Justin HomeRoom Resources
(Use links below to access described resources.)

McM-Cal-HmRm+RTI+SS+HL-2018-19   -  (GoogleDoc)

Oct2018HmRmCal

HmRmCal-Mo08-Fr19Oct2018

Tu16Oct2018 - 1st week schedule - Healthy Youth Survey - anonymous & confidential & voluntary

 


Advisory SSRR - bring book(s) of choice, or you must use GoogleBooks or Mr. J.'s library - A READING HABIT TRAINING, NOT A STUDY PERIOD!


1) SRR 25 minutes

2) 5 minute turn & talk - proceed through list below Mo-Tu-Tr-Fr

1) Plot UpDates

2) Prediction
3) Recommendation (with reasons)
4) Conflict Description
5) THEME
6) Reader ?s (confusing words, plot elements)
7) Connections (silimarity to reader's life, other books, real world events)


Advisory Curricula
Sustained Silent Reading Response

Response to Intervention (RTI~SpEd replacement)

Olweus Bullying Prevention Resources

(OSPI Student Led Conference Resources)
OSPI Student Led Portfolio Conference Video Resources

OSPI Navigation 101 College & Career Readiness Resources

OSPI Navigation 101 Portal

OSPI MS + HS Technical Support

(McM Student Led Conference Resources)
- SLC Activities
- CheckList - Masters - YouTube Demo - "High School Ready Fall 2012"- SLC Schedule Tr21 & Fr22Mar2013


 

 

 

SSR-Intro-TeacherScript

SSR-Intro-SlideShow

 

2ndStep - PD#4 - how to run 2ndStep in classes(?)

We03Oct2018 = 2ndStep -Unit 4 lesson 18 - assumptions

 

 

Community Day Tr28Sep2018 - Late Start

Community Day SlideShow

Banned Books Week

Assembly Expectations

HomeRoom Traditions

Community Day Activities Student HandOut

Community Day Reflection Student HandOut

"We Are" Student HandOut

 

 

McM-StudentParentHandBook-2018-19

 

We19Sep2018 circle directions

"light & lively" ideas

 

Privacy

CircleUp GuideLines

CircleUp Activities

Light & Lively

Sustained Silent Reading & Response (SSRR)

{pdf (CS UnPlugged) doc} = Descrete Math

CS4HS - descrete math - "unsolvables"

SUNY OpenTextBook "Spiral Notebook for Discrete Mathematics"

Sustained Silent Reading & Response (SSRR)
or . . .
Math Competetion Materials & URLs
(Math is Cool old test compilations)




Mo18Jun2018 - HmRm celebrations - Teacher Driven / Choice


Mo11Jun2018 - 2 Lunches w/ student council speeches in gym

Gr6 = 1st lunch, then speeches in gym in place of HmRm afterwards, voting Tu12Jun in Daniels' class

Gr7 = Speeches in gym in place of HmRm 1st, then second lunch, voting Tu12Jun in Power's class


Mo04Jun2018 - Gr8 HmRms in gym for election speeches

Voting in Gr8sci Tu05Jun


UpDate to HmRm Activities for Mo29May2018-EOY


UpDate to HmRm Activities for Mo21May2018-EOY


UpDate HmRm Activities Mo14May-EOY


Mo16Apr - Mo18Jun2018 HmRm Activities


Mo07 - Mo21May2018 = Empathy Video Links
SBA Testing - Lighter Lesson/Activity
Edutopia Source Page with Activities
HandOuts in lounge - flex as needed to process or ketchup
● Take Seat & Make a Friend


Mo07 - Mo21May2018 = Empathy Video Links
SBA Testing - Lighter Lesson/Activity
Edutopia Source Page with Activities
HandOuts in lounge - flex as needed to process or ketchup
● Perspectacles
 


Tu29May2018
Lesson 3 - Diversity of Beliefs and Values (from Combating Hate w/updated statements)

need: = 90 Note cards (3ea) + updated statements


Mo04Jun2018
Second Step - Different From You - Class mtg/Circle


Mo11Jun-Fr15Jun2018
8th Graders = Exploratory Week
Justin = Daniels Gr6 HmRm & 1st Launch
Still being planned: One day that week students will have grade level lunch and have a grade level assembly/break out sessions with HS students (all still TBD)


Mo18Jun2018 -
Homeroom Celebrations - Teacher Driven/Choice


 


 


 


 


 

 

 

 

 


Mo30Apr2018 (1) (2) (3)
Self Reflection (pre assessment) + Data Dive-CEE - Note Card Activity
Taken in part from Lesson 9 Personal Responsibility from Combating Hate
need: data points + self reflection note cards x 30


Tu24 - Fr27Apr2018 - Behavior Expectations


Tr26Apr2018-WoW Lunch Plans


Mo23Apr2018
Week of Welcome - WoW - schedule
SOS Lesson/Activity - Welcome Week Video
need: video link (PPT) (MP4)+ pledges x 30


Mo16Apr2018
Lesson 2 My Story - Intro to Diversity from Combating Hate
need: star zeroxes x 30


Tu03Apr2018 = BrainDrain


Mo02Apr2018 = Book Survey

fREADom Readers is conducting a fun, voluntary book survey during homeroom on Monday, April 2. It's a quick, simple survey of 10 questions that asks students to name one book to answer each question (e.g., What book were you surprised you liked?) The surveys will be in your mailbox on Friday, March 30.

Students may answer all or as many questions as they'd like. 
Please return the completed surveys to the library or to my mailbox. 

Most of the questions correspond to squares on our Reading Challenge Bingo cards, so the posted survey results (on a bulletin board) will provide students with titles of books they may be inspired to read and to use to complete a row of bingo and receive a cool congratulatory pin.

Please let me know if you have any questions. Thanks so much for your support.

 


 

(2) Holland PPT & HO
(3) Holland OnLine - Holland SDS
(4) Excelsior Coll. MetaIndex
(5) Campbell Interest Inventory - $20 OnLine - Mr.J.'s fave:>


SLC Calendar 2018


 


2018 SLC Parent HandOuts & Map


2018 SLC Masters & CheckList


2018 SLC Schedule




SLC - Mo12Mar2018 - Artifact Reflection Pt.2.


Mo26Feb2018 - Celebrating Milestones - Gr8 - Gr7 - Gr6


Mo12Feb - SecondStep - If-Then Plans - Unit 1 - Lesson 6 - HandOut


Mo05Feb - SMART goals generation


SLC - Mo29Jan2018 - Artifact Reflection


MLK assembly


Mo22Jan2018 - Unit 1, Lesson 5 - "SMART" goals


SLC - Mo08Jan2018 = Intro to SLC + "Who Am I" + Bio Poem"


FReadom Readers Bingo


Tu02-Fr05Jan2018


NewYearsResolution-Tu02Jan2018.pdf


SchoolWideExpectations-Tu02-Fr05Jan2018.pdf


Nov + Dec 2017 Mondays


December 2017 HoliDaze - Mo11Dec = GingerBreadHouse


Mo04Dec2017 = 2nd Step - Unit 1 - ReCaps / Mr. BarBar?


Mo27Nov2017 = 2nd Step - Unit 1 - Lesson 4 - Gr8 - "Labels"


Tu28Nov - Fr01Dec2017 = SSRR


 


 


Tu21Nov2017 - Thankfulness Journal Entries + SSRR


Mo20Nov2017 - 2ndStep - Gr8 - Unit -1- Lesson -3- Learning Strategies - Growth Mindset

Behaviors of Successful Learners - old

 


Mo06Nov2017 = ASB FundRaiser (catalog) (order form) (resources) +

Dear McMurray staff members,

It is time for our annual fall fund raising program.  Proceeds from this sale fund many things: assemblies, speakers, lunch equipment (big and small), club supplies, sports supplies, all kinds of things!  The only limitations are the money may not be spent on classroom items or supplies.

In the past few years we haven't had much student participation, so our ASB fund has gotten pretty low.  I am asking all of you to encourage all of your students to participate in this program.  And please tell them to not discard the sales pamphlets.  Often I see many flyers thrown away on the way to the bus in the afternoon.  Feel free to grab a flyer for yourself and order yourself!

Items range in price from $4 to $65 so most kids could easily sell something.  An added bonus is that the orders will be delivered before Winter Break.  A double added bonus is that the items are all fair-trade and organic, which is important to many people.

So please let your students know that this fund raiser is important and they will have direct benefit from their sales efforts.

Attached is the Power Point that will be shown to all students in homeroom on Monday, November 6th. 

There will be no competitions, either high seller or homeroom and no prizes.  Students should participate because it is the right thing to do for their school,  and they should not expect to be rewarded every time for doing the right thing. 

Thanks everyone!!!




Tu07Nov - Tr09Nov2017 = Thankfulness Journal Entries & SSRR
DOVE Project Free Teen Self Defense Training (Fr10Nov+Sa11Nov2017)

 Tu07Nov2017 = Gratitude Chain Activity (pdf)


Fr10Nov2017 = Federal Holiday for Veterans Day (11Nov@1100z)
. . . good Thankfulness topic
. . .

Mo13Nov2017 Vets Day = History Channel - NEA
Vet's Day = Sa11Nov2017 - Vet's Day - VA - Wikipedia - History Channel
(Puget Sound Honor Flight - "mail call", volunters, fundraising, assemblies, class visits)


 


 


Advisory SSRR - bring book(s) of choice, or you must use GoogleBooks or Mr. J.'s library - A READING HABIT TRAINING, NOT A STUDY PERIOD!


1) SRR 25 minutes

2) 5 minute turn & talk - proceed through list below Mo-Tu-Tr-Fr

1) Plot UpDates

2) Prediction
3) Recommendation (with reasons)
4) Conflict Description
5) THEME
6) Reader ?s (confusing words, plot elements)
7) Connections (silimarity to reader's life, other books, real world events)


Advisory Curricula
Sustained Silent Reading Response

Response to Intervention (RTI~SpEd replacement)

Olweus Bullying Prevention Resources

(OSPI Student Led Conference Resources)
OSPI Student Led Portfolio Conference Video Resources

OSPI Navigation 101 College & Career Readiness Resources

OSPI Navigation 101 Portal

OSPI MS + HS Technical Support

(McM Student Led Conference Resources)
- SLC Activities
- CheckList - Masters - YouTube Demo - "High School Ready Fall 2012"- SLC Schedule Tr21 & Fr22Mar2013


 


Tu31Oct2017 =Halloween Events


Mo30Oct2017 =Halloween Planning


Tu17 + Tr19 + Fr20Oct2017 = Sustained Silent Reading & Response (SSRR)


We18Oct2017 = (BrainDrain: BeforeAfter)


Mo16Oct2017 = 2ndStep - Gr8 - Unit 4 - Lesson 24 - Sexual Harrassment - done


Mo09Oct - 2ndStep - Gr7 - Unit 4 - Lesson 24 - Gender Harrassment- done


Fr29Sep - 2ndStep - Gr8 - Unit 1 - Lesson 1 - Welcome - done


Mo02Oct2017 - 2ndStep - Gr6 - Unit 4 - Lesson 25- Bullying - done


SSRR intro Mo25Sep2017 - Sustained Silent Reading & Response (SSRR) - done


Community Day 2017 - PPT - done

Community Day 2017 - Student Survey - done

Mo18Sep2017 = Community Day 2017 - HmRm Traditions? - done

Tu19Sep2017 = CUA - 2ndStep - "I Like What You Do"- done

We20Sep2017 = CUA - 2ndStep - "Being a Good Friend"- done

Tr21Sep2017 = HmRm for Tr+Fr - done

Fr22Sep2017 = Community Day 2017 - Schedule - done
- Student BreakOut Passes - HmRm for Tr+Fr- done

Non-Food Rewards- done

2ndStep- done

 


 

2017 1st 4wks HmRm StartUp OutLine

CircleUp GuideLines

Tu05Sep2017 - 1stHmRm =
1) 8:00 ~ 8:35am =
Lockers + TakeHomePack
2) 8:40 = Call to Assembly (~15min)

kitchen side
center stage
mirror side
Kammert
Gregorich
Avolio-Toly
Baker
Dubois
Martin
Detwiler
Galen
Heffernan
Justin
Power
Roselle
Hatfield
Sweeney
bleachers =>
Dallum
Chappelka / Pollock

2nd HmRm (like Hobbit Bfasts?) =
1) CircleUp
2) Review 4Rs


 


 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fr23Jun = START @ HmRm for Lock Return & Locker Check, THEN YearBooks

Tr22 June = locker clean out & check by Mr.J. & EOY - PPT

 

We21Jun = GoTo Hatfield MPR

 

 

Tu20 June =

1) Gr8 to MPR for T&T Practice

2) Gr6+7 = locker clean out

3) RTI Reading  w/ Stendahl - all other done

 

 

 

 

We14Jun = Library Lates & Backpacks for Ghana

Fr09Jun = Last Brain Drain

We24May - Dress Code

Mo22May - PPT on Digital Ethics

Book Drive

Best Friends Bash - Fr05May2017 - "Revenge of the Fifth"

Cinco deMayo

May the Fourth be with you:>!

Spring Expectations "Refresher"

BrainDrain = We19Apr2017

BrainDrain = Fr07Apr2017

Gr6+7 Heffernan HomeRoom (next door lab) We05Apr - Olympia Trip

Gr6+7 Course Selection Due = Tu04Apr2017

SLC Student Feedback Forms Due = Fr31Mar2017


Student Led Conferences 2017 - MASTERS
(YouTube Demo-1) (YouTubeDemo-2)
No RTI until SLC over


(OSPI Student Led Conference Resources)

OSPI Student Led Portfolio Conference Video Resources

OSPI Navigation 101 College & Career Readiness Resources

OSPI Navigation 101 Portal

OSPI MS + HS Technical Support





Mo20Mar - SLC prep / recap

We16Mar2017 = (BrainDrain;>)

Mo06Mar2017 - (1)Exploratory Week Catalogs to Gr8 students &
(2) Holland PPT & HO
(3) Holland OnLine - Holland SDS
(4) Excelsior Coll. MetaIndex
(5) Campbell Interest Inventory - $20 OnLine - Mr.J.'s fave:>

We01Mar2017 = (BrainDrain;>)

Mo27Feb2017 - HoM(GM) - Humor - & Guy S Wins Lunch:>!

Mo13Feb2017 - Celebrating Milestones

Hello, because our schedule got off track due to snow and late start days, there will be

no RTI groups Mo13 & Tu14Nov2017

so that we can use Monday and Tuesday to complete the 2/6 & 2/13 activities that your received earlier.
Additional copies of all SLC materials can be found in a red notebook in the staff room on the bookshelf

Mo06Feb2017 - Reading Reflection - Gene Yang
Monday Oct 24: Homeroom lesson:
School-wide Reading Challenge
Ambasador Inagural Speech Transcript
(DuBois local vid)

 

Fr03Feb2017 - Pennies for Patients

Our campaign will run from February 6th to March 3rd. There will be a donation box in every homeroom class and students are encouraged to bring coins and bills to donate to the cause. Leadership students will come around to collect the money each week and see how much each homeroom has raised.

My students will come around with a donation box for each room, as well as a handout for each student.

If students in your class are interested in learning more about Leukemia and Lymphoma, this second video is only 3 1/2 minutes and describes how doctors using the funding. My students really enjoyed it!

Mo30Jan2017 - Best Pieces Reflections

Mo23Jan2017 = S.M.A.R.T Goals

Mo09Jan2017 = intro / rough timeline / BioPoem


MLK Assembly
We will be hosting the Broadway Center for the Performing Arts next Friday to honor MLK Jr. Day for the Civil Rights Legacy Tour assembly next Friday at the end of the day. At the end of the day, dismiss to HOMEROOM, WAIT for the call by ROOM to the the MPR. and then the assembly will be about 45 minutes with ?/a to follow.
Dismiss BACK to HOMEROOM if time allows.


Here are some study guides for reference and review: Nihonjin Face 6-12 Study Guide Part 1 & (Part 2)


CS4HS - descrete math - "unsolvables"

SUNY OpenTextBook "Spiral Notebook for Discrete Mathematics"

Sustained Silent Reading & Response (SSRR)
or . . .
Math Competetion Materials & URLs
(Math is Cool old test compilations)
Gr6 - Math is Cool = Tu+We+Tr+Fr (through Fr03Feb2017)


Mo21Nov2016-SoS -

This is a Sources of Strength activity that asks students to think of "Trusted Adults" in their lives and to write a thank you note.

Thank you notes to pass out to students will be in your in box in the staff room.

After the first 10 minutes of homeroom (after you introduce the slides and pass out thank you cards) you will notice a S.O.S. Student enter your room and silently "tag" one of your homeroom students by handing them a slip of paper with an invitation to come to the library to participate in a brief (related) activity. Thanks for allowing tagged students to play along.

Tu15Nov2016 - BrainDrain

Monday Nov 7 & 14: Homeroom lesson: Review of Olweus Survey results

ask your students what their experience is around two types of harassment that seem to be more common in our setting: disrespect and bulling via social media chats and apps and use of sarcasm and "just joking" kinds of harassment.

Please steer conversation toward what it looks like to be an ally rather than a passive bystander.


Math Is Cool = practice in commons outside lab 104 door Tu-Fr, We26Oct - Fr11Nov

The 7th and 8th grade Math is Cool Competition is on November 12th. The following 7th and 8th graders will be competing soon and will be practicing during homeroom under the supervision of Evan starting tomorrow until Nov. 11th (excluding Mondays):

7th Grade

Liam Krikawa
Blake Groseman
Levi Stahl
Baker VanBuren
Alyssa Hawkins
Carmen Stanfield
Erik Pringle
Santiago Trujillo

8th Grade

Ella Yarkin
Isaac Escovedo
Zach VanDusen
Sienna Stromber
Ty Radford
Levi Moore
Lucas Schoenburg
Kincaid Cummings
Lyla Mildon
Grace Carroll
Ryan Small
Kolo Enson Overstreet
Nick Winkler
Finn McClure
Malio Nelson
Bonham Johnson

 


permanent MPR assembly seating:

kitchen side
center stage
mirror side
Kammert
Gregorich
Avolio-Toly
Baker
Dubois
Martin
Detwiler
Heryford
Heffernan
Justin
Power
Roselle
Hatfield
Sweeney
bleachers =>
Lewandowski
Hoffman

 

Homeroom & Other Special Events Calendar

October / November 2016

 

Thursday Oct 20: Final day for Homerooms to complete reading The Boy Who

Harnessed the Wind & 1:55 Lockdown Drill

 

Friday Oct 21: Homeroom Fundraising Assembly -

This was sent using the Skyward Admin Message Center.
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Why do we need to have a fundraiser? All profits from this fundraiser are deposited into our McMurray ASB (Associated Student Body) account. “It is public money, generated by the students or in the name of the students, and may be used ONLY for Cultural, Athletic, Recreational or Social purposes that are optional and non-credit”. We use the funds for team and club supplies, assemblies, lunch-time equipment, math club and robotic team travel and supplies, etc.

Why are the products so expensive? By selling popcorn and cookie dough at $20.00 per unit, our school will receive $10.00 per unit. In addition, as an incentive, the company we contracted with is offering prizes consisting of spirit wear apparel. We will no longer offer candy or toys as incentives. The top seller will receive a 24” flat screen TV. All of the prizes are paid for by the vendor.

Is there an all-school incentive? If every student at McMurray sells just two items each, all students will receive a free McMurray spirit wear t-shirt.

Is there an incentive for customers? Each order will include a discount card for Pt. Orchard Quiznos, Burien Taco Del Mar and Panda Express, and Vashon Red Bicycle, Hardware Store and Subway.

I don’t want my child going door to door selling things. We don’t either! That is why we encourage your student to contact family members and friends.

How long does this sale go on? The final turn-in day is Monday, November 7th. Your student may turn in before the final day, just be sure to include the order sheet filled out legibly and completely and payment. Checks should be made out to McMurray School. Orders should be turned in to the office in the morning, not to homeroom teachers.

Why have we chosen to sell popcorn and cookie dough? In the past we have sold magazine subscriptions and chocolate. With changes in the Student Nutritional Policy we are no longer able to sell chocolate or sugary items that students can consume at school. Magazine subscriptions are becoming a thing of the past. We looked into other fund raisers, but decided this one best meets our needs.

What about the spirit wear sales? We are selling spirit wear clothing as more of a service rather than a fund raiser, although we do get a small commission.

What if my student wants to go for the top prize? Should he/she hold on to everything until the last turn in day? It is easier for all concerned if your student turns in sales as they are received. A student spreadsheet is used to keep track of each student and their sales.

Why are you also selling coffee? Selling Vashon Coffee Company products is an easy way to raise money for ASB. We receive a good commission on every pound of coffee we sell. Also, this sale will run year-round so the ASB fund can keep being replenished.

When is delivery? November 21st.

If you have additional questions or comments, please call Gates Johnson at 206-463-8612 or email at gjohnson@vashonsd.org


Monday Oct 24: Homeroom lesson: School-wide Reading Challenge
Ambasador Inagural Speech Transcript
(DuBois local vid)


Tuesday Oct 25: Homeroom lesson: Handbook Review: Harassment, Intimidation & Bullying (Including Sexual Harassment)
Tuesday Oct 25: Taproot Theater Assembly “Cyber Zoo”, end of day.


7:55 = First Bell

8:00 – 8:41 = Period 1 = 41 minutes
8:45 – 9:22 = Period 2 = 37 minutes
9:22 – 9:32 = Break = 10 minutes
9:36 – 10:06 = Homeroom = 30 minutes
10:10 – 10:47 = Period 3 = 37 minutes
10:51 – 11:28 = Period 4 = 37 minutes
11:32 – 12:09 = Period 5 = 37 minutes
12:09 – 12:39 = Lunch = 30 minutes
12:43 – 1:20 = Period 6 = 37 minutes
1:20 – 2:40 = Assembly = 80 minutes


In your box you will find materials for:

- Homeroom discussion on Law/ policy related to HIB (it ties in nicely to Taproot Theater's topic of cyber bullying)
-Copy of our "Anonymous Alert" flyer to discuss / post in your classroom
- RTI Rosters for Math, ELL and Reading Homeroom groups

While RTI Groups will get going on Wednesday of this week, please note that the 8th grade Math RTI group will start instead on Friday of this week as Jenny is out of the building Wednesday & Thursday.


Wed Oct 26: RTI Groups in Math, Reading & ELL begin their regular/ongoing

Tuesday through Friday Homeroom sessions. Rosters coming.


Monday Oct 31: Homeroom Halloween Costume Contest by Executive Council.

Sources of Strength sponsors after school Halloween Dance.


Monday Nov 7: Homeroom lesson: Review of Olweus Survey results


Monday Nov 14: TBD


Monday Nov 21: Sources of Strength Homeroom Activity


Our school will be administering the Healthy Youth Survey on Monday, October 17th in homerooms. In preparation for the survey, please read the following to your students during homeroom today, and distribute the flyer and letter for students to take home with them. I'll be bringing by a printed copy of the announcement as well as a packet of flyers to your classrooms this morning after 1st period.

Thank you and let me know if you have any questions.

~ Tracie

"Our school is participating in the Washington State 2016 Healthy Youth Survey on October 17th. The Healthy Youth Survey includes questions related to physical activity and diet, unintentional and intentional injury, substance use, risk and protective factors, access to school-based services, and sexual behaviors, abuse, and orientation. Survey results are used by school, communities, and state agencies to plan programs to support our students and reduce risks. The more students that participate, the better we can understand what kinds of supports are needed.

The Healthy Youth Survey is given to students across Washington State, and will be given to all 6th, 7th, and 8th graders at McMurray. Participation in the survey is voluntary and students' answers are anonymous. Your name will not be on the survey.

We are sending this information home with you too, for your parents and caregivers to have more information about the Healthy Youth Survey. It's important that you share it with them."

 

We14Sep2016 = intro to read aloud challenge (slides 14-25)
read from "The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind"
curiosity - empathy - humor?


We are holding off on starting RTI groups until after the book has been completed.

We estimate (using the run time for the unabridged audio book) that it will take 6.5 hours of time to read.

We have set aside all homeroom days between now and October 20 to complete the reading. To keep on pace EVERYONE would need to read for 20 minutes of homeroom each day.

There is a section of the book (~ page 125?) that may deserves warning, as it involves the killing of a dog who is suffering in the famine, and suffers further in his death.

There will be one Monday extended homeroom between now and mid-October to review bullying/harassment policy and reporting. Other than that, we are dedicated to reading.

The RTI reading, math and behavior screenings will be conducted during this time outside of homeroom so that our groups can be ready to meet on Friday Oct. 21st for an introductory meeting. RTI groups will meet on a regular Tues-Friday schedule beginning Tuesday Oct 25th.


Mo12Sep2016 = "normal HmRm" after p2+break hereafter until informed otherwise . . .

 - Community Day Planning (1) (2) (all black)


Tu13Sep2016 = intro to read aloud challenge (slides 1-13) & Bart Reynolds


We14Sep2016 = intro to read aloud challenge (slides 14-25)
read from "The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind"
curiosity - empathy - humor?






Tr15Sep2016 = read from "The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind"


Fr16Sep2016 = Community Day - HmRm all day - no class(es)


Mo19Sep2016 =


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

10 Realities About Bullying at School and Online - KQED (local PDF)

How to Develop a School Culture That Helps Curb Bullying - KQED (local PDF)

How Educators Can Help Stop Bullying - KQED (local PDF)

HOM - GMS - MARAE - VISD

Classroom Operating Principles / Behaviors of Successful Learners

(HoM - Empathy)

OlweusData2014-2015

BullyingQuizGame-2016

GoNoodle every test day
(what to avoid;>) (& how:>) (so just relax;>) (you are trailblazers;>) (GoNoodle.com)


 

(OSPI Student Led Conference Resources)
OSPI Student Led Portfolio Conference Video Resources

OSPI Navigation 101 College & Career Readiness Resources

OSPI Navigation 101 Portal

OSPI MS + HS Technical Support

(McM Student Led Conference Resources 2012) - 2015-16 CheckList & Masters
- SLC Activities
- CheckList - Masters - YouTube Demo - "High School Ready Fall 2012"

(SLC √list & OverView)

SLC - Practice


(BrainDrain;>)


RunUp 2016


Mondays = HmRm activities (Olweus, Student Led Conferences, etc.)
Tuesdays - Fridays = sustained silent reading w/response 
or
{pdf (CS UnPlugged) doc} descrete math direct instruction


Math is Cool / Math Olympiad / Math Counts
Sustained Silent Reading & Response (SSRR)
Student Led Conferences
Olweus Anti-Bullying / School Climate
Assembly Prep / ReCap

Math Competetion Materials & URLs


 


 




new schedule . . . as of Mo07Dec2015 . . .

Mondays = HmRm activities (Olweus, Student Led Conferences, etc.)
Tuesdays - Fridays = sustained silent reading w/response 
or
{pdf (CS UnPlugged) doc} descrete math direct instruction

 . . . until informed otherwise by Ms. Granum of other math competetion activities supported

new schedule, if we get a 4th 6th grade student committment to atend the President;s Day Break competetion:

Mondays = HmRm activities (Olweus, Student Led Conferences, etc.)
Tuesdays + Wednesdays = 6th. grade Math is Cool practice & pull outs or sustained silent reading w/response 
Thursdays + Fridays = direct instruction in descrete math {pdf (CS UnPlugged) doc} or sustained silent reading w/response 


Ms. Granum will be working on the registration for Gr6 MiC, and getting volunteers to take the 6th grade to the MIC competetion.

Apparently math olympiad is not a desired compitition. It happens so late in the spring and I had a hard time rounding up people to go.

Ms. Granum will take over the 6th grade compititions.


From Mr. Rogers:

Here is a message I got about MIC for 6th graders, and then some. Looks like 6th grade MIC is Feb 19 and registration deadline is 1/22. I will be retiring from the math coaching business after this week, at least for now.

Should there be a new parent or other volunteer in search of some advice, I’d be happy to talk to them.

We presently have 3 6th grade students committed to attending the MiC competetion during President's Day Break. We need a 4th to field a team. Mr. Daniels is sending out another appeal to all 6th grade math classes.

If we get a 4th student committment to attend the competetion, we will have 6th grade MiC practices in Justin's HmRm. Tuesdays & Wednesdays, with discrete math direct instruction Thursdays & Fridays for any interested. Sustained Silent Reading continues otherwise in each student's homeroom.



SoS -


Attached please find a copy of the "I Am Strong" script they'll be following, as well as instructions for the game they'll be leading, re: the "Sources of Strength Wheel". These are provided for teacher information; students will come prepared with their own materials.

What is Sources of Strength, you ask? It's a peer-leadership program designed to develop student awareness of areas of resiliency that they already utilize and can help each other access through connection with trusted adults. It focuses on 8 areas that contribute to a person's ability to stay strong, or recover well, when things get tough.

The areas are:
1) Medical Access
2) Mental Health
3) Family Support
4) Positive Friends
5) Mentors
6) Healthy Activities
7) Generosity
8) Spirituality



Weekly Schedule (excepting block/PDD weeks, which have no home room Thursdays, or other special schedules as they are announced):

Mondays
Tuesdays
Wednesdays
Thursdays
Fridays
HmRm Activities
1) Student Led Conferences

2) Olweus / School Climate

4) Assembly Prep / ReCap

Math Practice WS in Lab = Gr6 PullOuts & HmRm in Lab - (WorkSheets)
&
HmRm Reading Choice = Commons
1) SchoolWide Shared
2) Sustained Silent Reading & Response (SSRR)

Math Practice WS in Lab = Gr6 PullOuts & HmRm in Lab -
(Discussion)

&
HmRm Reading Choice = Commons
1) SchoolWide Shared
2) Sustained Silent Reading & Response (SSRR)

Math WS√ & Discuss
Gr7 PullOuts &
Gr6+7 HmRm in Lab

(WorkSheets)
&
Gr8=HmRm+PullOuts in MPR w/Mr. Rogers
&
HmRm Reading
Choice = Commons

1) SchoolWide Shared
2) Sustained Silent Reading & Response

Math WS√ & Discuss
Gr7 PullOuts &
Gr6+7 HmRm in Lab

(Discussion)
&
Gr8=HmRm+PullOuts in MPR w/Mr. Rogers
&
HmRm Reading
Choice = Commons

1) SchoolWide Shared
  2) Sustained Silent Reading & Response


 


Weekly Activity Matrix by Grade & HomeRoom Status:

Mondays
Tuesdays
Wednesdays
Thursdays
Fridays
Gr6  HomeRoom
HmRm Activities
Math Practice WS in Lab
or
Reading Choice in Commons
Math WS√ & Discuss in Lab
or
Reading Choice in Commons
Math WS√ & Discuss in Lab
or
Reading Choice in Commons
Math WS√ & Discuss in Lab
or
Reading Choice in Commons
Gr6 PullOuts
HmRm Activities in Nml. HmRms
Math Practice WS in Lab
Math WS√ & Discuss in Lab
SSR in Normal HomeRooms
SSR in Normal HomeRooms
Gr7 HomeRoom
HmRm Activities
Math Practice WS in Lab
or
Reading Choice in Commons
Math Practice WS in Lab
or
Reading Choice in Commons
Math WS√ & Discuss in Lab
or
Reading Choice in Commons
Math WS√ & Discuss in Lab
or
Reading Choice in Commons
Gr7 PullOuts
HmRm Activities in Nml. HmRms
SSR in Normal HomeRooms
SSR in Normal HomeRooms
Math Practice WS in Lab
Math WS√ & Discuss in Lab
Gr8 HomeRoom
HmRm Activities
Math Practice WS in Lab
or
Reading Choice in Commons
Math Practice WS in Lab
or
Reading Choice in Commons
Math WS√ & Discuss in MPR
or
Reading Choice in Commons
Math WS√ & Discuss in MPR
or
Reading Choice in Commons
Gr8 PullOuts
HmRm Activities in Nml. HmRms
SSR in Normal HomeRooms
SSR in Normal HomeRooms
Math WS√ & Discuss in MPR
Math WS√ & Discuss in MPR

 


Math Rosters:

HomeRoom
PullOuts
comitted to competetion & Parent Help?
(Yes - Maybe - No)

Gr6

19 total

1) Edwards, Braden
2) Grossman, Blake
3) Hawkins, Alyssa
4) Kirkawa, Liam
5) Moon, Shanikai
6) Stahl, Levi
7) Stricherz, Guy
8) VanBuren, Baker
1) Bell, Alex
2) Clegg, Aaron
3) Grant, Simon
4) Hecht, Caleb
5) Huffman, Tyler
6) Kelly, Davis
7) Papa, Julia
8) Stream, Jarem
9) Trujillo, Santiago
10) Wass de Czege, Jewel

1) Grossman, Blake - M
2) Krikawa, Liam - M
3) Stahl, Levi - M
4) Stricherz, Guy - M
5) VanBuren, Baker - Y

Gr7

24 total

1) Carroll, Grace
2) Mildon, Lyra
3) Radford, Ty
4) Schoenberg, Lucas
5) Small, Ryan
1) Boyes, Penelope
2) Burke, Taylor
3) Canterbury, Eli
4) Cummings, Kincaid
5) Enson-Overstreet, Kolio
6) Escavado, Isaac
7) Gagner, Xavier
8) Gill, Mead
9) Huffington, Eli
10) Means, Logan
11) Mediaville, Bella
12) Moore, Levi
13) Krikawa, Sophia
14) Ryan, Corrine
15) Stromberg, Siena
16) Tamsen, Henry
17) VanDusen, Zack
18) Yarkin, Ella
19) Zellerhoff, Henry
1) Boyes, Penelope
2) Carroll, Grace - M
3) Escavado, Isaac
4) Means, Logan - N
5) Mentink, Chance -NEW
6) Radford, Ty - N
7) Schoenberg, Lucas - N
8) Small, Ryan - M
9) Stromberg, Siena - N
10) VanDusen, Zack - N
18) Yarkin, Ella - N

Gr8

14 total

1) Flanagin, Gabe
2) Hitchcock, Alex
3) Kraabel, Nick
4) Krutikova, Sofia
5) Profit, Sam
6) Robertson, Sean
7) Rogers, Hank
1) Green ,Keeley
2) Queenann, Abby
3) Marquez - Twisdale, Jordi
4) Kelly, Kate
5) Battisti, Maggie
6) Wiegner, Joel
7) Stephanick, Evan
1) Kelly, Kate - N
2) Profit, Sam - N

3) Robertson, Sean - M
4) Wiegner, Joel