SMOKEY ROAD MIDDLE SCHOOL

WILDCAT WEEKLY

THIS WEEK...

This Week is Adult Education and Family Literacy Week

September 21

Walkthrough Observations, All Day

Tentative Grade Department Meetings, During Planning

Administrative and Leadership Meeting, 2:15 pm

Science Olympiad, 4:00 pm

Volleyball: SRMS vs. Arnall Middle, 4:45 pm

September 22

Walkthrough Observations, All Day

Tentative Grade Department Meetings, During Planning

SST/Team Meetings, During Planning

Clark-Atlanta University Visit to 7th Grade, 8:30 am

Clark-Atlanta University Visit to 8th Grade, 2:00 pm

Yearbook Meeting, 3:45 pm

AdvancED Team Conducts Parent Interviews, 4:00 pm

Football: SRMS @ Lee Middle, 5:00 pm

September 23

Walkthrough Observations, All Day

Tentative Grade Department Meetings, During Planning

Paraprofessional Meeting, 9:00 am

Principal Leadership Council, 9:30 am

Volleyball: CCMSAL First Round Matches (4 vs. 5 & 3 vs. 6) @ Lee Middle, 4:30 pm

September 24

Walkthrough Observations, All Day

Tentative Grade Level Meetings, During Planning

SGA Officers Meeting, 7:40 am

AdvancED Team Meeting with Dr. Paula Baker, 8:00 am - 4:00 pm

SGA Meeting, 3:30 pm

Yearbook Meeting, 3:45 pm

Volleyball: CCMSAL Semifinals (2 vs. 3/6 Winner & 1 vs. 4/5 Winner) @ Lee Middle, 4:30 pm

September 25

Pink Hat Day

Walkthrough Observations, All Day

Tentative Grade Level Meetings, During Planning

Auburn Mathematical Puzzle Challenge Participants

(AMP'd)

Our Wildcats Bring Home the Five Star Award for Team Spirit

student advisiory council meets with superintendent Dr. Steve Barker

As part of friends of Chattahoochee bend state park... our very own Ms. Pierce helped clean over 750 pounds of trash from the chatahoochee river earlier this month

another example of wildcats committed to serving others

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!

Deborah Sims (September 25)

Continuous Improvement and Upcoming AdvancED Visit

Each Week We Will Review and Discuss One of the Standards for School Improvement

I. Purpose and Direction

A. What is the District's Mission?

  • Coweta County is committed to student success


B. What is the District's Vision?

  • To ensure the success of each student


C. What are the District's Beliefs?

  • Coweta must continuously improve
  • Coweta must see students as volunteers in their learning
  • Coweta must partner with the family and community
  • Coweta must provide challenging, interesting, and satisfying work for students
  • Coweta will be responsible for the success of each student


D. What Methods, Processes, or Opportunities are Employed to Ensure the Success of All Students?

  • Response to Intervention (Tier II, Student Support Team, 504 Plan)
  • Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS)
  • College and Career Ready Performance Index report for all GA Public Schools (CCRPI)
  • Advanced Opportunities for All Students (REACH, Gifted, STEM, Advanced Placement, Dual Enrollment)
  • High School Credit at the Middle School Level
  • Central Educational Center (CEC)
  • Internships for Students
  • Differentiation in Classrooms and Among Grade Levels
  • Teaching for Relevance
  • Sports and Extra-Curricular Activities (Clubs and Organizations)
  • Fine Arts
  • Assigning All Students and Advocate
  • Results from ACT and SAT Scores Reflect the Entirety of the System (K-12)

TEACHERS...

  • Use SLDS to Identify Students That Will Need Additional Interventions
  • Be Prepared for Walkthrough Observations (September 21 - September 25)
  • Utilize a Variety of Instructional Approaches
  • Utilize Online Resources Such As USA Test Prep, Brain Pop, and Study Island
  • Begin to Prepare for Upcoming Open Enrollment (October 19 - November 6)

PARENTS...

  • Be Sure to Join and Volunteer with PTO
  • Sign Up for Parent Portal
  • Follow Us on Twitter @DrTsWildcats
  • Sign Up for REMIND Text Messages (Text 81010 and Enter Message @srmspar)
  • Please Attend the AdvancED Team's Parent Interviews on September 22, 2015 @ 4:00 pm
  • Visit Our Website Often For Information Regarding Upcoming Annual Title I Meeting

STUDENTS...

  • Continue to Strive for Excellence
  • Find an Adult When You Have a Problem or Concern You Can't Handle Alone
  • Celebrate Other Peers' Successes
  • Listen Up for Opportunities to Participate in Clubs, Sports and Fun Activities
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