STOP THE BLEED TRAINING
Mandatory Teacher Staff Meeting December 5th in Library & Training December 19th during Conference
Please cancel any tutoring or clubs you have on this day.
Personal Leave on days before or after a holiday
2. Discretionary use of leave is at the individual employee’s discretion, subject to limitations set out below.
Discretionary use of personal leave shall be granted on a first-come, first-served basis. A minimum of three days’ notice shall be required. Discretionary use of leave shall not be granted on days that may jeopardize the operation of a campus, department, or the District, as determined by the Superintendent. Dates of concern, such as days for safety concerns or other major District priorities, shall be communicated by the Superintendent or designee. Campus employees may not schedule discretionary leave on professional or staff development days, campus testing days, or days before or after a holiday
Duration of Leave
Discretionary use of leave shall not exceed two consecutive workdays, except in extenuating circumstances as determined by the Superintendent or designee.
HEB SHARE YOUR CHRISTMAS PRIZES FOR WINNING CLASSES & STUDENTS
- All students that donate 10 items or more get free dress code the week before Christmas Break.
- Winning 3rd Grade Class and Winning 4th grade class with the most items get Pizza Party!
TEACHERS that donate 10+ Items ALSO GET FREE DRESS!!!!
- ANY CANNED ITEMS
These are also items that are considered non-perishable and needed.
- Whole grains, such as quinoa and spelt
- Rice (brown, wild)
- Steel-cut or rolled oats
- Whole grain dry cereals with at least 5 grams fiber/serving
- Whole grain pastas, such as whole wheat, brown rice flour or quinoa
- Fruits in natural juice with no sugar added
- Dried or canned legumes, such as peas, lentils, peanuts and beans
- Pureed foods, such as sweet potato, pumpkin and applesauce
- Low-fat dry or shelf-stable milk
- Nut butters, including peanut, almond, walnut
- Dried herbs and spices and no-salt spice blends
- Popcorn kernels
- Dried fruits (preferably no added sugar), such as prunes, mangoes, apricots and raisins
- Granola, muesli
- Shelf-stable milk alternatives such as soy, almond, rice
- Seeds, such as sesame, sunflower or pumpkin
- Healthy oils, such as olive and grape seed
- Green, white and herbal tea
- Plain, unsalted nuts such as almonds, walnuts, pistachios and pecans
- Natural sweeteners, such as honey
- 100 percent fruit juice
Thursday, Dec. 12th, 3-5pm
RSVPs are enabled for this event.
Movers for Military-UNTIL NOVEMBER 22ND-Tomorrow is the last day!
- Beef Jerky, Tuna in pouch
- Breakfast bars, Energy bars
- Nuts, Sunflower seeds, corn nuts
- Peanut Butter crackers, cheese crackers
- Drink mixes that can go into 16oz. bottles of water
- Travel size toiletries
LAST CALL FOR NOVEMBER PICTURES!!! PLEASE UPLOAD AT THE LINK BELOW FOR DEC. NEWS
From Mrs. Cristan
- You are a smart Cookie perfect attendance celebration at the end of the day tomorrow.
- Provide students that have had perfect attendance with yellow wrist bands.
- Refer to roster that was placed in your box with highlighted names
- Office will call for your POD – students are to report to the cafeteria for their cookies and punch.
- Relax, unwind, and enjoy your family and friends this Thanksgiving break. I am thankful to be working on a great campus!
From Mrs. Hoover-VERY IMPORTANT!!! MARK YOUR CALENDARS NOW.
SUBJECT: National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP)
We have been selected to represent thousands of students across our country by participating in the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) assessment. This assessment monitors what U.S. students know in math and reading areas at the elementary, middle, and high school levels. Since 1969, NAEP has provided U.S. educators and the public with reliable profiles of student achievement. Fifty students that are 9 years old from our campus have been chosen. Each NAEP assessment session will take 90 minutes, including transition time and directions. The sessions are scheduled for Wednesday, 01/29/2020. Please contact Hoover for additional information about the assessment. For additional information, sample questions, NAEP publications, and classroom data tools, visit the NAEP website http://nces.ed.gov/nationsreportcard/.
From Mrs. Villarreal
Teachers, Thank you for your patience and understanding regarding the recent cancellations in Guidance Lessons. Dyslexia testing and data interpretation has proven to be more time consuming than I thought. I will try to reschedule if possible.
Anger management and Mentoring forms are still located outside my classroom door. It is not too late to refer a student for these interventions.
Just a reminder, an RtI meeting must have an administrator present, especially if testing is being considered. Please email us and let us know the date and time of your meeting. Make sure all data is entered into DMAC. Parent phone calls or attempts to contact parents should be recorded in the notes section, and don’t forget to add testing accommodations (if needed). The accommodations page should be turned into Mrs. Hoover.
As always, thank you for all you do!!
Positivity Project Week 13: KINDNESS
Lots of fun things on these weeks. If you have time I encourage you to check out and do some kindness activities with your class.
++++WE WILL ALSO HAVE A BE THE “I” IN K__ND POSTER FOR KIDS TO TAKE THEIR PICTURES IN!!! Thank you to Ms. Montoya for creating this!!!!
STAFF CHRISTMAS PARTY!!!
Friday, Dec. 6th, 6:30pm
1102 Cornerstone Drive
Corpus Christi, TX
RSVPs are enabled for this event.
ThursdayNovember23Brittany Hurst Birthday
TuesdayDecember3Family Literacy Night 6pm-7pm
ThursdayDecember5Science Project Due
FridayDecember6Science Fair Judging
FridayDecember6HEB Share Your Christmas9:00 AM
FridayDecember6Staff Christmas Party at Ainsworth Residence 6:30 PM