Black Bob Staff Memo
Week of October 12-16 2015
Quote of the Week
Lounge duty: Kindergarten & 1st Grade
Monday October 12 E day
2nd Quarter Begins
12:00-1:00 Trisha out of the building
Tuesday October 13 A Day
8:00-4:00 Trisha out for CPI Training
9:30 Student Council Assembly in Cafeteria (1st Grade -5th Grade only)
3:00 BRAG reward- last one for 1st Quarter
Wednesday October 14 B day
4:30-8:30 Parent Teacher Conferences
Thursday October 15
11:00- 8:00 Parent Teacher Conferences
Friday October 16
Lounge duty 2nd Grade
Monday October 19 C Day
Tuesday October 20 D day
Data Walk Thru by District Team
Wednesday October 21 E Day
4:00-5:00 BLT Meeting
Thursday October 22 A Day
Friday October 23 B Day
9:00 Red Ribbon Assembly/ Balloon Launch/ Pie Eating Contest
1:30 5th Grade EPLC
2:00 1st Grade EPLC
2:30 Kindergarten EPLC
Background Information on communication of Reading Levels.
Sheila: Congratulations for being Black Bob's nominee for Emporia's Master Teacher.
Janee: Congratulations on being Black Bob's nominee for Kansas Teacher of the Year!
Jessica: Thank you for all of your work that you did with each of the classes to promote our Kindness Matters during Bully Awareness week.
Shelley: Thank you for your professional development on Friday! We appreciate all that you do for us!
Amy: Thank you for making changes to our Black Bob website so quickly!
Sheila, Amy F, and Shawn: Thank you for being on Site Council this year!
Beth: Thank you for always being there to help a teacher or student out in the library!
Jennifer D: Thank you for opening up your classroom and allowing us to help some older students show some leadership with those preschoolers!
Kristin: Thank you for all that you do!
Kenn: I know this is a big month with lots of special performances. I really appreciate your leadership and willingness to take on all of this!
Mike: We are so glad you are with us again!!
Digging Deeper with our Standards
I hope you enjoyed our session as much as I did. I did a lot of reflecting on how knowing my curriculum better, could only help me be a better teacher. If you do break a standard down with your class, I would love to hear about it and how it went!
Also, use your PLC time to dig deeper into a standard that your students may continue to struggle with.
Just a reminder, that on your PLC agenda, your conversations should also always be supported by an ELA and Math standard.