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Sandra Fernandez, Principal

Susie Rayos Marmon E.S.

(505) 831-5400 Ext. 58809

(505) 321-3472 (cell)

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90 Day Plan - College & Career Readiness -Tier 1 Instruction -Tier 1 Intervention - Writing 

School Culture/Climate - Jensen - Graduation - Observational Inquiry - 21st Century Technology - MakerSpace - M2M - SeaPerch Robotics 

 Sharing of knowledge -SSC - Restorative Justice - PBS - Leadership - Bilingual Seal - Ballet Folkloric - Vertical teams -  tutoring - PARCC

What a privilege it is to be in their lives. 

Happy Sunday fabulous lobos

Welcome Leah Lawrence, our Dean of Students who joins our Student Success Team!

On Monday, we move into Week 6 of the new school year.  It is hard to believe we have completed 5 full weeks of 2018-2019.  The upcoming weekend signifies our first 3-day weekend celebrating Labor day, an annual holiday honoring the work that we do.  Enjoy the 3 days as we know Labor day and September move us into the fall season where high levels of instruction permeate the schoolhouse.  No down time, no let up, it is all about teaching and student learning.

Continue to maintain school procedures and enforcement of the PAWS.  Arrival and dismissal looks good.  Active participation in your duty station is also needed as we support student safety. 

Our teams are moving full force.  Our tech team supports a Staff Escape room on Monday at 2pm. All are welcome.  Our testing team is planning full immersion in testing support school-wide.  The TSI tutoring team continues to seek student/parents interested in having their child tutored. PBIS honors positive student successes.  Jensen supports make and take on Wednesday. Carmen supports grade levels with PARCC released, inviter her! Our Safety team supports our school safety plan & tweaking of campus procedures. Leadership is moving forward with student applications.  This week: 

  Staff Escape room - August 27 tech team - all welcome

  Staff meeting - August 28- 6:55 - 5th hosts - library

  Sensory bottles Make & Take - August 29 - All welcome.  

  EA meeting -August 30 -change from 7am to 2pm due to district support -room 207

Focus meetings - your first focus meetings is scheduled for Aug. 27- Sept. 14.  Sign up at the office.  Plan on a 20 minute block.  Bring questions, SAT, ESL, walkthroughs, student/family needs, & instructional rounds expectations. Focus meeting will be held in your classroom. Templates provided on google to support domain 1.

PARCC Testing -PARCC expectations placed through-out building. Announcements & weekly drawings. Usage of PARCC released items, invite Carmen to support in 3-5 and Inquiry in K-2. Individual PARCC reports are in: 1 in cum, 1 sent home with parent during parent conference days.

NM Teach scores are in and will be distributed soon.

TSI tutoring teampermission slips at office. See attached documents to support tutoring per PED. Copies of class lists and permission slips due at office.  Update list as you receive students.

Grade level meeting/PLC's - attendance is mandatory. Tutoring is not a reason to not attend a grade level meetings. Grade level meeting are held during the week of IC meetings.

90 Day Plan- as we work with the district to prepare our components of the 90 day plan, we have one focus area identified as our Problem of Practice.  Our POP will be our focus during district visits, our series of Zone 2 administrator and Superintendent Instructional Rounds, and ongoing data collection. OUR FOCUS AREA MUST BE VISIBLE IN YOUR CLASSROOM AND IN YOUR INSTRUCTION

*SRM Problem of Practice/90-Day Plan focus:   

  • Tier 1 Instruction  - CCSS Standard 9: Compare and Contrast
  • Tier 1 Intervention - CCSS Standard 9: Compare and Contrast

Vision and hearing screenings - Pre K, 1st & 3rd graders -week of August 27.

Differentials for team leaders have been submitted to HR.

Safety team will meet on Wednesday at 2pm to support any outstanding safety procedure. Please see the following:

  • Passes are needed for students if unescorted by a staff member or parent from 7:43 to 1:50pm.  The pass is documentation of arrival or departure.  No pass and tardy - send student back to office. They're playing you.
  • Can duty staff get training? All duty staff, read the expectations of your assigned position posted on google. Expectations are handed out to parent volunteers. Please help out and nicely remind volunteers.
  • Bus doors are opened in the am for bus students.  Bus doors are locked by approx. 8am.

OASYS/PDP due dates -Assigned: 

  • domain 1
  • domain 4 
  • PDP: teacher self evaluation
  • PDP goal setting form
  • Pre-observation form for Observation 1

Lockdown - if you are outside when a drill occurs, and dependent upon your outside location, please consider the following:  

  • Outside in playground area - seek shelter in portables, per flow chart
  • Outside, south field or distance from portables: Safety is priority. Seek shelter in neighborhood nearest your location. Use cell phone to make contact reporting your location & students in your care.
  • Lockdown flow chart will be amended due to change in staff member. New chart placed in your mailbox this week.

AVID- team of 4 attending the training at RRHS on September 28 and 29.  Waiting list has formed.

Data Dialogues - September 4, 5, & 6  Focus: PARCC released items, IREADY support/preparation for PARCC.

Thank you for PUDDING in the hard work. Enjoy the beautiful weather and a restful labor day weekend.

What a privilege it is to be in their lives.