Shaker Regional School District


Serving the Communities of Belmont and Canterbury, New Hampshire

News and Announcements

 

EFFECTIVE JULY 7, 2014- SUMMER SAU OFFICE HOURS: 7:30- 3:00

 

 

Mass Customized Learning Workshop
Shaker Regional School District

When: August 7th, 2014
Where: Shaker Regional School District Professional Development Classroom
(SAU office upstairs)
Time: 9am-3pm [12-12:45 (Lunch on Your Own)]
Facilitator: Misty McBrierty: Director of Curriculum and Assessment
Register: If you are interested e-mail Misty at mmcbrierty@sau80.org to sign up. Space is limited.

Please click here for the flyer.

 

 

STEM CAMP for K-8 EDUCATORS

Join us for STEM Camp for K-8 educators to engage in Engineering and Design activities, writing and reading science and technical texts, and assessing student learning in STEM.  The two days will be packed with great activities and helpful resources to support STEM education in your district.  See the brochure and registration form for more details.

 

 

 

 

 

Click here for the Annual Report

 

 

 

Curriculum and Assessment Update 2013-2014

 

Curriculum & Assessment Questions and Answers

 

 

College Readiness

Grading Exceptional Learners

Grading Obstacles

Fact Sheet: Redesigning America's High Schools

Research Brief Grading Practices

 

PowerPoint Presentation

 

http://www.ascd.org/publications/educational-leadership/nov11/vol69/num03/toc.aspx

 

Research Brief on Best Practices Grading

http://gearup.ous.edu/sites/default/files/Research-Briefs/ResearchBriefGradingPractices.pdf

 

Examples of Formative Assessment:

 

https://www.teachingchannel.org/videos/student-daily-assessment

http://www.teachingchannel.org/videos/ups-strategy-as-assessment-tool

 

Example of Engaged Classroom:

 

https://www.teachingchannel.org/videos/multiplying-fractions-lesson?fd=1

 

Grading & Reporting for Learning

 

http://mistymcb.com/Site_2/Grading_and_Reporting.html

 

Curriculum Matrix

 

Curriculum Action Plan

 

Welcome Volunteers

 

The Shaker Regional School District recognizes the valuable contribution made to the school program through the volunteer efforts of parents and other community members. Anyone interested in volunteering, please contact the principal of the school for which you wish to volunteer.

 

Anyone who volunteers in the Shaker Regional School District must complete an annual volunteer affidavit. A criminal background check including obtaining the results of district processed fingerprinting is also required. This must be completed prior to the beginning of any volunteer event or activity.
(Fingerprinting does not need to be completed annually)

 

If you plan to coach a team, chaperone a field trip, work on a school-wide activity or help in the classroom anytime during the upcoming school year you should plan on taking advantage of one of these fingerprinting clinics.

Please note that it may take up to four weeks for the fingerprints to be processed. Volunteers cannot begin until the background check is completed.

 

PLEASE BRING A PHOTO ID WITH YOU—WE CANNOT FINGERPRINT WITHOUT PROPER IDENTIFICATION

 

You may also contact the SAU office to schedule an appointment during the day if you cannot attend any of the above clinics.