Week of 6/5 – 6/9

Key Dates

Date Event
Monday, 6/5 Sundaes & Stories – 5:30 – 7:00 in Student Center

Elementary Connections Concert – 7:00 in Student Center

Tuesday, 6/6 Safety Meeting – Marshall’s Office After School

Orchestra Concert – 7:00 in Student Center

Wednesday, 6/7  ILT Share-Out – after school in Student Center!

Choir Concert – 7:00 in Student Center

Thursday, 6/8 BAT Meeting @ 7:25 — Room 37

Band Concert – 7:00 in Student Center

Friday, 6/9 Early Release – End of Trimester

Frontier Gear!

Sundaes and Stories!

Just a reminder that tonight will serve as our 2nd annual Sundaes and Stories event.  For those new to this event, it is hosted by our Community Outreach ILT.  Patrons bring a book, take a book, and have some ice cream.  It is a nice way to connect with our community.  The event will be held tonight from 5:30 – 7:00!


A Week of Music!

If you haven’t had the chance to see a concert this year, this week is the week to do so!  From Tuesday – Thursday, we will be hosting a concert each night!  See the Key Dates section above for a chance to orchestra, choir and band!


ILT Share-Out –> Wednesday, June 7th!

A friendly reminder – on Wednesday, we will be holding our ILT Share-out!

To prep for our share-out, your group will want to discuss the following and be prepared to share among colleagues:
  • Include your ILT Action Plan – What were you goals?
  • Outline your accomplishments
  • Provide Proposal for staff to consider (if applicable)
  • Next Steps/Recommendations to keep the work moving forward
We will be sharing in a similar fashion to the December share-out (grouped together to share/respond). If your group fancies a fancy way to present that information (a Slideshow, a Padlet, etc) feel free, just make sure that it can be accessible to your group during the share-out.
We will be meeting in the media center, aiming to start at around 3:00. If your group needs to connect briefly ahead of that time, plan on connecting between 245 – 300.

Thanks for all that you do!

Bee-ing Awesome!

Many of us had the privilege of hearing from our 6th grade scientists as they educated us on the importance of protecting our bee population.  A big shout out to our 6th grade science teachers for coordinating this effort and to our staffulty for opening up their doors (and offices) for these young scientists to show off their knowledge and share their resources!



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