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Title: Southside Elementary Museums Magnet School


1
Southside Elementary Museums Magnet School
A place where inspiration, creativity, and
innovation chart the course for success.
  • 2007-2008 School Year
  • August 16, 2007

2
Welcome New Staff
  • Ms. Cruz (4th Grade)
  • Ms. Pace (1st Grade)
  • Ms. Rohani (Kindergarten)
  • Mr. Amburoso (2nd Grade)
  • Ms. Ober (5th Grade)
  • Ms. Rodriguez-Berrios (Gifted)
  • Ms. Barreiro (Music)
  • TBA (PE ½ day)

3
Congratulations New Positions
  • Ms. Miranda (Kindergarten)
  • Ms. Fernandez-Quincoces (Kindergarten)
  • Ms. Gomez (1st Grade)
  • Ms. Moreira (1st Grade)
  • Ms. Rodriguez (4th Grade)
  • Ms. Fernandez (5th Grade)
  • Ms. Alonso (5th Grade)
  • Ms. Gonzalez (5th Grade)
  • Ms. Delvalle (ESE)
  • Mr. Cella (ESE)
  • Ms. Stampelos (2nd Grade)
  • Ms. Reyna (Full Time Art)

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Congratulations!
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Reading Test Comparison
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Mathematics Test Comparison
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Writing Test Comparison
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John Lennon
  • Life is what happens while youre making other
    plans.

10
Internet - Website
  • Updated monthly
  • Next years handbook mentions teacher websites

11
Accident Insurance Forms
  • Brochure on first day
  • Refer parents to handbook

12
Americans with Disabilities Act
  • Prohibits Discrimination
  • 1-800-514-0301 (Voice)
  • http//www.usdoj.gov/crt/ada

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Attendance Policy
  • Intervention
  • 5 unexcused absences/semester
  • 10 unexcused absences/year
  • 6 meetings a year
  • Withhold grades until
  • Make up assignments
  • School service project
  • Probation period
  • Permanent withhold final grade/credit

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Attendance Policy cont
  • Illness (Dr. note after 5 days)
  • Medical Appt (note w/ time date)
  • Death in Family
  • Religious Holiday
  • Field Trip
  • Court Order
  • Outdoor Suspensions

15
Attendance Policy cont
  • Vacations, personal services, non-school events
  • Baby sitting
  • Illness of others
  • Immunization non-compliance

16
Birthdays
17
Bloodborne Pathons
  • Eliminate or minimize exposure
  • Report exposure immediately!

18
Dismissal Roster
  • Front of School
  • Primary Teachers daily
  • 300 320 pm

19
Certification
  • Current certificate
  • Statement of Eligibility, if necessary
  • College Transcripts, if necessary
  • http//www.fldoe.org/edcert

20
Code of Ethics Principles of Professional
Conduct
  • Ethics
  • Value every person
  • Strive for growth
  • Maintain respect
  • Principles
  • Obligation to students
  • Obligation to the public
  • Obligation to profession

21
Code of Student Conduct
  • Go over first day
  • Groups
  • Consequences

22
Comprehensive Reading Plan
  • 50/40/30 30
  • Whole group
  • Small group
  • Individual instruction
  • Independent reading

23
Conferences
  • Early Release Afternoon (1145 am)
  • 10/16/07
  • 01/15/08
  • Evening Conferences
  • 11/13/07
  • 02/19/08
  • ½ day opt or hourly pay
  • Regular conferences

24
Critical Incident Plan
  • RED ALERT
  • CODE RED-WEATHER ALERT

25
Curriculum Resource Material
  • African American history
  • Holocaust
  • Hispanic Heritage
  • Womens Contribution to US
  • Veterans Sacrifices
  • Character Education

26
Dismissal Procedures
  • No dismissal 30 min prior
  • Valid ID
  • Student Data Card

27
District Strategic Plan
  • 2008 Goals
  • Strategies
  • New curricula
  • Enhanced services
  • CIM

28
Dress Code (Employee)
  • Positive dress
  • Neat
  • Well groomed
  • Appropriate

29
Dress Code (Student)
  • Appropriate
  • Neat
  • Well groomed
  • Uniform

30
EESAC
  • Once a month
  • 730 am-800 am
  • Elections

31
Employee Assistance Program
  • Alcoholism
  • Drug use
  • Emotional
  • Health
  • Family
  • Stress
  • Marital
  • Financial
  • Legal
  • vocational

32
Faculty Meetings 2007-2008
  • First Tuesday
  • Third Wednesday
  • - contract only one Wednesday a month

33
Federal Programs and Grant Administration
  • 305-995-1289 prior to development of any grant
    application
  • Impact Idea Expo
  • The Teacher Conference
  • October 6, 2007 at Miami Beach Convention Center
    815-330 pm

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Final Preparations for Opening Day
  • Class Roster
  • Daily Schedule
  • Plans
  • Standards and Procedures
  • Review Code of Conduct
  • Rainy Day Dismissal
  • Arrival and Dismissal Plan
  • Parent/Student Handbook
  • Discipline Plan
  • Attendance

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Field Trip Procedures
  • Museums are Mandatory
  • Chaperones needed!
  • End of Year Trip
  • Begin fundraising and collecting now
  • Additional Learning Expeditions
  • Real-world Experiences
  • Good field trips bring lessons to life.
  • Increased motivation for learning
  • More positive attitude

36
Financial Obligations for Students
  • Art
  • 2.00 semiannual for Exhibition Night Materials
    (grades Kg-5)
  • Music
  • 4.00 per year for instruments (grades 2-5)
  • Chorus
  • Girls Black dress or black skirt/blouse
  • Boys Black pants, white shirt, tie, jacket
    optional

37
Fire Drill Procedures
  • Single file
  • Follow route assigned
  • Bring attendance cards/roster
  • Wait for single bell
  • Tentative fire drill schedule

38
First Week of School Attendance
  • August 20, 2007
  • Use electronic grade book for attendance by 930
    am
  • Pull No Shows from attendance cards
  • Alphabetize present students and mark with E on
    8/20/07
  • Messenger will pick up No Shows and Count Sheet
    at 1000 am
  • Children not on list must be sent to the office.

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First Week of School Attendance cont
  • Tuesday, August 21, 2007-August 24, 2007
  • Do not accept any children that did not show up
    the day before (even if they are on your original
    list)
  • Electronic gradebook by 930 am
  • Mark attendance cards with black ink.
  • Do not mark tardies until after Tuesday, August
    28th.

40
Food and Nutrition Program
  • Breakfast (730-815 am)
  • Students - 0.00
  • Adults - 2.00
  • Lunch
  • Students - 1.75
  • Reduced Price, Students - 0.40
  • Adults - 3.00
  • PayPam!!!!

41
Grading Policy
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Grading Policy
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Conduct
  • Students Behavior
  • Citizenship Development
  • Independent of Academic and Effort

44
Honor Roll Qualifications
45
Interim Progress Reports
  • September 9, 2007
  • November 28, 2007
  • February 27, 2008
  • May 14, 2008

46
Report Cards Distribution
  • November 6, 2007
  • February 6, 2008
  • April 22, 2008
  • June 24, 2008

47
Hall/Hall Passes
  • Bathroom Breaks
  • Out of class in pairs
  • Hall Passes

48
HIV/AIDS Information
  • Comprehensive AIDS education program (5th grade)

49
Important Dates - Testing
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Incident Reporting
  • Report any arrests
  • Keep relationships professional
  • Alternative Measures to Suspensions
  • Violence not tolerated
  • Personnel Investigative Model (PIM)

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Handling of Funds
  • Money collected given to treasurer on same day
  • Money submitted by collector
  • Principal must approve collection of money
  • No checks may substitute cash
  • Cash may substitute checks
  • ARTICLE X -- NON-TEACHING DUTIES/ACTIVITIES -
    Section 1. Limitations
  • Collection of money for any purpose

52
Limited English Proficient (LEP)
  • LEP Plans online
  • All LEP students must receive 90 min of Language
    Arts/ESOL strategies

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Maintenance of Appropriate Student Behavior
  • Student Code of Conduct
  • Check Group Violation for Appropriate Plan
  • Plan A
  • Plan B
  • Plan C
  • Plan D
  • Plan E
  • Plan F

54
Make Up Assignments
  • Excused absences
  • Student must request assignment

55
Media Services Information
  • Teachers Choice
  • Instructional Television Video Library

56
Network Security Standards
  • Sensitive data
  • Personnel records
  • Student records
  • Accounting records
  • Acceptable Use Policy
  • Monitoring
  • Disciplinary Actions for Improper Use

57
Nondiscrimination Policy
  • Equal Opportunity Employment and Assignment
  • Discrimination/Harassment (employees)
  • Discrimination/Harassment (students)

58
Parent Teacher Association (PTA)
  • PTA
  • Leverage volunteer power
  • Improve communication
  • Provide measurable results
  • Discover more dollars
  • Tap into proven programs
  • Boost childrens wellbeing

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Parental Involvement
  • Parents as Teachers
  • Set guidelines
  • Quiet place
  • Attendance
  • Communication
  • Materials
  • Be there (after school activities)
  • Health
  • Voice problems
  • Good self-image
  • Emergency information
  • Volunteers and Tutors
  • Learning expeditions
  • Small group instruction

60
Procedures for Addressing Concerns
61
The Seven Domains
  • I. Planning for Teaching and Learning
  • II. Managing the Learning Environment
  • III. Teacher/Learner Relationships
  • IV. Enhancing Enabling Learning
  • V. Enabling Thinking
  • VI. Classroom-Based Assessment of Learning
  • VII. Professional Responsibilities

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PACES Domain I Planning for Teaching and
Learning
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I.A. Goals and Objectives
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I. B Teaching Methods and Learning Tasks
65
I.E. Home Learning
66
I.F. Assessment and Evaluation
67
PACES Domain II Managing the Learning
Environment
  • Managing both student behavior and student
    learning

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Domain II Managing the Learning Environment
II.A. Time Management II.B. Learning
Routines II.C. Learner Engagement II.D. Managing
Engagement in Learning II.E. Monitoring and
Maintaining Learner Behavior
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PACES Domain III Teacher/Learner Relationships
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A. Interpersonal Relations
Domain III Teacher/Learner Relationships
  • B. Learning Equity

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Can You Sense These in the Classroom?
Interpersonal Relations
  • warmth
  • courtesy
  • respect
  • friendliness
  • concern
  • support
  • fairness
  • acceptance
  • praise
  • encouragement
  • patience
  • empathy
  • understanding
  • enthusiasm
  • sensitivity

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Theres no place in a classroom for
  • sarcasm
  • ridicule
  • humiliation
  • derogatory comments

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III.B Learning Equity
  • III.B.1 Comments, questions, examples,
    demonstrations, and/or other contributions
    are sought from or by learners throughout the
    lesson.
  • III.B.3 Fairness and impartiality are evident in
    interactions with and among learners.
    continued

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III.B Learning Equity continued
III.B.4 Learners are given reasons for actions,
decisions, and/or directives as needed.
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Have you ever had a favorite student?
Give all your learners the same consideration.
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Domain IV Enhancing and Enabling Learning
IV.A Initial Motivation to Learn IV.B Teaching
Methods and Learning Tasks IV.C Resources for
Learning IV.D Knowledge of Content and
Pedagogy IV.E Clarification of Content/Learning
Tasks
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IV.A. Initial Motivation to Learn
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IV.D. Pedagogical Content Knowledge
Learners have opportunities to learn on more than
one cognitive and/or performance level or to
integrate knowledge and understandings
(IV.D.1). Content knowledge is accurate and
logical to learners (IV.D.3). continued
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IV.E. Clarification of Content/Learning Tasks
Different words or examples are used in
clarification OR no clarification is needed
(IV.E.2). Misunderstandings or difficulties are
successfully clarified as appropriate OR no
misunderstandings or difficulties occur (IV.E.4).
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V.A. Higher Order Cognitive Skills
  • Learners are actively engaged and/or involved in
    developing associations (V.A.1).
  • Learners are actively engaged and/or involved and
    encouraged to generate and think about examples
    from their own experiences (V.A.4).

Involvement in the development of thinking skills
suggests more in depth cognitive activity than
being at task.
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Keys to Meaningful Association Forming
  • Link new associations to prior learning
    experiences.
  • Actively involve learners.

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V.A.4 Generating and Thinking About Examples from
Learner Experience
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PACES Domain V Enabling Thinking
  • V. B. Questioning Strategies

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Questioning Strategies Indicators
  • A variety of questions that enable thinking are
    asked and/or solicited (V.B.1)
  • Wait time is used as appropriate to enhance the
    development of thinking skills (V.B.2)

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Variety of Purpose
When learners are asked to
Knowledge is
  • Compare
  • Contrast
  • Justify
  • Speculate
  • Predict
  • Synthesize
  • and...
  • Generated
  • Structured
  • Restructured
  • Transferred
  • Transformed
  • and...

Stimulate higher order thinking skills
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Wait time is the duration of the pause separating
speakers.
1 Teacher - Learner
2 Learner - Teacher
3 Learner - Learner
4 Teacher - Teacher
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PACES Domain V Enabling Thinking
  • V.C. Problem Solving and Creative Thinking

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Domain VI Classroom-Based Assessment of Learning
A. Monitoring Engagement and/or
Involvement in Learning B. Informal
Assessment C. Feedback
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  • Adjustments may involve changing
  • the difficulty of content
  • teaching methods
  • aids and materials
  • pace

90
Adjustments could also be made by
  • assigning new learning tasks
  • providing additional
    resources

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Teaching and Learning Component VI.C
FEEDBACK
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QUESTIONS
  • ???????

93
Personnel Files
  • School Board Rule 6Gx13-4.103

94
Phone Calls/Hall
  • Cell phones off or on silent mode
  • Personal calls to voice mail
  • No uncovered hot beverages in hall

95
Progress Monitoring Plan (PMP)
  • Discussed further during SST Training

96
Removing Disruptive Students from Class
  • Immediate notification to administration and/or
    counselor
  • Statement detailing misbehavior and previous
    action taken
  • Parents informed same day

97
Safety to Life
  • Zero Tolerance towards violence
  • Visitor Waiver form

98
School Board Rules
  • Be familiar with School Board Rules
  • Chapters 4 and 5

99
School Hours and Teachers Hours
  • PK-1st 830-200 pm
  • 2nd-5th 830-300 pm
  • Wednesdays (all students 830-200 pm)
  • Teachers 815-320 pm
  • Pick up students at 820 am

100
School Support Team
  • More information to come

101
Reporting Incidents
  • New!

102
Staff Members Absences
  • Ms. Archer
  • Contagious disease from student
  • Name of child
  • Name of disease

103
Standards of Component Professional Performance
  • Motivate students
  • Identify long range goals
  • Short range objectives
  • Social skills
  • Directions
  • Relevant materials

104
Student Absences
  • Report absences by 900 am using electronic
    gradebook
  • More information under Attendance Policy

105
Student Accidents
  • Detailed explanation
  • Fill out and sign report
  • Notify parents
  • Request assistance (if necessary)
  • Inform administration
  • Ensure child is comfortable (no medication)

106
Student Progression Plan
  • Student Progression
  • Promotion
  • State and Local Requirements

107
Title I School Wide Program
  • Funds Upgrade entire educational program
  • 40 on free/reduced lunch

108
Volunteers
  • New Form
  • Level 1
  • Day chaperones
  • Classroom assistance
  • Tutors
  • Level 2
  • Certified volunteers
  • Mentors
  • Listeners/Oyentes
  • Athletic/PE Assistants
  • Overnight Chaperones

109
Staff Attendance
  • OPS Manual and Contract
  • Unauthorized Absence
  • Any absence without pay, which has not been
    requested by the employee and approved by the
    supervisor, in writing, at least five days in
    advance.
  • Require documentation

110
Appendix
  • Visitors Waiver Form
  • Early Release (new)
  • Copy form
  • Cause of Absence (new)
  • School Volunteer Form (new)
  • Guide for Prevention of Head Lice (new)
  • Flag and Pledge Guidelines

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ELECTRONIC STAFF HANDBOOK
  • Accessing
  • http//ehandbooks.dadeschools.net/policies/29.pdf
  • Table of Contents
  • Navigation
  • Downloading
  • Printing

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SUPERINTENDENTS MESSAGE
Miami-Dade County Public Schools
Your function is not to reinvent the work you
did last year but to identify and organize the
students who need help the most and to teach
them.
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Sit Back and Enjoy!
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"A"
  • "To accomplish great things, we must not only
    act, but also dream not only plan, but also
    believe."
  • -- Anatole France

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Be kind, for everyone you meet is fighting a hard
battle. - Philo
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  • Everything keeps its best nature only by being
    put to its best use.
  • - Phillips Brooks

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Life is a succession of moments. To live each one
is to succeed. - Corita Kent
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Laboring toward distant aims sets the mind in a
higher key, and puts us at our best. - C.H.
Parkhurst
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Have a GREAT Year!!!
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