Parent Connect September 22, 2017

Fall Break Reminder

Riverside Elementary Dot Day

Riverside Elementary second grade students celebrated International Dot Day, along with ten million other students and teachers in 169 countries, on Friday, September 15th. International Dot Day is based on the children's book The Dot by Peter H. Reynolds.

Students wore polka dots, created dots and decided how they were going to "make their mark" on the world. International Dot Day paired well with the school's service project, Heroes for Harvey, a grade-level collection of school supplies that will be donated to Ms. Jackson's 2nd grade class at Valley West Elementary School in Houston, Texas.

Staff Professional Development Day

Greater Clark County Schools held district-wide professional development for our staff on Wednesday, September 20th. Professional development helps your child's teacher stay current in their profession. Certified staff members participated in professional development structured around the Date Wise Improvement Process.

Data Wise supports educators in using collaborative data inquiry to drive continuous improvement of teaching and learning for all students. Their vision is that every educator around the world is part of a thriving learning community that ensures that all students develop the skills, knowledge and dispositions that will allow them to live joyful and rewarding lives.

Charlestown High School Homecoming

Charlestown High School held their annual Homecoming Parade on Thursday, September 21st, which ended with a pep rally at the town square. The Homecoming Ceremony will take place at halftime during the varsity football game tonight at 7:00 p.m.

Board of School Trustees Meeting

Thank you to the wonderful staff and students at Thomas Jefferson Elementary for hosting the Board of School Trustees meeting on Tuesday, September 19th. Miss the meeting? Check it out on YouTube!

High School Survey

Greater Clark County Schools is undergoing a process to establish a marketing and communications strategy to more effectively communicate the benefits of our high schools to our key stakeholders. In order to do this successfully, we need your honest opinion about our high schools today.

This simple SWOT Survey will help us gain an understanding of the current perception you have of our high schools. SWOT stands for Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats facing an organization or a program. We will use your input as the first step in determining the best way to communicate the benefits of our high schools. It will only take a few minutes to complete.

Your answers are completely confidential and will only be used directionally. This survey should be completed no later than Friday, September 29th.

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