Contractors break ground for the covered play shelter at Territorial Elementary. Completion is set for February 2017 provided the weather cooperates.
Workshop Eight: Design Development - Landscape, Building System Reviews: In Workshop 8, the team's charge was to review the civil, electrical and mechanical specifications for the new addition. Detailed information can be found in the links below.
Workshop Eight: Design Development - Landscape, Building System Reviews: In Workshop 8, the team's charge was to review the civil, electrical and mechanical specifications for the new addition. Detailed information can be found in the links below. Workshop 8 - Reviewing Building Systems Specs
Blachly-Lane Electric Cooperative
Youth Tour 2016 Representative
JCHS student Audrey Sherman represented Blachly-Lane Electric Cooperative as their Youth Tour 2016 representative in June. Audrey was featured in the recent addition of the Ruralite, an electronic magazine, that the co-op sends its customers.
Territorial students completed the Winter Easy CBM Benchmark assessments this month, with teachers meeting to review data February 13th. We saw growth across grade levels in Reading and Math Measures, with 89% of students scoring in the “low risk” category on the CCSS Math measure of the Winter Benchmark assessment. Currently 5 of our 6 classrooms have moved above the 80% “low risk” target and 3 grade levels now have more than 90% of students identified as “low risk” in Math. We attribute this improvement to our focus on Math instruction over the past four years, the availability and use of Common Core aligned curriculum for core instruction, the inclusion of “Double Dose” time in the schedule and the addition of specific math intervention activities outside of the core. We also saw growth in student scores on Reading measures school-wide, with 83% of students identified as “low risk” in those measures on the Winter Benchmark. At this point in the year, 4 of 6 grade levels have reached year-end targets, with more than 80% of students scoring in the” low risk” category in Reading. Teachers collaborated to identify specific strategies to support student learning and growth in core subjects going forward with an eye toward moving our “some risk” and “high risk” students up at least one level on the Spring Benchmark scheduled for May.
During the February 8th Early Release, Territorial teachers met with ESD Science guru Bob Curtis for a workshop focused on applying Next Generation Science Standards to hands on activities in the area of Engineering and Design. Additionally, Bob provided insight and feedback on available and aligned curriculum and resources.
TERRITORIAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
92609 TERRITORIAL ROAD
JUNCTION CITY, OR 97448
(541) 998-8371 Fax: (541) 998-4744
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