

Track your lessons:


Outdoor Classrom Sign Up


There are two pages at the bottom. There is one for the covered and uncovered classroom.

Master Calendar- What is happening this week?

Monday- Literacy Leads

Tuesday- Bulldog Huddle, 1st and 3rd switch Specials times, Literacy Leads

Wednesday- 1st and 3rd switch Specials times; Recruitment Committee Meets 3:15 Library

Thursday- Kinder / Prek Round up Committee meeting 3:15 library

Friday- Brighter Bites, Bow Wow Pow Wow

Saturday School

Bulldog Huddle This Week

1. Look at the presentation

2. Bring your high leverage TEKS

3. Bring your designated supports

4. Bring technology

5. Get ready to collaborate!


Black History Month Door Winners

The winners will enjoy tacos and coverage for breakfast Monday morning!
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S/O to DeLeon and Maya for an awesome BHM Assembly and all the hard work that was put in for it!

S/O to Christina for doing what needs to be done and working hard for her team and her kids.

S/O to Cindy who is killing it in her classroom.

S/O to Kelsey for helping her kids read and write in Kindergarten, they adore her!

S/O to Jonson for changing things even when it isn’t easy, to help his kids understand.

S/O to Cruz for awesome small groups.

S/O to Bryan for being willing to help and support at any time!

S/O to Javi for teaching his kids a deeper understanding of math, but having fun at the same time!

S/O to DeLeon for having my back and taking on so much (AKA being awesome)

S/O to Jessica and Christina for working with the cheerleaders to create a great performance at BHM Assembly!

S/O to Manzanera for working with the choir students and providing so many after school programs for our kids.

- Kori Holt

Thank you to Mr. Bailey for helping to get the floor in my classroom repaired. My kids and I are so proud of the beautiful, new floor!

Thank you to Josh and Dawanda! Not only do you help make my classroom clean- you make me smile everyday!

Welcome back, Mr. Martinez! Your team ( and all of your friends and colleagues) have missed you.

Thank you to all of our cafeteria staff. You are all always smiling - I appreciate everything that is done daily to make sure our children receive nutritious meals and snacks!

-Mrs. Rath

- Shout to Cindy for getting the team together to decorate Dr. Seuss t-shirts.

-Shout to the Black History Committee for organizing activities during Black History Month. The program was great.

-Shout out to Mr. Gutierrez for overseeing LPAC. We couldn’t do it without you.

-Shout out to Ms.Barrera and Ms.Garcia for working really hard to prepare our cheerleaders for the program. The girls looked good!


Shout-out to Bell for all her hard work and dedication to our students. I have heard her advise parents and older siblings about their kids here at Setevs Park and she is inspiring!

Shout out to the #1 librarian, Ms. House, thank you for saving my life with books anytime I need specific books.

Shout out to everyone participating in Dr. Seuss week and to the 34 who will be rocking their shirts!

Shout out and thank you to Debbie and Elizabeth for helping me trace the Dr. Seuss designs!

Shout out to Rangel for her amazing classroom environment, to Aransa for her advise with student behavior, to Laura for being so open to share knowledge and resources.

- Cervantes

-Shout out to everyone who contributed to the Black History Month assembly. It was amazing!

-Shout out to Bryan for running Saturday School!

-Shout out to Jessica Garcia and her commitment outside of the school day to make sure her students have all that they need!

-Shout out to Bryan and Beatrice for collecting data and always being on time with the work!

-Shout out to Diane and Ruth and their preparation for the walk Monday!

-Shout out to Gomez and DelRio for holding down TELPAS!

-Shout out to Micah for working long nights to make sure we have plans in place!

-Shout out to Gerri for juggling a million things and always being positive!


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Bryan Gelbke 5-Mar

Melody Johnson 9-Mar

Laureano Martinez 13-Mar

Susan Quevedo 17-Mar

Charlie Jonson 29-Mar

Columbus Willis 5-Apr

Julisa Martinez 15-Apr

Kedrion Bailey 23-Apr

Action Plan

Goal 1: All team members will contribute to a safe and secure campus climate that celebrates and involves all Stakeholders.

On the climate survey, “I am satisfied with the recognition I receive for doing a good job,” will increase from 68% to 75% .

On the climate survey, “Morale has improved at my school this year,” will increase from 70% to75%.

Stevens Park will retain 75% of new hires

Goal 2: Dynamic Instructional Leadership & Student Achievement

1. Reading Scores will Increase (this will be cohort data; Spanish/ English)

a. 3rd Grade- 70/60

b. 4th Grade- 70/60

c. 5th Grade- 60/65

2. Math Scores will Increase (this will be cohort data)

a. 3rd Grade- 65

b.4th Grade- 65.7/70

c. 5th Grade- 40/60

4. 5th Grade Science- 60/60

5. 75% of students will meet their MOY and EOY DRA goals

Dallas ISD Goals

Dallas ISD Goals

☐ Goal 1: All students will exhibit Satisfactory or above on performance on State assessments. Students below Satisfactory performance will demonstrate more than one year of academic growth.

☐ Goal 2: Dallas ISD schools will be the primary choice for families in the district.

☐ Goal 3: The achievement gap by race, ethnicity, and social economic status will be no greater than 10% on all academic measures.

☐ Goal 4: 95% of students will graduate. Of the graduates, 90% have the qualifying scores for community college, college, military, or industry certification.

☐ Goal 5: 95% of entering kindergarten students are school-ready on a multidimensional assessment.

☐ Goal 6: All students will participate in at least one extracurricular or co-curricular activity each year.

Professional Development Request Form

Do you know your team? Are the students able to call people by name?

This is the link to the staff pictures for this year. Please help your students learn to call all staff by their name. Thank you!


Seen around Stevens Park!

Teachers caught doing AMAZING things!
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