PowerWalks Hero School (February 2014)

In furtherance of a LYS Nation tradition, we will take this time to tip our caps to the campuses that have embraced the most important step in creating and maintaining an action oriented professional learning community.  These are the campuses that have conducted an extraordinary number of formative classroom observations in a given month.  There were a total of 9,063 PowerWalks conducted during the past month and the February targets for Hero School designation were:

Big Schools – 220 PowerWalks Observations Medium Sized Schools – 160 PowerWalks Observations Small Schools – 90 PowerWalks Observations Very Small Schools – 50 PowerWalks Observations

Due to Spring Break for many schools we will leave the March targets the same:

Your March Hero School Targets Big Schools – 220 PowerWalks Observations Medium Sized Schools – 160 PowerWalks Observations Small Schools – 90 PowerWalks Observations Very Small Schools – 50 PowerWalks Observations

Now without further ado, here are your thirty-three PowerWalks Hero Schools for the month of February 2014.  Congratulations!!!

Elementary Schools Junior High and Middle Schools Alternative Schools Combined Campuses High Schools
Bell’s Hill ES (WISD: small school) – 576 Cesar Chavez MS (WISD: mid-sized school) – 657 San Marcos (JWJPCS: very small school) – 238 Louise Schools (LISD: small school) – 122 Fairdale HS (JCPS: big school) – 374
McFee ES (CFISD: mid-sized school) – 489 Big Spring JH (BSISD: mid-sized school) – 254 Afton Oaks (JWJPCS: very small school) – 105 University HS (WISD: big school) – 353
Dean Highland ES (WISD: small school) – 275 Tennyson MS (WISD: mid-sized school) – 245 Hays County (JWJPCS: very small school) – 86 Hutto HS (HISD: big school) – 320
Marlin ES (MISD: small school) – 255 Carver MS (WISD: mid-sized school) – 168 Granbury (JWJPCS: very small school) – 56 Kennedale HS (KISD: mid-sized school) – 254
Frazier ES (CFISD: mid-sized school) – 244 Marlin MS (MISD: small school) – 150 Mathis HS (MISD: small school) – 104
JH Hines ES (WISD: small school) – 242 Mathis MS (MISD: small school) – 120
Ray ES (HISD: small school) – 230
Crestview ES (WISD: small school) – 191
West Ave ES (WISD: small school) – 191
Johnson ES (HISD: small school) – 178
South Waco ES (WISD: small school) – 167
Dublin ES (DISD: small school) – 137
Washington ES (BSISD: small school) – 134
Hutto ES (HISD: small school) – 129
Cottonwood Creek ES (HISD: small school) – 126
Brooke Ave ES (WISD: small school) – 120
Gonzalez ES (EISD: small school) – 99

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