Weekly Warrior Bulletin
April 8, 2016
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Don't miss out on these great PD opportunities:
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How to Request an iPad App
Don't forget to "UPDATE" your classes regularly in Synergy in Gradebook Setup!
Save the Date
Tue, Apr 12: PARCC Proctor Training during CFIP time - bring your laptop or iPad
Thu, Apr 14: Wear BLUE for Child Abuse Awareness Day
Tue, Apr 19: Academy Social 6: 30pm
Fri, Apr 22: Envirothon
Fri, Apr 22 (pd4-WB) & Mon, Apr 25: We the People students at competition
Mon, Apr 25: Blood Drive
Tue, Apr 26: No School (Primary Election Day)
Fri, Apr 29: Food for America (Animal Day)
Kudos to Bethanne and Mrs. Baranowske for being such team players and helping to take a class for a sick colleague!!! You ladies rock!
A big, big thank you to Sue Lowery for helping with the Unified Track Meet. Your preparation, organization and oversight at the meet were invaluable. Thank you!
Thank you, Mr. Wadel, Mrs. Burley, Mr. Spaid, Mrs. Colella, Mr. Young, Ms. Rebok, Mrs. Spence, Ms. Borsig, and Mr. Swisher, for helping me during WB last Friday!
Kudos to Bethanne, Katie, Peter, Justin Bright, Debbie, and Ashley for hosting FCC visitors in their classrooms this week.
Kudos to Michelle for covering my covering of a WB ;)
Kudos to Sarah for the cookies and for waiting so patiently and dressing up so fine!
Kudos to Cindy for being the student nominator extraordinaire!
Thank you, Mr. Bair, for the special delivery.
Kudos to Ashley Wisner for surviving and allowing her students to “grapple” with their education throughout her G.T. certification process.
Kudos to the whole Social Studies department (especially Chris Spaid) for always having the needed resources (i.e. old textbooks).
Congratulations to Sarah Hamilton on her MANY successful observations for TOY this week. You’re amazing!
Thanks to Lauren Clingan for working closely with Writing Center coaches to improve student writing.
Kudos to the counselors for all your hard work on the schedules!
Kudos to Sherry - you are the ultimate Parent Whisperer!