Weekly Update February 24th-28th

Happy Monday!!!

February has seemed to fly by compared to the long stretch of January.  We have 38 days until the MAP testing window opens (that includes ERD) and 58 days until the last day of school.  This year is going by quickly, but we still have plenty of time to get our kids where they need to be, as long as we are maximizing each day :).  

As we are looking ahead, take a moment to reflect on what is working well for your classroom, and what could you share with your teammates that would be beneficial to their classroom too?  We have amazing teachers at Gordon Parks doing amazing things, but we don’t always have the chance to see it in action.  If there is a strategy or procedure that one of your teammates is using and you would like to see it action let us know so we can help coordinate that.

We are excited to see the growth your students are making on their F&P reading levels and their CFAs.  If you have a kid who isn’t making progress let us know and we are happy to help you find strategies or materials. We hope everyone has a great week!

April and Caylie

“The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires.”
–William Arthur Ward

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Upcoming Assessments

February 18th-March 2nd: F&P Quarterly Benchmark

March 2nd-4th: Quarterly CFAs

March 2nd-6th: Evaluate (K-4th)

April’s Schedule

February 28th: TK Lunch (11:00-11:25)

Caylie’s Schedule

February 28th: TK Lunch (11:00-11:25)

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