Panther Press

for the week of October 19

Important Reminders and Events for the week of October 19


19 Oct 15--Basketball practice for all Boys basketball players begin

19 Oct 15--JCIB visit with 8th Graders

20 Oct 15--Faculty meetings in room 106

20 Oct 15--Timecards must be approved by 3 PM

21 Oct 15--1st Nine Weeks Awards Day

**8:30 AM 6th Grade

**9:00 AM 7th Grade

**9:30 AM 8th Grade

22 Oct 15--6th Grade Bullying Presentations in Social Studies Classes w Poindexter

22 Oct 15--Football/Cheerleading Banquet at North Highland Baptist (6 PM)

23 Oct 15--Custom Solutions will be here for car washes (sign up sheet is in the office)

23 Oct 15--Girls, Inc to meet with 7th Grade 1st & 2nd Period

23 Oct 15--6th Grade Bullying Presentations in Social Studies Classes w Poindexter

23 Oct 15--Grades must be updated by 3 PM

Messages from the Principal

*All teachers are responsible for the information that we send out to you each week via email. "I forgot" or "I did not check my email" are not acceptable excuses.

*Make sure you are reviewing the duty roster each week. Morning duty begins at 7:20 not 7:30.

*We WILL have faculty meetings this week to review ELL information.

*All teachers should make sure they are detailing someone to wipe and sweep around their tables after their lunch time. Several tables have been singled out as having been exceptionally neglected.

* Teachers should not contact the help desk directly. If you have an issue with your computer or email, submit it to Ms. Wilson using the following link:

www.tinyurl.com/hueytownmstechsupport

* If you have any students who are still having issues logging into school computers, there is a pink clipboard in the library for teachers to list the student’s information.

* Please refer to the emails from Harold Jackson regarding EducateAlabama and the new log-in procedures. All PLPs need to be signed and completed by the end of the month.

*As part of the district's energy conservation initiative, teachers are reminded of the following:

***Turn off all electronics (including computers, monitors, projectors, elmos and printers) before leaving each afternoon.

***AC should not be set below 70 when the room is occupied and re-set to 75 when leaving in the afternoon. The suggested 85 is not realistic and we will continue to work with 75 suggested previously.

***The fan on the AC should be set to "auto." Do not set it to "on" as this leaves it blowing all of the time.

***Turn off lights in your room when you are not in the classroom.

Christopher Anders

"All wish to possess knowledge, but few, comparatively speaking, are willing to pay the price." -Juvenal