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TPEP APPROVEDTemplate 1 - Send Status
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1617.92Transmath TrainingYES8/22/178:00:00 AM3:00:00 PM7D.O.Lloy Schaaf
Teachers will receive training on newly purchased math materials.
lschaaf@stanwood.wednet.edu
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We have needed to up-grade our special education mathematics programs.
Participants will be able to implement the new Transmath Program after the training
Transmit focuses on the Wa. State Learning Standards for Special Education Students.
Participation/Implementation
Lloy Schaaf, Ed.D
YESError: Invalid email: undefined
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1617.93
CEL Framwork Training Introduction
YES8/31/178:00:00 AM11:00:00 AM3D.O.
Lloy Schaaf/Staci Lauinger
New teachers will be trained on the CEL Framework.
lschaaf@stanwood.wednet.edu
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The CEL Framework is the District Adopted framework and is a key component to the Teacher Evaluation System.
Participants become familiar with the CEL Framework.
The Framework Training directly relates to the Washington State Learning Standards.
Participation/Implementation
Lloy SchaafNOError: Invalid email: undefined
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1617.94
New Teacher Technology Training
YES8/30/1712:00:00 AM3:00:00 PM3D.O.Mark Wayland
New Teachers will be given instruction on navigating the district technology systems.
lschaaf@stanwood.wednet.edu
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New teachers need to know how to access critical technology for their work with students.
New teachers will understand how to navigate technology in the Stanwood-Camano School District.
Technology supports the Washington State Learning Standards
Participation and implementation
Lloy SchaafYESError: Invalid email: undefined
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1617.95
New Teacher Training 2017
YES8/31/178:00:00 AM3:00:00 PM6D.O.
Lloy Schaaf/Maurene Stanton
This day will address district vision, human resource topics, and classroom management
lschaaf@stanwood.wednet.edu
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All new teachers need training in district procedures and vision in order to better serve students.
Participants will be able to address human resource topics, district vision and classroom management.
This is foundational to supporting the Washington State Learning Standards.
Participation and Implementation
Lloy SchaafNOError: Invalid email: undefined
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1718.01
Leadership Team 2017-18
YES
8/17; 9/19;10/10; 11/14; 12/12: 1/9;2/13; 3/13; 4/17; 5/22; 6/19
7:30:00 AM10:30:00 AM
37 clock hours August 17th- will be 7 hours
D.O.Dr. Lloy Schaaf
The leadership team will work on topic of professional development critical to the Stanwood-Camano School District. School Improvement planning, technology, next generation science standards, and other pertainent topics will be reviewed.
lschaaf@stanwood.wednet.edu
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Instructional improvement is a district focus. Building administrators and directors are critical to the improved student achievement process
Outcomes will include knowledge of district initiatives, professional development and nuts and bolts items.
The Washington State Learning Standards will be supported through this work.
Participation and required homework
Dr. Lloy SchaafNOError: Invalid email: undefined
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1718.02SHS LEADERSHIPYES9/11-5/72:303:308SHSChristine DelPozo1410/28/2016 10:53:33, email sent from thaugstad@stanwood.wednet.edu to thaugstad@stanwood.wednet.edu
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1718.03SHS AMIN TEAMYES8/18/177SHSChristine DelPozo
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1718.04PSMS BLTYES8/226/13/PSMS
CRYSTY AUCKLAND
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1718.05SHS AUGUST LEADERSHIPYES8/318/31SHSChristine DelPozo
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1718.06SHS IN-SERVICE DAYYES9/19/1Christine DelPozo
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1718.07TCE LEADERSHIPYES
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1718.08TCE PROFESSIONAL DEV
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1718.09UES LEADERSHIP TEAM
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1718.10UES WEDNESDAY
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1718.11SMS BUILDING LEADERSHIIP
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1718.12SMS PROF DEV.
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1718.13LHH IN-SERVICE
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1718.14UES PAX GBG TRAINING
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1718.15LHH ASSESSMENT PROCOTOR
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1718.16SHS ASSESSMENT PROCOTOR
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1718.17SPEECH LANG. PATHOLOGIST
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1718.18
Elger Bay Elementary Professional Development Wednesdays
YES
9/1/17 (8:30am-4:00pm--7 hours) All the rest of the dates are 8:30-9:50am--80 minutes each: 9/13/17, 9/20, 9/27; 10/4, 10/11, 10/18, 10/25; 11/1, 11/8, 11/15, 11/29; 12/6, 12/13; 1/3/18, 1/10, 1/17, 1/24; 2/14, 2/21, 2/28; 3/7, 3/14, 3/21; 4/11, 4/18, 4/25; 5/2, 5/9, 5/16, 5/23; 6/13
8:30:00 AM9:50:00 AM48EBEVictor Hanzeli
Elger Bay Elementary staff will collaborate on building issues including our School Improvement Plan (SIP), Washington State Learning Standards, Smarter Balanced Assessments, Mindsets, academic subjects, and technology.
danderson@stanwood.wednet.edu
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EBE staff will work together to examine/implement our SIP, align instruction with standards, review data, design intervention strategies, increase technology skills, and collaborate on district and school wide issues.
Work together as a team, use standards and assessments to align/modify instruction, apply learnings from MINDSETS incorporating THE DOT, increase technology skills, and focus on writing including anchor papers and rubrics.
Our work will help align instruction in our classrooms with our SIP and Washington State Learning Standards.
Attendance and participation.
Victor HanzeliYESError: Invalid email: undefined
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1718.19
Elger Bay Elementary Leadership Team
YES
8/21/17 12:00-3:00 pm for 3 clock hours--the rest of the dates are from 8:00-8:45 am--9/12/17, 9/19, 9/26; 10/3, 10/10, 10/17, 10/24; 11/7, 11/21; 12/5, 12/19; 1/16/18; 2/6, 2/20; 3/6, 3/20; 4/17; 5/1, 5/15; 6/5
8:00:00 AM8:45:00 AM18EBEVictor Hanzeli
Elger Bay Elementary's Leadership Team will review and modify our School Improvement Plan (SIP), research and implement learning opportunities for our staff, and use data to drive decisions.
danderson@stanwood.wednet.edu
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EBE's Leadership Team is responsible for working on our SIP, researching and organizing professional learning for the EBE staff, gathering and studying data, and supporting our staff to work on items related to our SIP.
This team will review and update our SIP while aligning it to the District Improvement Plan, gather and review data to support our staff and students, make instructional recommendations based on data, work as a team to create and implement meaningful professional learning opportunities, and work with the staff to determine ares of instructional growth which includes technology.
This work will help align instruction in our classrooms with our SIP and Washington State Learning Standards.
Attendance and participation
Victor HanzeliYESError: Invalid email: undefined
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1718.20Math Pilot In-serviceYES9/14/178:30:00 AM3:00:00 AM5.5D.O.
Dr. Lloy Schaaf/HM Representatives
Participants will become familiar with the new Math Expressions Program along with technological additions.
lschaaf@stanwood.wednet.edu
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We need to up-date our current elementary math program and in order to pilot the materials, those piloting need to have training to make decisions about the program.
Participants will be familiar with the new program so that they can test it out in their classrooms.
The new Math Expressions is based on the Washington State Learning Standards
Participation and piloting
Dr. Lloy SchaafYESError: Invalid email: undefined
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1718.21New Teacher TopicsYES
9/1, 11/1, 12/6
4:00:00 PM5:30:00 AM4.5D.O.Lloy Schaaf
New teachers and other interested teachers will learn more about Adverse Childhood Experiences, preparing for conferences and special education
lschaaf@stanwood.wednet.edu
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New teachers need support in these areas
Participants will understand the impact of learning on children with ACES, how to prepare for conferences and more about the special education identification process
This topics support the Washington State Learning Standards and new teachers
ParticipationDr. Lloy SchaafNOError: Invalid email: undefined
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1718.22
Comprehensive Evaluation Training
YES9/252:30:00 PM4:30:00 PM3D.O.
Lloy Schaaf, Rita Peterson, Nyda Goldstein, Maurene Stanton
This course is for teachers who will be back on the Comprehensive Evaluation System or who are new to our district and on the Comprehensive Evaluation System. Topics will include CEL framework changes, student growth, timelines, and evaluation document information.
lschaaf@stanwood.wednet.edu
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This course has been requested and there are up-dates to the CEL framework and evaluation documents.
Teachers will feel confident in the Comprehensive Evaluation Process.
TPEP supports the Washington State Learning Standards
Participation and meeting with principal for evaluation
Dr. Lloy SchaafNOYESError: Invalid email: undefined
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1718.24PSMS Prof Wednesdays
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1718.23Formative AssessmentYES10/124:15:00 PM7:15:00 PM3D.O.
Rita Peterson, Nyda Goldstein
Participants will learn how to incorporate assessment strategies into their classroom. Participants will engage in the strategies and have several useful ideas to take back to their classroom the next day. This course counts as both STEM and TPEP
lschaaf@stanwood.wednet.edu
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This course is designed to introduce formative assessment into the classroom and qualifies for both STEM and TPEP course for teacher certification renewal.
Teachers will be able to incorporate STEM and TPEP best practices in their classrooms.
STEM and TPEP support the Washington State Learning Standards
ParticipationDr. Lloy SchaafYESYESError: Invalid email: undefined
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1718.25
Stanwood Middle School Professional Development Wednesdays
YES
9/13, 10/4, 10/11, 11/15, 12/6, 1/10, 1/24, 2/14, 2/28, 3/14, 4/11, 5/9, 5/23, 5/30
7:10:00 AM8:40:00 AM21
Stanwood Middle School
Tod Klundt
➢ Common Core State Standards in Math & Language Arts.
➢ Using data to drive instruction.
➢ Researching intervention strategies to help close the gap of our underachieving students.
tklundt@stanwood.wednet.edu
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Professional Development Wednesdays are for collaboration, learning new instructional strategies, digging through data and researching best practices. All topics (Math, Reading, Writing, etc) are covered in this PDW. Stanwood Middle School works as a whole staff, with grade level teams and across grade levels.
1) Use data to drive instruction.2) Collaborate with peers to improve instructional strategies and support in planning, etc.3)Improve student learning
This activity will help to align what we are doing in our classrooms with our SIP which is aligned to the Common Core State Standards measured on the Smarter Balance Assessment.
Attendance and participation.
Tod KlundtNONOError: Invalid email: undefined
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1718.26
SMS Leadership Team: Planning Professional Development
YES
9/15, 9/29, 10/6, 11/9, 12/1, 1/5, 1/19, 2/9, 2/23, 3/9, 5/4, 5/18, 5/25
6:30:00 AM7:30:00 AM13
Stanwood Middle School
Tod Klundt
➢ Common Core State Standards in Math & Language Arts.
➢ Using data to drive instruction.
➢ Researching intervention strategies to help close the gap of our underachieving students.
tklundt@stanwood.wednet.edu
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Every year the leadership team is responsible for researching, polling, creating and organizing the professional development for Stanwood Middle School. Not only do they work on professional development, they also work on School Improvement Plan (SIP), gather data and support our staff to work on items related to our SIP. This year, they will also develop and plan our Advisory Calendar throughout the year.
1) Work as a team to create meaningful professional development opportunities for the Stanwood Middle School Staff. 2) Work with the staff to determine areas of instructional growth. 3)Gather data to support instructional staff. 4) Create a SIP to reflect our goals and growth for the 2017-18 school year. 5)Create an Advisory calendar for the 2017-18 school year.
This activity will help to align what we are doing in our classrooms with our SIP which is aligned to the Common Core State Standards measured on the Smarter Balance Assessment.
Attendance and participation.
Tod KlundtNONOError: Invalid email: undefined
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1718.27
Preschool Special Education Evaluation and Program Team
YES
2017: 9/20, 9/27, 10/4, 10/11,10/18, 10/25,11/1, 11/8, 11/15, 11/29, 12/6, 12/13 2018: 1/3, 1/10, 1/17, 1/24, 1/31, 2/7, 2/14, 2/21, 2/28, 3/7, 3/14, 3/21, 3/28, 4/11, 4/18, 4/25, 5/2, 5/9, 5/16, 5/23, 5/30, 6/6
10:30:00 AM11:00:00 AM17SESMichelle Olsufka
Review of written referrals.
Review of records from outside providers.
Review of medical records.
Determination and planning of evaluation procedures.
Program review, coordination, and planning.
Child study process.
molsufka@stanwood.wednet.edu
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The Preschool Special Education Evaluation Team meets weekly to review new referrals and determine the need for evaluations and the nature of the evaluations. The team reviews data and makes preliminary educational plans. In addition, the team conducts program review and planning as well as problem-solving for individual student needs.
The objective is to conduct team decision-making regarding individual student needs and program needs. Decisions are made regarding the evaluation procedures to be used and the team members needed to participate in the evaluations. Decisions are made regarding educational placements and educational problem-solving, as well as general program review, planning, and coordination.
The preschool program is aligned with Washington State’s Early Learning Plan: to help make sure that all children have what they need to succeed in school and life. The preschool program provides federal- and state-mandated special education services.
Attendance and participation
Lloy Schaaf/ Michelle Olsufka
YESYESError: Invalid email: undefined
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1718.29
SHS Instructional Practices
YES
10/4/17, 12/13/17, 1/3/18, 3/21/18, 5/30/18
7:10:00 AM8:30:00 AMYesSHSChristine Del Pozo
Focus on instructional best practices and use of 5 Dimensions, work on SIP action plans
cdelpozo@stanwood.wednet.edu
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Based on data gathered in classrooms and student achievement data, there is a need to focus on best practices/research to raise our student achievement levels. This is in alignment with the district improvement plan and district theory of action. This also fits with the high school theory of action. We will also focus on our SIP.
To gain a better understanding of best instructional practices, based on research.
To identify new strategies that teachers can work on in their own practice for the purpose of professional growth.
To create a SIP based on data and research to implement action plans (based on data and research), and monitor and adjust action plans throughout the school year.
This class relates to all state essential learnings and common core state standards because it focuses on how students learn (what they are doing in the classroom). In an effort to increase student achievement, we want to teach the staff best practices to utilize in the classroom setting. By doing so, we should see an increase in student achievement/learning and more students meeting state essential learnings and common core state standards.
Attend training, use information gathered from the trainings to enhance learning in the classroom (teachers create their own action plans, goals set/should see in classroom visits/lession plans).
Christine Del Pozo
NOYESError: Invalid email: undefined
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1718.28
SMS Professional Evaluation Group
YES
9-14-17, 9-21, 9-28, 10-5, 10-12, 10-19, 10-26, 11-2, 11-9-, 11-15, 12-7, 12-14-17; 1-4-18, 1-11, 1-18, 1-25, 2-1, 2-8, 2-15, 2-22, 3-1, 3-8, 3-15, 3-22, 4-12, 4-19, 4-26, 5-3, 5-10, 5-17, 5-24, 5-31, 6-7, 6-14-18
2:10:00 PM2:40:00 PM17SMSRobert Haskell
1. Review of SPED Pre-Referrals; Determination and planning of evaluation/reevaluation procedures 2. Program review, coordination, planning: How Can SPED Students be Successful in the General Education Environment? 3. Progress Monitoring Using Curriculum-Based Measurements: Cut-Scores; When to Choose a Lower Grade-Level Assessment 4. What does an SBAC score really mean: Level 2: Basic
Changes in SPED Law: Transitioning Students to High School – Who can Take Basic Level 2?
5. Social Thinking and Social Problem Solving 6. Updating IEPs for Transfer Students
Why Do We Need a Prior Written Notice?
When is an IEP Amendment Needed? 7. The Importance of Monitoring Students’ Grades
8. Resource Skills Class: Teaching Study Skills, Teaching Test-Taking Strategies, Strategies for Improving Math Performance, Strategies for Improving Written Expression Skills, Strategies for Improving Reading Fluency, Strategies for Improving Reading Comprehension, Strategies for Students with Working Memory/Processing Speed Deficits. 9. Impact of School Absences on Student Achievement Levels 10. Impact of ACEs on Student Performance
11. Designing Effective Behavior Plans 12. Gathering Meaningful Data When Making ESY Determinations
jscarber@stanwood.wednet.edu
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SPED services at SMS are aligned with Washington State’s Learning Standards: Read with comprehension, write effectively, communicate successfully; know and apply concepts/principles of mathematics, science, history, geography, arts, and health: think analytically logically, and creatively to form reasoned judgments and problem-solve: develop understanding of factors that impact future career and educational opportunities. The SMS PEG provides federal- and state-mandated special education services while addressing individual student needs in order to help SPED students realize academic, behavioral, and social success.
Conduct team decision-making regarding individual student needs and program needs. Decisions are made regarding evaluation/reevaluation procedures to be used as well as team members needed to participate in the evaluation/reevaluation. Improve coordination of services with IEP team and itinerant staff. Decisions are made regarding educational placements and educational problem-solving, as well as general program review, planning, and coordination. Improve communication between IEP team and home. Improve transition for elementary- to middle-school students/middle school- to high-school.
SPED services at Stanwood Middle School are aligned with Washington State’s Learning Standards: Read with comprehension, write effectively, communicate successfully; know and apply concepts/principles of mathematics, science, history, geography, arts, and health: think analytically logically, and creatively to form reasoned judgments and problem-solve: develop understanding of factors that impact future career and educational opportunities. The SMS PEG provides federal- and state-mandated special education services while addressing individual student needs.
Attendance and participation
Jo E. ScarberYESYESError: Invalid email: undefined
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1718.30
Google Certification w/STEM
YESOct 1 - Jan 318:00:00 AM4:00:00 PM25
Google Classroom/Online
Mark WaylandGoogle Certification Lvl 1
mwayland@stanwood.wednet.edu
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Technology integration is a mandate now of the Common Core State Standards. Technology should be seen as a natural extension and necessary part of lessons, supporting learning in all subject matters. Google training helps educators become more comfortable using Google tools, which helps them prepare and train students. Lifelong learning is essential to developing yourself as an educator. No matter your level of experience with technology, there's always room to grow.
Designed for educators and classroom teachers who wish to demonstrate proficiency in using Google for Education tools. The Level 1 status indicates that an educator is able to successfully implement G Suite for Education into their teaching practice in order to enhance teaching and learning.
The use of Google Apps aids teachers in the integration of technology and district curricula and content, which is a requirement of the Common Core State Standards. Technology also provides incredible opportunities for students to learn, connect, create, and collaborate in ways never before imagined.
Google Classroom Participation, Log Sheet, Class Attendance
Mark WaylandYESNOError: Invalid email: undefined
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1718.31
Professional Learning Wednesdays
YES
9/13/17, 9/20/17, 9/27/17, 10/4/17, 10/11/17, 10/18/17, 10/25/17, 11/1/17, 11/8/17, 11/15/17, 11/29/17, 12/6/17, 12/13/17, 1/3/18, 1/10/18, 1/17/18, 2/14/18, 2/21/18, 2/21/18, 2/28/18, 3/7/18, 3/14/18, 3/21/18, 4/11/18, 4/18/18/, 4/25/18, 5/2/18, 5/9/18, 5/16/18, 5/23/18, 6/13/18
8:30:00 AM10:00:00 AM31CES
CES Leadership Team
PLW gives our staff an opportunity to share best practices, collaborate within grade levels and with other grade levels. It is our time to support and learn with one another.
jlofgren@stanwood.wednet.edu
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PLW are designed for collaboration, learning new instructional strategies, looking at data to help us make instructional decisions in all academic areas. Other areas to be worked on will be to update our SIP plan using the most current data available.
We are also in the beginning stages of implementing our Positive Behavior Support Interventions. We are also using this time to design and implement our academic intervention schedule.
We seven new Chrome Book carts and our staff will be receiving inservice as to how to effectively use them in class and how to keep them in good working order.
•Continue our work to improve our math instruction. Our fourth grade staff and one third grade staff member are piloting the latest materials from Math Expressions.
•Updated SIP reflects changes based on our data and instructional focus for the year.
•Interventions to be carried out by our specialists.
•Teachers will implement the use of Chrome Books in the classroom for educational purposes
We are aligning our work with the Washington State Standards. Each teacher has a flip book with all the standards listed for each grade level. Lessons are designed based on identified standards.
Attendance and participation.
Jeff LofgrenNONOError: Invalid email: undefined
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1718.32
Leadership Team Meetings
YES
9/14/17, 9/28/17, 10/12/17, 10/26/17, 11/9/17, 11/30/17, 12/14/17, 1/11/18, 1/25/18, 2/8/18, 2/22/18, 3/8/18, 3/22/18, 4/12/18, 4/26/18, 5/10/18, 5/24/18, 6/7/18
7:30:00 AM8:30:00 AM18CESJeff Lofgren
The leadership team meets to plan our PLW topics, activities and determine who will lead the learning.
jlofgren@stanwood.wednet.edu
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To accomplish the goals outlined on our PLW proposal, we will be meeting to plan for our Wednesdays. Using multiple sources of data, activities will be designed and implemented to address defic
PLW plan for the 2017-18 school year. Teachers will have the opportunity to learn with colleagues, share out successes from the classroom in relation to our work together and contribute ideas and strategies to colleagues.
Topics are in direct relation to the Washington State Standards, SIP and District Improvement Plan.
18Jeff LofgrenNONOError: Invalid email: undefined
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1718.33Leadership TeamYES
8/15, 8/16, 8/30, 9/4, 9/11, 9/18, 9/25, 10/9, 10/23, 11/6, 11/27,12/4, 12/18, 1/8, 1/22, 2/4, 2/25, 3/11, 3/18, 4/13, 4/27, 5/10, 5/17, 6/7
3:30:00 PM5:00:00 PM
1.5 X 22 = 33
SESBarb Marsh
Develop building protocols; develop focus for the 2017-2018 school year; and share the responsibility of doing preparation and implementation needed for PDW.
dlarson@stanwood.wednet.edu
4-5
Leadership Teams have been developed in every building of the Stanwood/Camano School District as determined by the administration and teacher's union. Stanwood Elementary has established this team with the principal and three representatives.
Monitor overriding issues in the building that may be interfering with our success as a staff: plan/prepare & present PDW topics that create collaborative experiences which will improve staff's instructional capacity and review, renew and maintain Student Improvement Plan.
The leadership team will support and monitor the understanding, connections and implementation of the state standards. Since our curriculum is aligned, we will continue to develop a clear understanding of how these connect to student learning. The overall goal during PDW's are to help create a positive school environment in oder to foster a growth mind set with every student.
Participate, plan, and lead in building decisions and professional development Wednesdays.
DeAnn LarsonYESYESError: Invalid email: undefined
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1718.33
Stanwood Elementary Multidisciplinary Planning Team
YES
9/19, 9/26, 10/3, 10/10. 10/17, 10/24, 11/14, 11/28, 12/5, 12/12, 1/9, 1/16, 1/23, 2/6, 2/13, 2/27, 3/6, 3/13, 4/10, 4/17, 5/8, 5/15, 5/22, 6/5
8:03:00 AM9:00:00 AM
23 X .5 = 11.5
SESDanielle Fogarty
Review of written referrals.
Review of records from outside providers.
Review of medical records.
Determination and planning of evaluation procedures.
Program review, coordination, and planning.
Child study process.
dlarson@stanwood.wednet.edu
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The Stanwood Elementary Multidisciplinary Planning Team (MDPT) meets weekly to review new referrals and determine the need for evaluations and the nature of the evaluations. The team reviews data and makes preliminary educational plans. In addition, the team conducts program review and planning as well as problem-solving for individual student needs.
The objective is to conduct team decision-making regarding individual student needs and program needs. Decisions are made regarding the evaluation procedures to be used and the team members needed to participate in the evaluations. Decisions are made regarding educational placements and educational problem-solving, as well as general program review, planning, and coordination.
Special education services at Stanwood Elementary are aligned with Washington State’s Learning Standards: Read with comprehension, write effectively, and communicate successfully; know and apply the concepts and principles of mathematics, sciences, history, geography, arts, and health; think analytically, logically, and creatively to form reasoned judgments and solve problems; and develop understandings of factors that affect future career and educational opportunities. The MDPT provides federal- and state-mandated special education services.
Participation and communication with staff and parents
DeAnn LarsonYESYESError: Invalid email: undefined
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1718.34
TPEP Student Growth Professional Learning
YES
Dates will be logged by participant
8:00:00 AM11:00:00 PM3D.O.Dr. Lloy Schaaf
Teachers participating in the evaluation process will log their time regarding work with their principal and colleagues up to 3 hours. Participants will be addressing student growth and the CEL framework during conferences with their principals and colleagues.
lschaaf@stanwood.wednet.edu
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This will address three hours of TPEP time/clock hours that teachers will need to renew their certificate after 2019.
Participants will become more adept at working on student growth along with other components of the framework
Teachers much address the WSLS in order to fulfill these clock hours
Participation and logging
Dr. Lloy SchaafNOYESError: Invalid email: undefined
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1718.35
Algebra 1 Collaboration (pt 1)
YES9/28/1711:30:00 AM2:30:00 AM3SHSStaci Lauinger
Algebra 1 Collaboration

Current student understanding toward standard
Reviewing assessments, planning for misunderstandings and reaching consensus on supports for engaging struggling students
slauinger@stanwood.wednet.edu
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Students are continuing to struggle in Algebra 1 as incoming 9th graders. This is a graduation requirement as well as the expectation to meet standard on the SBA. There is a need for alternative instructional strategies to address our most struggling math students.
Understanding mathematical misunderstandings or misconceptions related to standards
Understanding instructional strategies that work for struggling students
all of our work is related to helping students meet standard according to the CCSS and the SBA
attend 3 hours and participate
Staci LauingerNONOError: Invalid email: undefined
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1718.36
Understanding Fractions Through Number Talks and Fair Share Problems
YES10/30/174:15:00 PM7:15:00 PM3D.O.
Megan Overall and Kris Wayland
Introduction on using number talks and fair share problems to deepen our own understanding of fractions and increase understanding of fractions by students.
lschaaf@stanwood.wednet.edu
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Deepen our own mathematical knowledge and understanding of fractions, Deepen our understanding student ideas about fractions and how they develop and Deepen our understanding of the Common Core standards related to fractions
Support learning standards
Participation Lloy SchaafYESYESError: Invalid email: undefined
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9/21/2017 16:36:121718.37
Professional Development Wednesdays
YES
9/13, 9/20, 10/4, 10/18,11/1, 11/15, 11/29, 12/6,1/10,1/24, 2/14, 3/7, 3/21,4/11, 4/18,5/9, 5/23
8:30:00 AM10:00:00 AM
1.5 x 17 = 25.5
SES
Barb Marsh, DeAnn Larson, Kadi Ferguson, & Jennifer Collins
Environmental Social & Emotional Needs
Train & use Second Step Program
Training Sessions to Build Teacher Effectiveness
Introduction to PAX
dlarson@stanwood.wednet.edu
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Stanwood Elementary is a Title 1/LAP building. The school has many social and emotional needs of the children in order to make them successful in school and society. Stanwood Leadership Team along with the entire staff has determined the need to understand the emotional needs of students in order to create of culture of achievement.
Participants will gain knowledge and strategies that build teacher effectiveness in the classroom and school environment
Participants will gain knowledge and strategies that will help foster positive growth mind set for students.
Participants will understand and develop ways to create a culture of achievement in the school setting.
Participants will gain knowledge regarding characteristics of generational poverty and how it effects the school or work setting.
Participants will understand how children are disciplined in poverty homes and how this relates to the school setting.

Creating a positive culture for social and academic needs is critical to achieving the basic math, reading and writing skills as determined in the Common Core Standards. Research shows that without each staff and student needs to feel accepted and safe before they are able to succeed academically.
Participation in the PDW training and implementation of Second Step & other effective training strategies
DeAnn LarsonYESYESError: Invalid email: undefined
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9/27/2017 19:32:161718.38
ALE Curriculum Template Collaboration
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October 4,11,18,25 and November 1,8,15,29
7:30:00 AM9:00:00 AM12SARATOGARyan OvenellCurriculum template construction and review
rovenell@stanwood.wednet.edu
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Saratoga teachers use and document, through WSLPs, many curriculum options. Each of these options needs to have a framework and is recorded in a template for use by all.
Teachers will develop templates and frameworks for all curriculum described in Written Student Learning Plans and used by students and staff
Both our on-site and remote course learning plans identify Washington State Learning Standards to be met throughout the course.
Participate in collaboration with other Saratoga Staff on the date listed above.
Ryan OvenellNONOError: Invalid email: undefined
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9/28/2017 13:33:071718.39
Intro to Next Generation Science Standards
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10/5/17/ 10/26/17 repeat
8:30:00 AM3:30:00 PM6D.O.Brian McNivens
Brian will introduce elementary teachers to the Next Generation Science Standards with emphasis on changes from previous standards.
lschaaf@stanwood.wednet.edu
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NGSS are implemented this year and elementary needs to have the introductory training.
Teachers will be able to identify the overarching standards and the focus of engineering, math, technology and problem solving.
The NGSS are part of the Washington State Learning Standards
6Dr. Lloy SchaafYESNOError: Invalid email: undefined
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9/28/2017 10:29:381718.40.Principal TPEP 2017YESTBD8:00:00 AM11:00:00 AM3All schoolsDr. Lloy Schaaf
This course is designed to support principal work with teachers who are on the comprehensive evaluation system. Principals may log their hours up to three clock hours for work with teachers on the Comprehensive Evaluation System
lschaaf@stanwood.wednet.edu
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Support for Principals- approved by State
Principals will develop skills around instructional conversations
This supports the Washington State Learning Standards
Engagement in the evaluation process
Dr. Lloy SchaafNOYESError: Invalid email: undefined
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9/28/2017 10:42:351718.41
Math Expressions Pilot Implementation 201
YESTBD8:00:00 AM11:00:00 AM6
All elementary schools
Dr. Lloy Schaaf
Select elementary teachers are piloting the new 2018 Math Expressions Program which heavily integrates technology. Implementation and preparation for implementation have been a focal point.
lschaaf@stanwood.wednet.edu
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In order to determine if the New Math Expressions is viable for our district, we are piloting the 2018 version.
Participants will determine if the tech in the new program is viable for our district and will serve as teacher leaders if the program is adopted
Math Expressions is aligned to the Washington State Learning Standards
Implementation of the program
Dr. Lloy SchaafYESYESError: Invalid email: undefined
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10/6/2017 12:08:061718.42
Intervention Team 2017-18 Round 1
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10/13, 10/20, 10/27, 11/3, 12/1, 12/8, 12/15, 1/5
8:30:00 AM9:00:00 AM4UESColleen Keller
The Intervention Team (IT) is in place to help support staff members in dealing with and coming up with strategies to help students improve socially, academically and emotionally. Working as a team to problem-solve student needs helps each identified child grow and thus close the academic gaps between them and their peers. This team also works with families to help them better support their children at home and at school
ckeller@stanwood.wednet.edu
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Frequently we have teachers struggling with how to help students who are not meeting their potential. As part of RTI, the intervention team helps teachers to collaborate, brainstorm and set in place interventions to help the student progress. This OFTEN eliminates the path of an IEP and/or special education services.
1) Work as a team to create interventions helping to support student growth
2) Collaborate as a team to support staff and create instructional strategies improving student growth.
3) Collaborate as a team to support families when dealing with their child(ren) needs.
This activity helps to ensure students are ready for learning and meeting the Common Core State Standards within all subject areas.
Attend all assigned sessions. Engage in conversation and problem solving.
Colleen E. Keller
NOYESError: Invalid email: undefined
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10/6/2017 12:12:441718.43
Intervention Team 2017-18 Round 2
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1/12, 1/19, 1/26, 2/2, 2/9, 2/23, 3/2, 3/9
8:30:00 AM9:00:00 AM4UESColleen Keller
The Intervention Team (IT) is in place to help support staff members in dealing with and coming up with strategies to help students improve socially, academically and emotionally. Working as a team to problem-solve student needs helps each identified child grow and thus close the academic gaps between them and their peers. This team also works with families to help them better support their children at home and at school.
ckeller@stanwood.wednet.edu
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Frequently we have teachers struggling with how to help students who are not meeting their potential. As part of RTI, the intervention team helps teachers to collaborate, brainstorm and set in place interventions to help the student progress. This OFTEN eliminates the path of an IEP and/or special education services.
1) Work as a team to create interventions helping to support student growth
2) Collaborate as a team to support staff and create instructional strategies improving student growth.
3) Collaborate as a team to support families when dealing with their child(ren) needs.

This activity helps to ensure students are ready for learning and meeting the Common Core State Standards within all subject areas.
Attend all assigned sessions. Participate in conversations and problem solving.
Colleen KellerNOYESError: Invalid email: undefined
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10/6/2017 12:16:021718.44
Intervention Team 2017-18 Round 3
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3/16, 3/23, 4/20, 4/27, 5/4, 5/11, 5/18, 5/25
8:30:00 AM9:00:00 AM4UESColleen Keller
The Intervention Team (IT) is in place to help support staff members in dealing with and coming up with strategies to help students improve socially, academically and emotionally. Working as a team to problem-solve student needs helps each identified child grow and thus close the academic gaps between them and their peers. This team also works with families to help them better support their children at home and at school.
ckeller@stanwood.wednet.edu
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Frequently we have teachers struggling with how to help students who are not meeting their potential. As part of RTI, the intervention team helps teachers to collaborate, brainstorm and set in place interventions to help the student progress. This OFTEN eliminates the path of an IEP and/or special education services.
1) Work as a team to create interventions helping to support student growth
2) Collaborate as a team to support staff and create instructional strategies improving student growth.
3) Collaborate as a team to support families when dealing with their child(ren) needs.
This activity helps to ensure students are ready for learning and meeting the Common Core State Standards within all subject areas.
Attend all assigned sessions. Participate in conversations and problem solving.
Colleen KellerNOYESError: Invalid email: undefined
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10/11/2017 10:15:301718.45
Math Expressions Pilot support
YES10/17/178:30:00 AM11:30:00 AM3D.O.Dr. Lloy Schaaf
Math Expressions Piloting Teachers will continue on with support from Houghton Mifflin specifically in the tech area.
lschaaf@stanwood.wednet.edu
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We are reviewing the program to determine if an up-date to the 2018 version of the will better address the Washington State Learning Standards and technology.
Participants will be able to access the tech components of the program.
The 2018 edition of Math Expressions is aligned to the Washington State Learning Standards.
Participation and Implementation in the classroom
Dr. Lloy SchaafYESYESError: Invalid email: undefined
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10/17/2017 13:18:371718.46
Utsalady Elementary School Professioanl Evaluation Group
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10-24-17; 10-31-17; 11-7-17; 11-14-17; 11-21-17; 11-28-17; 12-5-17; 12-12-17; 12-19-17; 1-2-18; 1-9-18; 1-16-18; 1-23-18; 1-30-18; 2-6-18; 2-13-18; 2-20-18; 2-27-18; 3-6-18; 3-13-18; 3-20-18; 3-27-18; 4-10-18; 4-17-18; 4-24-18; 5-1-18; 5-8-18; 5-15-18; 5-22-18; 5-29-18; 6-5-18; 6-12-18
8:30:00 AM9:00:00 AM16UESRobert HascallAligning SPED Services
jscarber@stanwood.wednet.edu
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UES PEG team meets weekly to review new referrals and determine if SPED evaluation is warranted; Review upcoming SPED reevaluations; Determine the need for early reevaluation or assessment revisions; Staff students with behavior disruptions/discipline referrals; Using WIAT-III results to write IEP goals; Review and discuss changes in SPED law; Review UES policies related to SPED; Determine appropriate alternate sites for district and state assessments for SPED students; IEP review; Prepare for elementary to middle school transition; Review incoming Kindergarten students for fall term; Reviewing Accommodations for State Assessments; The Difference Between SDI and Accommodations; Review EBI in academics and behavior; Making SPED Eligibility Decisions as SLD: Discrepancy Model, Response to Intervention, and Patterns of Strengths and Weaknesses; Aligning IEP Goals to Identified Disability (OHI:ADD/ADHD); Model for Preparing Students for Exits from SPED Services; Using CUT Scores and When to Use Lower Grade Level CBM for Progress Monitoring; Gathering Meaningful Data for ESY Decisions.
Conduct team decision-making regarding individual student needs and program needs. Decisions are made regarding evaluation/reevaluation procedures to be used as well as team members needed to participate in the evaluation/reevaluation. Improve coordination of services with IEP team, itinerant staff, general education staff. Decisions are made regarding educational placements and educational problem-solving, as well as general program review, planning, and coordination. Improve communication between IEP team and home. Improve transition for elementary- to middle-school and Pre-School to Elementary School.
SPED services at Utsalady Elementary School are aligned with Washington State’s Learning Standards: Read with comprehension, write effectively, communicate successfully; know and apply concepts/principles of mathematics, science, history, geography, arts, and health: think analytically logically, and creatively to form reasoned judgments and problem-solve: develop understanding of factors that impact future career and educational opportunities. The UES PEG provides federal- and state-mandated special education services while addressing individual student needs.
Attendance/participation
Jo E. ScarberYESYESError: Invalid email: undefined
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10/19/2017 12:20:391718.47
Parental Designated Adult (PDA) Training
YES10/20/20179:00:00 AM12:00:00 PM3D.O.Anne DuLongDiabetes presentation / training for staff
pdeaton@stanwood.wednet.edu
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The health and well being of students with diabetes.
Staff to become Parental Designated Adults for students with diabetes.
N/A
Attend three hour training
Pamela DeatonNONOError: Invalid email: undefined
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10/23/2017 10:23:331718.48
SCSD TECH PD WORKSHOPS
YES
Oct. 26 to Feb 1
8:00:00 AM5:30:00 AM
Various workshops
Various locations
Mark WaylandTECH PD WORKSHOPS
mwayland@stanwood.wednet.edu
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Technology integration is a mandate now of the Common Core State Standards. Technology should be seen as a natural extension and necessary part of lessons, supporting learning in all subject matters. Training helps educators become more comfortable using Tech tools, which helps them prepare and train students. Lifelong learning is essential to developing yourself as an educator. No matter your level of experience with technology, there's always room to grow.
Designed for educators and classroom teachers who wish to integrate technology in the Classroom. Teachers will be able to successfully implement technology into their teaching practice in order to enhance teaching and learning.
The workshops aid teachers in the integration of technology and district curricula and content, which is a requirement of the Common Core State Standards. Technology also provides incredible opportunities for students to learn, connect, create, and collaborate in ways never before imagined.
Class Participation, Log Sheet, Class Attendance
Mark WaylandNONOError: Invalid email: undefined
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11/3/2017 14:20:031718.52
Seesaw/QR code review/implementation
YES
11/30, 12/14, 1/11, 1/25, 2/8, 2/22
8:00:00 AM8:30:00 AM3EBEKathleen Nelles
We will continue our work from last year and review SeeSaw plus QR codes. With the new Chrome books we will learn how to use SeeSaw on them and discover some new features of the app. We will plan some activities and implement them. We will discuss what we have done and what steps we will take next to use this technology in the classroom.
knelles@stanwood.wednet.edu
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SeeSaw and QR codes are a great way to assess children's learning. With the implementation of new technology we will discover ways to use it in the classroom that is relevant to what our district curriculum covers and the standards.
After reviewing the apps we will become more comfortable using them and actually plan projects to use with our students.
SE4: Teacher sets expectation and provides support for a variety of engagement strategies and structures that facilitate participation and meaning making by students. All students have the opportunity to engage in discipline-specific meaning making. Meaning making is often student led.

CP5: Teacher provides scaffolds that are clearly related to and support the development of the targeted concepts and/or skills. Using scaffolds, the teacher gradually releases responsibility to students to promote learning and independence. Students expected to be self-reliant. Students use scaffolds across tasks with similar demands

SE2: Teacher provides opportunities and strategies for students to take ownership of their learning. Most locus of control is with students in ways that supports student learning.

P31:Performance tasks require a demonstration of thinking connected to the learning target. Performance tasks require application of discipline-specific concepts or skills. Students are able to use prior learnings/understandings to engage in new performance tasks.
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Kathleen Nelles
YESYESError: Invalid email: undefined
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11/8/2017 9:27:411718.49Right ResponseYES11/2/17, TBD8:00:00 AM4:00:00 PMYesD.O.
Linda Anderson or Emily Bowne
Right Response Training
pdeaton@stanwood.wednet.edu
10-20
District staff require training in order to meet the needs of students with challenging behaviors.
District staff will learn strategies for verbal and physical de-escalation of student behavior.
Students and staff need a safe learning environment.
Attend and participate in up to 7 (one day training) or 14 (two day training)
PAMELA DEATON
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11/9/2017 9:34:031718.54
Culturally Responsive Teaching Strategies
YES
November 30, 2017
8:00:00 AM2:30:00 PM6D.O.Lloy Schaaf/ Ben
Participants will learn what culturally responsive teaching strategies are and how to implement them.
lschaaf@stanwood.wednet.edu
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Our teaching staff needs to learn more about culturally responsive teaching strategies in order to help all of our students be successful.
1. Understand and apply a culturally responsive lens
2. Apply the cultural competency framework of awareness
3. Understand the power and science of hope and resiliency
Addressing culturally competency is critical in helping all students reach their full potential.
ParticipationDr. Lloy SchaafNOYESError: Invalid email: undefined
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11/9/2017 9:45:001718.55
Elementary Specialist Review
YES
12/5; 1/17;2/8;TBD
8:30:00 AM11:30:00 AM15D.O.Lloy Schaaf
This group will be reviewing and researching equity practices regarding elementary specialist offerings- we will be starting at different times:
December 5- 8:30-11:30/January 17th 12:30-4:00/February 8th 12:30-4:00; and other dates TBD
lschaaf@stanwood.wednet.edu
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We need to provide equity for student access regarding elementary specialist offerings.
Participants will review what exists in our district, research other districts and make recommendations
All content areas address the Washington State Learning Standards.
Participation and some outside research
Dr. Lloy SchaafYESYESError: Invalid email: undefined
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CEL Framwork Training IntroductionNT Tech Training
YES11/1/178:00:00 AM3:00:00 PM6D.O.Staci/MarkNew teachers will be trained on the CEL Framework.New Teachers will be given instruction on navigating the district technology systems.
lschaaf@stanwood.wednet.edu
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The CEL Framework is the District Adopted framework and is a key component to the Teacher Evaluation System. New teachers need to know how to access critical technology for their work with students.
Participants become familiar with the CEL Framework. New teachers will understand how to navigate technology in the Stanwood-Camano School District.
The Framework Training directly relates to the Washington State Learning Standards. Technology supports the Washington State Learning Standards
Participation/Implementation
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