High Performance
Scheduling in the
Middle Grades

 Colorado Association of Middle Level Education
Panelists

 Julie Williams - Russell Middle
 Kandy Cassaday - Prairie Middle
 Joshua Barnett - Mead Middle
 Paul Jebe - La...
“Schools to Watch”
 National Forum to Accelerate Middle
           Grades Reform
     Key Partners: NASSP - NAESP - NMSA
 ...
The Questions
What is your school like and what are your most
pressing needs?
What does your schedule look like from the p...
Tell us about your
school and your most
pressing needs
Describe your schedule from
the perspective of a student
How do you provide time for
collaborative planning?
How do you provide time for
interventions and
supplemental support?
How do you as a leader hold
true to your core beliefs and
school mission in scheduling
design?
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This panel presentation was delivered on July 29, 2010 at the 41st Annual CASE Convention in Breckenridge, Colorado.

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  • High Performance Scheduling in the Middle Grades

    1. 1. High Performance Scheduling in the Middle Grades Colorado Association of Middle Level Education
    2. 2. Panelists Julie Williams - Russell Middle Kandy Cassaday - Prairie Middle Joshua Barnett - Mead Middle Paul Jebe - La Junta Middle Sheila Pottorff - Conrad Ball Middle
    3. 3. “Schools to Watch” National Forum to Accelerate Middle Grades Reform Key Partners: NASSP - NAESP - NMSA http://www.schoolstowatch.org/ Over 250 Schools Identified Across USA Colorado Application Due December 3, 2010
    4. 4. The Questions What is your school like and what are your most pressing needs? What does your schedule look like from the perspective of a student? How do you provide time for collaborative planning? How do you provide time for interventions and supplemental support? How do you as a leader hold true to your core beliefs and school mission in scheduling design?
    5. 5. Tell us about your school and your most pressing needs
    6. 6. Describe your schedule from the perspective of a student
    7. 7. How do you provide time for collaborative planning?
    8. 8. How do you provide time for interventions and supplemental support?
    9. 9. How do you as a leader hold true to your core beliefs and school mission in scheduling design?
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