MEDRANO WEEKLY

October 12, 2015

Weekly Happenings - 2nd Six Weeks: Week 2

Monday, Oct, 12

  • Lesson Plans Due - 8:30 a.m.
  • Minimum of 2 Grades in Gradebook
  • Compliance Videos Due Oct. 31
  • Wallace - Meeting p.m.
  • Attendance Committee Meeting @ 3:45 p.m.

Tuesday, Oct. 13

  • Compliance Videos Due Oct. 31
  • Parent Conferences - 4:00 - 7:30 p.m.
  • Principal for a Day
  • Pep Rally @ 10:00 a.m.
  • TJ Counselors for 8th Grade @ 1:30 in Auditorium

Wednesday, Oct. 14

  • Compliance Videos Due Oct. 31
  • Town Hall Bond Meeting @ 6:00 p.m.

Thursday, Oct. 15

  • Think College Thursdays - wear jeans with college t-shirt
  • Compliance Videos Due Oct. 31
  • Admin meeting - 9:30 a.m.
  • Student of the Week Due - Math Dept.
  • Volleyball vs. Cary @ TJ - 6:00/7:00 (Gutierrez)

Friday, Oct. 16

  • FAIR DAY

Saturday, Oct. 17

  • Boys and Girls CC - Norbuck

STUDENT ENGAGEMENT

Indicator 2.5 of the TEI rubric focuses on student engagement. In order to be exemplary in this area, you must : Purposefully and effectively use multiple response strategies and instructional strategies that: engages all or nearly all students in the content to support the lesson objective, promotes student mastery of the objective, and promotes positive and active involvement in the work.


Check out the link below that gives an outlook on student engagement from a student's perspective.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Oct. 19 - Staff Development

Oct. 21 - Faculty Meeting

Oct. 23 - Progress Report Grades Due

Oct. 27 - Issue Progress Reports

Oct. 31 - Compliance Videos Due

Nov. 3 - ELAR and Science Common Assessment

Nov. 4 - Math and Social Studies Common Assessment

Francisco Medrano Middle School - Key Actions 2015-16

1.) Sustain a positive culture and climate, through increase parental involvement and positive behavior interventions.

2.) Improve the quality of instruction for students in reading and writing through effective and differentiated professional development.

3.) Improve student achievement for students all in all core content areas through continuous progress monitoring.

4.) Develop a common culture of high achievement expectations that promote college readiness.