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Monthly Archives: November 2017

CONGRATULATIONS to SSMS’s Teacher and Employee of the Year!

Hello Hurricanes!!!! This Week’s  “STORM TALK” features SSMS’s Teacher and Employee of the Year, Mr. DeJesus and Ms. Cordero!

Congratulations, Mr. DeJesus and Ms. Cordero, on being recognized as SSMS’s teacher and employee of the year! #STORMon #LEAD

CONTINUE TO STORM, Hurricanes!

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No PBS or AIP updates this week.

Meeting 1 Aug 16

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TEACHER SHOUT OUTS: #BringittoLIFE

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  • SSMS participated in the Walk for Autism at Cranes Roost. This community service team was sponsored by the Creative Ink Leadership Academy! Thanks, Ms. McEvoy, for LEADing your team! #STORM #walkforautism
  • Thanks to all the teachers that opened their classrooms to our guests for the teach-in. Our students learned so much about the various careers and opportunities in the community! #thinkbighurricanes
  • Fun was had by all at the Casselberry PD vs SSMS students basketball game and picnic to support the food pantry! Thanks to everyone that came out to support this great cause! Thanks, Mr. Ault, Officer Bosa, and the Casselberry PD, for facilitating such a great event! #ittakesavilliage #communityinvolvement

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SSMS is STORMing!

Hello Hurricanes!!!! This Week’s  “STORM TALK” features SSMS being a Golden Model School two years in a row!

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SSMS was recognized by the school board meeting this week as a Gold-Level PBIS Model School for the 2nd year in a row! This is the highest recognition we can receive through PBIS! To clarify the difference between each level:
Bronze-Level Schools report a comprehensive system of support at Tier 1. Critical elements of Tier 1 PBS:MTSS are implemented with fidelity, and data are utilized within a problem-solving framework in order to improve the outcomes of students. Bronze-Level schools have de…veloped innovative, creative, and functional ways of implementing Tier 1 PBS:MTSS that set them apart from other schools.
Silver-Level Schools report all of the characteristics of Bronze-Level schools and implement with higher levels of fidelity. Visibility, political support, parent involvement, and funding strategies are in place to ensure continued success with their MTSS implementation efforts for behavior. Silver-Level schools “drill down” into their data to ensure that their Tier 1 system is effective for all groups of students, and have taken steps to build systems of support for behavior at Tier 2.
Gold-Level Schools report all of the characteristics of Bronze- and Silver-Level schools, implement with the highest levels of fidelity, and have developed systems of support at Tiers 2 and 3. Gold-Level schools exceed their peers in both the quality and depth of implementation across all three tiers of support. Practices that are consistent with positive behavior support are evident in decision making, and steps are taken to ensure PBS:MTSS systems are supported. Positive outcomes for students are evident at Tier 1, Tier 2, and Tier 3 levels of behavior support.
Thanks to all the Hurricanes that work so hard to support our students every day!

CONTINUE TO STORM, Hurricanes!

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CLICK HERE for the 11-10-17 PBS Updates

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Meeting 1 Aug 16

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TEACHER SHOUT OUTS: #BringittoLIFE

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  • Congratulations to everyone that was recognized during Monday Morning Leadership for the impact they are making at SSMS and in our Hurricanes’ lives! #STORMon
  • Students in Ms. Riessen’s art class have begun painting flags, which represent the top birth countries of students at SSMS! #globalconnections
  • Ms. Colter and Ms. Morris STORMed in their teacher-led station rotation classrooms by keeping their students engaged in their focused lessons!
  • Thanks to everyone that made Magnet Night such a success!
  • Mr. Ault’s class LEADs the interview from the Sanford Herald regarding their Global Entrepreneurship class and partnering with PNC Bank. They shared their perspective as to how this class and partnering with PNC Bank has enriched their learning experiences and is starting to prepare them for the real world! Thanks, Mr. Ault, for preparing your students for their future! #STORMon
  • Great chorus concert, Ms. Davis! The theme for the concert was: Listen to my Song! Our Hurricanes STORMed through their performances and everyone was so entertained! Thanks to Ms. Davis for all of your hard work preparing our Hurricanes and to all the families and Hurricanes that came out to support your students and continue to build relationships. Thanks also to Mr. Miles for coming out to video the concert! #chorusrocks
  • SSMS Band did such an amazing job at the Veteran’s Day Ceremony in collaboration with Casselberry Elementary! Nice job, Ms. Sirmeyer! #synergize

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Why SSMS?

Hello Hurricanes!!!! This Week’s  “STORM TALK” features Why SSMS?

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Why SSMS? Well…because Great Leaders Serve! Our students and staff are continuously showcasing their various leadership traits. This past week, our SSMS student LEADers explained, “Why SSMS?” to the community and future SSMS Hurricanes at Casselberry’s Funtoberfest! Thanks, Mr. Miles, for LEADing them this past Saturday! Our JROTC also STORMed at their carwash this past Saturday! Community involvement and giving back is a part of what JROTC does regularly and Chief Jackson LEADs them through this journey. SSMS also welcomed approximately 700 students from Casselberry Elementary for a storybook character parade! What better way to give back than to welcome our future Hurricanes to SSMS! So, Why SSMS? I ask you, WHY NOT?

CONTINUE TO STORM, Hurricanes!

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CLICK HERE for the 11-3-17 PBS Updates

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Meeting 1 Aug 16

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  • The World Language Teachers, along with the Performing and Visual Arts Teachers, hosted the Hispanic Heritage Month Assembly where a variety of students were able to display and show their talents in research, performance, and arts. Students were able to learn and see hispanic culture and attributes that embody our culture today. Thanks to everyone that helped put this special event together! It couldn’t have been done without all of you!!! #globalconnections
  • Mr. Perri’s class has begun planting and caring for various vegetables, herbs, and flowers! For this cycle of planting, they have cabbage, brussel sprouts, broccoli, greens, lettuce, sage, parsley, basil, and various flowers! Students will learn how to care for the plants, learn how to prepare the vegetables and herbs, and then invite their parents in for a meal they prepare. Keep an eye on the progress, Hurricanes, as we watch our leadership garden grow!

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