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LEADSeries: Hurricanes continue to STORM!~Week 14

Hello Hurricanes!!!! This Week’s  STORM TALK”  spotlights BETA!

THANK YOU to all the students on the BETA team and faculty who participated and supported them in the BETA competition! The students really showcased their multiple talents and STORMed throughout the competition! Way to go, Hurricanes!

CONTINUE TO STORM, Hurricanes!

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No PBS Update this week

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TEACHER SHOUT OUTS: #BringittoLIFE

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Mr. Miro, Mr. Anderson, and Ms. Sirmeyer synergize with their many talents and the students in Ms. Sirmeyer’s Leadership Academy! #STORM

Thanks to all the teachers who facilitated the station rotation PD this week!

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ANNOUNCEMENTS 

  • Monday Morning Leadership will be December 5th, at 8:30, in the media center.
  • Casselberry/SSMS Holiday Bicycle Ride, Saturday, December 10th. Festivities start at 4pm and the ride starts promptly at 6pm.
  • Class Athlete Holiday Festival and Family Engagement Event will be Sunday, December 11th, from 1:00-4:00, at SSMS
  • Movie Family Engagement Night will be December 15th, from 4:30-7:00.
  • FDLRS Teaching Students with Disabilities Online Module is available in this short video from DTL at http://www.fl-pda.org. The video link is http://vimeo.com/113935831.

HAVE A STORMing Thanksgiving Break and STAY SAFE!!!!!

 
 

LEADseries: Meet Our New Hurricanes~Week 13

Hello Hurricanes!!!! This Week’s  STORM TALK”  spotlights Sharon Rutherford, ESE teacher.

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Tell us about your family. I have twins, Nichole and James (Nichole is four minutes older than James) are 24 years old and my younger son Jesse is 22 years old. They attended Casselberry Elementary, South Seminole Middle, Lyman High School and presently Seminole State College. All three of my children received the Take Stock In Children’s Scholarship through Seminole County Public Schools!

What is something that most people don’t know about you? I attended Chef School at Culinary Institute in Long Island, New York, and was a Pastry Chef. In college I invested four years in learning Sign Language and I am fluent in sign language. I dress up in character costumes, host children’s parties, and face paint happy faces!

Describe what makes you happy. I enjoy cooking holiday, birthday, and family meals with specialty desserts! We enjoy our time together, reminisce about childhood memories, and share our future dreams together! I enjoy scrapbooking and making creative family photo albums.

What brought you to education? Becoming involved in my children’s education and volunteering at my children’s schools inspired me begin a career in education. I have worked as an Exceptional Education Paraprofessional at South Seminole Middle School for fourteen years and Casselberry Extended Day for ten years. This motivated me to continue further and graduate from the Education Preparation Institute program at Seminole State College. I continued the momentum at South Seminole Middle School, became an Exceptional Education Support Facilitation teacher and work at 21st Century after school program!

Tell us about your previous career. I owned and operated a Ladies Consignment Clothing Store in Casselberry for 20 years. It was a valuable experience to grow my own business and serve the Casselberry community and surrounding areas.

CONTINUE TO STORM, Ms. Rutherford!

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No AIP Updates this week.

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CLICK HERE FOR THIS WEEK HURRICANE WEEKLY! 

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TEACHER SHOUT OUTS: #BringittoLIFE

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CONGRATULATIONS to our teacher of the year, Ms. Stalker, and our employee of the year, Ms. Medlin! You exemplify our leadership focus, continuously STORM, and we are thrilled you are representing SSMS! 

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ANNOUNCEMENTS 

HAVE A STORMing Thanksgiving Break and STAY SAFE!!!!!

 
 

LEADseries: Celebrating our Veterans~Week 12

Hello Hurricanes!!!! This Week’s  STORM TALK”  spotlights  our Veterans.

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On Veteran’s Day, we would like to honor our very own Hurricane Veterans, Chief Jackson, Ms. Casiano, Mr. Surdovel, Mr. Fogel, Mr. Cudney, and Ms. Ellerbe! THANK YOU for the service you and your families have sacrificed for our country! In honor of Veteran’s Day, our SSMS band and chorus students performed with Casselberry Elementary chorus at their Veteran’s Day celebration and our JROTC performed a ceremony in honor of our Veterans! #LEAD #STORM

CONTINUE TO STORM, Hurricanes!

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CLICK HERE FOR OUR WILDLY IMPORTANT GOAL

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CLICK HERE for the 11-11-16 PBS Updates

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SIGN UP for the PD selection menu of your choice: http://tinyurl.com/SSMSPD

CLICK HERE FOR THIS WEEKS HURRICANE WEEKLY! 

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TEACHER SHOUT OUTS: #BringittoLIFE

Thanks to everyone who made Magnet Night such a success! What a great night to showcase our Leadership and Global Connections programs!

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Students participate in a mock election through their Social Studies classes as they cast their votes for the 2016 Election candidates!

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SSMS Casselberry “Cops vs. Students” basketball game to support the Casselberry Food Pantry! #STORM #LEAD #buildingrelationships #communityinvolvement

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ANNOUNCEMENTS 

HAVE A STORMING WEEKEND EVERYONE and STAY SAFE!!!!!

 
 

LEADSeries: Hurricanes continue to STORM!~Week 11

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Winter Springs High School JROTC gives a refresher class on Leadership for SSMS JROTC students and will be back next week for more classes. Mentoring From The Top Down! #STORM #Synergize

CONTINUE TO STORM, Hurricanes!

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CLICK HERE for the 11-4-16 AIP Updates

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Coming Soon….FOR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT CORNER

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TEACHER SHOUT OUTS: #BringittoLIFE

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Students in Mr. Anderson’s science classes have an engaging lesson while going on a scavenger hunt! #scienceisfun

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ANNOUNCEMENTS 

HAVE A STORMING WEEKEND EVERYONE and STAY SAFE!!!!!

 
 

LEADSeries: Hurricanes continue to STORM!

Students in Mr. Surdovel and Mr. Perri’s classes continue to maintain and add additional items to the leadership community garden! Students are learning the fundamentals of gardening from Mr. Ougel, 8th grade guidance counselor, and plan on taking the items grown to learn life-long skills. They plan on cooking the items grown and then have a family engagement night to invite family members to enjoy their cooking masterpieces!

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CONTINUE TO STORM, Hurricanes!

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CLICK HERE FOR OUR WILDLY IMPORTANT GOAL

CLICK HERE for the Lighthouse LEAD Coaching Notes

There are no PBS or AIP updates this week.

Coming Soon….FOR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT CORNER

CHECK OUT THIS WEEKS HURRICANE WEEKLY! 

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TEACHER SHOUT OUTS: #BringittoLIFE

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 6th grade math students are engaged in Differentiated Instruction (DI) learning stations and teacher-led stations. Students were also able to receive independent practice through i-Ready. #STORM #individualizinginstructionbasedneeds

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ANNOUNCEMENTS 

HAVE A STORMING WEEKEND EVERYONE and STAY SAFE!!!!!

 
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LEADSeries: Meet Our New Hurricanes~Week 9

Hello Hurricanes!!!! This Week’s  STORM TALK”  spotlights  Dyniesha Dye, 3D and News Teacher.

Tell us about your favorites. My favorite sport is football because I come from a family full of football players and athletes in general. When it comes to sports, I am just like the guys, focused on the game. Every Monday and Thursday night, Saturdays and Sundays, I am glued to the TV watching football.

What’s the scariest thing you ever did? The scariest thing that I’ve ever done was to go skydiving. Of course, your biggest fear would be dying while trying to do something on your bucket list. However, being the dare devil that I am, I conquered it!

Describe what makes you happy? The thing that makes me the happiest is being able to make others smile. I am such a selfless person that believes in being a servant to others because God blesses those who serve his people.

If you could have dinner with any one person, who would it be and why? If I could have dinner with any one person, it would be First Lady Michelle Obama because I admire her strength. It takes a special and strong individual to stand next to her husband through so much adversity that he endures as being the first black president and having the first black family.

Share with us about your travels. My favorite travel is international because you get to experience different countries and their cultures. I really enjoy going to the Caribbean for the amazing food.

CONTINUE TO STORM, Ms. Dye!

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TEACHER SHOUT OUTS: #BringittoLIFE

Thanks, Mr. DeJesus, for leading student government in creating an AMAZING Fall Festival! Thanks to all of the staff who attended and supported this event to build relationships with your students and the community!

Thanks to the Leadership Notebook Action Team, Ms. Palermo, Mr. Anderson, Ms. McEvoy, and Ms. Williams, for planning and celebrating the 6th grade passport party!  

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Gifted Endorsement Courses

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ANNOUNCEMENTS 

  • Reminder:  Monday Morning Leadership is 10/24/16.
  • 7th Grade Passport party will be Monday, 10/24/16, during Leadership Time.
  • Spirit Week is next week.

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HAVE A STORMING WEEKEND EVERYONE and STAY SAFE!!!!!

 

 
 

LEADSeries: MEET OUR NEW HURRICANES-Week 8

 

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Hello Hurricanes!!!! This Week’s  STORM TALK”  spotlights  Mary Noll, ELA Teacher .

Tell us about your family and where you’re from. My husband and I have been married for 10 years. We have an 8 year old daughter, a 2 year old daughter, two cats, and one dog. I am from Miami which has the largest population of Cubans, outside of Cuba.

What do you like to do in your free time? I like to play with my kids during my free time. When I find fun things in nature to do with my family, I am happy. We just completed a swamp walk last Saturday. We also just received some Monarch butterfly caterpillars and have enjoyed watching their metamorphosis on our back porch.

What volunteer activities are you involved with? My friends and I formed a committee to update the play equipment at Kewannee Park. After months of hard work and determination (including meeting with very powerful government leaders) the plan was approved. Work will begin next month.

What brought you to education? The chance to impact lives.

If you could have dinner with any one person, who would it be and why? Robert Reich because he is a wealth of knowledge.

CONTINUE TO STORM, Ms. Noll!

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CLICK HERE FOR OUR WILDLY IMPORTANT GOAL

CLICK HERE for the Lighthouse LEAD Coaching Notes

CLICK HERE for the 10-14-16 PBS Updates

There is no AIP update this week.

Coming Soon….FOR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT CORNER

CLICK HERE FOR THIS WEEKS HURRICANE WEEKLY! 

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TEACHER SHOUT OUTS: #BringittoLIFE

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Students in Mr. Surdovel and Mr. Perri’s classes begin to plant and maintain the leadership community garden! Students are learning the fundamentals of gardening from Mr. Ougel, 8th grade guidance counselor, and plan on taking the items grown to learn life-long skills. Other student leaders are also synergizing with these classes to make it a collaborative school effort. They plan on cooking the items grown and then have a family engagement night to invite family members to enjoy their cooking masterpieces! Some of the items currently planted are cabbage, broccoli, greens, and brussel sprouts. #STORM

 

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CLICK HERE for Call to Artists

CLICK HERE for National Arts Program Brochure 

CLICK HERE for STEM Expo Flyer

Gifted Endorsement Courses

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ANNOUNCEMENTS

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We wish Ms. Reiss all the best of luck as she moves on to her next endeavor in North Carolina! You will be missed and Continue to STORM, Ms. Reiss! 

HAVE A STORMING WEEKEND EVERYONE and STAY SAFE!!!!!

 

 
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Posted by on 10/14/2016 in LEAD21- SERIES1