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Oct. Meeting 2017

October SIT Meeting Minutes


10-23-17 3:00


In attendance: DeAnne Law, Bonnie Harrell, Candis Coble, Toshuka Morle, Marvin Moore, Crystal Brown-Williams, Chastity Ramsey, Lindley Guri, Wilnie Angibeau-Hunter, Sonya Arnold, Nick Anderson, Karen Puckett, Jocelyn Watkins

  1. SIP: Review Calendar and discuss upcoming deadlines

Review SIP objective assignments Jarvis

  • “SIT Objectives to Complete” document sent out. Moore met with someone, shared that State can see our agendas and documents as we put them in Indistar, so make sure it is professional. Make sure to include parent involvement/engagement, make sure parents have a way to be engaged in what we are doing. Newsletters home, Class Dojo, but must be able to be documented. Moore proposed a monthly grade level newsletter to send home to parents. Can be put on Dojo, but keep a hard copy for artifacts. Dr. Jarvis will need to change the goal in SIP from weekly to monthly. Document all meetings, etc, preferably with google docs, so that the artifacts can be added to the SIP.
  • A2.04 - discussed the goals, seems too lofty, that is 16 units a year. Moore will try to give planning time because the consensus was that we do not have the common time together to plan. Team agreed that the goal of at a minimum, 1 math and 1 reading unit per year is more attainable.
  • A4.01 - training will be provided by December, teachers will submit guided reading lessons for artifacts, Moore will upload pictures that he takes during walkthroughs, Troutman’s training with the TAs
  • A4.06 Responsive Classroom training coming up on Monday, yoga training, Law doing small groups/emotional well-being. Need to set up time with Moore to do a staff training on student emotional well-being. Date will need to be moved back to reflect that training has not happened yet.
  • B1.01 SIT agendas, screenshot of calendar. Moore added to make sure you are going over SIT team minutes with your grade level
  • B2.03 Established, last month voting and template put in place
  • B3.03 PLCs, data meetings after TE21, may be able to combine with post-conference. Guri asked about when we will get the scores/how to get them, will email Brown-Williams to ask. Harris and Jarvis have links to PLCs, google docs, and links are shared. Walkthrough feedback was not acting correctly, but Moore and Brown-Williams will screenshot their screens and send them to make sure that you are receiving the correct information.
  • C2.01 School Leadership Team meets to re-discuss minutes and goals for SIP. Moore stated that he needs teacher leaders to allow other teachers to come into the room and watch guided reading/math.
  • C3.04 Staff celebrations, weekly, Moore is appreciative of what we are doing. News links can be uploaded as an artifact.
  • E1.06 Title I meetings have been done
  • Try to get as much information as possible in so that we can finish off these goals
  • Law said that MTSS will not be rolled out yet, the December training will not happen. She will not be able to do the training until next year.


Plan for E1.06 https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/15YBrnuKsUsvItXk8hM_jGAeiUfO9oGHCbNVZ-Gv9Sgo/edit?usp=sharing

Puckett asks that any documentation be added in. Plug information into Schoology or email her.


  1. Old Business


  1. Literacy Agenda Items:

Instructional time is different this year, enhancement schedule is 5 days a week instead of 3. Harris should have spoken to every grade level about 3 rotations per day instead of 5. Mini-lesson, rotate at least 3 times for 25 minutes. Lowest group meet with them daily. Guided Reading, Guided Extension, you pick the other, or menu. 3 guided groups a day. 1 rotation can be used for progress monitoring, try to do 1-2 daily. No one observing you will say anything about progress monitoring during this time. 5th Grade asked when their TRCs will be done, Law, Jarvis, and Puckett are working on it, Moore may provide a day.

TRC data: Where they come to us is never where they finish. Kindergarten 74% below grade level, 1st grade 50% below grade level. Good instruction happening. 3rd Grade has some 5s on BOG, kids are getting better because of quality instruction. Behavior is another key component. 4 referrals that were direct teacher referrals, 2 were same kid. Troutman and Prep are working, small group and quality instruction are working. Scores should be better because we can teach more. Relationships matter. Mrs. Harrell, Ms. Law, Ms. Puckett doing a wonderful job getting resources for our school. Things we are doing in our building are working, Moore making connections because he can talk about what we are doing well.

Math: Be sure you are using the new Math Paradigm. Everyone is expected to be doing Number Talks and Math Talks according to the information provided in the Math Paradigm, during PLC discussions, and in the reading materials provided by Dr. Jarvis. While Vocabulary is not a required math work station, it is important to include it several times a week as a requirement.

  1. Safety:


  1. Parent Involvement:

Curriculum Night-


  1. Data: TRC, Achieve 3000, TE 21, Attendance, Discipline


  1. Important Dates:

Fall Gala will be Nov. 16th, Grade Levels will have stations that they will be running. Puckett will send sign up list out. Grade Levels will charge for games, they get to keep the money for the grade level. Don’t charge more than about 50cents per game. Moore will work out logistics with PTA.


Sign up for activities on this link: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1dY_Hqvtw-mngAlZSDwMIfnd3c8hwyE6tcwD9OuLTAxo/edit?usp=sharing

  1. Other

*Smart Goals

S - specific, significant, stretching

M - measurable, meaningful, motivational

A - agreed upon, attainable, achievable, acceptable, action-oriented

R - realistic, relevant, reasonable, rewarding, results-oriented

T - time-based, time-bound, timely, tangible, trackable


Nov. Meeting 2017

November SIT Meeting Minutes


11-6-17 3:00


In attendance: Marvin Moore, Leah Law, Chastity Ramsey, Toshuka Morle, Wilnie Hunter, Nita Jarvis, Kristen Harris, Nick Anderson, Lindley Guri, Kristen Smith, Karen Puckett, Jocelyn Watkins

  1. SIP: Review Calendar and discuss upcoming deadlines

Jarvis needs: interventionist training logs from Troutman, training on PBIS from Brown-Williams, SIT on the website (Anderson), list of chairpersons for each team/committee that we have at school (Brown-Williams), copy of this year’s observation/walk-through log/calendar (Admin), PTA Calendar for the year (Moore)

We need to add new objectives. When one rotates off, another goes on; we always have 12. We need 4 new ones. Jarvis proposed

A2.05: all teachers develop lesson plans based on units of instruction (something we already do).

A3.05 assess students 3 times yearly on standards based objectives.

A4.16 School develops and implements consistent, intentional plans for transitions from PreK to K and 5th to middle school. Moore mentioned also doing 2 to 3.

B3.01 monitor progress of extended learning time programs (after-school tutoring and Saturday school).


  1. Old Business

Last meeting was 2 weeks ago, so we do not need to review. Curriculum Night was a success, good feedback from parents, good information


  1. Literacy Agenda Items:

Stay the course with blended learning paradigm, stay on top of progress monitoring K-5, not just MClass, any instruction make sure you are monitoring to make sure students are at or above grade level. RAZ Kids especially in 4-5, make sure you are using the correlation charts for levels. For Math, TE-21 data, CFAs by grade level, NC Check-ins, Schoolnet. Push writing across the curriculum: writing journals in math/science, vocabulary (great equalizer).

Moore met with Kindergarten. Because we are a Restart school, we have different opportunities.It gives us the flexibility to do and try things differently in order for us to make growth. To get out of Restart we have to exceed growth or make a C. KEA came up, Moore considered pros and cons with Kindergarten, Reading Coach, and SIT. It has been decided to not use KEA this school year.


  1. Safety: xs

Everyone needs to be on high-alert, especially during the holiday season. Make sure that parents are stopping by the office. During the instructional day, there shouldn’t be anyone without an escort in the hallways/classrooms, even with badges.

During recess, make sure you go to your assigned areas. The entire grade level should not be in the same area. Teachers do not have recess when students do; make sure you are monitoring your students. Separate yourselves so that students are visible from all areas.

Lockdown drills went well the other day. Everyday, and especially during lockdowns, your front door needs to stay locked. If someone is in the building that doesn’t need to be, unlocked doors are easy access. It is good practice, especially since people have ipads, purses, etc. When you leave your room, make sure it is locked. Doors do not have to be closed, just locked. Outdoor windows need to be open so help can see in. Windows for the door need to be covered. Make sure to step out in the hallway to check. Key needs to check 3rd bathroom, Brown needs to check 4-5 bathroom, Evans check 2nd bathroom. Pull kids in that are in the hallway. Red safety folders for everyone: these will contain class rosters and emergency information. These will also be provided to Enhancement teachers. They will be located near your exit door for quick and easy access. Update roster monthly with new kids/kids that have moved. Put parent information so that parents can be contacted and keep it updated. Information should be available through PowerSchool. Should have in time for November fire drill; make sure to take it with you.

  1. Parent Involvement:

Harvest Gala - November 15. Every grade level will have activities/games to earn money for grade level. Sign up Google sheet: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1dY_Hqvtw-mngAlZSDwMIfnd3c8hwyE6tcwD9OuLTAxo/edit?usp=sharing

Admission - $2

Tickets will be bought and spent with the grade level. Grade level keeps tickets and cashes in with the PTA at the end of the night.

Reach out to parents for conferences, especially for struggling students. Mrs. Harrell’s job includes helping parents get transportation for conferences, so let her know if you need help.


  1. Data:

The District Data Meeting will be this Wednesday at 1:00. The data points will be TE21, mclass, and NC Check-ins. If the grade level representative for the Data Team has questions they should see Mrs. Brown-Williams. Use the mean for the overall area.


  1. Important Dates:

Samaritan’s Feet - Thursday, November 9. Paper will be sent home Tuesday, Nov. 7 for parents who want to opt out. All teachers, please help your students to understand how to be polite and thankful for what they receive. Part of our job is to teach students how to be gracious and appreciative. Mrs. Troutman suggested doing a writing activity before to say, “Thank you” to those who provided the shoes. Tie it in with our PBIS character trait for the month: Kindness.

  1. Other

Ask Rita Foil about the opt out for social media pictures.

*Smart Goals

S - specific, significant, stretching

M - measurable, meaningful, motivational

A - agreed upon, attainable, achievable, acceptable, action-oriented

R - realistic, relevant, reasonable, rewarding, results-oriented

T - time-based, time-bound, timely, tangible, trackable


Dec. Meeting 2017

December 4, 2017 SIT Meeting Agenda

12-4-17 3:00

In attendance: Moore, Arnold, Guri, Watkins, Brown-Williams, Puckett, Harrell, Anderson, Jarvis, Law, Coble, Ramsey

I.SIP: Review Calendar and discuss upcoming deadlines

Present updated SIP. Dr Jarvis discussed completed goals and upcoming deadlines. Review new objectives and activities.

New objectives:

A1.07

All teachers employ effective classroom management and reinforce classroom rules and procedures by positively teaching them.

A2.05

ALL teachers develop weekly lesson plans based on aligned units of instruction.

A3.04

Unit pre-tests and post-tests results are reviewed by the Instructional Teams to make decisions about curriculum and instructional plans and to flag students in need of intervention or enrichment.

A3.05

The school assesses each student at least 3 times each year to determine progress toward standard-based objectives.

A4.16

The school develops and implements consistent, intentional, and on-going plans to support student transitions for grade-to-grade and level-to-level.

The team provided additional suggestions for actions for this indicator.

B3.01

The LEA/School monitors progress of the extended learning time programs and strategies being implemented, and uses data to inform modifications.

All members approved the new items to be added to the School Improvement Plan. Anderson will add a link for the guest view of the SIP to the school website.

  1. Old Business

III.Literacy Agenda Item

Blended Learning - Not an Option!

Whole group is allowable for mini-lessons, number talks, etc., but the entire 90 minutes should not be whole group. Plan for blended learning and small groups, incorporating writing and vocabulary. Mandatory. There should always be plans for that day when admin comes around to do walk-throughs. Planbooks should be updated for each day.

PD days and Math Training

Trainings with Dr. Watkins are going well. Moore’s goal is to make sure teachers get training/PD during the day every 6 weeks.

Survey (staff and student surveys)

4th-5th should have gotten an email from Panorama about student surveys. This is not a tool that will be used for evaluations/observations, it is just a tool to talk about how things are going in individual classes.

CFA’s - make sure every 2 weeks you can bring CFAs using TE21 to PLCs/create them in PLCs, use them with consistency

Global Modules- everyone school-wide needs to make sure that these are completed. Next due date is in January. Puckett will send a reminder email. Isenberg is a diverse group, and our students deserve to be exposed to a global education. Puckett recommended Spanish courses at RCCC to help teachers understand their students.

Please have your grade levels take a look at this presentation regarding 2 resources paid for by the district (PBL Project and Big Universe) and sign off on last slide (individually) that they have read it.

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1sDPj9a7fr4Bimr68hKSb7Agt_0tu4qO422C5ZUOYs-0/edit?usp=sharing

Sign off on the final slide that you have reviewed the information.

Anderson will send an email asking about the app(Big Universe), because there have been issues with students logging in.

  1. Safety:Internet Safety: add something to lesson plans before breaks to let students know how to stay safe on the internet. Anderson will get updates if they download inappropriate items, but not if they look at them. School filters are on the iPads. Try to be as proactive as possible and teach kids safety.

Care Team: If you notice that students are acting “off”, changes in behavior, let Harrell/Moore/Law/Brown-Williams know so that they can investigate the situation. Be attentive to what is going on with your students. As a state employee you cannot withhold information. You are required to report and it should come from the adult who knows the information. All adults need to be mindful of the environment in which they are discussing these types of issues so that information is not shared that should not be shared.

PREP: Use the PREP program as it was designed to be used. Teach your behaviors in class, use your classroom management system, but do utilize PREP.

These two forms need to go home with students:

Release of student Work to Webpages & Media Form: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1uZ7locjYrNfx958aiBZx3AHUcUNEK1_8/view?usp=sharing

Student Directory Limitation (Opt out) Form: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1m6Wus7U85r26aVxonw5-r8WFvAG2cIp3/view?usp=sharing

Office will make copies to send home on a Wednesday before Christmas.

  1. Parent Involvement: Curriculum Night feedback: survey will be sent out to the parents. Survey will be sent to teachers as well to see what they need. Make sure that you address the “norms” in the survey, not the outliers.

Monthly Newsletters- Standards to be covered for weekly content areas, important dates for the month, Student highlights

  1. Data: TE21: Review data with Harris and Jarvis. Anderson created a Podcast on how to create and review TE21 tests.
  1. Important Dates:

A.December 12 Volunteer Holiday Celebration at 10:30 in Media Center. Can any classes perform for this???? Ms. Price can work with some students on Christmas songs.

B.Service Above Self Dec. 7, 2017 @ Catawba College 6:30

C.Comforting the Community w/Blankets for the Homeless Dec. 11, 2017 @ 2:30(p) - 5:00(p)

D.Catawba Basketball Mentors will be on campus Dec. 12. Send some names of male students in grades 2 - 5 that would like to eat lunch with them 11:00(a) - 11:50(a)

E.K-2 (9:15- 9:45) & 3-5 (10:00-10:30) Dodgeball game with Catawba basketball coaches & players for Gator Cards Dec. 15, 2017

F.Day party for Achieve 3000/Smarty Ants Dec. 15, 2017

G.Gator Den open on Dec. 15th

H.Catawba Basketball game for all 3-5 kids who meet the Achieve 3000 goal. December 19th 11:00am - 2:00pm (Moore will schedule coverage for teachers having planning that day)

I.First United Methodist will hand out the Love Bags on Dec. 20th

J.Dec. 18-20 PBIS Winter Spirit Week

      1. Monday: A Long Winter’s Nap PJs
      2. Tuesday: Ugly Sweater Day
      3. Wednesday: The Best Gift is You (dress like a gift)
  1. Other

Would anyone like to act as Student Government Association advisor this year? Here’s the SGA constitution: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B23H9Q3oMwHjNVZ5TFBEQTJvMVU/view?usp=sharing

Moore agreed to take over.

Yearbook is currently $17. The price will go up to $20 on January 1. Ordering information https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B23H9Q3oMwHjc3I5TF9Nay1NN3c

Advertise as a “Christmas Special” since the price will go up in January, tweet, put on the marquise, ConnectEd, classroom newsletters/Dojo, school website, etc.

Clubs after Christmas: Could we just do Wednesday clubs (if all advisors agree) EVERY Wednesday throughout February and March? Some teachers will have SAT on Wednesdays, Moore brought up that advisors can decide what day their clubs will meet. Puckett asked that advisors take more control over their permission slips and dates. Pucket will send the information to Dr. Gardner, will create a google doc to communicate. Club advisors will need to inform the cafeteria how many students are staying for their club and on what day. Make sure that club members are going to get their supper before coming to clubs (2:30-2:45).



Adjourned: 4:15

Next Meeting: January 8, 2018

Jan. Meeting 2018

January 16, 2018 SIT Meeting Agenda

1-16-18 3:00

In attendance: Law, Guri, Morle, Hunter, Coble, Harris, Moore, Puckett, Anderson, Brown-Williams, Ramsey, Watkins

I.SIP: Review Calendar and discuss upcoming deadlines

Feedback from the State-very positive - https://drive.google.com/open?id=1hGYP5JvyFhOiNuOg0M-yITIpYROAVn8g

A2.04-Unit plans-2 per year-1 ELA and 1 Math-due by end of year-limited progress towards this goal-All teachers are supposed to have 1 ELA unit and 1 Math unit completed. Math units were begun on the Planning Day but they were not completed.

C2.01-short and long term professional development plan-overdue-Admin Team just needs to meet and get this done.

E1.06-overdue-plans, dates, and agendas for Title I meetings for the year-Dr. Jarvis has some of this. She will let Mrs. Troutman and Mr. Moore know what else is needed.

  1. Old Business

Participate Modules - Twitter chat Jan. 17 from 8:00-8:30! #CollaborativePD https://twitter.com/JenWilliamsEdu/status/953253856158285824

PBLs

  1. Literacy Agenda Item:

A.Achieve 3000 - 2-5 will have a different model to work with, students are reading the articles but not passing the assignments. There will be a cap on how many students can attempt. Students will read 3-6 a week. The average of their articles needs to be 75%. For the reward party, it will be that times the number of weeks. Someone will come into the classes by the beginning of next week to explain this to the children. School got the district banner/award! Students should have at least 20 minutes a day to do Achieve 3000.

B. Vocabulary - We must make sure we are doing more with vocabulary in our lessons. Anderson will be working with us for PD on how to use technology to build vocabulary. Spelling/Vocabulary weekly is ok, but there are better ways to get kids to use vocabulary in writing and speaking.

C. PBL’s/ Current Events - Kids are expected to do PBLs district-wide. Meet with grade levels and discuss what PBLs can be done for the units you are working on. At individual data meetings, be prepared to discuss which ones you have done/plan to do. See Anderson, Jarvis, Puckett for help if needed. 2 per year.

D.Blended Paradigm - Everyone should be in full group rotation model guided math/reading.

  1. Safety:

A.Student Dress and Attire - Assess children’s clothing as they are coming in, make sure they are dressed appropriately for the weather. Be alert to signs/signals that something may not be right.

B.Visitors in the building - Parents may come in, eat with kids, but they do not need to be in your room without going to the office first and without a scheduled conference. Anytime anyone comes to your room, you are responsible for them (ie lockdown situations, etc.). Do not put yourself in an unsafe situation.

C.Student information and Confidentiality - Mrs. Hartsfield has sent out forms to update student information.

D.Cyber Safety - Use the tools you have at your disposal (apple classroom, guided access, self service, etc.) to keep your kids safe and make sure they are doing what they are supposed to be doing.

  1. Parent Involvement:

A.PTA Events - PTA calendar will be coming out for the rest of the year.

B.Test Proctors - We need as many proctors as possible, so if you know anyone that would be a good fit for the school (parents, etc), let Mrs. Brown-Williams know.

  1. Data:

A.Individual Data meeting dates - These will be sent out Friday. Ms. Harris is working on the information that will need to be shared at these meetings. Goal is to start meetings next week. PDPs need to be completed as well.

B.NCFE - NCFE is SS and Science in 4th grade and SS in 5th grade tests that are taken at the end of the year. Because of our Restart status, we can opt out of NCFEs. Teachers could create PBLs or Capstone projects to do in place of a final exam. After discussion, 4th and 5th grade teachers have decided they do not want to keep NCFEs.

  1. Important Dates:

A.Black History Program - Friday, February 23 around 1:00, school-wide. If you have anything that you would like to add to the program, let Mr. Moore and/or Mrs. Puckett know

B.Curriculum Night- March 21st 5:30 - 7:00. Performance beforehand from K and 1st. Every grade level should have their 2nd Quarter Global project displayed.

C.Career Day- March, 22nd 8:00 - 11:00ish. Give students access to professionals that they may not come across on a daily basis. If you know any professionals that can participate, let Law and/or Harrell know. Law will send out a Google Doc. for participants and for snacks/food for the presenters.

D.Cultural Appreciation Day - April 24th- Lots of food from different regions given by Nutrition dept., Moore has got passports for the students.

E.Ed Camp - March 24th – Registration @ 8:00 / sessions start at 9:00 / @ Salisbury High School / 4 student leaders speaking (1 session will be “What I wish my teachers knew) / Breakfast & lunch provided / can be used as a trade-off day for a bad weather day - More information forthcoming.

F.Somewhere around Teacher Appreciation Time – May 10th – (a Thursday night) / Have a committee do something where the students do a short video clip on “Why I love my teacher” / Dinner @ Salisbury Mall / choose 2 for our school to be presented at the dinner & those teachers & their spouses/other will be invited to the dinner – Principals will be invited

G.Digital Promise – April 26th (here) – We’ll get about ½ of the visitors (app. 100 – 150) & Rock Hill will have the other ½. Make sure our Marque has “Welcome Digital Promise” during that time. If you would like visitors to come see what you are doing that is technology-related, let Mr. Moore know. http://digitalpromise.org/

  1. Other
  • Have students write thank you notes to St. John’s Lutheran for funding Scholastic books by January 31.
  • Next book fair Feb. 12-21
  • OK for Kindergarten TAs to continue helping during enhancements
  • Who’s figuring out who receives next Achieve bracelets? Mr. Anderson and Mr. Moore will take care of it.
  • Sign up to be after school club advisors -- (note that clubs are for grades 3-5) https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1OLOU8_83oUw-vxDiFL6PskAY7HB4bk0W5xq0OZMCH-w/edit?usp=sharing
  • Herff Jones Yearbook is now $20. Please submit your candid photos to the HJeSHARE app www.hjeshare.com. Our password is GoGators. Mrs. Puckett will let SIT know when these pictures are due by. SIT rep will make sure grade levels know to send pictures to Mr. Anderson for editing.
  • New Library books! Please share with your grade levels. (Please see table below.)

Vendor

Description

Book list link

Links of interest

Bound to Stay Bound

Includes books that have been nominated for the NC Children's Book Awards (NCCBA), American Library Association (ALA) book award winners including the 2017 Caldecott, Newbery, Coretta Scott King, Theodore Seuss Giesel, and Pura Bel Pre Award winners and honor books.

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1SYZ1AGVO4a9SpPbszLE_cYDD9mbyzbA5

NCCBA activity guide:

http://nccba.blogspot.com/p/we-are-very-pleased-to-announce.html

ALA winners 2017:

http://www.ala.org/alsc/2017-alsc-book-media-award-winners

Follet Library Sources

Includes titles that have been requested by students and staff to support the curriculum including collections of Aesops fables, multicultural books, grammar-focused books, and character education books. The list also includes book sets from popular children’s series including Nancy Drew, Amelia Bedelia, Keena Ford, and Jackie Ha Ha; 35 ebooks -- mostly high interest, but some with curricular focus; a DVD of children’s classic Charlotte’s Web; replacement of damaged popular or well-reviewed books, etc.

Print: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1vr5swjm0NjOD8krAo1ATDFaBa6XVV2VC

More Print: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1ZYrVczhBIl7lD6pbt997MPEU-dahUUHO

Ebooks: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1NR7304DEpbcYQ_kqPtJBKOjKuTMfpgyj/view?usp=sharing

Junior Library Guild: (waiting for order?)

Monthly subscription where we will receive the latest well reviewed titles in children’s literature. We will receive 1 book from each of 5 categories: nonfiction early elementary, easy reading plus, independent readers, intermediate readers, elementary science

JLG webpage: https://www.juniorlibraryguild.com

Nonfiction Early Elementary: https://www.juniorlibraryguild.com/books/level/?level=NEK

Easy Reading Plus: https://www.juniorlibraryguild.com/books/level/?level=Ep

Independent Readers: https://www.juniorlibraryguild.com/books/level/?level=I

Intermediate Readers: https://www.juniorlibraryguild.com/books/level/?level=A

Elementary Science: https://www.juniorlibraryguild.com/books/level/?level=SCEp

  • NC Check-ins next week, Feb 5 will begin ACCESS testing for ESL students. Dibels and DORF need to be done for our school by the 22nd, for the district they absolutely must be done by the 24th.

Adjourned: 4:08

Next Meeting: February 5, 2018

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