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  • Welcome to the Parent Open House September 10, 2009 St. John Lutheran School
  • Welcome
    • Spencer Peregoy, Principal
  • School Theme
    • More than Conquerors!
    • Romans 8:27
    • We are more than conquerors in Him who loved us!
  • May 2009 Survey
    • Scale of 1(unacceptable) -10 (outstanding)
    • Leadership Development 9.4
    • Academic Excellence 9.5
    • Spiritual Development 9.9
    • Quality Learning Enviroment 9.6
    • Overall Rating of SJLS 8.6
  • What we’re working on
    • PE/Sports 7.5
    • Fine Arts 7.6
    • School Discipline 7.9
    • All areas addressed with staff and strategic initiatives that impact student learning
  • Instructional Program
    • Preparing 21 st Century Learners
      • Technology integration
      • Project based learning / Differentiated Instruction
      • Skills: critical thinking / collaboration
  • New Initiatives
    • School Insight – new database
    • Early Childhood year-round program June 2010
    • School Endowment – established for donors to ensure solid financial base
    • 3 rd First Grade
  • New Staff
    • Daneen Hanson – 3 rd Grade
    • Scott Osbourn – 6 th Grade
    • Rachel Pfotenhauer – 1 st Grade
    • Erin Shidner – 1 st Grade
      • Maternity Substitutes
      • Julie Dietrich – Preschool
      • Nancy Karanzeiff – 5 th Grade
      • Rachel Lombardo – 8 th Grade
  • Parent Teacher League
    • Sally Foster / Entertainment Books fundraiser
    • Golf Tournament – Pevely Farms 9/26
    • Parent Network Night – Octoberfest 10/2
    • Trunk or Treat – 10/23
  • Primary Wing Remodel
    • 3 Kindergarten Rooms
    • 3 1 st Grade Rooms
    • Completed over the summer months
      • Carpet, Lighting, wiring, blinds, paint, Gr.1 SmartBoards, countertops, cabinets
      • Thanks!
  • Jennifer Calvin
    • Building Healthy Relationships!
  • Why is this goal so important for us?
    • Education goes beyond the classroom
    • Doing relationships well means doing conflict well
    • Conflict happens!
    • Conflict resolution is a valuable life skill
  • Conflict Resolution & The Bible
    • Glorify God - 1 Corinthians 10:31
    • Get the log out of your own eye - Matthew 7:3-5
    • Gently restore - Matthew 18:15-16
    • Go and be reconciled - Matthew 5:23-24
    • from www.peacemaker.net
  • Where do we start?
    • “ The Young Peacemaker”, by Corlette Sande, is designed to teach students how to resolve conflict in a way that honors God and others.
    • Check out www.peacemaker.net for more information.
  • How do we get there?
    • PS-1st grade - Emotional literacy
    • 2nd-4th grades - "The Slippery Slope" (1 lesson)
    • 5th grade - "The Young Peacemaker" (12 lessons)
    • Middle school - "The Slippery Slope" refresher and application
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  • What is "The Slippery Slope"?
    • Conflict is a slippery slope of choices
    • 3 good options, in order
    • 6 poor choices to avoid
    • Reminders
  • How can you lead your child through conflict resolution?
    • Get to know the Slippery Slope
    • Get to know your child's conflict resolution tendencies
    • Get to know your own conflict resolution tendencies
    • Resources galore!! www.peacemaker.net
  • Table Talk
    • Talk about a time that your child resolved a conflict well.
    • In what specific ways could you model healthy conflict resolution in your home?
    • Read through the case studies at your table and talk about various ways you could lead your child through these situations.
  • Keeping you informed
    • Friday Folders
    • Counselor’s Corner