Presentation on theme: "LEEP 2014 Temperature Check Swazy Wavy Wicked Watermelons Monstrous Mango Marvels Stop, Drop and Pop Papayas Super Spectacular Sensational Star Fruits."— Presentation transcript:
LEEP 2014 Temperature Check Swazy Wavy Wicked Watermelons Monstrous Mango Marvels Stop, Drop and Pop Papayas Super Spectacular Sensational Star Fruits
Agenda : Saturday, October 4, 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Welcome Summer highlights Q & A Calendar and Expectations Homecoming Lunch Depart
Do you have a system for keeping yourself and materials organized?
Does your schedule allow for time to study at school?
Do you have a designated space for studying at home?
Do you spend more or less than an hour per night on your homework?
Do you spend more or less than an hour per night staying “connected”? (texting, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, FaceTime…)
Are you participating in extra-curricular activities?
Do you feel your teachers are good teachers and care about you?
Would you characterize your transition as “smooth”?
Have you applied a LEEP Value to a high school experience? RESPECT yourself and others ACTIVE PARTICIPATION TAKE RISKS
Scenario You and 2 other students have been close friends since elementary school. Recently you noticed their behavior has changed and they’ve become the bullies of your grade. You want to confront them, but understand this action may affect your friendship. What do you do?
Calendar and Expectations Class Days: Oct. 18, Nov. 1, Dec. 6, Jan. 10, Mar. 7 and May 2 8:45 ambusses arrive 9:00 amtop of the day 9:15 ammath/English 10:00 amstudy hall & brunch 11:15 amEnglish/math 12:00pmdismissal 12:15 PM busses depart Attendance – 1 day rule still applies Homework – no homework from LEEP unless warranted, students must bring current work every class day Transportation – communicate changes immediately
Upcoming Events-LEEP LUNCH Confirmed: Ballard – Monday, October 13 Roosevelt – Wednesday, October 15 Nova – Friday, October 17 Franklin – Wednesday, October 22 Rainier Beach – Monday, October 27 Ingraham –Friday, October 31 Tentative: Cleveland – Thursday, October 23 or Thursday, October 30 Garfield – Thursday, October 9 or Wednesday, October 29 Nathan Hale – Thursday, October 9 or Wednesday, October 29 West Seattle – Thursday, October 23 or Thursday, October 30
Upcoming Events-ACTIVITY DAYS November 15 – Bowling @ Imperial Lanes 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. February 7 – Activity/Assessment @ various locations 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. April 4 – Service Learning @ 3 locations 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Keep us updated and stay connected! Share your new information with us Share highlights and achievements with us Ask us for help RSVP for events Facebook – www.facebook.com/lakesideLEEPwww.facebook.com/lakesideLEEP firstname.lastname@example.org or 206-440-2762 email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org or 206-440-2887 email@example.com
Homecoming-MEET & GREET Introduce yourself What are the “must do’s”? What are the “shouldn’t do’s”? What are the rumors you can dispel? Who are the adults at your school that you look to for guidance or consider a strong resource? Share a tradition and practice one cheer every student should know Set a time to connect again outside of a LEEP sponsored event
Meeting Spaces Kent-Evans – Nathan Hale 105 – Rainier Beach 201 – Roosevelt 202 – Garfield 203 – Ingraham 205 – Chief Sealth 206 – Cleveland 207 – Franklin 209 – Ballard 211 – Independent and non SPS Meet in Red Square at 11:30 a.m.