THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK
Dr. Ruby Payne (2003) points out that education and relationships are the two forces that help move students out of poverty and increase student achievement. Dr. Dagget (2005) points out that for engaging students at the highest level of Bloom’s taxonomy and the most challenging levels of application, relationships are “critical.” Reinforcing the belief that relationships are imperative for inspiration. We have the power to inspire. Utilizing data additionally provides insight on what we need to target to meet the needs of individual students. We have the power to create a positive environment, one that fosters growth, invites participation, and inspires curiosity. The hope is that we will honor our power and wield it wisely.
LEAD ON HURRICANES!!!!
LEADERSHIP AND LITERACY
Danielle Hendry, Leadership Notebooks & Activities
Erika Shanoff, One Book One School
Diane Taylor, Project Wisdom
NO Update this week due to testing
Diane Taylor, DE; EOC; FCAT Paper-Pencil
Mary Chavers, FCAT 2.0 Computer Based
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Instructional Coaches: Gundal, Shanoff, Fisher
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FOR THE LOVE OF DATA
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- CLICK HERE to Check out the Happenings on the Hurricane Weekly!
- Faculty Meeting, Monday, December 16, 2013, 8:30 am , in the media center
- Holiday Breakfast, catered by WSHS Culinary Program, Wednesday, December 18, 2013, at 8:15am in media center. Our Employee and Teacher of the Year will be recognized.
- CLICK HERE for 21st Century Update
- The holidays can be a particularly challenging time for many families. If you know of a student whose family is in need during the holidays, please pass that information along to Ms. Hendry or Ms. Callovi.
- IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Semester 2 Bell Schedule- NOTE THE TUESDAY CHANGE
HAVE A GREAT WEEK HURRICANES!!!