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W. B. Browning Elementary

Welcome back to school!
Food and Fellowship
Welcome and Overview of the New Seed Programs
Positive Intervention and Support
Team building/School Culture
Video
Break
Data Presentation
Perception Data: Food for Thought
Back to School Packet
Lunch
Classroom Worktime



Agenda
Team Building and Improving School Culture
Activity Name
Mission Impossible
Directions shared by Amy



Challenges and Successes

Accountability Scorecard

NWEA Spring Data
DATA
Browning Staff Calendar
I have created a "Browning Staff Calendar" that I will share with you on Outlook to help with communication. This calendar will have all important events on there and Debbie, Viriginia and I will update this regularly. You can view this in your Outlook Account. Be sure to watch closely when you use your calendar so you only put events important you on YOUR calendar. If you are not sure how this works, see me or Debbie.
Theme for the Year
"Every Kid Needs a Champion" by Rita Pierson
Back to School Packet
State Assessments

Policies and Procedures

Data Teams

Lesson Plans
Food for Thought
Perception Data
Break Time
Let's Have A Super Successful Year!
A truly special teacher is very wise, and sees tomorrow in every child's eyes.

We are building a strong foundation for our students' futures. Teachers are the key to success!
We hold the keys to success that help our kids unlock their potential!
The Teddy Stallard Story
W.B. Browning Elementary
Fall Conference Schedule
Select two evening conferences
11/6/2014- 11/19/14

Seed Programs


Jennifer and Angela overview
Rooms 18 and 19
Sharing of space
Safety Patrol for the bus
Buddies at lunch and recess
Update
Matrix
Kick off
Video/skit
Banners

Browning Elementary's Goal

Reading
Measurable Objective 1
78% of all students will demonstrate a proficiency in all domains in English Language Arts by 6/12/2015 State Asssessment and District Benchmark Assessment.

Measurable Objective 2
78% of Economically Disadvantage Students with Disabilities and English Learners students will deomonstrate proficiency across all domains as aggregate scores in English Language Arts by 6/12/2015 as measured by the Spring 2015 State Assessment and district Benchmarks Assessments.

Progress Monitoring
100% of the Kindergarten students will meet aor exceed their projected RIT score for Reading as measured by the Spring 2014 NWEA Assessment.









Browning's Scorecard
Reading Scorecard
Math Scorecard
Science Scorecard
Writing Scorecard
Social Studies
Ann Connor ~ Art
Jennifer Miller ~ Seed
Angela Cheslock ~ Seed
Social Studies Scorecard
Highest Satisfaction
from
Lower Elementary
"My teacher wants me to do my best."
" My teacher wants me to learn"
"My school has books for me to read. "
Highest Satisfaction
from
Upper Elementary
" In my school, my principal and teachers want every student to learn"
" My School has computers to help me learn."
"My school has many places where I can learn, such as the library."


Lowest Satisfaction
" My family likes to come to my school."
"Other teachers know me."
"My prinicpal and teachers ask what I think about school."
" In school students treat adults with respect."
Highest Satisfaction
among Staff
"School's leaders expect all staff members to hold all students to high academic standards."

" Our school maintains facilities that contribute to a safe enviroment."

" Our school leaders monitor data related to school achievement."
Lowest Satisfaction
among Staff
" Working together as a team"
Lesson Plan Due Dates

Lesson plans should be left on the teacher’s desk the week identified below.
I will review the lesson plans using the Browning Lesson Plan Rubric.

Kindergarten & 1st Grade
October 6th
Jan 5th
March 23rd

2nd, 3rd, & Special Education
October 13th
January 12th
April 13th

4th & 5th Grade
October 20th
February 2nd
April 27th

6th Grade & Specialists
November 3rd
February 9th
May 4th

To build staff unity by creating team building activities.

Introduce the SEED program
and opportunity to work with the SEED students.

Update staff on PBIS and implementation of the program.

To share components of the School Improvement Plan and the current working document.





Objectives

Issue placed on November 4, 2014 ballot
Non-homestead renewal expires after 2014
No impact to owner-occupied homes
Preserves and maintains outstanding school district
Supports operating expenses, including teachers, basic school supplies and utilities such as heat and water

Non-Homestead Renewal

Utica Community Schools
2014-2015 Projected Revenue

What is the impact of the non-homestead renewal to homeowners?
ZERO, primary homeowners do not pay this tax.

Non-Homestead Renewal

UCS voters approved the Non-Homestead millage for operating purposes in both 1994 and 2004 each for a ten-year period.
In accordance with law, renewal vote necessary; Board of Education must call for election prior to 2015 levy.

UTICA COMMUNITY SCHOOLS
Non-Homestead Renewal Overview

What is the impact of the non-homestead renewal to rental, industrial, commercial or second homes?

Continuation of 17.9316 mills

This is a REAUTHORIZATION, this is NOTHING NEW

Non-Homestead Renewal

What are non-homestead properties?
Non-homestead properties are any properties used for rental, industrial, commercial or second homes.

Owner-occupied homes are considered homestead property. There is ZERO impact on a homeowner’s property taxes.

Non-Homestead Renewal



August 2014

UTICA COMMUNITY SCHOOLS
Non-Homestead Renewal Overview



August 2014

UTICA COMMUNITY SCHOOLS
Non-Homestead Renewal Overview

UCS voters approved the Non-Homestead millage for operating purposes in both 1994 and 2004 each for a ten-year period.
In accordance with law, renewal vote necessary; Board of Education must call for election prior to 2015 levy.

Non-Homestead Renewal

W. B. Browning Elementary

Welcome back to school! I am looking forward to having a great year!
Social Studies Scorecard


August 2014

UTICA COMMUNITY SCHOOLS
Non-Homestead Renewal Overview

UCS voters approved the Non-Homestead millage for operating purposes in both 1994 and 2004 each for a ten-year period.
In accordance with law, renewal vote necessary; Board of Education must call for election prior to 2015 levy.

Non-Homestead Renewal

What are non-homestead properties?
Non-homestead properties are any properties used for rental, industrial, commercial or second homes.

Owner-occupied homes are considered homestead property. There is ZERO impact on a homeowner’s property taxes.

Non-Homestead Renewal

What is the impact of the non-homestead renewal to homeowners?
ZERO, primary homeowners do not pay this tax.

Non-Homestead Renewal


Issue placed on November 4, 2014 ballot
Non-homestead renewal expires after 2014
No impact to owner-occupied homes
Preserves and maintains outstanding school district
Supports operating expenses, including teachers, basic school supplies and utilities such as heat and water

Non-Homestead Renewal

Utica Community Schools
2014-2015 Projected Revenue


Issue placed on November 4, 2014 ballot
Non-homestead renewal expires after 2014
No impact to owner-occupied homes
Preserves and maintains outstanding school district
Supports operating expenses, including teachers, basic school supplies and utilities such as heat and water

Non-Homestead Renewal

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