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The Middie Mile From Here to There with Pride
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NWEA MAPs Open the NWEA Reports Site.NWEA Reports Site Type your and password and click Login. On the left, in the Online Reports area, click MAP Reports. Select the report you want to view from the list and then click Submit. Your Class Report opens in a new window!
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Grade Cards End of the grading period timeline: The ProgressBook window will reopen for error correction prior to printing. Check with your school secretary for timing. End of the Grading Period Window Opens to Enter Final Grades Window Closes to Enter Final Grades Report Cards Posted/Sent Home 10/18/1310/11/1310/23/1310/28/13
ProgressBook Tired of seeing withdrawn student in your class list? You can hide them! 1.Choose a class. 2.Scroll to the bottom of the window. 3.Choose update class roster. 4.Check the box under the hide column. 5.Click save. 6.Repeat for each class.
Rigor and Relevance Bloom’s Taxonomy First, there is a continuum of knowledge that describes the increasingly complex ways in which we think. The Knowledge Taxonomy is based on the six levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy: (1) awareness (2) comprehension (3) application (4) analysis (5) synthesis (6) evaluation Application Model The second continuum, created by Dr. Willard R. Daggett, is known as the Application Model. The five levels of this action continuum are: (1) knowledge in one discipline (2) apply in discipline (3) apply across disciplines (4) apply to real-world predictable situations (5) apply to real-world unpredictable situations
The Rigor and Relevance Framework Together We Are Better Sometimes a D is great! Where was your class today? Let’s help each other make every day a relevant and rigorous learning day.
Upcoming PLCs: Elementary October 30 With Coaches Instructional Strategy: Conferencing (Marzano DQ 2: 10, 12 journals/response logs; DQ 3: 14, 19 workshop activity while conferencing) Locations Grades K-3: PLC in Banquet Room Grades 4-5: PLC at Matt Center Music, Art & PE: PLC at Mayfield in the Media Center
Upcoming PLCs: MMS, HV, Central October 30 PLC’s in the buildings!
Upcoming PLCs: MHS October 30 Coaches Presenting DQ 5 and 2 Mini Skills Lessons Engagement New Knowledge
Newly Designed Curriculum Committee Seeking members for the newly designed curriculum committee. Group will serve in an advisory capacity to the Senior Director of Curriculum & Instruction. Quarterly meetings from 5:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Contact Dr. Lolli to apply.
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Middie Voice Survey Thank You! Thanks to your hard work, we have 2980 student Middie Voice Survey responses! Some preliminary results show: 78% of all students said they have a teacher who is a positive role model! 80% of all students believe what they are learning in school will benefit them in the future!
Community Activities Get your Middie Pride on! Invest in Tomorrow is looking for volunteers to: Make Calls Put Out Yard Signs Buy/Sell T-Shirts Next meeting for all volunteers is Monday, October 28, 7:00 and Middletown Library. Please contact Mark Kerns at if you have questions. We need air conditioning!
Celebrate My Drive On Friday, October 25 th 5:30 to 7:00pm Barnitz Stadium This HUGE Tailgate Party is being sponsored by State Farm agent Jason Nemeth and will include other community partners sharing teen driver safety information. Log onto Indicate you want to support Middletown Commit to drive safely!
Learning is Cool MCSD students will attend the Bengals game on Sunday, October 27! Watch for them on the jumbotron during the 2nd quarter.
Happy Birthday this Week to: Ashley Schlueter Barbara Robbins Beth Olthoff Candace Dillon Cari Moreland Chlora Tuttle Danielle Reynolds Deanne Wilhelm Joyce Lehman Lindsey Bird Randall King Richard Stoops Shanina Lige Tara McConnaughey Therese VanOstrand Tiffany Rawlins Denise Watts Derrick Richardson Don Carter Reedy Emelia Donisi George Thomas Jennifer Barcalow Jo Lawwill John Landers