A message from the principal…
Between now and spring break, we have several planned opportunities with our staff to discuss and reflect upon this year’s schedule, professional development activities, student procedures/handbook revisions, and professional growth/evaluation. During these opportunities, as we reflect upon our current practices, we will also set targets, goals, and guidelines for implementation for the 2014-2015 school year.
On Wednesday, April 2, our building crisis team met to discuss current crisis management techniques that were revisited at our last faculty meeting related to building security and intruder/lockdown procedures. We also conducted our tabletop scenario related to large scale evacuation procedures and began planning our full scale practice evacuation which will be held on-site early next fall.
On Wednesday, April 9, our building improvement team will meet to discuss revision recommendations of our student handbook. This teacher and student input helps drive changes for any suggested updates for next year’s student handbook.
On Thursday, April 17, our entire staff will meet together during the early release/professional development time. We have planned MAP training to cover, as well as further work with 6 trait writing/scoring. Our social studies teachers are bringing student writing samples related to their content area. We will collaboratively work on scoring the papers together as a staff, using the 6 trait scoring guide that we have adopted district-wide.
April 15: Midterm
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