Washington ELC and NJSD 4K Program

Weekly Staff Newsletter

May 16th - May 20th, 2016

This week's meetings/activities

Please review the meetings/activities for this week. If you feel I missed something, please let me know a.s.a.p.


Monday, May 16:

7:45--Check the GOOGLE DOC for bus changes! (NO changes for this week!!).

4K PALS testing continues this week

8:30--Eval/IEP (Wyatt H.)

3:00--Eval/IEP (Isaiah B.)


Tuesday, May 17:

6:00--School Board Meeting (discussion/vote for Wellness Center)


Wednesday, May 18:

3:30--4K Advisory Committee Meeting


Thursday, May 19:

Last day of Head Start

9:00--Reading Buddies (4K classrooms)

11:00--IEP (Lilly L.)

2:50--Eval/IEP (Nataly C.)


Friday, May 20:

Wear GREEN today for Mental Health Awareness

Library books DUE today (@ Washington)

7:30--Eval/IEP (E.D.)

12:30--Stacie @ administration building (evaluation reviews)


A look ahead:

May 16-20--4K PALS

May 25--9:00-Observed Fire Drill

May 27--PLD

May 30--Memorial Day

May 31--4K Program Concert

June 1--Last day of school for EC & 4K students

June 1--Progress Reports go home today

June 2--Last day of school for NJSD

June 3--Teacher last day

LST

In lieu of LST this week (as I have another meeting scheduled), please send me your final thoughts on the students you have recommended for retention.


In your summary, please include:

*PALS Spring Scores

*Math Screener scores for Spring

*Overall thoughts on retention for the student


There are a few parents that I still need to call to confirm the retention. I would like the spring scores (if a 4K student) to use as a final determination.


Please see me this week if you have any specific questions!

Mental Health Awareness

Please wear GREEN (staff & students) on Friday to acknowledge Mental Health Awareness.


Please review these possible activities (put together by Mike):

https://docs.google.com/a/neenah.k12.wi.us/document/d/1llFgmfwQbMMNiEUo6LQ6QynaKV593bS7sXNATr54C9I/edit?usp=sharing. In particular, he thinks the Try Anything video is pretty fun and the words are all about picking yourself up after falling down.


Most students in the district are getting bracelets to wear for this event, however they ran out of small sizes for our students. Please discuss this topic, as appropriate, with your students.