|October 30 - November 3, 2017|
IN THIS ISSUE
Focus on Instruction
Leadership Team and Other Updates
Opportunities and Updates
Ambiente, creating a climate for learning
Upcoming Events and Activities
|LAST WEEK'S RESULTS|
The Middle School Archery Team defeated Leckie and lost to Deal. The Middle School Volleyball Team defeated Kelly Miller and Johnson but lost to Brookland. The Middle School Girls Soccer Team lost to Oyster Adams. The Middle School Boys Soccer Team defeated West. The High School Girls Soccer Team defeated Banneker. The High School Boys Soccer Team defeated Roosevelt. The High School Volleyball Team defeated Cardozo and lost to Wilson. The High School Football Team defeated Phelps. Playoffs begin this week for Middle School Volleyball and High School Soccer and Volleyball.
Archery - 4 - 4
Girls Soccer - 3 - 3
Boys Soccer - 5 - 0
Girls Volleyball - 5 - 7
Girls Soccer - 8 - 2
Boys Soccer - 9 - 3 -1
Football – 6 - 3
Volleyball - 10 - 4
|THIS WEEK'S SPORTS SCHEDULE |
Middle School Boys Soccer vs. Oyster Adams at CHEC @ 4:00
High School Girls Soccer vs. School Without Walls at Spingarn @ 4:00 (Playoff semifinals)
High School Boys Soccer vs. Cardozo at Spingarn @ 6:00 (Playoff semifinals)
Middle School Volleyball vs. Stuart Hobson at Stuart Hobson @ 6:00 (Playoff quarterfinals)
High School Volleyball vs. at @ 4:30 (Playoff quarterfinals)
Middle School Boys Soccer vs. Stuart Hobson at Randall @ 3:00
High School Boys Soccer Championship at Dunbar @ 5:00
High School Girls Soccer Championship
at Dunbar @ 5:00
High School Volleyball semifinals
at TBD @ 5:00
High School Football vs. Coolidge at Cardozo @ 6:00 (Homecoming)
|WEEKLY CALENDAR |
Classroom Portfolio Presentations
AOHT Town Hall – 10:30 a.m.
Early Release Day
Term 1 Marks due in ASPEN Today
Parent Conferences (students not in school)
Homecoming Dance 7:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m
UPCOMING EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES
November 7, 2017
CHEC Latin Jazz Ensemble
Department of Education Office of English Language Acquisition
(OELA) Crystal Gateway Marriott
1700 Jefferson Davis HWY
Arlington, VA 22202 9:15am
|ACTIONABLE FEEDBACK AND NEXT STEPS|
Areas of Strength:
Areas of Prioritized Concern:
|Suggested (finalization will occur during the debrief):|
Steps for Implementation
Evidence of Success
SC committee members, exemplar teachers, and SC/SEL Specialist will design and facilitate PD on non-contingent attention and specific positive feedback.
Identification of exemplar teacher to co-facilitate PD.
|Increased positive adult-student interactions.|
Increased student achievement with exemplars by students with actionable feedback.
SC/SEL Specialist will collaborate with SC committee members to share BOY school climate walkthrough findings and explain shift to restorative practices with stakeholders
|Increased awareness of SCI among students, parents, and families|
SC committee leads, SC committee members, and SC/SEL Specialist will collaborate to determine team member ownership/responsibility of Phase I indicators.
SC/SEL Specialist will attend committee meetings.
|Progression to Phase 2.|
School leadership team and SC/SEL Specialist will conduct informal MOY school climate walkthrough.
Schedule possible dates for MOY walkthrough.
|Progression to Phase 2.|
Areas of Emphasis this Week
Detention: We still have students skipping detention in the afternoons. Detention is a first intervention we have for students to check and correct their behavior in your classrooms. Students being informed of this consequence is vital to the effectiveness of the consequence. Remember to use our 5 step process with fidelity so that our students will not earn a greater consequence of ISS and thus lose valuable class time
Hallways: Scholars are expected to walk, to stay to the right, to be in full uniform, use Level 1 voices and to move with a purpose in our hallways. Adults should support these expectations by reiterating expectations frequently, with strong presence in the hallways, by addressing behavior in the hallways, by actively monitoring with teacher-voices and watchful eyes throughout transitions.
Dismissal: We always need more support at dismissal from 3:15pm until 3:35pm (High School), 4:15pm until 4:35pm (Middle School). Please follow students all the way out to the front of the building. Students should be encouraged to move on toward their bus stops/metro quickly. Teachers and staff that can make themselves available to stay out front will be greatly appreciated.