February 1, 2016
Get the 411...Information at a Glance
Week at a Glimpse
It's National School Counseling Week!
8:00-10:00 Building Inclusive Practices Meeting (Christy and Shannon out of the building)
2:00 IT Counselors Return
Wednesday: Pink & Jeans
SIT Day (Please check your Outlook Calendar)
10:00-11:30 District Crisis Meeting (Christy out of the building)
11:30 SPED PLC
4:00 Staff Meeting
Professional Development Day
8:00-10:00 Ridgeview Elementary will join us for MAP training
National School Counseling Week
This year’s theme for NSCW is, "School Counseling: The Recipe for Success," and will be celebrated from Feb. 1-5, 2016, to focus public attention on the unique contribution of professional school counselors within U.S. school systems. National School Counseling Week, sponsored by American School Counselors Association or ASCA, highlights the tremendous impact school counselors can have in helping students achieve school success and plan for a career. ASCA is changing the title from “Guidance Counselor” to “School Counselor.”
Please make sure to let Wendy know how we appreciate her!!!
If you are support staff and have an after school duty please be at your assigned location prior to the 3:35 bell ringing; classroom teachers who are assigned to assist in that area will join you once they have dropped students off at their assigned locations. If your grade is assigned to the gym, please remember one teacher should help with bus riders and it has also been requested that when helping in the gym teachers bring the grade level radio and a whistle.
If you have any questions please don't hesitate to ask me or your BLT Representative.
QRI~Grades 3, 4,5
February Boundary Meetings
Let it G.L.O.W. ~ Generate Loads of Wonder
Monday: Why do some people need glasses?
Tuesday: What is a dog sled?
Wednesday: How do CDs work?
Thursday: Why are dimes smaller than pennies?
Directions for Numbered Heads can be found in the link above. Please incorporate this structure in your lesson plans for January.
The GLOW Report
Courtney~Thank you for answering all my questions and for brainstorming with me about our students.~Cindy
Jenny~Thank you for always willing to help me come up with new ways to help our students and to translate those ideas into words for the IEP. I also appreciate your positive attitude and calm demeanor. ~Cindy
Kim~Thank you for being here at Tomahawk to tackle each day. It is awesome to have a co-worker to share the ups and downs. ~Cindy
Kelli~Thanks so much for getting all the documents for the website to me before I left and for being so easy and fun to work with!! Debbie K.
Connie~Thanks for taking one for the team and sitting in the back of the bus on our field trip! :) ~Gayla & Shannon
Beth~Thanks for dropping off and picking up my student's wheelchair for our field trip!~ Gayla