ESY Summer 2019 Data form - Action Required
The ESY Summer 2019 Data form will be used by schools with students (home and host) participating in 2019 ESY Summer programs to collect data which will be used by Pasco County’s Office for Technology and Information Services to setup each participating Summer school in the myStudent SIS for State Reporting purposes.
Please enter all applicable data fields completely to ensure accurate State reporting representation and full access to necessary resources across the myStudent platform.
Within the directions is a link for information needed for submission by April 19, 2019. Additionally, the link to that information is here. This information is required to properly capture data for state reporting purposes, as well as, for summer letters to print accurately from the student system for your individual school. In addition, there is a recording walking users through the set up and use of the ESY Tab. The link to the webinar is ESY Set-up Recording.
Prior to ESY, OTIS will be sharing updates on scheduling individual students for Summer/ESY with Data Entry Operators.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the help desk at myStudenthelp@pasco.k12.fl.us.
#PascoMath Summer Learning – Action Required
#PascoMath is searching for Math leaders to work with Specialist and Coaches to develop, build, and facilitate Summer Learning. Administrators, please identify at least 2 Math Leaders (here) by April 14th. Thank you for your support.
ESY Allocation Requests – Action Required
Allocation requests are being collected through a web-based application and directions for ESY allocations are attached. Please submit the allocation requests no later than April 10, 2019. Contact information for assistance is included in the attached instructions.
Priority Professional Development Days - Leaders review and take action
During the CNA visits, priority schools will receive a very brief overview of the processes for submitting requests for priority professional development support for the 3 days of PD chosen by the school during July 8-18th. In addition, each school will be provided a Professional Development Menu of support with companion Description document. These documents share specific offerings that OLL and SSPS can provide with descriptions of these offerings to give schools insight on opportunities based on upcoming school goals and needs. These documents can also be found here. Professional Development
The timeline for submitting needs is included on the PD menu and below:
- PD choices including dates/times due by May 1st via Mach form
- Complete Mach form, https://professionaldevelopment.pasco.k12.fl.us/mform_mtss/view.php?id=201407
- Confirmation of dates/times, staff support to schools by May 15th
*Notes: Feel free to submit needs when ready and confirmations will be shared accordingly
Foreign Exchange Student applications - Action Required
The window to submit foreign exchange student applications is now open until June 15th, 2019. In the upcoming months, you will receive emails with foreign exchange student applications for your approval. The emails will come from Alicia Montijo, Sr. Instructional Specialist for World Languages and Foreign Exchange.
Included in each student file, is the “School Acceptance Form” that must be signed by the school principal in order for the foreign exchange students to complete their visa application process and be able to travel to the United States.
To better serve you, we are asking for you to provide the name of the foreign exchange designated contact at your school. Click here to provide the contact information for your school’s designated foreign exchange contact.
Please click on this link to view our 2019-20 board approved foreign exchange organization list. For our policies and procedures, please click here to view a Powerpoint with all the information regarding enrollment of foreign exchange students in our high schools. If you have any questions, please contact Alicia Montijo at email@example.com
Florida Standards Review– Share with teachers
This is your opportunity to be sure your voice is heard. The state is now asking for additional feedback about our state standards that is more in depth than the original feedback survey. We hope leaders, teachers, and parents have the opportunity to share their thoughts about our state standards.
Advanced Academics Flyer – FYI
Thank you to all of our high schools for your amazing work on increasing access to advanced academics that lead to college credit. An informational flyer has been created to showcase these opportunities and the accomplishments of our students. Please feel free to use this flyer in your conversations with parents and students. We will be sure to share the latest version with you as updates are made. Please contact Samantha Del Valle with any questions you may have.
Extended School Year 2018-2019 – FYI
A folder has been created in SharePoint titled, Extended School Year 2018-2019, which includes ESY Guidelines and the ESY MOU in Draft form. The guidelines and MOU will be submitted for Board approval on May 7, 2019. NOTE – neither the Board nor USEP have approved these documents, so everything is still in draft.
Additionally, in that folder you can find an FAQ with responses to the ESY related questions that were submitted at the March Secondary Principals meeting.
Results of Coaching Candidate List Interview Process & Next Coaching Candidate Interview Dates - FYI & Share Dates with Teachers
Over the course of March, OLL has conducted 50 interviews with those interested in being accepted on the coaching candidate lists for Learning Design, ITC-Math, and/or ITC-Literacy coach positions.
Twenty-three applicants were accepted into one or more candidate lists while 27 applicants were not.
Please join us in congratulating the following acceptances:
Please share with teachers that our next open coaching candidate interviews will take place in September 2019 (this is updated from June 2019).
Ad for open coaching candidate application: Sept. 23-Sept. 27 Ad
Coaching Candidate List interviews: Sept. 30-Oct. 4
PLC at Work – FYI
If you are sending staff on your dime- click here to ensure you get the District group rate for registration. Kim Graves our Solution Tree representative will be happy to support this effort and your school.
|April 1-12||FSA ELA 4-10 Writing, FSA Grade 3 Reading Administration Window|
|Apr. 12-26||IRLA Levels Accuracy Window 3|
|Prior to April 15||
Conduct a SAC meeting to review and gather input in revising
Title 1 Parental Involvement Plan and Compact
|Prior to April 15||
Return on Investment & Comprehensive Needs Assessment (Title 1) due
|Title I Planning Days|
|April 17||District Vision and Success Committee|
|April 19||No School for Students|
|April 23||Elementary Principal Meeting|
|April 23||Middle School Athletic Directors Meeting|
|April 24||Secondary Principal Meeting|
Progress Reports: Grades entered in myStudent by 9:00 a.m.
Secondary Design Team Meeting
|April 25||Take our Daughters and Sons to Work Day|
|April 26||Progress Reports|
|April 30||High School Athletic Directors Meeting|