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GHS Back to School

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Parent Communication
Keep a contact log for documentation
Respond to parent emails within a
24 hour window
.
Communicate with parents anytime there is concern for academic or behavior performance.
Communicate with parents when things are going well,
you will be amazed what this will do :) !!

Dr. Holly Barnes

Discipline: A-G
Modern Language
RTI Administrator
Student lockers
SPED
SPED paraprofessionals
Casey Dees

Registrar
Master Schedule
CTAE Supervisor
Science
EOPA testing
Lisa Guilbeau

Discipline P-Z
Social Studies
Fine Arts
EOC Testing
New Teachers

Ed Williams

Discipline: H thru O
Safety Coordinator
College Board/PSAT
AP testing & training
Physical Education
Language Arts
NMSI Coordinator
Custodians
Bullying is defined as follows:

Is so severe, persistent, or pervasive that it creates an intimidating or threatening educational environment;
Has the effect of substantially disrupting the orderly operation of the school.

Bullying is defined as follows:

An act which occurs on school property, on school vehicles, at authorized school bus stops, or at school related functions or activities, or by use of data or software that is accessed through a computer, computer system, computer network, or other electronic technology of a local school system, that is:

Any willful attempt or threat to inflict injury on another person, when accompanied by an apparent present ability to do so;

Assessment

Points or percentages but not both
Be consistent within the department
*NEW-The post-SLO will be treated as a quiz/test that counts as 10% of the student’s grade. 
No category should count more than 50%
No single assessment should count more than 12.5%, preferably 10%

Grading concerns Policy JBD
Absences due to short-term (out-of-school) suspension or pending a disciplinary hearing are unexcused and make up of class work shall not be afforded; however, an opportunity to make up major exams and special projects shall be afforded, provided the suspension is imposed by the school and is not the choice of the student.


Grading concerns Policy JBD
Grades and Absences:

* Remind your students if they sign out during the day, even if it during lunch, they must provide a written note for the excuse to be considered excused. This applies regardless if they return the same day or not, they must bring in note validating the absence.

Be careful where you think you are NOT seen!!

Classroom Procedures

Tardy to class
1-warning
2 & 3-lunch detention (teacher assigned)
4- lunch detention (admin assigned)
5 & beyond-ISS
We can only support what you send us


Classroom Procedures
Student Absences & Excuses:

Accuracy is critical

Must be entered in a timely manner. Attendance must be entered by the teacher
NOT
a student
5
days to return a note after an absence for it to be excused

Classroom Procedures

Guidance & Counseling:

Guidance sessions are not counted as class absences

Here is what Least Effective classrooms
all seem to have in common:
The classroom looks disorganized. There is “stuff” everywhere.
Lessons lack luster and excitement.
The teacher does most of the talking, and the students do little listening.
There is little, if any, evidence of structured routines and procedures.
There are lots of teacher warnings directed at misbehaving students.
The teacher is reactive.

Sign In/Sign Out

Please initial the sign-in sheet when you enter the building.
Code of Ethics #4 Honesty
You must get permission from your administrator to leave during the school day.
You must sign out on your card located in Mrs.Quattlebaums office.
After school appointments: please make them for after 3PM when possible

Professional Leave

You request in writing to Mr. Segraves a minimum of 2 weeks in advance, requires
Dr. Carney & Board approval
Must be a GREAT excuse if not submitted in advance
Verify that there are professional days available before making any arrangements
They are serious about the 2 week notice

Personal Leave

Please submit your request in writing, preferably by email, to Mr. Segraves and your Administrator 1 week in advance.
Approval is contingent with you securing a sub for the absence.
There is a maximum of three personal days per school year.
Keep up with this, your pay check will be docked!
Be mindful when you ask for days

Teacher Absences

Absences less than ½ day (unless extenuating circumstances)  – employee should change Aesop to no sub required
Absences put in after the fact or after 11a.m. on the day of the absence – employee should change to no sub required

Teacher Absences
Part time employees – absences should be put in no later than 1 hour before regular employee report time
Professional learning and other “planned” absences (field trips, collaborative planning, etc.) put in no later than 3 days in advance

Teacher Absences
Make sure sick days are used for sickness

Enter absence in Aesop as early as possible

Code of Ethics #4 Honesty

Teacher Absences

Procedure GBRIB ILLNESS - SICK LEAVE
School System personnel may use sick leave by utilizing the following procedures: Notify the immediate supervisor of any absence due to illness.
Enter absences into the Columbia County School System Substitute/ Employee Management System at the time of absence.
For absences occurring prior to or following a school holiday, provide a doctor’s note to the immediate supervisor upon return to work. Failure to do so will result in unpaid leave.

Teacher Absences

Have your emergency lesson plan file on your desk complete with daily schedule, rosters, lessons, seating charts and discipline procedures.

You must have a FULL period worth of assignments prepared for your students to work on.


1st 10 days
Days 1 & 2, students report to HR for schedules only
Extended HR between 1st & 2nd (attendance, Code of Conduct, residency checklist)
Proof of Residency verification
Turned in after HR along with daily attendance

1st 10 days

This is critical !!
Day 1 actual body count
Days 2-10, attendance for those present & names of no shows
Attendance folders must be turned in before the end of 2nd period

Live Binder
THE Greenbrier High School Teacher Resource Kit!

Columbia County Board of Education Employee Handbook

Teachers have two major responsibilities-1)teach the students and 2)protect them
Take testing seriously
Be friendly to the students-you are not their friend but a supervisor and role model
Honesty and Integrity are important
Educators are held to higher standards
Educators are mandated reporters if they are aware of violations of Code of Ethics

ADVICE

Investigate all allegations and complaints thoroughly - consider involvement of outside investigators
Large increases in student test scores are a red flag
Having knowledge of testing violations and failing to report jeopardizes teaching certificate
Superintendents, Principals, and Test Coordinators are ultimately responsible

Lessons Learned

Establish an environment conducive to student learning and test score improvement
Require training for all participants similar information and format at all training sessions
Require available staff to monitor during testing
Test security is paramount

Lessons Learned

Attend training
Ensures security of test booklets before, during, and after testing
Follow directions
Arrange seats to promote individual work
Circulate about the classroom to prevent cheating and other violations
Be familiar with allowable student accommodations
Account for all testing materials

Teacher’s Role


Who’s left from 1996-1997
(as of 2017)
Garrett Black
Dr. Debbie Born
Lynn Hackett
Steven Hansen
Bea Lamkin
Kati Smallwood
Ed Williams


School year 2013
14 regular ed. 4th year seniors retained
10 attended & graduated from summer school
2 students transferred
2 graduated from the SOS program in the fall of 2013
 School year 2014
5 regular ed. 4th year students retained
  3 are attending & can graduate from summer school
2 plan to attend the SOS program at CCAS this fall

Please do not move your Smart Board or projector. It can alter telephones, air conditioning, heating, internet, wireless, food services coolers, paging systems (in some schools), video surveillance . . .

Graduation Committee
Baccalaureate
Caps & gowns
Programs
Practice
Stage seating
Piano

Club Sponsors
The following clubs need a sponsor:


Lockers
Dr. Barnes


PLEASE do not schedule other things on these dates. You know these dates well in advance.

Common planning-Monday lunch

HOWEVER, notify an Administrator in advance if you cannot attend…


School wide PLU opportunities
Dr. Barnes & Mrs. Duncan

Professional dress
Parents and visitors to our school notice.
County Administrators notice.
Dress like a professional educator, not a professional student-keep the separation.
Men-no tee shirts.
Spirit Days/jeans days will be announced.





Student Communication



Teacher web sites

Get them current and keep them current

Remember, parents check them regularly




Bullying is defined as follows:

Any intentional display of force such as would give the victim reason to fear or expect immediate bodily harm; or

Any intentional written, verbal, or physical act which a reasonable person would perceive as being intended to threaten, harass, or intimidate, that Causes another person substantial physical harm within the meaning of Code Section 16-5-23.1 or visible bodily harm as such term is defined in Code Section 16-5-23.1;

Has the effect of substantially interfering with a student's education;

Bullying

Textbooks

Mrs. Finley

On-line Referral System

Discipline
Mr. Williams

SLO testing window dates
 
Full Year Courses
Aug. 18-29 (Pre-Test)
April 27-May 8 (Post-Test)
 
Semester Courses
Aug. 18-29 (Pre-Test)
Dec. 1-4 (Post-Test)
Jan. 19-22 (Pre-Test)
April 27-May 8 (Post-Test)

Core Benchmarks Dates
 
COAL and Analytic Geometry
Sept. 8-11 Math Benchmark #1
Nov. 10-13 Math Benchmark #2
Feb. 2-5 Math Benchmark #3

9th and 11th Grade English
Sept. 15-17 ELA Benchmark #1
Nov. 17-20 ELA Benchmark #2
Feb. 9-12 ELA Benchmark #3
 
Physical Science & Biology & US History & Economics
Sept. 22-25 Science and Social Studies Benchmark #1
Dec.1-4 Science and Social Studies Benchmark #2
March 9-13 Science and Social Studies Benchmark #3

Gradebook

Instructions for setting up your gradebook were emailed Wednesday evening.

Assessment

Grades must be entered in a timely manner
Do not ‘dump’ grades near progress report or semester end
Have an adequate but not an excessive number of assessments
Grades are to be entered by the teacher and NEVER by the students


Grading concerns Policy JBD
Absences shall not penalize student's grades provided the following conditions are met:
Absences are justified and validated for excusable reasons;
Make-up work for excused absences was completed satisfactorily;
A grade average of 70 or above has been earned in the course work.


Grading concerns Policy JBD
When absences are excused, students shall be afforded the opportunity to make up all work (5 days should be adequate). It will be the student's responsibility to attend to make-up work promptly upon return to school and to complete all assignments within a reasonable time. Students who have emergencies necessitating their absence from school for a portion of the school day must have been present for the majority of the school day to be counted present. Schools shall establish incentives and rewards to enhance student attendance. (Put this in your syllabus)
 

Grading concerns Policy JBD
Grades and Absences:

All excuses are required within five school days of the student’s return to school; otherwise, the absence will be considered unexcused and make-up opportunity will not be afforded to high school students; however, an opportunity to make-up major tests and projects shall be afforded. All documentation for excusing an absence must specify the particular day missed.

Code of Conduct

Take time during the first 2 days in extended HR and read the student Code of Conduct to your students.

Students will sign off that they have covered the material, this is a very important document.

What we want to see . . .

A fluid word wall, which changes during the school year, is visible to every student.

A varied instructional delivery is to be observed, based upon the element being taught, (small group, collaborative pairs, centers/stations, etc.).
A classroom that is energized!

Teacher expectations

Instructional delivery mode will vary: (Whole Group, Small Group, Paired, Independent, Other)

Students will be engaged in varied actions: (Higher Order Responses, Discussions, Listening, Application, Synthesis, and Evaluation)

Teacher expectations

Teachers will collaborate on essential questions, enduring understandings, and learning goals to ensure that teaching, learning, and elements reflect rigor and are consistent, across grade levels and content areas.

Teachers will have up-to-date lesson plans linked to curriculum maps in which state standards are embedded.

What are your expectations?

To receive messages via text, text @mrsegra to
(229) 798-4065 or 81010. To receive messages via email, send an email to mrsegra@mail.remind.com

Growth Model Data Analysis and Reflection

Mr. Dees


Authentic use in the classroom
Substitute pen & paper for keyboards and screens


Do Not use labs for ‘current events’
Use labs for research & projects

YOU control when devices are used
Exercise common sense
Academic use in classrooms only

NOT a reason to push the Emergency button

Classroom Procedures

Tardy to school Policy:

1,2 & 3-verbal warning from admin office

4 & 5-lunch detention/parent contact

6 & 7-2 days lunch detention/parent contact
8 and beyond-ISS/loss of parking (if applicable)

Classroom Procedures

Hall Passes:

Students must have a signed hall pass to leave the classroom

Emergency purposes only

No telephone use during class time- teacher cell phone use

Classroom Procedures
Classroom Responsibility:

You should operate as if we are in a perpetual ‘soft’ lockdown

Doors locked at all times, we have keys to enter your room

No students in the halls during class


Brian Dudley
Mark Fair

Capstone Project
Research paper- career field
Product page 5
8 hours on project + 8 hours shadowing=16 hours
Page 27-faculty advisor, mentor, NO CHOICE!
Every faculty member will serve as a judge and as an advisor !!

Capstone Project
Manual posted to public drive & to GHS web site
Attached to Sr. ELA
Every student enrolled in Sr. ELA does a Capstone project
SPED students are required to do a modified Capstone

Capstone (Senior) Projects

It is a State and Local expectation that all faculty members have an active role in implementing, facilitating, and judging Capstone (Senior) Projects.

Duties & Responsibilities
Four Mandatory Events
1) Prom- Sign up to help with the prom:
set-up, check-in, chaperone, or clean-up
2) Honor’s Night
3) Capstone Projects
4) Graduation
Your help at various extra-curricular events will be greatly appreciated

Duties & Responsibilities
If you cannot be on time at your duty station, have someone fill in for you & notify an administrator
Timely deposits-DAILY
Be sure to sign in everyday when you arrive
AM and PM duty schedules will be emailed to you

Duties & Responsibilities
Timely entering student attendance
Timely posting & returning of grades
Teachers, not students enter absences/grades
Correspondence w/parents (phone calls, emails, . . .)
Update website
Grade/Data analysis
Common Planning attendance
Faculty meeting attendance
Personal absences
Year-end Checkout

Duties & Responsibilities

This is part of your annual evaluation, so take it seriously.
Work day is from 7:05 AM to 3:05 PM.
AM duties begin at 7:15 AM (note time change).
When you have duty, be there, be on time, and be observant of the students & their actions.
Professional Growth Plan- Dept goal plus personal goal, start collecting data/info now

7 Things Effective Teachers Do EVERY Day
Effective teachers prepare, prepare, prepare.
Effective teachers treat every student with respect and dignity.
Effective teachers smile-a lot.
Effective teachers are good actors.
Effective teachers remain calm and composed, especially in tough situations.
Effective teachers have clear rules and procedures, and they adhere to these every day.
Effective teachers teach from bell to bell.

Here is what Most Effective classrooms all seem to have in common: ◆ The punishment for any given infraction is consistent (and rare). ◆ The teacher does not show frustration. Even in the case of misbehavior, the problem is handled seriously but calmly.
◆The teacher always appears to be in control. ◆ Activities are varied to meet the needs of all learners.

Here is what Most Effective classrooms
all seem to have in common:
◆ The teacher is proactive. ◆ Lesson objectives are clear and measurable. ◆ There is constant teacher movement around the room. Behavior problems are almost nonexistent. ◆ There is little dependence on worksheet- type activities. Lessons are highly interactive, and students remain engaged in meaningful activities.

Here is what Most Effective classrooms
all seem to have in common:
◆ Routines and procedures are evident. Students know exactly what is expected of them. ◆Technology is used, thoughtfully, to enhance lessons and learning. ◆ There is constant positive reinforcement. ◆ Teacher enthusiasm is evident and contagious.


Here is what Most Effective classrooms
all seem to have in common:
The classroom is organized. A place for everything and everything in its place.
Lessons are inviting and exciting.
The students do most of the talking and the doing, prompted by the teacher’s questioning and guidance.

Here is what Least Effective classrooms all seem to have in common
Technology is often used “for the sake of using it” as opposed to being used to enhance the lesson.
There is little positive reinforcement.
Teacher enthusiasm is lacking.
The lessons are usually “one size fits all.” Unfortunately, most fit none.
The teacher openly shows frustration

Here is what Least Effective classrooms
all seem to have in common:
Objectives are vague and often confusing.
There is little teacher movement around the room.
There is an overuse of worksheet-type activities.
Consequences for behavior infractions are inconsistent. The severity of the punishment is usually in direct proportion to the teacher’s anxiety level.


Are students offered opportunities to respond to my instruction in a variety of ways or is it primarily paper/pencil?
How do I provide incremental supports (scaffolds) to students who are struggling with my content?
How do I plan to remove the scaffolds?
What opportunities do I offer my students to “try again”? Do I reteach and reassess?
Do I offer problem solving and high levels of learning for even my struggling students?
How do I extend the learning opportunities for advanced learners?
How do I provide opportunities for choice in my classroom?
What kind of formative assessments do I use to monitor and adjust strategies and pacing of my lessons?

Questions to Ponder

To be completed during this activity

Sample Student Evidence

TKES Rubric

How do you elevate the level of learning in your classroom?
How do you use technology and resources to promote higher-order thinking?
How do you challenge students who struggle to think critically?
How do you use benchmarks or exemplars help students relate to mastery of standards?

Questions to Ponder

What is an example of a research- based strategy you have used to successfully engage students?
How do you learn about proven research-based strategies?
How do you share what works with other colleagues?

Questions to Ponder

They are strategies that are proven in research to be effective for improving instruction.
As professionals, we should work hard to keep up with the latest research in what works.
Examples:
Formative assessment
Identifying similarities and differences
Acceleration
Feedback
Setting goals and providing feedback
How do you keep up with current practices for your content area?

What are research-based strategies?

TKES Rubric

Performance Standard 3
Instructional Strategies

TKES

Observations/Evaluations

Keys points:
LFS, Standards posted and referred to
Word Walls posted and referred to
Speak the language of the Standards by teacher and students
Periodic review during the lesson.

Observations/Evaluations

We will keep the distraction to a minimum, so keep on teaching when we enter your room
If you have students on a ‘special’ assignment, let the observer know so it can be noted
Have unit/lesson plans available for us to review during the observation
School Standard-Differentiated Instruction

Teacher Keys Effectiveness System


Sign In/Sign Out

This is important so we will know if we have to cover a class for you
If there is a serious reason why you left we can check on you
Should a family member try contacting you we will know if your are here or not

The superintendent and the superintendent’s designee for certification shall be responsible for assuring that an individual whose certificate has been revoked, denied, or suspended is not employed or serving in any capacity in their district. Both the superintendent and the superintendent’s designee must hold GAPSC certification.

Enforcing Sanctions

Major Testing Violations

Breach of Test Security
Fail to provide or attend training
Fail to follow directions specified in the manual
Coach, prompt, alter or provide answers to students during the test
Interpret, explain, or paraphrase test items
Copy or take notes on test items

Standard #11-Testing
Principal’s Role

Ensures that documented accommodations have been given to only those students who appropriately need them
Implements system and school testing policies and procedures to ensure all students are tested fairly and appropriately
Reports immediately any breach of security to the Superintendent

Standard #11-Testing
Principal’s Role

Principal is ultimately responsible and accountable for all testing activities in the school
Ensures test security within the building
Ensures distribution of test materials occurs immediately prior to testing
Supervises all testing activities
Ensures all school personnel have been appropriately trained on test administration, procedures, and policies

Standard #11-Testing
Teacher’s Role

Attend training
Be familiar with examiner’s manual
Follow directions
Arrange seats to promote individual work
Circulate about the classroom to prevent cheating and other violations
Be familiar with allowable student accommodations
Account for all testing materials

Standard #11 Testing

Unethical conduct includes but is not limited to: committing any act that breaches test security; and compromising the integrity of the assessment.

Standard #10 Professional Conduct

Organized a betting pool with students
Called a student a “heifer” and her mother “stupid”
Gave extra credit to students who contributed to a fundraiser
Left class without permission via a window
Had two loaded guns in desk drawer
Sexually harassed a colleague
Restrained a teacher and tried to kiss her against her will
Sexual interaction with colleague on school grounds

Familiar Faces in New Places
Cathy Cooper-SPED
Kristen Schlegel-SPED
New Faculty Members
Samantha Barksdale
Brandon Dotson
Paris Fiegen
Kelsey Minter
Michelle Rogers

Fall lab experience in the fall

Veronica Garcia-Hoepker- Spanish (Mrs. Presgrove)
Rachel Quinton- English- (Mrs. Dorn)
Kortlyn McPeek- English (J. Arnold)

Paraprofessionals
Angilia Egbosimbah
Judith Jordan
Kerri Ogletree
Donna Holmes Bea Lamkin
Angie St. John

Cafeteria
Teresa Bryson


S
haron Coffman
Okcha Hinds
Latri Hornsby
Janet McCready
Ashley Small
Valerie Spearman
Karmon Williams
Monica Woodward
Valreese Drew-Mabry-mgr
Hawatha Dumas- asst. mgr

Custodial
Mike Boyd-Lead
Bjorn Heckmus James Johnson
Sam "Paul' Moore

Nellie Piatchek



Sara Shanks

Shryl Young
Guidance Department
Jeanine Dorsey (K-Q)
Catron Gainey (R-Z)
Steve Metcalf (E-J)
Kevin Williams (A-D)
Louis Sylvester- 49% (Events & Testing)
Graduation Coach-Lauren Hodges
MFLC-Audre Mack
Support Staff
Rhonda Davis-discipline
Andria Duff - bookkeeper
Mary Jane Ellis-guidance
Denise Floyd -registrar
Vickie Gest-media
Wendy Hairston-front office


Kristie Quattlebaum-principal
Donna Wilkinson-attendanc
e
* Remediation, S.O.S.
* Credit Recovery
* Great effort by everyone!

Student telephone use

Student telephone use is for emergency use only, please help by monitoring students’ requests!

Professional dress

Relay for Life Day
You are allowed an additional ‘Spirit Day’ for your birthday.
(One per year, please  )

Parent Communication

Respond to parent emails within a 24 hour window.

Communicate with parents anytime there is concern for academic or behavior performance.

Forms (Live Binder)

There are numerous forms needed throughout the year. It is your responsibility to have the correct form submitted on time for approval

Social networking


http://www.facebook.
com/ghswolfpack

Attendance must be turned in before the end of 2nd period

Formative assessments are a necessary component of differentiation
Data teams offer opportunities for teachers to share ideas
Samples
Alternate assignments
Compacting
Scaffolding
Flexible grouping
Product/Project Options
Questioning Strategies
Acceleration
Previewing Strategies

What are differentiation strategies?

Uses diagnostic, formative, and summative assessment data to inform instructional modifications for individual students.
Develops critical and creative thinking by providing activities at the appropriate level of challenge for students.
Demonstrates high learning expectations for all students commensurate with their developmental levels

Instructional Strategies
Sample Performance Indicators

Differentiates the instructional content, process, product, and learning environment to meet individual developmental needs.
Provides remediation, enrichment, and acceleration to further student understanding of material.
Uses flexible grouping strategies to encourage appropriate peer interaction and to accommodate learning needs/goals.

Instructional Strategies
Sample Performance Indicators

Standard 4
The teacher challenges and supports each student’s learning by providing appropriate content and developing skills which address individual learning differences.

Differentiation

Performance Standard 4
Differentiation

TKES

Connects prior knowledge to new concepts
Grasps meaning, not just facts
Creates products that provide evidence of learning
Uses multiple strategies in learning new concepts (the students!!)
Takes risks in responding
Conducts research, solves problems, and makes informed decisions
Uses technology to complete assignments or demonstrate understanding
Describes progress in meeting learning expectations
Compares work against expectations

Sample Student Evidence

Effectively uses appropriate instructional technology to enhance student learning.
Communicates and presents material clearly, and checks for understanding.
Develops higher-order thinking through questioning and problem-solving activities.
Engages students in authentic learning by providing real-life examples and interdisciplinary connections.

Instructional Strategies
Sample Performance Indicators

Engages students in active learning and maintains interest.
Builds upon students’ existing knowledge and skills.
Reinforces learning goals consistently throughout the lesson.
Uses a variety of research-based instructional strategies and resources.

Instructional Strategies
Sample Performance Indicators

Standard 3
The teacher promotes student learning by using research-based strategies relevant to the content to engage students in active learning and to facilitate the students’ acquisition of key knowledge and skills.

Instructional Strategies

Teacher Assessment on Performance Standards
(TAPS)

If you have to leave campus, notify your sign-in administrator and sign out in Mrs. Quattlebaum’s office
If you return, please sign back in on the same card

Parent Communication



Keep a contact log
for documentation
Do not use for discipline

Testing security
Out, on, or in use

Baccalaureate Program

Clubs and Organizations


SRO Nash Garrett

Karen Hale

Media center


Trina Finley & Vicki Gest

Procedures regarding textbooks
*
Book rooms will stay locked
Books have to be checked out through the MC

Procedures regarding fines/exemptions*
All the fines for the school (except current cafeteria fines) are entered into Destiny.
All the fines associated with that student in one database.
Students must get their exemption sheet signed from the media center clearing them of all fines before they can exempt.
Teachers e-mail the media center when a fine needs to be created for a student.
Teachers won’t have to worry about receipting fines.
Students will only have to go to one location to pay for all their fines.
Students & parents can log into Destiny at home to view all the fines as well.

Media & Instructional Technology Specialists Holly Townsend
Are available to assist you with technology, equipment, research, classes, etc. at any time. Just e-mail!!!

P-card
Good idea to email me a day or two ahead to reserve a card for you
Turn in card
AND INVOICE
as soon as purchase is made – be considerate of others that might want to use card and try not to keep more than
24 hours
NO TAX
- we are tax exempt
 Fundraisers-All Fundraisers must be approved and a fundraiser report is to be completed for each fundraiser

Money Matters
-Andria Duff
DO NOT
keep money in your room overnight or take it home with you, it must be deposited daily with the bookkeeper or the night deposit box.
Make sure you issue a receipt every time you take money.
If you void a receipt
, collect the white copy & staple it to the yellow copy in your receipt book.
Turn in your fund raising report as soon as you event is complete.
Online Payments
RevTrak
Your online fees a
3.49
% cost to
YOU
Build that cost into your fees
Well worth it vs. your time
Checks are generated every Thursday – need info by
Tuesday at noon
to have check processed for that Thursday, need invoice & a completed purchase order.
Please plan ahead-Any purchase in aggregate from one vendor over $5000 requires 3 estimates and special approval.
Standard #6 Remunerative Conduct
An educator shall maintain integrity with students, colleagues, parents, patrons, or businesses when accepting gifts, gratuities, favors, and additional compensation.
Standard #4 Honesty In Professional Practice
Unethical conduct includes but is not limited to: falsifying, misrepresenting, or omitting reasons for absences or leaves information submitted in the course of an official inquiry/investigation information submitted in the course of professional practice.
Standard #2 Conduct with Students
An educator shall always maintain a professional relationship with all students, both in and outside the classroom.
Levels of Sanctions
Warning
Reprimand
Suspension
Revocation
Denial of Certificate
1. Legal compliance
2. Conduct with students
3. Alcohol or Drugs
4. Honesty
5. Public funds and property
6. Remunerative Conduct
The Code of Ethics, State and Federal Laws, GaDOE and BOE Rules, establish Standards for Educator Conduct
Standard #7 Confidential Information
An educator shall comply with state and federal laws and state school board policies relating to the confidentiality of student and personnel records, standardized test material and other information.
Standard #5 Public Funds & Property
An educator entrusted with public funds and property shall honor that trust with a high level of honesty, accuracy, and responsibility.
Wayne Co. Schools
Standard #3 Alcohol or Drugs
An educator shall refrain from the use of alcohol or illegal or unauthorized drugs during the course of professional practice.
16-6-5.1

Standard # 1 Legal Compliance
An educator shall abide by federal, state, and local laws and statutes.
Most Frequent Violations
Testing
Inappropriate Relations with Students
Honesty
Professional Conduct
The standards of performance and code of ethics adopted by the commission shall be limited to professional performance and professional ethics.
The PSC does not care what you do in you personal lives as long as it does not carryover into your professional lives.
7. Confidential Information
8. Abandonment of Contract
9. Required Reports
10. Professional Conduct
11. Testing
Standard #8 Abandonment of Contract Guidelines
An educator shall fulfill all of the terms and obligations detailed in the contract with the local board of education or education agency for the duration of the contract.

Standard #9 Failure To Make A Required Reports
An educator shall file reports of a breach of one or more of the standards in the Code of Ethics for Educators, child abuse, or any other required report.
Standard #10 Professional Conduct
An educator shall demonstrate conduct that follows generally recognized professional standards and preserves the dignity and integrity of the teaching profession.

Standard #11-Testing Teacher’s Role
Unethical conduct includes but is not limited to: committing any act that breaches test security; and compromising the integrity of the assessment.
PowerPoint is in the faculty save folder

Teacher Absences
Make sure sick days are used for sickness
Code of Ethics #4 Honesty
Enter absence in Aesop as early as possible
Notify your Department Chair & sign-in Administration
Absences less than ½ day (unless extenuating circumstances)-employee should change Aesop to
no sub required
Absences put in after the fact or after 11a.m. on the day of the absence-employee should change to no sub required
Part time employees-absences should be put in no later than 1 hour before regular employee report time
Professional learning and other “planned” absences (field trips, collaborative planning, etc.) put in no later than 3 days in advance
Have your emergency lesson plan file on your desk complete with daily schedule, rosters, lessons, seating charts and discipline procedures.
You must have a
FULL
period worth of assignments prepared for your students to work on.
Your department will cover FIRST if a sub does not pick up the job
1st 10 days
This is critical !!
Day 1 actual body count
Days 2-10, attendance for those present & names of no shows
Days 1 & 2, students report to HR for schedules only
Extended HR between 2nd. & 3rd. (attendance, Code of Conduct, residency checklist)
Proof of Residency verification
Turned in after HR along with daily attendance

Annual residency check
2 of the following:
A secure identification GA driver’s license with the current home address
A current property tax receipt
Power or gas bill (NO cable) for the current service address
Voter registration card

Annual residency check
2 of the following:
Home mortgage note
Lease or rental agreement containing signatures
Any other such objective evidence as will aid school employees to make a correct determination as to residenc
e

Formative assessments are a necessary component of differentiation
Data teams offer opportunities for teachers to share ideas
Samples
Alternate assignments
Compacting
Scaffolding
Flexible grouping
Product/Project Options
Questioning Strategies
Acceleration
Previewing Strategies
Observations/Evaluations
Keys points:
LFS, Standards posted and referred to
Word Walls posted and referred to
Speak the language of the Standards by teacher and students
Periodic review during the lesson.
Observations/Evaluations
We will keep the distraction to a minimum, so keep on teaching when we enter your room
If you have students on a ‘special’ assignment, let the observer know so it can be noted
Have unit/lesson plans available for us to review during the observation
School Standard
Teacher Keys Effectiveness System
Are students offered opportunities to respond to my instruction in a variety of ways or is it primarily paper/pencil?
How do I provide incremental supports (scaffolds) to students who are struggling with my content?
How do I plan to remove the scaffolds?
What opportunities do I offer my students to “try again”? Do I reteach and reassess?
Do I offer problem solving and high levels of learning for even my struggling students?
How do I extend the learning opportunities for advanced learners?
How do I provide opportunities for choice in my classroom?
Teacher Assessment on Performance Standards
(TAPS)
Duties & Responsibilities


Work day is from 7:05 AM to 3:05 PM.
AM duties begin at 7:15 AM.
Be sure to sign in everyday
when you arrive
When you have duty, be there, be on time, and be observant of the students & their actions.
Timely deposits-
DAILY
Timely entering student attendance
Timely posting & returning of grades
Teachers, not students enter absences/grades
Common Planning attendance
Faculty meeting attendance
Duties & Responsibilities

Four Mandatory Events
1)
Capstone Projects-April 17th. & 19th.

2)
Honor’s Night-April
3)
Prom-April 21st.
Sign up to help with the prom:
Set-up
Check-in
Chaperone
Clean-up

4)
Graduation-May 28th, 2PM

Your help at various extra-curricular events will be greatly appreciated


Capstone (Senior) Projects

April 17th & 19th
It is a
State
and
Local
expectation that all faculty members have an active role in implementing, facilitating, and judging Capstone (Senior) Projects.
Manual posted to public drive & to GHS web site
Every student enrolled in Sr. ELA does a Capstone project
SPED students are required to do a modified Capstone
Research paper- career field
Product
8 hours on project + 8 hours shadowing=16 hours
Faculty advisor, mentor, NO CHOICE!
Every faculty member will serve as a judge!! This is a requirement!

Brian Dudley
Mark Menees

Classroom Procedures
You should operate as if we are in a perpetual ‘soft’ lockdown
Doors locked at all times
, we have keys to enter your room
Minimize students in the halls during class

Hall Passes
Students must have a signed hall pass to leave the classroom
Emergency purposes only
No telephone use during class time
Teacher cell phone use

Guidance & Counseling
Guidance sessions are not counted as class absences
Classroom Procedures


Student Absences & Excuses:
Accuracy is critical
Must be entered in a timely manner.
Attendance must be entered by the teacher NOT a student
5 days to return a note after an absence for it to be excused
DO NOT throw these notes away !!
Attendance must be turned in before the end of 2nd period

Tardy to class
1-warning
2 & 3-lunch detention (
teacher assigned
)
4- lunch detention (admin assigned)
5 & beyond-ISS
We can only support what you send us

Tardy to school Policy
1,2 & 3-verbal warning from admin office
4 & 5-lunch detention/parent contact
6 & 7-2 days lunch detention/parent contact
8 and beyond-ISS/loss of parking (if applicable)

http://www.facebook.
com/ghswolfpack







To receive messages via text, text
@mrsegra to (229)

798-4065 or 81010
. To receive messages via email, send an email to
mrsegra@mail.remind.com







What do we expect from our Teachers

Teachers will
collaborate
on essential questions, enduring understandings, and learning goals to ensure that teaching, learning, and elements reflect
rigor
and are consistent, across grade levels and content areas.
Teachers will have
up-to-date lesson
plans linked to curriculum maps in which state standards are embedded.
A fluid
word wall
, which changes during the school year, is visible to every student.
A
varied instructional delivery
(small group, collaborative pairs, centers/stations, etc.).
A classroom that is
energized
!
Students will be
engaged in varied actions
: (Higher Order Responses, Discussions, Listening, Application, Synthesis, and Evaluation)
Grading concerns Policy JBD Grades and Absences

An opportunity to make-up
major tests and projects
shall be afforded.
All documentation for excusing an absence must specify the particular day missed.
* Remind your students if they sign out during the day, even if it during lunch, they must provide a written note for the excuse to be considered excused. This applies regardless if they return the same day or not, they must bring in note validating the absence.
Grading concerns
When absences are
excused
, students shall be afforded the opportunity to make up all work (
5 days should be adequate
). There is
NO
established # of days to make up work.
It will be the student's responsibility to attend to make-up work promptly upon return to school and to complete all assignments within a reasonable time.
Students who have emergencies necessitating their absence from school for a portion of the school day must have been present for the majority of the school day to be counted present.
Forms (Live Binder)

There are numerous forms needed throughout the year. It is your responsibility to have the correct form submitted on time for approval
Forms MUST be turned in ahead of time or you run the risk of them not getting approved
Late forms impact Administration, Department Chairs, and YOU.


Bullying is defined as follows:
An act which occurs on school property, on school vehicles, at authorized school bus stops, or at school related functions or activities, or by use of data or software that is accessed through a computer, computer system, computer network, or other electronic technology of a local school system, that is:
Any willful attempt or threat to inflict injury on another person, when accompanied by an apparent present ability to do so;
Any intentional display of force such as would give the victim reason to fear or expect immediate bodily harm; or
Any intentional written, verbal, or physical act which a reasonable person would perceive as being intended to threaten, harass, or intimidate, that causes another person substantial physical harm within the meaning of Code Section 16-5-23.1 or visible bodily harm as such term is defined in Code Section 16-5-23.1;
Has the effect of substantially interfering with a student's education;

Code of Conduct
Take time during the first 2 days in extended HR and read the student Code of Conduct to your students.
Students will sign off that they have covered the material, this is a very important document.

On-line Referral System
Teacher web sites

Get them current and keep them current.
Calendar, assignments, handouts all need to be up to date!
Remember, parents check them regularly!!!

Student Communication



Professional dress
Dress like a professional educator, not a professional student-keep the separation.
Parents and visitors to our school notice.
County Administrators notice
.
Men-no tee shirts except for 'special' days.
Spirit Days
/jeans days will be announced.
You are allowed an additional ‘
Spirit Day
’ for your birthday.
Student telephone use

Student telephone use for emergencies only!! Please help by monitoring students’ requests! Learn to say NO!






Graduation committee
Caps & gowns
Programs
Practice
Stage seating

Safety-Mr. Williams
Make sure Tornado Route and Fire Evacuation Routes are posted
Monthly unannounced drills to include hard and soft lockdowns
Full evacuation drill during pre-planning
Review lockdown procedures w/class
Remember- no window treatments and rugs MUST be fire retardant
Maintain an unobstructed pathway to the escape window
Artwork cannot exceed 20% of walls
KNOW YOUR SAFETY PLAN
Are you interested in serving on the safety committee???

Appliances, extension cords, surge protectors in the classroom.
Do not overload outlets
, ‘pig tail’ surge protectors or use multi-plug adapters!
Portable heaters, refrigerators, microwaves, hot plates, frozen drink machines & coffee pots are NOT allowed in the classrooms






Please keep these in mind!!!!

Before and after school child care
Please make the necessary arrangements to drop your child off before coming to work.
If you child walks down from GMS, they must stay in your classroom until you leave.




REQUEST FOR SPECIAL PERMISSION TO RIDE A BUS OTHER THAN THE ASSIGNED BUS
COLUMBIA COUNTY SCHOOL SYSTEM
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
4781 Hereford Farm Rd
Evans, Ga 30809
706-541-1087 or 541-0657 FAX# 706-855-3852
Email to donna.hattaway@ccboe.net

What is a KHE?
A KHE is to be used for modifications, improvements, gifts to the school building and/or grounds. 
Until a
KHE
has been approved by the appropriate departments, no modifications or improvements are to be made to the school or grounds.

Copier use & abuse-
Printers are NOT copiers
Check email and voice mail throughout the day. Respond to parents within
24 hours
.
Overnight trips & Professional leave requests-have your paperwork ahead of time or they will not be submitted.
Field trips must leave after
9AM
and return before
2:15PM.
Prior approvals are not to be denied by a teacher, I am giving that student permission to attend that event.
Paper use was better last year :)

Student absences and makeup work

Students are allowed to make up major tests & projects when they are absent,
excused or unexcused
Rule of thumb, work should be completed within
5 school days
Be consistent within your department & the school

Student absences due to suspension
The student
is not
eligible to
compete
until the following school day.
The student
is
eligible to attend the event.
Child abuse

We are all reporters when it comes to this . Do not wait overnight or the weekend to report
All school-based employees complete the training by
August XXth, this is mandatory!
Access information has been emailed to you(
X-XX-XXXX
).
Once the trainings are completed, sign off sheets are on Mrs. Quattlebaum’s door.
Turn a copy of you certificate to Mrs. Quattlebaum.

~Administration and Department Chairs meet
Tuesdays,
starting with A lunch
~New Teacher Induction meet
Wednesdays,
starting with A lunch
~Faculty meetings are on
Thursday
after school

CCBOE Employee Handbook
http://www.ccboe.net/pages/Columbia_County/Departments/Human_Resources/6589335006320720722/Handbooks
Signoff by close of work 8-11-17
2015-2016 Columbia County School System

July 24, 27, 28 Principals’ Conference
July 30-31 August 3-4 Pre-Planning
August 5 First Day of School
September Progress Reports
September 7 Labor Day Holiday
September 17 Early Release/Parent Conferences
October 7 End of Nine Weeks
October 12 Holiday
October 13 Student Holiday/Teacher Work Day
October 16 Report Cards
November 12 Progress Reports
November 23-27 Thanksgiving Holidays
December 16-18 Semester Exams
December 18 Early Release Day/End of First Semester
December 21 - Jan.1/(inclusive) Holidays

We Lead by Example
Monitor your social media
– Our students are savvy and will research their teachers online. Make sure what they find will be encouraging and respectful.
Choose your words wisely
– Support your students the same way you would want your leaders to support you (
or what is being recorded
).

Greenbrier High School
An Advanced Placement & Professional Studies School
Professional Organizations for Educators
GAE
PAGE
Join TODAY

YOU
control when devices are used
Exercise common sense
We no longer take up cell phones

Do Not use labs for ‘current events’
Use labs for research & projects
Authentic use in the classroom
Substitute pen & paper for keyboards and screens
Out, on, or in use
Testing security
"
Your own & independent work
"
Take a long and serious look at this, is the REWARD worth the RISK??
Occupational Survey: Teachers and Students
Must be completed on every student
Put them in your registration packet.
If any of them are identified, you will then send to me.
If not keep in permanent records.



Sign In/Sign Out
This is important so we will know if we have to cover a class for you
If there is a serious reason why you left we can check on you
Should a family member try contacting you we will know if your are here or not
Code of Ethics #4 Honesty
Please initial the sign-in sheet when you enter the building.
You must get permission from your administrator to leave during the school day.
You must sign out on your card located in Mrs.Quattlebaum's office.
After school appointments: please make them for after 3PM when possible
If you have to leave campus
Notify your sign-in administrator and sign out in Mrs. Quattlebaum’s office
If you return, please sign back in on the same card
Personal Leave
Please submit your request in writing, preferably by email to Mr. Segraves
AND
Mrs. Quattlebaum as well as
your Administrator
1 week in advance.
Approval is contingent with you securing a sub for the absence.
There is a maximum of three personal days per school year.
Keep up with this, your pay check will be docked!
Be mindful when you ask for day



TKES

30% of the TEM based on Student Growth on
only one measure per teacher
Student growth for non-SGP teachers to be
determined and administered by the district
20% of the TEM based on Professional Growth
NO
student surveys OR roster verifications
CCBOE will do surveys
65% Enrollment changed to 90% Attendance
*Full Formative TKES Process
Orientation
Conferences
•Three Conferences (Pre-Evaluation, Mid-year, and Summative)
Observations
•Two Formative Assessments consisting of four Walkthroughs, two Formative Observations, and documentation
Summative Assessment

*Flexible TKES Process
Orientation
•Three Conferences (Pre-Evaluation, Mid-year, and Summative)
Observations
•Two Observations, at a minimum, as defined by the district
Summative Assessment


Full Formative TAPS Process
Required for all educators who fall into one of these categories:
•Induction Teachers (three or less years of experience will participate in the full TAPS Formative Process)
• Teaching out-of-field (non-renewable certificate)
• New position
• Out of the profession for a period of time
• Moving into the state
• Evaluation performance of Needs Development or Ineffective

Flexible TAPS Process
• Teachers with more than three years of experience and earning a Level III or a Level IV on the TAPS Summative/TEM
• Consists of a minimum of two observations as defined by the district

Grading concerns Policy JBD
Schools shall establish incentives and rewards to enhance student attendance.
Absences due to short-term (out-of-school) suspension or pending a disciplinary hearing are unexcused and make up of class work shall not be afforded; however, an opportunity to
make up major exams and special projects shall be afforded
, provided the suspension is imposed by the school and is not the choice of the student.
Do not use for discipline
Day 11
Attendance first 5 minutes of class
Turn in all notes to the front office by the end of 2nd. period
Attendance folders will be kept by the 2nd. period teacher all year
Alert Mrs. Wilkinson of extended student absences

Data Teams

What are Data Teams?
How can I use them?
Who are our target groups?

Ms. Lowery & Mrs. Whipple
The Columbia County School System

We
LEARN

L
ead by example
E
xpect ALL to succeed
A
chieve excellence through engaging experiences
R
espect and value others
N
ow and tomorrow
The purpose of the Columbia County School District is to empower and inspire all students to excel in a global society.

2016-2017 PROFESSIONAL LEAVE AND OVERNIGHT REQUEST FORMS DEADLINES


Leave Occurring Between

To Be Approved at

Leave Request Due
These Dates:

this BOE Meeting:

By 12pm On This Dat
e
June 29-July 12, 2016 June 28, 2016 June 24, 2016
July 13-July 26, 2016 July 12, 2016 July 8, 2016
July 27-August 9, 2016 July 26, 2016 July 22, 2016
Aug 10-Aug 23, 2016 Aug 9, 2016 Aug 5, 2016
Aug 24-Sept 13, 2016 Aug 23, 2016 Aug 19, 2016
Sept 14-Sept 27, 2016 Sept 13, 2016 Sept 9, 2016
Sept 28-Oct 11, 2016 Sept 27, 2016 Sept 23, 2016
Oct 12-Oct 25, 2016 Oct 11, 2016 Oct 7, 2016
Oct 26-Nov 8, 2016 Oct 25, 2016 Oct 21, 2016
Nov 9-Dec 13, 2016 Nov 8, 2016 Nov 4, 2016
Dec 14-Jan 10, 2017 Dec 13, 2016 Dec 9, 2016
Jan 11-Jan 24, 2017 Jan 10, 2017 Jan 6, 2017
Jan 25-Feb 14, 2017 Jan 24, 2017 Jan 20, 2017
Feb 15-Feb 28, 2017 Feb 14, 2017 Feb 10, 2017
Mar 1-Mar 14, 2017 Feb 28, 2017 Feb 24, 2017
Mar 15-Mar 28, 2017 Mar 14, 2017 Mar 10, 2017
Mar 29-Aprll 11, 2017 Mar 28, 2017 Mar 24, 2017
April 12-April 25, 2017 April 11, 2017 Mar 31, 2017
April 26-May 9, 2017 April 25, 2017 April 21, 2017
May 10-May 23, 2017 May 9, 2017 May 5, 2017
May 24-June 13, 2017 May 23, 2017 May 19, 2017
June 14-June 27, 2017 June 13, 2017 June 9, 2017
June 28-July 11, 2017 June 27, 2017 June 23, 2017
July 12-July 25, 2017 July 11, 2017 July 7, 2017

Professional Leave
Submit your requests to Mrs. Duff
AND
Mrs. Quattlebaum.
Must be Board approved
NOT official until approved form is emailed to you

On Line Calendar
Department Chairs & Admins have edit privileges
Submit your events to your DC for posting
Everyone can view the calendar to prevent overlap

Admin doors:
Step 1: press 1
Step 2: press 3
Step 3: press 2
Step 4: press 'enter'
Step 5: open the door

Communication
Grades

Teacher FYI's
Odds & Ends
ceiling tiles
intercom
lights


Duty Schedule

Mrs. Guilbeau
Residency Check
Capstone Project
Duty Schedules
Teacher Mentor/Guide
Mr. Williams
Safety
Discipline
Mr. Dees
Residency Check
Live Binder
Schedules
Dr. Barnes
RTI/SPED
Websites
Communication
Climate Surveys
Students-discuss w/students
75% of EACH grade level
Parents
Faculty & Staff-100%
CCRPI
IMPORTANT!

Mrs. Duff
Mrs. Quattlebaum
To receive messages regarding testing, text @ghstest to 81010.
House Bill 131
Mandates schools to handle cyberbullying, whether or not it occurred at school, on school equipment or on school network, if the electronic communication:
Is directed specifically at students or school personnel;
Is maliciously intended to threaten those specified or substantially disrupt the orderly operation of school and;
Creates a reasonable fear of harm to students’ or personnel’s person or property or has the likelihood to succeed in that purpose.

Thank you to EVERYONE who helped us get ready for Monday!
SGA
9th grade Advisor-
OPEN
10th grade Advisor-Mrs. Peel, Mrs. Purvis, Mrs. Warren
11th grade Advisor-Ms. Dorman, Ms. Herndon, Mr. Barton
12 grade Advisor-Mr. Jones, Mrs. Jackson-Whipple, Susan Shipman
Executive Director-Mr. Jones

Mr. Chris Lane
Business Manager
Best Open House EVER !!!
5PM-8PM


Technology Pros & Cons
Academic Dishonesty
What constitutes AD?
Educate your students
New Clubs @ GHS
Key Club-Dr. Fleming
Student Ambassador Program

Fall lab experience in the fall.

Veronica Garcia-Hoepker- Spanish (Mrs. Presgrove)
Rachel Quinton- English- (Mrs. Dorn)Kortlyn McPeek- English (J. Arnold)
HOT topics
Cell phones-YOU control the use
Dress code
Holes in jeans

XYZ

CNA & SIP
Leadership Team
Full transcript