Weekly Update January 27th-31st

Happy Super Bowl Week!!!

Fingers crossed we will actually get to be with our students all 5 days this week .  As we are getting ready to begin February, we would love to know what you are planning for your classes for Black History Month.  One of the things that was brought up during our strategic planning meeting on Saturday is that there are lots of great things going on in individual classrooms around the building but that is not being communicated schoolwide.  So please let us know what you have planned and any other great things you have going on in your classrooms so we can bridge that gap and work together to have great things going on schoolwide!!!  We really do appreciate all of the hard work each of you do to meet children where they are at and move them to where they need to be in order to be successful.  

We are starting to get in Child Study forms.  If you are needing any help in filling them out, please just email us or stop by the C & I room, and we will be more than happy to help you.  We review them on Thursdays, and we will send a follow up email letting you know what the next steps are for your student.  Please let us know if you need anything.

April and Caylie

Artlices and Support Sites for Reading Strategies

https://www.readandspell.com/us/fluency-strategies-for-struggling-readers

http://www.adlit.org/article/19844/

Assessments

January 6th-February 28th: WIDA Testing

April’s Schedule

January 31st: TK Lunch Duty (11:00-11:25)

Caylie’s Schedule

January 31st: TK Lunch Duty (11:00-11:25)

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