Sunday, February 18, 2018


As we enter the 2nd semester of school more and more, the one thing we have to continually do is focus on our goals.  We can't, even more a moment, take our eyes off the goal. And our goal is continually improvement and forward movement.

How do we accomplish that?
- We continue to develop lessons that challenge and have deeper questioning.
- We have high quality work for students to complete.
- We make sure students have an opportunity to work/collaborate with their peers.
- We have consistent consequences for poor choices.
- We work from bell to bell (don't waste minutes)
- We show up every day ready to give our best

and so many more.

As a campus, we have made great strides forward and the worst thing we can do is think "whew we made it off the list, we're good!".  We still have a lot of growth (in all areas) that we are trying to accomplish.  Let's keep our focus on the prize, ask for help when we need it, and keep looking for solutions and not complaining about mistakes!

Week at a Glance

Monday - Nesloney Out
K-5 ELAR Teachers Meet with Klammer (Library) - 8:00am
All Staff Meet with Dr Brewer (Gym) - 9:15am
School Board Meeting - 6:30pm
Tuesday - Nesloney Out
Wednesday - Nesloney Out
Reading Vertical - 3:30pm - TP Room
Thursday - 2nd Graders Hard Hats Trip - 8:10am
We Walk
Friday - 100th Day
Delic on Campus (3rd-5th Only)
House Games
Saturday - EdCamp Grow (in Brenham)

Nesloney Out

I will be out three days this week attending a training of Principals for Scholastic.  They're helping us design new literacy practices for parents and students. They're also supposed to be providing us with ways to get even more literature in the hands of our Title 1 schools and some summer reading initiatives.  I will have my phone on me and can assist as needed.


All IAs will need to report to their normal spaces.  The only change is that Pavlock will now be helping 5th grade teachers all day tomorrow and Puentes will as well.  The rest of the IAs will work with the same grade levels they have on other Inservice days.

100th Day

The 100th Day is actually Tuesday, but we will be celebrating it on Friday to coincide with House Games!  Dress up 100 years old or 100 of something! Best dress-up wins!

Hard Hats

2nd Grade students will be headed to Reed Arena on Thursday. 2nd grade teachers, please send reminders home this week!

Dr Loyde

Delic will be on Campus Friday meeting with 3rd-5th grade teachers and talking data.  You need to come ready to discuss growth, how we're measuring it, what we're doing to reach every kid, how are you increasing the Meets and Masters.

EdCamp Grow

I hope you consider growing yourselves too and attending Edcamp Grow in Brenham on Saturday! Information is HERE.


HUGE shout out to Marylee for organizing her first ever big set of testing! Make sure you find some time this week to give her a hug or pat on the back for her hard work! Organizing testing for multiple grade levels is no joke, and we always find ways to improve!

Also, give a huge thank you this week to Jennifer Short for the hard work she's put into PLCs and organizing those and pushing our thinking. It isn't always comfortable to be pushed outside our comfort zones and be asked things we think are obvious or haven't been asked before, but it's so necessary!


There is a LOT going on with TELPAS this week.  If you have ESL/Bilingual Students Marylee has emailed you all the info. If you haven't received anything from her let her know!

PLCs This Week

K-2 ELAR teachers will meet at 3pm on Monday.

All, come ready to discuss more small group work, how are we reaching EVERY child, and what do you need more learning in?

Morning Car Duty

Tuesday - 3rd Grade
Wednesday - 1st Grade
Thursday - 3rd Grade
Friday - 5th Grade outside/PreK Teachers inside


February 19 - Susan Brak
February 23 - Ashley Dietert
February 25 - Lisha Worrall


In closing...

It's when we're most exhausted and drained that we have to dig deep and find our strength.  We cannot lighten our teaching or show up 1/2 hearted. Our kids need us and they need us at our best every day. It isn't easy, but as we all know teaching is the hardest job out there, and the most rewarding. So press on! And let us know how we can support you!

Sunday, February 11, 2018

Recognize Your Value

Recognizing Your Value

Change your thinking to knowing that your life matters, and that you are important.
It can be easy sometimes to buy into the illusion of our own insignificance. We may see large corporations or institutions, celebrities or successful people in our community, and compare ourselves to them, thinking that their fame or material power affirm how little our own lives amount to. But nothing could be further from the truth. Every single one of us matters tremendously. Our very existence affects countless people in countless ways. And because we are each essentially a microcosm of the larger universe, our internal experiences affect the whole of life more than we could ever imagine. The world simply could not exist as it does now if you, or any one of us, were not in it. 

Perhaps you are aware that on some level you believe your life does not matter. If this thought resonates within you, maybe it is time to explore why you feel this way. You may have formed self-rejecting or belittling beliefs as a child to keep yourself safe or to help you make sense of confusing situations. You may have felt unseen or unheard and decided that there was something wrong with you, rather than with the attention span of the people around you. Spend some time looking into where these feelings of insignificance first took root, and see what changes you might be able to make in your life and in your heart. 

This one belief in your own unimportance could be limiting you and impacting your life in enormous ways. When you shift your perceptions around your own ability to affect your life and impact the world, you may discover wonderful parts of yourself that you had long ago forgotten. There may even be exciting new parts that you never even knew existed. When you gain awareness of how much your life really does matter, new sources of energy can emerge and your sense of connection with the world is renewed.

Week at a Glance

Monday - Fire Drill
Tuesday - Nesloney Off Campus
Short Off Campus in the Morning
TELPAS Training for teachers with ELL or bilingual Students - 3:45pm
Wednesday - Valentine's Parties (should all be happening after 2:15 unless prior approval from Nesloney; TL give exact time to Walker/Enriquez)
Bilingual Vertical Meeting - 3:30pm - TP Room
Thursday - 4th and 5th Benchmarks
Friday - 5th Grade Benchmark
3rd Grade Field Trip
End of Progress Report Time (Grades due Sunday)

TP Time

This week we will continue our growth in PLC time.  Please come ready to share and find solutions! We are better when we work together and focus on the goal of moving forward! We are going to be switching the TP time this week on Wed/Thurs because of benchmarking.  So that means 3-5 Math will meet Wednesday morning and K-2 Math will meet Thursday morning.

Car Rider Morning Duty

Monday - 2nd Grade
Tuesday - 4th Grade
Wednesday - 4th Grade
Thursday - 2nd Grade
Friday - 1st (outside) and 3rd (inside)


We really need your help with morning duty.  If you are stationed inside, there MUST be a teacher at the cafeteria door where kids line up for breakfast from walking in from outside.

The other indoor teachers MUST be walking throughout the kids sitting in the gym. Not standing along the side, back, or by the door.  We are having a lot of issues in the gym in the morning and need teachers being vigilant, and most importantly on time. Morning duty starts at 7:15am.  Meaning we need you in your station at 7:15am.


Benchmarks are on Thursday/Friday. With the way the state would like us to start treating STAAR, we are going to keep this day as normal as possible.  You will keep your same lunch and recess and camp times.  More info may be coming.

Progress Reports

Please make sure you are keeping up with grades as our next set of progress reports will come out next week!


February 18 - Maura Pavlock
February 18 - Kayla Wander


In Closing...

I always think about our perceptions of things. One of the most dangerous things we can do as educators is sit behind closed doors and talk about others negatively.  This week is National Random Acts of Kindness week.  I challenge you to take the time to show someone a random act of kindness with no recognition back to you!  If we want things to be better, we have to start by celebrating each other. That takes all of us!  We can sit and complain (whether behind closed doors, out in the open, or online) or we can vent and then sit down and work to find solutions! Together we make this school the best it can be.  We aren't perfect by any means, but we are moving forward! And it takes all of us, working together, to keep this ship moving in the right direction!

This video to me is a great reminder of how easy it is to say one thing when you think no one is listening, and then say it again when the person is standing right in front of you! What a great, hilarious, reminder of the power of our words and when we choose to say them!

Sunday, February 4, 2018

Reading Changes Lives

Again and again, this year especially, we've talked about the wonderful power that lies within books. That they're more than just words on the page.  For some of us, we've still yet to find that book that helps us believe that reading is truly transformative.  Over the last two years, I've spent many days and had many conversations with thought-leaders in the field about this.  I was a voracious reader from the 5th grade (because of the Animorphs book series) until I was in college.  But then it died out a little. I lost my spark.  Recently though it's been reignited and I can't stop. 

My best friend, Travis Crowder, just wrote a gorgeous blog post for Ethical ELA called "I Read for Me, I Read for My Students" and it is a beautiful reminder of the power that lies in books.  I encourage you to check it out.

Over the last few months, as I've read books like "I'm Not Your Perfect Mexican Daughter", "Far from the Tree", "Ghost Boys", "One of Us is Lying", "Dancing Home", "The Sun is Also a Star", "Dear Martin", "The 57 Bus", and so many others, I've been deeply reminded about the power in books.  About the empathy that can be built. When I've read about characters from different religions, ethnicities, sexual orientation, abusive homes, foster care/adoptions, runaways, deportation, brutality, and so much more, I not only feel my eyes more opened to the world around me, but I feel my heart opened to those who are different than I am.

Today I encourage you to pick up a new book.  A book that might challenge some of what you think you know about someone (or a group of people).  Not a professional development book, no.  But a book with rich characters, diverse stories, and a challenging idea.

You might just find that it helps you connect with your students (and others you meet) unlike ever before. 

(and if you need help finding the right book, let me know! I'd love to sit and book talk some books with you!)

Week at a Glance

Monday - Start of Counselor's Week (let's celebrate our awesome counselors!)
All classes go to PE
Wednesday - Nesloney off Campus
Social Studies Vertical Meeting - 3:30pm - TP Room
Thursday -  Google Expedition Day for 3rd-5th
PTO Fall Fundraiser Party Bus Day
Friday - Nesloney off Campus at Region 6 Principal Training


Brittney Taylor - February 5th
Lauren Musick - February 9th
Geralyn Jackson - February 11th


What a great job everyone did at Boosterthon! Please remind students to start collecting AND that they can still get new donations through this week!!

TP Time

This week in TP Time Jennifer will continue discussing small group work, stations, and Guided Math/Reading.  Bring resources to share!

Car Rider Morning Duty

Monday - Kinder
Tuesday - 5th Grade
Wednesday - Kinder
Thursday - 5th
Friday - 4th (outside) and 2nd (inside)

Classroom Champions Chat

Please make sure you've signed up HERE for the Classroom Champions Chat (even if you're not planning on participating, please sign up)


Love Projects: 3rd Grade Selfies (WOW This would be GREAT to do with our students)

In Closing...

If you're not book talking books at least 2-3 times a week to your students (and allowing them to do the same) you're so missing out on sharing great stories with your kids.  If you're not sure where to begin, or how to do a book talk, let me know! I would love to come into your class and book-talk 10-15 books to share with your students to get them hooked.  Reading is what changes lives.  Reading is what gives us an escape, new friends, fantastical voyages, and so much more.  And when we help someone find a love for reading, we not only change their lives, but also the other lives they come in contact with.

Matt de la Pena shared a special read-aloud of his new book "Love" for World Read Aloud Day. If you'd like to share with your students.

Sunday, January 28, 2018

Staying in Pain

Staying in Pain


Pain comes and it goes. It is just one component to the grand cycle of life. And when experienced as such, pain can serve as an important teacher. It is when we get stuck in our pain that it becomes detrimental to our well-being and development. If you notice that you feel closed-off, resentful, heavy-hearted, or that you try very hard to avoid being hurt again, there may be a part of you that is still stuck in pain.

We can get stuck in our pain for many reasons. As children, it was natural for us to cry, throw a tantrum, and let the experience move through us. By fully feeling our pain in this way, our emotions would wash us clean, leaving us open and available to new experiences.

With age, though, we might have determined that expressing emotion was no longer appropriate, and so we developed a variety of coping strategies to deal with our discomfort.

We may have learned to stuff our feelings down or to run away from them. Perhaps we began thinking that staying closed and unwilling to try new things would keep us safe from heartbreak, safe from rejection, and safe from failure. We may have even gotten so used to being in pain that the thought of being without it scares us. But, if we continue to hold onto it longer than necessary, we are expending a lot of energy that could instead be channeled into making our life experiences more positive.

If you notice that you are continually connecting with the same familiar patterns of pain, consider embracing your feelings and letting go of your hurt. Whether your pain is from childhood or from an experience last week, see if you can give it room to move. When it does, you will reconnect with a wonderful source of your own vital energy.

Pain can serve as one of life's great teachers, but it is important to move through it and not become stuck in our pain.

Week at a Glance
Monday - EDmentum Q&A Informational Session - 3:45pm - Computer Lab
Tuesday - Yearbook Team - 3:45pm - TP Room
Wednesday - Enas House Trip - leave at 10:45am, return at 2:45pm
Science Vertical Meeting - 3:30pm - TP Room
Thursday - World Read Aloud Day
Friday - Fun Run/House Games

EDmentum Q&A

Many of our 3rd-5th grade teachers have had questions about EDmentum and Exact Path.  So the district has brought back the EDmentum people to answer any of your questions!!  There may be people here from other campuses as well.

Enas House Trip

I met with all Orange House members on Friday.  PLEASE make sure any Orange House members in your class got my note. If not, send them to me first thing Monday.

World Read Aloud Day

World Read Aloud Day is Thursday! Let's plan some great activities and diverse read alouds to share with our kiddos that day! I'll have a couple of fun surprises in store too!

Fun Run/House Games

Our Fun Run on Friday will count as our January House Games.  Let's work really hard this week to continue to get pledges!!  We can do this!  Remember to wear your grey shirt on Friday that Boosterthon gave us. If you didn't get one, see Joni.

I will send out an email tomorrow reminding you of the times!

TP Time

This week in our PLCs we will be discussing documentation options for our SLOs.  We will also be discussing how you're reaching every student in your classroom. So come prepared to share small group resources/ideas. And be prepared to discuss your instructional rounds from last week.

Car Rider Morning Duty

Monday - 1st Grade
Tuesday - 3rd Grade
Wednesday - 1st Grade
Thursday - 3rd Grade
Friday - 5th Grade


Vivian Stenseth - January 31
Lisa Marsh - February 3


In Closing...

I will always remember what Ron Clark told me when I was feeling like I was doing everything in my power to please certain people.  He said "Todd, you can buy every person a Ferrari, and someone will still complain that theirs isn't red".  Wow, powerful right? It still stands as my reminder that we can't please everyone. We're going to upset people with our decisions, we're going to hurt people's feelings, and some people just like to wallow in their perpetual negativity.  BUT that doesn't mean we stop trying to understand where they're coming from, and it doesn't mean we give them any less empathy. We just don't let their negativity control our emotions.

Sunday, January 21, 2018




Our worth of being on the planet at this time cannot be judged as we are all worthy and essential to being here now.
The issue of worthiness may come up in many areas of our lives, as we ask, often unconsciously, whether we are worthy of success, love, happiness, and countless other things, from supportive relationships to a beautiful home. In the end, though, it all comes down to one thing: our willingness to claim our space in this life as humans on this planet at this time. When we no longer question whether we are worthy, because we know that we are meant to be here to fulfill a particular purpose, a purpose that no one other than us can fulfill.

There are no replacements who can take over and live our lives for us, no other person who has had the experiences we have had, who has access to the same resources and relationships, who carries the same message to share with the world. Our purpose may be large or small, and in most cases it is multi-leveled, with important actions taking place on the interpersonal level, as well as in terms of the work we do in the world. Small acts of kindness share the stage with large acts of sacrifice, and only through accepting and honoring our place can we know what we are called to do and when.

Ultimately, we are all equally, exactly, completely worthy of being here in this life. Moreover, we are all essential to the unfolding plan of which we are each one small, but important, part. If we suffer from low self worth, it is because we have lost track of understanding this truth, and allowing it to guide our actions in the world. Seeing ourselves as part of something larger, as beings called to serve, is the ultimate cure for feelings of unworthiness. In the end, it's not about evaluating ourselves as worthy or unworthy, so much as it's about accepting that we have been called here to serve and taking the steps required to listen and respond to what our lives are asking us to do.

Week At a Glance

Monday - Fundraiser Begins
PreK-2nd Grade Kickoff - 1:45pm - Gym
3rd-5th Grade Kickoff - 2:30pm - Gym
Staff Meeting - 3:45pm - Gym
School Board Meeting - 6:30pm - Central Office
Tuesday - UIL (students in UIL will leave at 1:30pm)
Wednesday - "Stories from Webb" officially releases!
Fire Drill
Instructional Rounds During Your Conference Time
Math Vertical Meeting - 3:30pm - TP Room
Thursday - Short and Argueta Out
Friday - Short and Argueta Out
NO HOUSE GAMES (Due to Fun Run Being next week)
End of Progress Reports (have grades in by Sunday)


Our Boosterthon Fun Run Fundraiser kicks off this week! You all did an AMAZING job helping promote this last year, so let's make it happen again!!

We are raising money to build up our playground (with equipment, a chicken coop, butterfly habitat, gardening, and more) and also a potential rock wall in the gym!

Staff Meeting

We will have a staff meeting at 3:45pm Monday. It is important all staff is there for the beginning part with Boosterthon People and then all certified teachers will stay because we have to talk about SLOs (Student Learning Objectives per TEA and part of T-TESS this year). This meeting will last until 4:45pm so we can get this work done that is required of us by the state.

Stories from Webb

I am so excited about the book releasing on Wednesday!! The Navasota Examiner had a great little article in their paper this week about it.  Mrs. John C Webb also called me on Friday to let me know how proud she was of everyone who took time to share their stories, and for all who are putting in their time every day to serve our kids.  She said that her husband would be proud and she wanted us to know that.  If you'd like a copy of "Stories from Webb" and you don't want to wait or don't want to order online, I have them for $20 in my office!


UIL is taking place on Tuesday at High Point.  We will have quite a few kids competing and a lot of different staff heading over there.

Please plan to be flexible that afternoon with students.  UIL students will leave at about 1:30pm (we will call for them).

We hope, after school, you can stop by High Point to lend some encouragement or support to our kids who will be competing.  Thank you to Jessica McHale for organizing everything over here at Webb. It's not an easy job and she's done great!!

Admin Out

Short and Argueta will be out this Thursday and Friday.  So if you have questions/need help from the please see them by Wednesday.

House Games

Due to the Fun Run being next Friday, we didn't want to also have House Games this week . So our "House Games" will be next Friday during your assigned Fun Run Time.  We will have more information coming soon.

Instructional Rounds

This Wednesday we have our January Instructional Rounds.  You will get an email with your assigned 3 classrooms to observe for 5 minutes each during your assigned time.  You will then meet with your teams to discuss and have your weekly team meeting (just like last month).

Progress Reports

Please make sure you're ready for Progress Reports to go out next week as grades will close on Sunday.

TP Time

This week during TP time we will be diving deeper into SLOs.  Because we won't have our first SLO meeting until Monday after school, the group who normally meets on Monday mornings (K-2 ELAR) will meet on Friday morning this week.  Monday we will meet with Pre-K Teachers.

Morning Car Rider Duty

Monday - Two PreK Teachers outside, Three inside
Tuesday - 4th Grade
Wednesday - 2nd Grade
Thursday - 4th Grade
Friday - 2nd Grade


January 22 - Karen Brzymialkiewicz (we had the date wrong!)
January 23 - Nina Salazar

Kids Deserve It

Here is Episode 97 with Brandon Johnson. Don't forget the KDI shirts/hoodies are for sale for 4 more days this month, here.


In Closing....

This short film below is 12 minutes long, but well worth the watch. 

Monday, January 15, 2018



Most cultures use storytelling to pass down family history using the power and energy of the human voice.
Ever since our ancestors could first communicate, we have gathered to share our stories. We have passed along creation tales and tragic stories of love lost. We have repeated accounts of real heroism and simple stories of family history. When our forebears lived closer to the land and to each other, the practice of storytelling was imbued with ritual and occasion. Members of the tribe would often gather around the fire to hear their genealogy recited aloud by an elder or master storyteller. Listeners could track how their own lives, and the lives of their parents, interwove with the lives of the other tribe members, as everyone's ancient relatives once played out similar life dramas together.

As a custom, some cultures' storytellers repeat the same tale over and over because they believe that each time you hear it, you come to the story as a different person and view the plot and characters in a new light. Hearing the story over and over is a way to gauge where you have been and where you are now on your path of personal evolution. It also helps the younger generation learn the stories so that they can pass them to forthcoming generations.

When we hear others tell stories, we can laugh at their humorous adventures, feel the thrill of exciting encounters, see parts of ourselves in them, and learn from the challenges they face. Though most of our formal traditions of storytelling are lost, it does not mean we have to be without. We can begin new practices in our own families of listening to one another, of honoring our own journey, and witnessing the journeys of those around us. We can revive the fireside communal by gathering around the campfire or hearth with family and friends, sharing in stories. By building new practices of storytelling, we give ourselves and the ones we love an opportunity to draw ever closer in our shared human experience.

Week at a Glance

Monday - No School
Wednesday - Writing Vertical - 3:30pm - TP Room
Thursday - Nesloney off campus at Region 4
Friday - Spirit Stick Shop - 7:15am

TP Time

This week we will be meeting to begin our discussion of SLOs during TP Time. If you remember, we discussed SLOs (Student Learning Objectives) during the T-TESS training in August. We'll go back over them for the next 2-3 weeks and discuss how we're using them on our campus and in NISD this year.  Since my K-2 ELA people normally meet on a Monday, they will meet Friday this week instead.

Car Rider Morning Duty (on your assigned morning duty day)

Tuesday - 5th Grade
Wednesday - Kinder
Thursday - 5th Grade
Friday - Kinder

Stories from Webb

The book I wrote, with contributions from about 50 of YOU, is up for pre-order!!!  I can't wait for everyone to get a chance to read the book come January 24th.  I loved the little story that started this blog post, because I so believe stories have power.  I will tell you, the people I got to endorse the book were ranting and raving about how powerful your stories are.  And within the first two days of just PRE-ORDER we were in the top 400 books on Barnes and Noble, and the top 5,000 books on Amazon (which is HUGE). We're also the #1 New Release in one of Amazon's book categories, which is exciting!  So, share the news, and keep sharing your stories. They're needed.


This week in walk-throughs we're going to be looking at what questions you ask your students, and using those questions for a TP activity soon!  Question deep and challenging!


Boosterthon starts NEXT week! Let's start talking it up now to get kids excited.


January 20 - Cindy Puentes
January 21 - Karen Brzymialkiewicz


In Closing....

My buddy shared this video with me and it moved me to tears. I hope you enjoy it as well.

Sunday, January 7, 2018

It's 2018 Y'all!

The start of a new semester is upon us!!! Just like the start of a new school year is exciting, I find the start of a new semester, in a new calendar year, equally as exciting!

This semester is when we bring even more than we brought at the beginning.  It's where we fight even harder, teach even more creatively, and work even more strategically to reach every child.  Because it's all about how you finish, not how you start!  Let's do this!

Week at a Glance

Monday - Staff Inservice - 8am-4pm
NELC Garage Sale (Teachers please go by and get free stuff)
Tuesday - MAP Testing Begins for 3rd-5th (refer to Argueta's Email)
Wednesday - Reading Vertical - TP Room - 3:30pm
PTO Meeting - Library - 5:30pm
Friday - Delic on Campus (to talk 2nd semester plans/data with 3rd-5th)
4th Grade Field Trip
Saturday - Staff Outing at Altitude (Short will have more info soon)

Grades Due

Please have your grades finished TODAY so we can run report cards tomorrow.


You have Monday to work with your teams and in your classrooms, except during your meeting time with admin.  At your meeting time with admin you must bring your F&P Data, most recent assessment/9 weeks assessment data, and a plan for the spring semester of how you're going to use that data with your students. Intervention and SPED Teachers are welcome to attend any meetings to be part of the planning for all students.

All meetings will take place in TP Room

8:30am - Admin Meeting  
9:15-10:00am - Kinder
10:00-10:45 - 1st Grade
10:45-11:30 - 2nd Grade
LUNCH FOR ALL - 11:45-12:45
1:00-2:00 - 5th Grade
2:00-3:00 - 4th Grade
3:00-4:00 - 3rd Grade


IAs will continue to work with the grade levels I've assigned on work days. IAs, if you're confused, come see me at 8am. Teachers, please utilize the help you've been given!


PreK teachers will meet at 1:00pm with Short or Argueta in Alcantara's room.

Team Planning

This week the TP time, on your scheduled day, will be your time to get any extra planning done you may need. This will also be time I will schedule to meet about Tier 2 and Tier 3 kids. Friday no-one will have TP Time and Camp Teachers should be helping in classrooms and reading to them.  Please still show up for morning duty, on time, at 7:15am.

(If you normally have TP on a Monday (or are 5th grade), I will try and meet with you tomorrow or during your normal planning time one day this week)

Tuesday - 3rd ELAR will meet with me at 7:50am
4th ELAR will meet at 8:10am
Wednesday - Kinder math will meet with me at 7:50am
1st Grade math  will meet at 8:10am
Thursday - 3rd Math will meet with me at 7:50am
4th Math will meet with me at 8:10am


January 8 - Konnie Harber
January 8 - Evangelic Sipp
January 11 - Jessica McHale

Morning Duty

Tuesday - 3rd Grade
Wednesday - 1st Grade
Thursday - 3rd Grade
Friday - 2nd Grade (outside) and Kinder (inside)


In Closing...

Let's make 2018 our best year ever as a campus!  Let's work together to push our kids harder than ever before and see even more success!