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Brenda Kauffman, Special Education Consultant

14 Guidelines Array of special education support services assigned only to you and available for you and for the students daily/as per schedule Itinerant Learning Support Teachers for Full Day Students Learning Facilitators for Half Day Students Special Education Consultants Psychologist Social Worker Supervisor Reference Staff Handout Unique in terms of the level of dedicated special education support Stress the uniqueness of/


Slides are from Level 3 Biology Course Content Day, 7 th November 2012 Presenter: Teresa Holm Teachers are free to use these for teaching purposes with.

(which causes the characteristic swelling) – Treatment: adrenaline by injection. Causes vasoconstriction and restores bp rapidly. Teacher Outreach Day 2012 Tom Mulvey’s Slides - Permission granted for use for teaching purposes Adrenaline and Blood Pressure Adrenaline/to increase vasoconstriction and by stimulating the adrenal medulla to increase secretion of epinephrine and norepinephrine. Teacher Outreach Day 2012 Tom Mulvey’s Slides - Permission granted for use for teaching purposes Natural substances that/


Teacher Training Programme

learning needs are. A good understanding of learner needs can contribute to successful course planning. 
On the first day with a new group the teacher gives the proposed syllabus aims for the course, and asks learners to prioritise them in relation to the contexts/new techniques am I going to take into my day-to-day teaching that will have an immediate impact on reaching learning outcomes? What makes a good lesson? Session 15 33 Work with a partner A teacher who engages with his/her students. Clarity of aims/


Jill D. Kuzma, M.A., CCC-SLP Speech-Language Pathologist

math problem, etc. August 2012 http://jillkuzma.wordpress.com Strategies to Support Organization Skills HOMEWORK Planning Sheets Completed at the end of the day with staff member to plan for homework completion in the evening. Allows for parent/student/teacher communication triangle. Can tie into data collection as well August 2012 http://jillkuzma.wordpress.com Homework Planning Sheet Example: August 2012 http/


CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP Joshua Independent School District New Teacher Orientation Presenter: Diana Greenhouse QR Code #6.

of procedures and routines that structure the classroomA well-managed classroom has a set of procedures and routines that structure the classroom Effective teachers MANAGE their classrooms Ineffective teachers DISCIPLINE their classrooms The First Days of School, p. 82 EFFECTIVE TEACHERS ARE READY They have the room ready! positive work environment that is work-oriented They have the work ready! desks, books, papers, assignments/


Arab City Schools Substitute Teacher Training

designee makes assignments from an approved list of substitute teachers who have fulfilled all requirements. Substitute Pay Schedule Substitute Teacher High School Diploma $55/day College Degree $60/day College Degree (Teaching Certificate) $65/day Supply Teacher (10-19 days in same assignment) High School Diploma $60/day College Degree $70/day College Degree (Teaching Certificate) $80/day Limited Service Teacher (20+ days in same assignment) Proper In-Field Teaching Certificate Required/


New Jersey Center for Teaching and Learning

1 40 2 20 3 10 4 5 Here is a graph of the M&M problem. Teacher 1. It crosses at 80. That is the amount we start with. 2. Day 2: 20, Day 3:10, Day 4: 5, Day 5: Either 2, 2.5, or 3. Have a discussion about how 
you would / in 8 years, what must the interest rate be if is 
compounded quarterly? Growth and Decay Teacher 100 NASA calculates that a communications satellites 
orbit is decaying exponentially at a rate of 12% per 
day. If the satellite is 20,000 miles above the Earth, 
how long until it is visible/


A Proposal by: VCS Teachers and Administrators Made to: Valparaiso Community Schools Board of Education For implementation in the 2011-2012 school year.

– May-June-July—revision of curriculum – June—delivery of furniture to buildings – June—hire new FDK teachers 47 Curriculum Costs (Rainy Day) – Approximately $9000 per additional classroom for materials, supplies, and the curriculum used – $9000 x 9/$74,700 total cost in furniture Financial Impact 48 Payment for teachers to write full day curriculum (Title IIA) – 19 teachers x $60 per day = $1140 – Divide teachers by subject area to work – 10 days of work to cost $11,400 Financial Impact 49 Computer Lab /


Teacher: Kenji Tachibana Digital Photography I. Caucus Day 2008 During and after the Caucus.

and the dog is more near Cuba. I used a black ‘cropFrame’ to eliminate undesirable details. Teacher: Kenji Tachibana Digital Photography I Caucus Day 2008: Lab work in Photoshop A dd Presence & Depth: Besides the basic lab work, judicious dodging/DOW 10,000 stitch work. Darken it using the Brightness/Contrast adjustment to reduce it’s image presence. Teacher: Kenji Tachibana Digital Photography I Caucus Day 2008: Custom retouching R etouch: Step 2 I though that ‘bear market’ is about the DOW moving/


12 Characteristics of an Effective Teacher The Forum for Innovative Leadership Cook Convention Center Memphis, Tennessee June 7-9, 2011 Presenter Robert.

bored, less likely to fall asleep). Time flies in their class because students are engaged in learning (not bored, less likely to fall asleep). Prepared - The most effective teachers come to class each day ready to teach. © 2010 by Dr. Robert J. Walker all rights reserved. Characteristic #2 Positive They see the glass half-full (They look on the positive side of/


Strengthening PBIS in Your School: Tier II Interventions

a reward list/menu Determine/define behavior (ex: politely following adult directions) teach, provide examples, practice 2 jars used (1 labeled Grumpy, 1 with student’s/team’s name) Teacher starts day with 10 tokens in pocket If misbehavior (noncompliance) occurs, one token put into Grumpy jar/can At end of period/time, student can put any tokens left over into their/


Condor Teachers Can Do Their B.E.S.T. August 29, 2012.

unsatisfactory. This remediation plan shall become effective no later than thirty (30) calendar days after a notice of unsatisfactory service is issued to the teacher. Teacher Evaluation Plan and Handbook of Procedure (cont.) The consulting teacher shall be selected from a roster submitted by the Chicago Teachers Union. The qualified consulting teacher shall be one who has received a superior or excellent rating on his or/


The 6 Traits of Writing An interactive guide for each trait! Ideas & Content Word Choice Organization Sentence Fluency Voice Conventions By The Teacher.

campfires. At the end of our trip, I smelled because I had not showered in 5 days.” PIFVL Precise Imagery Variation Figurative Language PIFVL Precise Imagery Variation Figurative Language ©The Teacher Lady, Katrina Groen, 2013. All Rights Reserved. Clip art by in the Public Domain. Let/at her. We also ate snacks at the zoo, such as cotton candy and ice cream cones. It was a really fun day. ©The Teacher Lady, Katrina Groen, 2013. All Rights Reserved. Clip art by in the Public Domain. Let’s share! How did you /


A TRAINING PROPOSAL FOR ENGLISH TEACHERS IN OSAKA CITY

with Q and A and reflection. Training Proposal 2014 A Typical Training Schedule Part 3 Day 3: Self-improvement: How can I be the best teacher I can be? Morning Session: Utilizing some of the motivational techniques from day 2, day 3 will be about self-reflection and how teachers can improve themselves. In the morning, various lecturers from the CNET group will share accounts/


1 2009 South Carolina Teacher Forum Winter Workshop February 11-13, 2009.

time motivates all of our staff to do the same during their busy days. What I find hard to explain about the School District of Pickens County’s Teacher of the Year is her never compromising compassion of putting students and their /who has the skills to manage a large family by todays standards, teach outstanding lessons every day, and sponsor several extracurricular activities. Courtney is truly an outstanding teacher who is changing the world one student at a time.” Katina Davis, Principal Longleaf Middle/


Tx Gradebook 1st DAY of SCHOOL STUDENT MASS ACTIVATION INSTRUCTIONS for ECISD Secondary Campus Teachers 2014-2015 School Year.

should be reported to the office staff. 1 8/27/2012 8/27/2012 (TRO) 2 2 1 st DAY PROCESS FOR SECONDARY TEACHERS All students must bring a copy of his/her schedule to be admitted to class. 1.Identify those students who are/and is not present in the classroom, no additional action is needed. The student’s 1 st day status is correct. Secondary Teacher Instructions11 1 st DAY PROCESS FOR SECONDARY TEACHERS If a student is physically present in the classroom and does not appear in txGradebook, check the/


Time Line of Events – 7 vs 8 days pay - Monday, September 15 – BCPSEA and BCTF reach tentative contract agreement - Wednesday, September 17 – parties negotiate.

- Friday, September 19 - BCPSEA member school districts finalize vote to endorse agreement - Friday, September 19 – Teachers return to work and ALL contract teachers paid for the day - Monday, September 22 – students return to classes 1 Content of the RTW Agreement - the new Collective/ the BCTF for variance from the CA other than the agreement that the Friday be a paid work day for all contract teachers 2 3 The following is subject to the unions ratification of the tentative agreement: 1.The parties agree/


Prepared for TUI IMAGE HERE INTO GREY AREA. Prepared by Luke Reaper and Ian McShane March 2010 J.9871 Teachers’ Workload Survey.

52106 7553 5653 32282915 29 4052 * Note: Small base Total % 14 Issues of most concern to teachers in terms of managing day-to-day workloads (spontaneous comments) (Base: All VEC/C+C Teachers: 291) School/College C&CVEC 128161 % 5753 3039 1829 1615 1613 12 11 109 *Answers less/ of time required to familiarise oneself with I.T. systems, and indeed to actually utilise them on a day-to-day basis, was to C&C/VEC teachers a drain on resource. In some cases, the PC’s used in the classrooms were described as old /


Central Intermediate Unit # 10 Consortium for Deepening Teacher Pedagogy for Developing Online Consortium Cohort 1 2012-13 A Multi-Year Project.

technological demands of college and the 21st-century workplace. It’s why NDP Upper Level offers a fully implemented 1:1 wireless laptop environment where teachers and stu­dents use laptop computers in their instruction and day-to-day communication. But until last year, the school lacked an effective online learning solution. MiaPotthast Walsh is the Curriculum Technology Specialist at Notre Dame Prep/


Provided by: Kentucky Division of Emergency Management

in the last box. 89 Watch Out for Hazards! Notes & Sketches (Teacher’s Guide) Day 3- Watch Out for Hazards Activity 1 *damage: Watch Out for Hazards! Notes & Sketches (Teacher’s Guide) What causes the most damage and injury during an earthquake? *prepared/with family and friends at home. Earthquake Awareness Month February 2010 Be Aware! Be Prepared! Have a Plan! {teacher} 146 Teacher Survey 147 Low Avg. High Please circle the appropriate numbers below and list any additional comments. Email surveys to /


The Greater Manchester Bright Futures SCITT. When I am a qualified teacher...

C in GCSE Science for applicants in Primary education. (A grade of B or above is preferred in all subjects)  Five days of experience in a UK school “Better than a thousand days of diligent study is one day with a great teacher. ” What are we looking for?  A passion for your subject/learning  The potential to teach  Excellent subject knowledge  Resilience  Enthusiasm “The/


Greek Education System and Structure

; 25/03;01/05; 16/06 and 1 day of Regional character 18/11; 01/05; 04/05 Autumn 2008 (days) 13 10 7 Christmas/New Year (days) 15 Winter/Carnival (days) Spring/Easter (days) Third term (days) 1 Summer (days) 46 63 91 Public/religious holidays (days) 8 3 SUM 98 125 101 123 Table of contents page 3 – Teachers -- Salaries - ISCED 2 level - Organisation of school time/


Preparing Standards-Based Teachers Mary Curran and Lucy Lee Graduate School of Education Rutgers, The State University of New.

consider their long-term professional development needs Last Day Festival Keys for Preparing Standards-Based Teachers  K-12 collaboration which models best practice;  Teacher candidates have the opportunity to observe, practice with REAL K-12 students, and reflect;  Teacher candidates receive feedback and guidance; Keys for Preparing Standards-Based TeachersTeacher candidates become members of a teacher learning community;  Teacher candidates have the opportunity to observe multiple levels/


Institute on Beginning Reading I Cohort B

Phonemic Awareness. E.G. K: Unit 1 Lesson 9, T159 Kindergarten Example: Syllable Awareness Topic: Syllables Unit 1, Week 2, Day 1 pg 80 Teacher: Words have parts called syllables. Say duck and clap once. Duck has one syllable. Say hammer, clapping once for each syllable. / with top, rod, on and pod. First Grade Example: Segmenting and Blending Topic: Blend and Segment /a/ - Unit 1 Day 1, page 10m Teacher: We just sang a song about a family at a pet store. Listen to the sounds in at. Model saying each sound /


Institute on Beginning Reading I Cohort B

-I Program Overview Identify Students Who Need Support/Plan Support IBR III Feb. 1 or Feb. 2 Evaluating Support Models IBR IV May 30-June 9 (1 day - regional) Evaluating and Planning held for teachers, mentor coaches, principals, and other personnel involved in Reading First implementation aligned to the Grade 3 Reading Standards and K-2 Optional Curriculum organized and delivered by/


Most Promising Targeted Interventions

for students, families and staff. Check-In/Check-Out Form Daily Progress Report A- Day. B-Day Name: Check-In/Check-Out Form Daily Progress Report A- Day B-Day Name: Jeremy Walker Date: 9/18/02 Teachers: Please indicate YES (2), So-So (1), or No (0) regarding the / include your child in our Check-In/Check-Out Program. A report will be filled out daily by the teacher(s) and checked at the end of the day by our coordinator, Mrs. Williams. Students will need to pick up their report every morning between 8:45 /


Becoming Data Leaders ©Jo Robinson.

ideas to use and suggest changes in classroom instruction that increase achievement Adjustments in classroom instruction and grouping are made after the meeting because of data analysis Teachers actually start changes in instruction the next day Coaches find answers that team could not find Data Analysis Discussion Questions for Monthly Grade Level Meetings Which students are below grade level, at grade level/


1 Oregon Reading First Institute on Beginning Reading I Cohort B Day 2: Five Big Ideas of Reading Instruction August 24, 2005.

of ConnecticutUniversity of Oregon Prepared by: Patrick Kennedy-PaineKatie TateUniversity of Oregon 3 Cohort B, IBR 1, Day 2 Content Development Content developed by: Tricia Travers Amanda Sanford Jeanie Mercier Smith Carol Dissen Additional support: / Sounds & Combinations 9 Design and Delivery Features of well-designed programs include: –Explicitness of instruction for teacher and student Making it obvious for the student –Systematic & supportive instruction Building and developing skills –Opportunities /


Guidelines for Claiming Students for Teacher Effect ScoresGuidelines for Claiming Students for Teacher Effect Scores Spring 2014Spring 2014.

follows: Traditional Schedule (approximately 180 days): Full – F (150 days or more) Partial – P (75-149 days) Excluded – (74 days or fewer) Modified Schedule (approximately 90 days): Full – F (75 days or more) Partial – P (38-74 days) Excluded – (37 days or fewer) According to Tennessee state law TCA 49-1-606 (a), only students claimed as F count towards a teacher’s teacher effect calculation. 45 Instructional time defaults/


Collaborating for Student Success Using Collaborative Inquiry with Student Teachers to Support Teacher Professional Development Sponsored by Teachers for.

earns when he attends class. 5. Draw a graph on the back. 6. If Noe went to school for 132 days, how many points will he earn? 7. If Noe earned 55 points, how many days did he attend class? Impact on Teachers Collaborating for Student Success The installation cost and monthly monitoring fee of a security system are listed below for two/


Balanced School Day COSL Sheryl Hoshizaki February 9, 2005.

be used for our school data bank only. It is to monitor the effectiveness of the Balanced School Day in terms of Student Achievement, Scheduling of Teacher/Staff down time; (breaks, lunch, etc.) nutritional benefits to children, Instructional Time, Activity Time and / they get two outdoor breaks and phy ed twice a week How does the Balanced Day schedule serve the parent/guardian community in terms of parent/teacher interviews and after school meetings? 10 respondents -We can schedule a meeting during the /


XXVII.The Book of 2 Peter A.Introduction 1.Peter wrote his second epistle to warn believers to be on their guard against false teachers. 2.The key term.

knew these things, Peter was willing to repeat them. Peter’s reminder of the truth was vital because already back in his day false teachers were systematically distorting the truth. b.2 Peter 1:13-14 – Peter considered it his duty to remind his readers of /Jude 17-19 – According to Jude the apostles predicted that scoffers would come on the scene in the last days. You must recognize and avoid false teachers. Jude spells out their destructive characteristics. 2 Peter 3:3, 2 Timothy 3 a.Jude 18 – Scoffers walk/


First Days of School.

school make us feel nervous and excited Why does the first day of school make us feel nervous and excited? As a new teacher, what are some of your fears and anxieties? The beginning teacher is expected to assume the same tasks and responsibilities as the most seasoned, veteran teacher on the school staff. What are your thoughts and feelings as you read this/


TEACHER PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL IN ONTARIO AND NEW TEACHER INDUCTION * All teachers are to be evaluated every 5 years, except for teachers new to the profession,

leave of absence, maternity leave, etc.) during your evaluation year, the process must be completed within 20 days of your return. “New” teachers are on a flexible appraisal cycle that requires two “satisfactory” ratings during the first 12 months after they begin teaching.“New” teachers are on a flexible appraisal cycle that requires two “satisfactory” ratings during the first 12 months after they/


Southeast Region 4 Middle College High School Compstat Report First 20 Day Period for 2010-11 Academic Year.

data with faculty/ staff, specifically new SMART Find Express charts and tables that show types of days absent. Monitor teachers’ illness days as they approach 9 days and follow Labor Relations process. Monitor teachers’ illness days as they approach 9 days and follow Labor Relations process. Celebrate teachers with good attendance! Celebrate teachers with good attendance! Financial secretary will provide daily/ weekly att report for admin review. Admin will/


Intensive Intervention Days 4 and 5. Introductions Who we are Who you are Determine a table theme.

areas of building Use of A/B schedules Structured active lunch Skinnies K-8 Schedule Examples Plantation Key School We do 45 minutes a day. It is scheduled throughout the day based on grade level scheduling. Model 1: Teachers keep their own students; provide differentiated activities through centers and computer programs Model 2: Grade levels divide up students based on needs and each/


1 Using Differentiated Instruction to Implement Connecticut Standards (CCSS): Day 1.

classroom to address critical student learning differences? Assumptions About These Two Days The training will provide 3 opportunities to design differentiated lesson plans Teachers will need the full support of leadership/administrators to implement in the/significance of historical figures and/or history-related holidays EXAMPLE 1 To celebrate President’s Day, Grade 1 teacher, Emily Rosen, planned a special day for her students. She showed students pictures of George Washington and President Lincoln. Then,/


School Subjects Click On Links (Below): Contact The Author All SubjectsHistoryMusic Certain Days/ClassesHistoryPhysics Certain Days/ClassesHistoryScience/English.

Diplomat EnglishMusicThe Know It All Return Home Contact The Author Close School Subjects – The Diplomat Use to Navigate: All SubjectsHistoryMusic Certain Days/ClassesHistoryPhysics Certain Days/ClassesHistoryScience/English The Educated MindLawProblems EnglishMathThe Teacher EnglishMathThe Diplomat EnglishMusicThe Know It All Return Home Contact The Author Close School Subjects – Know It All This powerpoint was kindly donated to www.worldofteaching.com http://www.worldofteaching.com /


Collaborating for Student Success Using Collaborative Inquiry with Student Teachers to Support Teacher Professional Development Sponsored by Teachers for.

earns when he attends class. 5. Draw a graph on the back. 6. If Noe went to school for 132 days, how many points will he earn? 7. If Noe earned 55 points, how many days did he attend class? Impact on Teachers Collaborating for Student Success The installation cost and monthly monitoring fee of a security system are listed below for two/


Instructional Observation Training Day 1. Connector On the construction paper, please put the following information: Your name Your school district Your.

in 1 hour Connector Find a partner, preferably someone you haven’t spoken with a lot over the past few days, and talk about the following questions: 1. Could teachers observe other teachers using the Carolyn Downey “Walk-Through” process? 2. What would teachers gain, and how might it improve instruction within a school, to afford staff this opportunity? Report out… Involving Staff in/


Response to Intervention www.interventioncentral.org RTI: Giving the Classroom Teacher the Necessary Tools to Serve as an Intervention ‘First Responder’

then use the checklist to note whether a student successfully displays each of the sub-skills on a given day. Classroom teachers can use these checklists as convenient tools to assess whether a student has the minimum required range of / issues or answer her questions before seeking help from the instructor. Prior to starting the intervention, the teacher kept a behavioral frequency count across three days of the number of times that the student approached her desk for help during a daily 20-minute /


Sandwich Making Iqbal Day We celebrated Iqbal Day with lots of fun and enjoyment. First of all we started our day with the recitation of Holy Quran.

the movie named “Charlie and the chocolate factory”. It was very nice. On Children’s day. The teachers did the complete assembly. It was very good and teachers also acted like some kids in school. Every one enjoyed it a lot. We were treated/ day for examples, Teachers Day Labour Day. But childrens also need their day so that is why we celebrated Children’s day. On Friday 15 th November, our teachers gave us a surprise of its celebration. The teachers became children and did what we do in class. The teachers /


First Day – 9/3/14 Supplies: Planner, Pencil, Ruler & Science Notebook Independent: In your student planner find the date and record the topic (Notebook.

pg. 240 Independent: Identify question, create hypothesis, materials list, procedures, observation table & conclusion Group: Use both teacher and book procedures for this lab. Pgs. 240-245 Independent: Finish watching Rocks & Minerals Video Independent: Update/drag, parallel, series, work, distance, Newton-meter, joule Independent: Science Summary (4-5 Sentences) Happy Saint Patricks Day! EMM 9.1 Measuring Power 03/18/15 Supplies: Planner, Pencil, Ruler, Scientific Notebook Independent: Student planner EMM 9/


Using Leveled Literacy Intervention: Supporting our Students and Collaborating with our Parents and Teacher Assistants October 16, 2014.

sample. Some scheduling variations to consider: MonTuesWedThur TA does Lesson X Day 1 Teacher does Lesson X Day 2 TA does Lesson Y Day 1 Teacher does Lesson Y Day 2 MonTuesWedThur TA does Lesson X Day 1 Teacher does Lesson Y Day 1 TA does Lesson X Day 2 Teacher does Lesson Y Day 2 MonTuesWedThur TA does Lesson X Day 1 Teacher does strategy lesson using own materials TA does Lesson X/


PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT APPRAISAL SYSTEM TEACHER ORIENTATION UPDATE POWER POINT PRESENTATION Developed by Carlene Lenox Division of Administration Region.

instruction  Observation Summary  Walk-through documentation  TSR I, II, III PDAS Calendar Continued  Summative Conference  at least 5 days after you are given summative report  at least 15 days before the last day of instruction  may be waived in writing by teacher, NOT appraiser  If appraiser is not administrator on campus, principal/asst. or designated supervisory staff will participate. Additional Time Line Issues If/


First Day – 9/4/13 Supplies: Planner, Pencil, Ruler & Science Notebook Independent: In your student planner find the date and record the topic (Notebook.

240 Independent: Identify question, create hypothesis, materials list, procedures, observation table & conclusion Group: Follow teacher and book procedures for this lab. Pgs. 240-245 Independent: Answer Reflection Questions pgs. 244-245 Independent/lever, electrode, electrolyte, chemical, energy transformation, electricity Independent: Science Summary (4-5 Sentences) HAPPY VALENTINES DAY & PRESIDENTS’ DAY! EMM 2.1 Making a Battery 02/18/14 Supplies: Planner, Pencil, Ruler, New Scientific Notebook /


How to survive and thrive in Richland Middle School The First Day of School Sunday, August 22, 2010.

You will be provided with one sheet of paper a day as needed in each class. Your binder will be taken to almost every class and will be kept with you. Each teacher will share their particular rules. You will be trained how/ However, you must follow the BISD dress code policy. Following the standardized dress code day by day will possibly encourage the administrators to allow more out of uniform days. Teachers will be checking dress code compliance as you enter their classrooms. Persistent violations of the /


WELCOME TO INTRODUCTION TO EDUCATION (104) 1. Don Gillan (Retired Teacher/22yrs) Taught and evaluated in three districts, & grades K – High School Taught.

arrangements in your home town area (NOT B/N) to shadow (follow) a K-8 classroom teacher (Private or Public School) for six (6) hours; one full school day or two half days. Try to set this up with a school in your home area ASAP. Make arrangements in your /home town area (NOT B/N) to shadow (follow) a K-8 classroom teacher (Private or Public School) for six (6) hours; one full school day or two half days. Try to set this up with a school in your home area ASAP. The “Letter of Request/


Daily Agendas and Standards Grade 8 06-07. AGENDA - AUGUST 28, 2006 - DAY II Attendance & Mr. Bowser’s introduction Classroom basics – Procedures for.

will be able to: Extensions Final deadline for the WEBQUEST is DUE WEDNESDAY, 10/18! AGENDA - October 17, 2006 - DAY III  Attendance  Finish working on your Personal Budget Web Quest http://teachers.oregon.k12.wi.us/stau ffacher/budgetwq/main.htm http://teachers.oregon.k12.wi.us/stau ffacher/budgetwq/main.htm  If you are finished with the Web Quest – create a Chamber/


Upcoming Events NOVEMBER 11/1 Planetarium Assembly for PreK & K 11/2 Sultana field trip for 4 th grade 11/2 SCHOOLS CLOSED ½ DAY 11/2 School Spirit/Movie.

temperatures and changing fall leaves. Your calendars will be filled with important dates this month! To begin the month, on Friday, November 2 nd, 2012 there is a half day professional development for teacher’s preparation for parent conferences which will be held on Thursday, November 8 th and Friday, November 9 th, 2012. Also, on that same week schools will be/


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