Winfield Primary Flash

Together we grow. Forever we learn.

School Picnic: thank you Miss Jill! It was a blast!

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Reading Program Celebration: End of the Year Field Trip to Brunswick Zone

Check In /Check Out Ice Cream Party: Go PBS!

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Winfield High School Senior Clap Out. Congratulation Class of 2016!

Important Dates of the Week

May 16: Field Day for the Primary @ 12:00-2:30 p.m.

May 17: Field Day Make-Up (If needed)

May 17: PLC Meeting @ 3:15 p.m.

May 18: Kindergarten Recognition @ 7:00 p.m. (High School)

May 19: Awards Assembly and Ice Cream Social for 2 Grade @ 8:30 a.m.***This is a CHANGE**

May 19: Celebration Party for Perfect Attendance @ 10:15-12:00

May 19: Last Day of School Early Dismissal @ 12:25 p.m.

May 19: Report Cards Go Home

May 20: Teacher Work Day @ 7:15-3:15 p.m.


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Bright Future's Drop-Off

Girlscouts of Lincoln County Donated Hundreds of Items to Bright Futures Through Their April Event: Thank You So Much!

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We have had some bus safety concerns lately. Several of these concerns events occurring at bus stops. Please ensure that your students are standing 10 gigantic steps back from the bus stop. We have had reports of our students standing on the road in very dangerous intersections.

Also, if the bus stop sign is out in our loading and unloading zone, please do not pass through it. The Winfield Police Department have been issuing citations for these infractions. The goal is to keep our students safe as they are unloading the bus. Let us know if you have any questions.

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Building Attendance

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Big Five Data Report for this Week

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Building Discipline Break Down

This week we had 17 discipline referrals. The highest area for referrals was the classroom. The highest days of the week were Monday and Friday. These referrals occurred with males only. Here's the breakdown by grade level: Kindergarten-2, 1st Grade-10, and 2nd Grade -5. The motivation was to avoid adults. The highest behavior was physical aggression and the peak times were 7:00, 11:30, 1:00 and 2:00. Please remember to continue pushing the positive. Try to keep a steady schedule and if you are mixing things up, give numerous pre-correct. Your consistency will aide in the students consistency. Finish the school year up, enjoying your students, create memories, let them know how much you care about them. Do not let them see you frustrated: save face in front of them. Contact parents often. Please stay positive.

Evaluate Data for 2nd Grade

This year we have added a district test that aligns with the Missouri State Performance Test. This assessment is given monthly and evaluates our student success over all the standards taught through the end of 2nd Grade. Below you will find our current evaluate data.

When the red bar is gone, our 2nd graders are projected to score proficient and or advanced on the state test. Proficient and advanced mean that our students are at or above grade level.

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Reading Lists for Summer: If you know of a great educational book you will be reading this summer, share it with me, so I can share it with our staff!

Here's What Your Principal will Be Reading:

Teach Like a Pirate

The Energy Bus

Energy Bus for Kids

Building School 2.0

Boys and Girls Learn Differently

Engaging Students With Poverty