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  1. Welcome Back to School Grafton High School “Back to School Night” September 16, 2009

  2. Back to School Night Agenda • Welcome • Who’s new and what’s new at Grafton High School? • Evening Schedule

  3. Welcome to Grafton High School Thomas Broekelmann - English Christina Destrampe – Interpreter Michael Driscoll – Art (KES, too) Adam Heitzkey – Building Sub Herb Larsen – Science Kristin Lindert – Spanish Sarah Loritz – Special Ed (GES, too) Barb Peterka – DHH (District Wide) Pam Salm – Long Term Sub Science Lisa Sauer – Interpreter Paul Scharnweber – Special Ed Ashley Wagner – Health/PE Sarah Young – English

  4. H1N1 (Swine Flu)

  5. H1N1 (Swine Flu) Practice good hygiene – cover your mouth with elbow, wash your hands (ABC song)

  6. H1N1 (Swine Flu) Practice good hygiene – cover your mouth with elbow, wash your hands (ABC song) Be aware of the signs of flu and take them seriously (fever)

  7. H1N1 (Swine Flu) Practice good hygiene – cover your mouth with elbow, wash your hands (ABC song) Be aware of the signs of flu and take them seriously (fever) Be aware GHS may ask more questions when you call a student in sick

  8. Grafton High School Faculty Mission Statement As the faculty and staff of a comprehensive high school, we will provide opportunities to all students giving them the skills needed to better themselves and society.

  9. Guiding Questions

  10. Guiding Questions • What to we expect students to learn?

  11. Guiding Questions • What to we expect students to learn? • How will we know if they have learned it?

  12. Guiding Questions • What to we expect students to learn? • How will we know if they have learned it? • How will we respond to students who are not learning?

  13. Guiding Questions • What to we expect students to learn? • How will we know if they have learned it? • How will we respond to students who are not learning? • How will we respond to students who already know it?

  14. Principal’s challenge to students

  15. Principal’s challenge to students • Make Positive Decisions

  16. Principal’s challenge to students • Make Positive Decisions • Smile and Learn

  17. Smile . . . And Learn

  18. Principal’s challenge to students • Make Positive Decisions • Smile and Learn • No Athletic Code Violations or Academic Ineligibility

  19. Principal’s challenge to students • Make Positive Decisions • Smile and Learn • No Athletic Code Violations or Academic Ineligibility • Share one thing that happened to you each day with your parents

  20. The Class Too Dumb to Quit

  21. The Class Too Dumb to Quit Thomas Friedman

  22. The Class Too Dumb to Quit Thomas Friedman NY Times Columnist

  23. The Class Too Dumb to Quit Thomas Friedman NY Times Columnist The World is Flat

  24. The Class Too Dumb to Quit Thomas Friedman NY Times Columnist The World is Flat

  25. The Class Too Dumb to Quit They changed their strategy from judging success by KIA’s to RB’s

  26. The Class Too Dumb to Quit They changed their strategy from judging success by KIA’s to RB’s KIA’s = Killed in Action

  27. The Class Too Dumb to Quit They changed their strategy from judging success by KIA’s to RB’s KIA’s = Killed in Action RB’s = Relationships Built

  28. Principal’s challenge to students

  29. Principal’s challenge to Parents

  30. Build Relationships Principal’s challenge to Parents

  31. Build Relationships With Each Other - meet the parents of your student’s friends Principal’s challenge to Parents

  32. Build Relationships With Each Other - meet the parents of your student’s friends Referees and Umpires Principal’s challenge to Parents

  33. Build Relationships With Each Other - meet the parents of your student’s friends Referees and Umpires (and the other team) Principal’s challenge to Parents

  34. Build Relationships With Each Other - meet the parents of your student’s friends Referees and Umpires (and the other team) Be an example of sportsmanship Principal’s challenge to Parents

  35. Build Relationships With Each Other - meet the parents of your student’s friends Referees and Umpires (and the other team) Be an example of sportsmanship Your Students Principal’s challenge to Parents

  36. Build Relationships With Each Other - meet the parents of your student’s friends Referees and Umpires (and the other team) Be an example of sportsmanship Your Students Have that difficult conversation with your student one more time Principal’s challenge to Parents

  37. Available Anonymously • Saliva Alcohol Swabs • 3 Panel Urine Test • Depression/Suicide Information

  38. Following your Schedule

  39. Following your Schedule • Special Ed Study Hall – go to classroom

  40. Following your Schedule • Special Ed Study Hall – go to classroom • ISL Study Hall – go to classroom

  41. Following your Schedule • Special Ed Study Hall – go to classroom • ISL Study Hall – go to classroom • Study Halls – Free Period

  42. Following your Schedule • Special Ed Study Hall – go to classroom • ISL Study Hall – go to classroom • Study Halls – Free Period (Lunch Program Samples)

  43. Following your Schedule • Special Ed Study Hall – go to classroom • ISL Study Hall – go to classroom • Study Halls – Free Period (Lunch Program Samples) • PE - Mr. Kalina to the Library, Mr. Chossek or Ms. Wagner to Cafeteria.

  44. Schedule for the Evening 1st Hour 6:25 to 6:34 2nd Hour 6:39 to 6:48 3rd Hour 6:53 to 7:02 4th Hour 7:07 to 7:16 5th Hour 7:21 to 7:30 6th Hour 7:35 to 7:45 7th Hour 7:50 to 8:00