CLP Friday Focus
Week of March 16th-20th
At CLP We Are Growing Leaders Every Day In Every Way!
March 17th- STAAR Training- ALL Staff
March 19th- District Art Show
March 19th- Team Leader Meeting
March 16th-20th- TELPAS Reading in Computer Lab (Cynthia has sent out the specifics)
March 24th- T3 Report Card Posting Cut-Off
March 25th- 1st Grade Field Trip
March 25th- Lightouse Team Meeting
March 26th- T3 Report Card Distribution
March 25th - Lighthouse Team Meeting
March 25th - First Grade Field Trip to Dallas Arboretum
March 27th - Third Grade to Rockwall County Ag Day
March 30-31 - 4th Grade STAAR Writing
*Peruse your STAAR Teacher Administration Manual.
*If you're interested in working in the summer you have two options:
-Summer School (Information coming soon!)
-ROCK (An e-mail went out earlier. You will be able to design what you would like to teach!)
*It's Launch PBL Application Time! (The Window is March 6th-25th.)
*Please take a minute to complete the Tutoring Survey by the end of the day today.
*Jennifer Taylor will be our counselor on Monday, Tuesday, and Friday. Please welcome her when you see her! We will have counselors available on Wednesdays and Thursdays as well.
*When trying to contact a counselor, please use extension 2722.
Greetings From Mrs. Baird!
Happy Day My Cullins Friends!!!
I missed you guys over Spring Break as I was off "Sharpening the Saw" in New York City!!!! I hope you all had a wonderful spring break. Jack and I tagged along with Makenzie and the RHS Choir for their school trip. I don't know how those chaperones keep up with the tight schedule those kids are on for trips!! We were just extras, did our own thing and served as a cash machine for Makenzie! We did lots of shopping, lots of eating, saw an Opera, and enjoyed the unique neighborhoods of the city. The best was the 9-11 Memorial Museum. Jack and I went to NYC for the first time in December after 9-11. It was very powerful, moving, and quite emotional to see all of what we lived through memorialized. All of the feelings of desperation came to life again as we saw videos, heard audio, it was an awesome experience.
Friends....... We have about 11 weeks of school left!!!! OMG!!! I cannot believe this time has gone by so fast. Keep doing the GREAT things that you do each and every day for your students!!
The Lighthouse Team will begin planning our Spring Leadership Night coming soon. This event will take place on May 14th. Share your ideas with a member of the Lighthouse Team. We will be asking for input and more assistance from you!!!
Make it a great week my friends!!! I am so happy to see the SUNSHINE and warmer weather coming our way!!
Habit 7: Sharpen the Saw
The Snowy Day*
Don’t Let the Pigeon Stay up Late*
Henry Hikes to Fitchburg*
The Mysteries of Harris Burdick*
Uncle Willie and the Soup Kitchen
The New Kid on the Block*
A Light in the Attic*
*Model Sharpening the Saw at school by doing random acts of kindness.
*Using literature such as Too Many Toys, discuss the importance of balancing one’s mind, body and heart.
*Provide students with scenario cards and have them discuss if the choices made were good or not, and how scenario could be changed to Sharpen the Saw in one or more area.
For additional lesson ideas that are grade level specific visit:
Tuesday, March 17th, 3:15pm
5701 Scenic Drive
All staff members must be present. Please do not make any appointments on this date. If you received a Test Administrator Manual please read it before the training.
You will need 3 things for the training:
1. Something to write with
3. STAAR Manual (if you received one)
*Congrats to Christina Hoover for being the Teacher of the Week!
*Thank you Mrs. Kidd for having students participate in the Sons of the American Revolution Poster Contest. We had 3 students earn prizes!
Allyson Verrett- best research $100
Logan Kropp- second research $50
Taiden Conor- second art work $50
*We are excited to announce that CLP students raised $11,188.11 for Jump Rope for Heart this year!