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December 21st – Early Release / Last Day of 2nd 9 Weeks

December 24th thru January 3rd – Winter Break

January 4th – Teacher Workday

January 7th – Student Return

January 8th – Pre-K / Kindergarten Parent Night

January 9th 1st /2nd Grade Parent Night

January 10th 3rd Grade Parent Night

January 10th – Report Cards Go Home

January 14th – 4th/ 5th Parent Night

January 14th thru 16th – Conferences

 

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Published by Timothy Meadows on December 3, 2018

        


CCS Link: Sherwood Park Elementary School recently held a Muffins for Military event to honor all military personnel. Special recognition was given to Zack Walker, Jr. Mr. Walker was awarded the Congressional Gold Medal, along with the Presidential Medal of Freedom, which is the highest civilian award in 2014, for his service in a pioneer all-black unit, the Montford Point Marines. After the war, the unit’s excellence helped spur a broader racial integration of the U.S. military under President Harry Truman.

Mr. Walker receiving award for Mrs. Wright Mr. Walker with Mr. and Mrs. ColvinMr. Walker and daughter with award.

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Published by Timothy Meadows on December 3, 2018

        


image of words Positive Behavior Intervention and Support

Sherwood Park is a PBIS School! Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) is an approach to teaching and supporting positive behaviors and meeting the needs of ALL students.  This school-wide approach to discipline focuses on building a safe and positive environment in which all students can learn.

The foundation of PBIS at Sherwood Park Elementary School is our “Bear Code”, which has the three building-wide expectations:

  • Be Safe
  • Be Respectful
  • Be Responsible

In addition to our “Bear Code” expectations, PBIS has five other components: 1) a behavior matrix which explains behavior expectations in each school setting; 2) direct teaching of the expectations; 3) PBIS recognition4) tracking sheets to record and address appropriate/inappropriate behaviors; and 5) voice levels to maintain appropriate voice levels throughout the building.

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Published by Timothy Meadows on December 3, 2018

        


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