Is it a cop out if I borrow an article I have already used this week to address the exact same topic if it is the final Friday of the school year? I vote, “No!”
In Part I (found here), I made transparent and explained the results of our first Annual Parent Survey. In Part II (found here), I made transparent and contextualized one important slice of our annual standardized testing results. Finally, what I had intended for exciting conclusion in Part III (and shared already with our parent body) was to make transparent our faculty and staff assignments for the 2011-2012 school year. This will be the team charged with taking all the data from Parts I & II to make next year the best year yet!
It is hard to believe that we are in the final days of the school year, but here we are. It is time to take a peek at the future. We don’t want to wish away our summer, but we are so excited at how next year is shaping up! (The lineup is 99% complete and we will continue to work hard to fill the final two part-time positions in the upcoming weeks.) We are confident that the foundation built this year through all the hard work and love of this year’s faculty and staff will be carried on to the next level by the next year’s. And so, without further adieu, be excited!
Here is the 2011-2012 Faculty of the Martin J. Gottlieb Day School:
P.S. If you are in town, please don’t miss our Middle School Graduation this Monday evening at 7:15 PM!
P.P.S. Please don’t miss out on a variety of creative programs here at the Center for Shavuot, but particularly don’t miss our first “Who’s Left Standing at Sinai?” contest on the June 8th during morning services! I’ve been watching the kids practice their verses and its anybody’s guess who will win!
P.P.P.S. Congratulations to our Third Grade for their wonderful end-of-year video and presentation of “Jacksonville Reads”! Twenty-first century learning in action!
P.P.P.P.S. Congratulations to our Fifth Grade for their wonderful end-of-year project “Facebook Profiles of the American Revolution”! Even more twenty-first century learning in action!