Breckenridge High School Teacher Handbook 2014-2015

Breckenridge High School
Teacher Handbook
2014-2015
PRINCIPAL’S BULLETIN
It is good to see each of you back again. We welcome the new teachers to our faculty. Let us all
help them to get acquainted with our school procedures.
I solicit your fullest cooperation in carrying out a successful school year and I promise you that I
will do by best to back you in your work. It will take all of us working together to get the job
done.
PLEASE KEEP A FILE OF THE BULLETINS AND MEMOS FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
REMINDERS
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Teachers should be in their rooms by 8 AM. If something unforeseen comes up and
you are going to be a few minutes late, call the office and let someone know!
Remember that your free period is not “off” but a period for conference and for
school work. Teachers should be on duty from 8 AM to 4 PM. You are to be on
campus for your conference period. An Employee Request Form must be turned in
to the assistant principal if you need to be off campus for any period of time over 1
hour or that would require a substitute. If you need to leave campus for a short
period of time, please notify the office staff that you are leaving.
If you wake up ill or have an emergency and need a substitute teacher call the
assistant principal before 6:30 AM. Substitute teachers are sometimes very difficult
to find. Do not make the job of finding one more difficult by waiting until 7:30 to
call in.
Check your mail box and your email at least twice daily. Do not send a student to
pick up your mail for you. No students are allowed in the teacher’s lounge, except
office workers.
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All students should be in the classroom before the tardy bell rings. If they are not
have them sign your tardy log and mark it appropriately on your Skyward
Attendance.
CHECK YOUR ROLL AND REPORT ALL ABSENTEES PROMPTLY AT THE BEGINNING OF
EACH CLASS PERIOD. Remember that the record in your grade book is subject to
audit and must correspond with the report sent to the office.
Students should remain in the classroom at all times. Unless there is a definite
need, and in that case they should always have a hall pass.
Make a list of all book numbers in your grade book or log in sheet.
Do not order or purchase anything to be paid from school funds without first
securing a purchase order. Blank PO’s are in the office.
Do not plan parties, picnics, dances, etc. without the principal’s approval. No special
event should be planned during exam weeks or the last days of school.
Always feel free to talk to the principal about problems that you may have. If you
have serious differences with a student, do not let the parent be the first to tell the
principal. The principal will help with discipline problems, but the teacher should
attempt to handle them first.
A good teacher makes regular assignments, starts class immediately, grades all
written work promptly, and keeps students busy from the beginning to the end of
the class period. Often disciplinary troubles are the result of idleness. When a child is
interested in something, it is almost impossible to keep him from learning about it.
It is the teacher’s responsibility to encourage students to do their own work at all
times. A student caught in the act of cheating will receive a zero.
THE TEACHER SHOULD NEVER LEAVE THE CLASSROOM UNATTENDED EXCEPT IN
AN EMERGENCY.
A teacher should never refuse a student who asks for help.
IT IS THE TEACHERS RESPONSIBILITY TO CONSTANTLY CHECK FOR MARRING AND
DEFACING OF WALLS, FURNITURE AND EQUIPMENT. TEACHERS SHOULD HAVE THE
STUDENTS CHECK FOR TRASH IN DESKS AT THE END OF EACH CLASS PERIOD. THIS
CAN BE CHECKED BEST BY HAVING A REGULAR SEATING ARRANGEMENT.
There should not be any food or drink in any classroom with computers. There will
be no parties is the classroom unless first approved by the principal.
Permanent record files are not to leave the office. They may be reviewed in the
office only. Always ask the secretary or registrar for permission to look at files.
Do not allow students to sit on top of desks, or at or on the teacher’s desk. Do not
allow students to meddle or rummage in teacher’s desk.
When a student is in ISS or AEP, teachers need to give the monitor a copy of the
day’s work.
Strongly advise students to bring their materials to class.
Teachers will notify the parents of students who are failing or who are borderline
at the end of every third week of each six weeks grading period. Teachers must
personally contact parents of students who failed a six weeks either by telephone
call or by requesting a conference, or in writing.
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Do not cover the glass window in the door to your classroom. Do not allow yourself
to be alone with a student, for your own protection.
Do not dismiss your students early from one of the outer buildings. They have a
tendency to enter the building early, roam the halls and/or slam locker doors.
Teachers, do not have students sitting in the hall for disciplinary action.
Use of tobacco products is not permitted anywhere on school property.
Teachers you are responsible for being punctual to class and to staff meetings. You
are responsible for turning in reports, lesson plans, grades, failure reports and
required paperwork in a timely manner, whether done by e-mail or hard copy.
On all late start days, teachers are to be at school one (1) hour before school is to
start.
A phone tree will be handed out soon. Keep a copy at home near the phone. You
may be required to contact someone to tell them that school has been canceled for
bad weather.
All teachers should be in the hallways during passing periods.
Any and all correspondence to parents should be proofed for spelling and
grammatical errors.
Checking roll is one of the most important things you do each class period. If you will
do it correctly, it makes the office workers and secretary’s job much easier. Please
check roll first thing after the bell rings. If you do not do this, then an office worker
will have to interrupt your class to come in and remind you.
Office workers are instructed to hand all messages to the teacher. They are not to
communicate directly to students in a classroom. If you have a problem with an
office worker, please let someone in the office know.
No cell phones are to be used during class time for personal use.
Teachers you are to read the contents of this handbook. It has all of the test
schedules, class schedules, noon duty assignments, employee request form (if you
must be absent), room assignments, committee assignments, etc. Most everything
that you need to know should be in this handbook. Sign the last page of this
handbook, stating that you have read the handbook and return to the Registrar no
later than August 26th.
FAILURE TO ABIDE BY THESE RULES MAY RESULT IN WRITTEN DOCUMENTATION!
Bryan D. Dieterich, HS Principal
Breckenridge High School
Code Blue
Continue with teaching. Do not allow students to leave the classroom until Code Blue is lifted.
Announcement lifting Code Blue
Code Red
Lock classroom doors and move all students to an area of the room where they cannot be seen
from the hallway.
Announcement lifting Code Red.
Code Green
Evacuate (Leave) the building and go to designated area(s)
Bull horn announcement to return to class.
1st day bell schedule
1st period
8:15 – 8:40
2nd period
8:45 – 9:15
Assembly
9:20 – 9:55
3rd thru 8th
Regular Schedule
2014-2015
High School Bell Schedule
REGULAR BELL SCHEDULE
8:00 – 8:10
Tutoring
8:15 – 9:00
First Period
9:05 - 9:50
Second Period
9:55 -10:40
Third Period
10:45 -11:30 Fourth Period
11:35 -12:20
Fifth Period
12:20 – 1:10
Lunch
1:15 - 2:00
Sixth Period
2:05 – 2:50
Seventh Period
2:55 – 3:40
Eighth Period
Early Release Bell Schedule
8:00- 8:10
Tutoring
8:15 – 8:40
First Period
8:45 – 9:15
Second Period
9:20 - 9:45
Third Period
9:50 – 10:20
Fourth Period
10:25 – 10:55 Fifth Period
11:00 – 11:25 Sixth Period
11:30 – 11:55 Seventh Period
12:00 – 12:30 8th Period
12:00 - 1:00
Lunch
Early Release at 1:00
FRIDAY PEP RALLY SCHEDULE
8:00- 8:10
Tutoring
8:15 – 8:50
First Period
8:55 – 9:35
Second Period
9:40 – 10:10
Pep Rally
10:15 – 10:45 Third Period
10:50 -11:30
Fourth Period
11:35 -12:20
Fifth Period
12:25 – 1:10
Lunch
1:15 - 2:00
Sixth Period
2:05 – 2:50
Seventh Period
2:55 – 3:40
Eighth Period
LATE START BELL SCHEDULE
10:00 – 10:34
1st Period
10:38 – 11:17
2nd Period
11:21 – 11:55
3rd Period
12:00 – 12:30
4th Period
12:30 – 1:08 Lunch
1:12 -1:46
5th Period
1:50 – 2:24
6th Period
2:28 – 3:02
7th Period
3:06 – 3:40
8th Period
Other bell schedules for testing will be posted on-line prior to time.
CALENDAR FOR 2014-2015
SCHOOL BEGINS:
Teachers………………………….August 14, 2014
Students………………………….August 25, 2014
SCHOOL ENDS:
Students…………………………..May 29, 2015
Teachers………………………….May 29, 2015
SIX-WEEKS PERIODS:
1st………………………………….August 25, 2014– October 3, 2014
2nd…………………………………October 6, 2014 – November 7, 2014
3rd………………………………….November 10, 2014 – December 19, 2014
4th…………………………………..January 5, 2015 – February 13, 2015
5th…………………………………..February 16, 2015 – April 10, 2015
6th…………………………………..April 13, 2015 – May 29, 2015
HOLIDAYS:
Labor Day…………………….…..September 1, 2014
Thanksgiving……………………..November 27 – November 28, 2014
Christmas………………………….December 22, 2014 – January 2, 2015
Stock Show……………………….January 9, 2015 (comp day)
Spring Break………………………March 9-13, 2015
Good Friday……………………….April 3, 2015*
Memorial Day……………………..May 25, 2015**
WEATHER MAKE-UP DAYS (IF NEEDED)………. * April 3, 2014
**May 25, 2014
EARLY DISMISSAL DAYS
November 25, 2014
December 19, 2014
Official Party Days
November 25
May 28-29, 2015
February 13
May 15
GRADUATION: Friday, May 29th 7:00
TEST SCHEDULE
FIRST SEMESTER
1ST SIX WEEKS
September 31, 2014 ………………………...English, Vocational, Business
October 1, 2014 ……………………….........Science, Fine Arts, Spanish, PE
October 2, 2014 ………………………….....Math, Social Studies
Benchmark testing window October 14-17, 2014
2ND SIX WEEKS
November 4, 2014…………………………..Science, Fine Arts, Spanish, PE
November 5 2014……………………………Math, Social Studies
November 6, 2014……………………………English, Vocational, Business
3RD SIX WEEKS
December 9, 2014…………………………....Math, Social Studies
December 10, 2014…………………………..English, Vocational, Business
December 11, 2014…………………………. Science, Fine Arts, Spanish, PE
FINAL EXAMS
December 17, 2014
8:15-8:50
1st Period
nd
2 Period
8:55-9:40
3rd Period
9:45-10:20
10:25-11:00
4th Period
5th Period
11:05-11:40
11:45-12:20
6th Period
Lunch 12:20-1:10
7th Period
1:15-2:25
8th Period
2:30-3:40
1st -6th review for final exams
Final Exam
Final Exam
DECEMBER 18, 2013…………………(PERIODS 1,3,5)
1st Period……………….……………………….8:15 AM to 9:45 AM
3rd Period………………………………………..9:50 AM to 11:20 AM
5th Period……………………………………….12:30 PM to 2:00 PM
DECEMBER 19, 2013…………………(PERIODS 2,4,6)
2ndPeriod………………………………………...8:15 AM to 9:45 AM
4th Period…………………………………….…..9:50 AM to 11:20 AM
6th Period………………………………………..12:00 PM to 1:30 PM
TEST SCHEDULE
SECOND SEMESTER
Benchmark testing window January 19-23, 2015
4th SIX WEEKS
February 10, 2015…………………………….Science, Fine Arts, Spanish, PE
February 11, 2015…………………………….Math, Social Studies
February 12, 2015…………………………….English, Vocational, Business
5th SIX WEEKS
April 7 2015……… …………………….…...Math, Social Studies
April 8, 2015……………………………….…..English, Vocational, Business
April 9, 2015..………………………………… Science, Fine Arts, Spanish, PE
6th SIX WEEKS
May 19, 2015………………………………….English, Vocational, Business
May 20, 2015………………………………….Science, Fine Arts, Spanish, PE
May 21, 2015…………………………………..Math, Social Studies
FINAL EXAMS
May 27, 2015……………….……………………7th & 8th See Class Schedule Above
May 28, 2015…………………………(PERIODS 2,4,6)
2nd Period……………………………………….8:15 AM to 9:45 AM
4th Period………………………………………..9:50 AM to 11:20 AM
6th Period……………………………………….12:30 PM to 2:00 PM
May 29, 2015…………………………(PERIODS 1,3,5)
1st Period………………………………………...8:15 AM to 9:45 AM
3rd Period………………………………………...9:50 AM to 11:20 AM
5th Period………………………………………..12:00 PM to 1:30 PM
GRADUATION: May 29, 2015 7:00 PM
High School Staff
Parking Assignments
HS Staff 1
Martha Brannan
HS Staff 13
HS Staff 2
Leslie Blackerby
HS Staff 14
HS Staff 3
Kendra Cornett
HS Staff 15
HS Staff 4
Cody Lockhart
HS Staff 16
HS Staff 5
Kaitlyn Barnhill
HS Staff 17
Calvin Best
HS Staff 18
Jennifer Jennings
HS Staff 6
HS Staff 7
Ky Graham
HS Staff 19
HS Staff 8
Lisa Pierce
HS Staff 20
HS Staff 9
Leslie White
HS Staff 28
HS Staff 10
Stefanie Forbus
Margie Thompson
Tonya Taylor
HS Staff 29
HS Staff 11
Paul Armstrong
HS Staff 30
HS Staff 12
Beth Hand
HS Staff 31
Barbara Martin
Ag. Teachers will park by the Ag. Building
Sullivan, P. Mitchell, Richardson, Moore park behind their buildings. McDaniel and Life
Skills staff will park in the parking lot south of the dumpsters. Hopkins and Stokes will
park by the Ag Bldg.
All coaches will park in the designated coaches’ areas near the gym and field house.
NOON DUTY ASSIGNMENT CHART
Daily Post
Assignments
Group # & its
members
Mon
Tues
1 Cornett, Kendra
H
2 Hopkins, Justin
BC
3 Lockhart, Cody
P
4 Best, Calvin
JC
5 Alcorn, Josh
Dates of Duty
Wed
Thurs
Fri
BC
P
JC
H
P
JC
H
BC
JC
H
BC
P
H
BC
P
JC
Jan 12-16
H
BC
P
JC
H
Feb 23-27
BC
P
JC
H
BC
Apr 13-17
Group 1
Aug 25-29
Oct 6-10
Nov 17-21
Group 2
1 Trammell, Donna
H
BC
P
JC
H
Sept 2-5
BC
P
JC
H
BC
Oct 13-17
3 Dodson, Beau
P
JC
H
BC
P
Nov 24-25
4 Holt, Candace
JC
H
BC
P
JC
Jan 19-23
5 Smith, Terrye
H
BC
P
JC
H
Mar 2-6
BC
P
JC
H
BC
Apr 20-24
Sept 8-12
2 Stokes, Jessica
Group 3
1 Thompson, Margie
H
BC
P
JC
H
BC
P
JC
H
BC
3 Sullivan, Pat
P
JC
H
BC
P
Dec 1-5
4 Taylor, Tonya
JC
H
BC
P
JC
Jan 26-30
Mar 16-20
2 Dieterich, Kim
5 McDaniel Clarissa
H
BC
P
JC
H
BC
P
JC
H
BC
Oct 20-24
Apr 27-May 1
Group 4
1 Brannan, Martha
H
BC
P
JC
H
BC
P
JC
H
BC
3 Jennings, Jennifer
P
JC
H
BC
P
Dec 8-12
4 Graham, Ky
JC
H
BC
P
JC
Feb 2-6
5 Forbus, Stefanie
H
BC
P
JC
H
Mar 23-27
BC
P
JC
H
BC
1 Mitchell, Pat
H
BC
P
JC
H
2 Lane, Crystal
BC
P
JC
H
BC
3 Barnhill, Kaitlyn
P
JC
H
BC
P
Dec 15-19
4 Mayfield, Gary
JC
H
BC
P
JC
Feb 9-13
5 Mayo, Clay
H
BC
P
JC
H
Mar 30-Apr 3
BC
P
JC
H
BC
2 Holt, Whitney
Sept 15-19
Oct 27-Oct 31
May 4-8
Group 5
Sept 22-26
Nov 3-7
May 11-15
Group 6
1 Blackerby, Leslie
H
BC
P
JC
H
BC
P
JC
H
BC
3 Farmer, Amanda
P
JC
H
BC
P
4
JC
H
BC
P
JC
Feb 17-20
5 Pierce, Lisa Jo
H
BC
P
JC
H
Apr 6-10
BC
P
JC
H
BC
H
BC
P
JC
C
2 Smith, Rick
Sept 29-Oct 3
Nov 10-14
Jan 2-8
May 18-22
Hallway
Bailey/Café
Parking
JH/Cafetera
Teacher
Teacher Supervisor
Alcorn, Josh
Bryan Dieterich
Barnhill, Kaitlyn
Paul Armstrong
Best, Calvin
Blackerby, Leslie
Brannan, Martha
Cornett, Kendra
Dieterich, Kim
Dodson, Beau
Farmer, Amanda
Forbus, Stefanie
Graham, Ky
Holt, Candace
Holt, Whitney
Hopkins, Justin
Jennings, Jennifer
Lane, Crystal
Lockhart, Cody
McDaniel, Clarissa
Mayfield, Gary
Mayo, Clay
Mitchell, Pat
Moore, Vince
Parker, Debbie
Patterson, Twana
Pierce, Lisa
Richardson, Dane
Robertson, Leah
Smith, Rick
Smith, Terrye
Stokes, Jessica
Bryan Dieterich
Paul Armstrong
Paul Armstrong
Paul Armstrong
Paul Armstrong
Bryan Dieterich
Paul Armstrong
Bryan Dieterich
Paul Armstrong
Bryan Dieterich
Bryan Dieterich
Bryan Dieterich
Bryan Dieterich
Bryan Dieterich
Paul Armstrong
Bryan Dieterich
Bryan Dieterich
Bryan Dieterich
Paul Armstrong
Bryan Dieterich
Bryan Dieterich
Paul Armstrong
Paul Armstrong
Paul Armstrong
Paul Armstrong
Bryan Dieterich
Bryan Dieterich
Bryan Dieterich
Cafeteria
Compound
Sullivan, Patricia
Thompson, Marjorie
Paul Armstrong
Paul Armstrong
Trammell, Donna
Paul Armstrong
Yarbrough, Patrick
Bryan Dieterich
BRECKENRIDGE HIGH SCHOOL
2014-2015
MENTOR LIST
EMPLOYEE
POSITION
MENTOR
Alcorn, Josh
Social Studies
P. Mitchell
Dodson, Beau
Social Studies
P. Mitchell
Holt, Candace
Math
L. Blackerby
Lane, Crystal
English
M. Farmer
Mayo, Clay
Science
D. Trammell
Smith, Rick
Health
Kim Dieterich
Smith, Terrye
English
M. Farmer
Stokes, Jessica
Ag
J. Hopkins
GUIDELINES TO CLASSROOM DISCIPLINE
1.
Verbal warning
2.
Student/Teacher conference
3.
Parent conference by phone
4.
Principal referral
Any profanity, fighting, insubordination, vandalism, or refusal to work will result in an
automatic office referral.
Attendance for 2014-2015 School Year
First day attendance
No student is absent on the first day!!!!
You will do your attendance each class period in Skyward. 2nd and 6th Period you will also do it
on paper rosters. Those will be in your boxes the afternoon before first day.
If a student is not in your class mark the NS (no show) button on Skyward and draw a single line
thru the name on the paper roster.
Your skyward attendance will be correct however your paper rosters may have been printed
prior to some students enrolling so you may have to add a students name to the bottom of your
paper roster.
If a student is in your class and not on Skyward, THEY ARE IN THE WRONG CLASS. Send them to
the office or Counselor to get their corrected schedule.
2nd and 6th period attendance is very important. Those are our reporting periods to determine
1st day counts. Please send those rosters to the office with a runner as quickly as you can. Be
sure to sign and date each page.
If a student is a no show on day one, they will be withdrawn. If they show up on day 2 and are
not on Skyward, send them to the office so we can re-enroll them.
Reminders for Daily Attendance
Be sure to do your attendance within a reasonable amount of time (10 Minutes). If you don’t
we will have to call or send an office worker to your room to remind you.
Teacher Absences
1.
Teachers, you are responsible for obtaining your own substitutes when you are going to
be away from school. Updated sub lists will be emailed to you as we receive them from Central
Office
2.
All employee absence from duty request forms should be filled out and turned in to the
Principal’s office for approval. All absence from duty forms should be signed when you turn
them in or immediately upon your return to work.
3.
In the event of an unforeseen illness or emergency, please contact one of the following
to let us know who your sub will be:
Bryan Dieterich
559-4183
Jann Clary
254-246-2999
Paul Armstrong
559-4958
3.
Leave work on your desk for the students to do.
4.
Do not leave your passwords where subs can find them. Subs do not need to be on your
computer for any reason.
5. Absence from duty forms and Short term absent from duty form are in your online handbook
or are also available in the office.
DEPARTMENT ASSIGNMENTS FOR 2013-2014
ENGLISH/LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT
Terrye Smith
Crystal Lane
Margie Thompson
Amanda Farmer
Sunny Fuentes
Calvin Best
FOREIGN LANGUAGEDEPARTMENT
Martha Brannan
Stefanie Forbus
Chairperson: Amanda Farmer
Chairperson:
Martha Brannan
MATH DEPARTMENT
FINE ARTS DEPARTMENT
Leslie Blackerby
Cody Lockhart
Clarissa McDaniel
Kaitlyn Barnhill
Candace Holt
Dane Richardson
Chairperson:
Leslie Blackerby
Chairperson: Dane Richardson
SCIENCE DEPARTMENT
Clay Mayo
Jennifer Jennings
Donna Trammell
Kendra Cornett
Chairperson:
Donna Trammell
SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT
P.E.HEALTH DEPARTMENT
Kim Dieterich
Rick Smith
Chairperson: Kim Dieterich
SPECIAL EDUCATION
Gary Mayfield
Patrick Yarbrough
Twanna Patterson
Roxanne Light
Pat Mitchell
Ky Graham
Lisa Pierce
Nicole Lindsey
Beau Dodson
Josh Alcorn
Tonya Taylor (Aide)
Barbara Martin (Aide)
Chairperson:
Pat Mitchell
Contact Person:
Susan Britting
VOCATIONAL/TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT
Patricia Sullivan
Debbie Parker
Jessica Stokes
Justin Hopkins
Vince Moore
Chairperson:
Patricia Sullivan
Department meetings will be held every 3rd Wednesday of each month or as called by the
department head. It is the chairperson’s responsibility to hold these meeting, set the time for
the meeting and turn in a Committee Report to the principal within 48 hours. This report
should be turned in to Mrs. Clary in the office.
TOPICS WHICH MUST BE COVERED:
I.
Test score improvements.
II.
Technology
III.
Budgeting
IV.
Discipline
V.
Addressing the needs of the mainstream resource student in the classroom
VI.
Evaluation of departmental programs.
VII.
Other topics as assigned by the principal.
COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS
The following committees will meet as needed:
CAMPUS IMPROVEMENT COMMITTEE-Responsibility is to set and evaluate campus goals.
Bryan Dieterich, Paul Armstrong and Counselor, (2) parents, (2) community members, (2)
business members, (4) nominated and elected professional staff members and (2) non-teaching
professionals.
COURTESY COMMITTEE-Responsibility is to collect money from school personnel for flowers,
cards, etc. Courtesy Committee members will serve for the entire year and no meetings are
required.
Tonya McKenzie
Jann Clary
HONOR SOCIETY FACULTY COUNCIL-Responsible for the Induction Ceremony (November) and
approval of new members, as well as dismissal and probation of members guilty of serious
conduct.
PRINCIPAL’S ADVISORY COMMITTEE-This committee will be made up of all departmental chairs
and will meet as needed.
DISTRICT IMPROVEMENT COUNCIL-Members will be elected. Need a volunteer for the next 2
years. Need to elect 2.
HOMECOMING COMMITTEE: Chairperson: Kimberley Best, Calvin Best, Shay Berry
Staff Members: Clarissa McDaniel, Counselor, Bryan Dieterich, Paul Armstrong
ATTENDANCE COMMITTEE: Bryan Dieterich, Paul Armstrong, Martha Brannan
CORONATION CONSULTANTS: Bryan Dieterich, Paul Armstrong, Clarissa McDaniel, Leah
Robertson, Jessica Stokes, Tonya Taylor.
Reports must be filed with the Principal each time there is a committee meeting. Form on the
following page. Chairperson is responsible for report being completed and turned in to the
office.
BHS COMMITTEE REPORT
NAME OF COMMITTEE:
COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN:
DATE OF MEETING:
PLACE OF MEETING:
I.
Meeting Objective(s):
II.
Committee recommendations:
III.
Unresolved issues of related areas requiring further study:
IV.
General Comments:
V.
Next meeting date:
***Copy must be turned in to Mr. Dieterich within 48 hours of meeting. It is the Committee
Chairman’s responsibility to call these meetings and to turn this report in.
SPONSORED ACTIVITIES
Clubs and organizations will meet at least once a month. The sponsor will set the dates for
meeting and the date will be announced during the morning announcements.
FFA CLUB—(Justin Hopkins, Jessica Stokes-Ag Bldg) Must be enrolled in Vocational
Agriculture or have completed an Agriculture course.
FELLOWSHIP OF CHRISTIAN ATHLETES- Josh Alcorn
HONOR SOCIETY(Blackerby, Pruet, Brannan, Armstrong, P. Mitchell, Trammell, Lockhart Library) Elected by faculty council.
STUDENT COUNCIL-( Farmer and Cornett ) Elected by student body.
CHEERLEADERS-(Calvin Best & Kim Best) Elected by student body and outside judges.
DRAMA CLUB-(McDaniel AG 1) Open to any interested student.
REVENUES FROM CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES
Any school sponsored event or activity that is financed or subsidized from public school funds
are credited as revenue to the General Fund. This includes admissions, entry fees, and gate
receipts from athletic, Band, pep squad, theatrical, and other activities.
CLASS SPONSORS
SENIORS: Margie Thompson , Beau Dodson, Ky Graham, Dane Richardson, Jessica Stokes,
Martha Brannan, Leslie Blackerby, Pat Mitchell.
JUNIORS: Amanda Farmer, Donna Trammell, Kim Dieterich, Patricia Sullivan, Kaitlyn
Barnhill, Candace Holt, Terrye Smith, Clay Mayo.
SOPHOMORES: Cody Lockhart, Jennifer Jennings, Stefanie Forbus, Gary Mayfield, Rick
Smith, Twana Patterson, Josh Alcorn
FRESHMEN: Calvin Best, Crystal Lane, Kendra Cornett, Lisa Pierce, Beth Hand, Justin
Hopkins, Clarissa McDaniel, Pat Yarbrough.
BRECKENRIDGE INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
APPRAISAL CALENDAR
2014-2015
Teacher Appraisal:
The appraisal calendar for each teacher will include all of the days of a teacher’s contract
as specified in the 2014-2015 Appraisal Calendar.
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The orientation for new teachers to the district will be conducted on Thursday, August
14, 2014. All teachers will receive PDAS updates during the week of August 18th – 22nd,
2014.
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Observation of teachers may begin on Monday, September 15, 2014, and extend through
Friday, May 1, 2015. Observations are prohibited on the last day of instruction or before
any official school holiday.
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All evaluations should be completed by Friday, February 20, 2015.
Teacher Appraisals are due on Tuesday, February 24, 2015. Completed teacher appraisal
forms will be turned in to the Superintendent’s office on or prior to that date.
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Summative conferences must be held no later than Monday, May 11, 2015.
Teacher Self Reports:
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Section I of the Teacher Self-Report will be due no later than Friday, September 12,
2014.
Sections II and III of the Teacher Self-Report will be due no later than two weeks prior
to the end of the period for the Summative Annual Conferences: Friday, April 10, 2015.
Administrator Appraisal:
Administrators will be appraised using the Commissioner-Recommended Student Performance
Domain for the Appraisal for Principals.
The appraisal period for administrators will be Tuesday, July 1, 2014, through Tuesday, June 30,
2015.
The Student Performance Domain Worksheet will be due to the Superintendent by Thursday,
February 26, 2015.
Molly Johnson
Danny Freeman
Barbara Collinsworth
John Exline
District Certified Appraisers:
Bryan Dieterich
Paul Lippe
Paul Armstrong
Justin Hopkins
Jessica Stapp
Karen Lawson
Kenna Rainey
Susan Britting
Appraisal Calendar Chart
Date
August 14, 2014
August 18-22, 2014
September 15, 2014
September 12, 2014
February 20, 2015
February 24, 2015
February 26, 2015
April 10, 2015
May 1, 2015
May 11, 2015
Event
New Teacher Orientation
PDAS Orientation for all Teachers
Teacher Observations Begin
Section I of Teacher Self-Report due to the Principal
Teacher Evaluations Completed
Teacher Appraisals due to Superintendent
Student Performance Domain Worksheet due to Supt.
Sections II and III of Teacher Self-Report due to the Principal
Last day for Teacher Observations
Last day for Summative Conferences
BHS FUNDRAISER APPROVAL AND REPORT FORM
All fundraisers representing Breckenridge ISD should be in compliance with Board Policy FJ
(Local) and CFD (Local). All fundraisers should be in strict guidelines to the policy and this
form should be turned in as a final report to stay within the guidelines of a successful
fundraiser. Student groups will be restricted to one fundraiser per year unless special
request has been given by administration through this form. The fundraiser approval at the
top of this form should be prior to the fundraiser. The Financial and Final Report portions
should then be completed and turned in to administration.
Group or organization
Date of Request
Fundraising Activity
Date of Fundraiser
Purpose of Fundraiser
Is this the only Fundraiser you have had this school
year?
Group Sponsor Requesting
Administrator Approval
YES
NO
(circle one)
Signature ____________________Date _________
Signature ____________________Date ________
Financial Report
The financial report must be completed and a copy retained in the campus administrative
office. All finances are directly under the responsibility of the group sponsor that requested
the fund-raiser.
Date Fundraiser was completed
Cost of Fundraiser (Bills, Rent, Ect….)
Total Amount Collected
Profit From Fundraiser
FINAL REPORT OF FUNDRAISER
1. Was the fundraiser successful at reaching its goal?
2. I would like to continue this fundraiser again next school year?
3. I have followed all board policy on this fundraiser?
YES
YES
YES
NO
NO
NO
(circle one)
4. All money was deposited at central office into activity accounts
and purchase requisitions written to document the spending of the
funds raised for this fundraiser?
YES
NO
Group Sponsor Requesting
Signature ____________________Date _________
Administrator Approval
Signature ____________________Date_________
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