Welcome Finish each day and be done with

Welcome Finish each day and be done with

Welcome Finish each day and be done with it. You have done what you could. Some blunders and absurdities no doubt crept in; forget them as soon as you can. Tomorrow is a new day. You shall begin it serenely and with too high a spirit to be encumbered with your old nonsense. -Ralph Waldo Emerson FHS Staff Meeting November 9, 2016 Agenda Run, Lock, Fight

Classroom scenario Recognitions 10 Year Pins Hog Wild Gold Star Award Winners School-Wide Goals

Pass Bond Attendance Matters! High Impact Instruction Safe & Orderly Environment PIR Opportunities For the good of the order

Run, Lock, Fight Recognizing our outstanding staff! FLATHEAD WAY Recognitions 10 Year Pins Brock Anderson Tracy Johnson Jesse Rumsey

Leah Schvaneveldt Leon Wilcox Bryce Wilson Sheila Zografos Wilsons Star Award Aarica Phillips Hog Wild Sherry Simmons Roy Antley

Bruce Guthrie Christina Roberts Gold Star Principals School-Wide Goals Big Hairy Audacious Goals Increase Student Achievement Attendance Matters! >94% High Impact Instruction Engaging Activities (BEPE, Protocols)

Higher Order Thinking Maintain Current Drop Out Rate 2.58% Maintain Success Rate 96% Safe & Orderly Environment Consistency among staff Concerted staff effort in the hall Respect Attendance Matters! 11-7-2016

320 Students Failing 126 Students failing and missing 5 or more classes 194 Students failing and missing 5 or less classes Addressing Attendance 1. Consistent in the enforcement of the policy 2. Concerted effort by attendance team 3. Frequent communication by all Principals School-Wide Goals Big Hairy Audacious Goals Increase Student Achievement

Attendance Matters! >94% High Impact Instruction Engaging Activities (BEPE, Protocols) Higher Order Thinking Maintain Current Drop Out Rate 2.58% Maintain Success Rate 96% Safe & Orderly Environment Consistency among staff Concerted staff effort in the hall Respect

Focus on Five Focus on the first 5 minutes Be in halls, smile, greet kids, be positive Continue to build relationships with kids Have a bell ringer

Reflection Problem Word of the Day Question of the Day Learning targets Student friendly B.E.P.E. Engagement Strategies Work in the Power Zone On task

Retention Discipline 75% Ideal Frequent Small group purposeful talk Practice Frequent checks for understanding Opportunities for students to demonstrate mastery Teach and re-teach Guided and independent practice Ending Closing thought on the board

Summarize Closing question Students summarize Formative assessment and/or practice retrieval Correct misunderstandings PIR Opportunities Documentaries: Paper Tigers - Tuesday, October 11 @ FVCC, 5:30 doors open 6:00 filming Resiliency - Thursday, November 10 @ FVCC, 5:30 doors open 6:00 filming Youth Mental Health First Aid:

Saturday, November 19th @ the Co-op, 9-5 Wednesday & Thursday, February 8th & 9th @ the Co-op, 4:30-7:30 pm Friday, April 14th @ the Co-op 8-4 Saturday, May 6th @ the Co-op 9-5 Stacy York: Trauma Informed: Friday & Saturday, December 9th & 10th @ FVCC, 8:15 doors open 9-4 Friday, January 27th @ FVCC, 8:15 doors open 9-4 Saturday, January 28th @ FVCC, 8:15 doors open 9-4 For the good of the order?

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