You have this form on paper as well. You can also enter here:
While this will be my last day of full participation in the Salt Creek community, I will still be assisting Natalie and Lani during 4th quarter as Ms. Perez will still be running the show at Kellogg. So, basically you ‘aint seen the last of me Salt Creek!!! I’ll be coming back to sign off evaluations in April, among other tasks that still need my attention.
I just wanted to take a moment to thank everyone on the Salt Creek staff for working as a team to create awesome learning experiences for children. The talent and dedication on this staff is unquestionable and the kids and families benefit daily from your compassion, expertise, and support. Personally, I have learned something from each and every one of you and I head off to my new adventure with fresh ideas and approaches inspired by working with all of you. I wish you the best in your lives both personally and professionally and if I’m able to assist you in any way in the future, don’t hesitate to contact me.
We should really be able to start cutting back on paper costs next year!!!
Oops, Here is the file.
This guy talks way too fast. I think he’s excited about Minecraft.
Some of you all need to pick up your game! I’m going to need to start publicly shaming 6th graders.
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1. It appears some folks have never eliminated tests and that causes more trouble than it’s worth, therefore don’t eliminate any tests. Just monitor students percentage and coach those with low percentage to make sure they are not taking tests of books they haven’t read.
2. Friday quizzes do not count. I start the count this morning at 8:15 AM. (Actually this is the fairest we’ve ever had in this regard as everybody had the same notice as everyone else 1:05 on Friday – therefore no one could horde quizzes for Monday morning – not that this every happened in the past 😉
The Rules Committee of One