PowerWalks Hero Schools (September 2014)

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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. In September, the Hero Schools met or exceeded the targets below:

Big Schools – 325 PowerWalks Observations Medium Sized Schools – 225 PowerWalks Observations Small Schools – 125 PowerWalks Observations Very Small Schools – 65 PowerWalks Observations.

For October, the targets will remain the same:

The October Hero School Targets Big Schools – 325 PowerWalks Observations Medium Sized Schools – 225 PowerWalks Observations Small Schools – 125 PowerWalks Observations Very Small Schools – 65 PowerWalks Observations.

For the record, the schools in the LYS nation conducted a total of 13,979 PowerWalks observations this past month.  But enough stalling. Without further ado, here are your thirty-six PowerWalks Hero Schools for the month of September 2014.  Congratulations!!!

Elementary Schools Junior High & Middle Schools Alternative Schools Combined Campuses High Schools
Raymond E. Curtis ES (WISD – small school): 896 Big Spring JH (BSISD – midsized school): 472 Louis Schools (LISD – small school): 234 Morton Ranch HS (KISD – large school): 781
Rennell ES (CFISD – midsized school): 564 Magnolia JH (MISD – midsized school): 417 Wink Schools (WLISD – small school): 160 Mayde Creek HS (KISD – large school): 683
Stephen F. Austin ES (WISD – small school): 356 Bernard Harris MS (NEISD – midsized school): 359 Fairdale HS (JCPS – large school): 581
Juan N. Seguin ES (WISD – small school): 321 Lomax JH (LPISD – midsized school): 347 Weatherford HS (WISD – large school): 570
David Crockett ES (WISD – small school): 247 Mance Park MS (HISD – midsized school): 304 Iroquois HS (JCPS – large school): 400
Goliad ES (BSISD – small school): 240 Shirley Hall MS (WISD – midsized school): 274 Sulphur Springs HS (SSISD – midsized school): 330
Bose Ikard ES (WISD – small school): 238 Joe M. Tison MS (WISD – midsized school): 263 Dublin HS (DISD – small school): 305
Ray ES (HISD – small school): 220 Hutto MS (HISD – midsized school): 239 Weatherford 9th Grade Center (WISD – small school): 236
Mary Martin ES (WISD – small school): 207 LaPorte JH (LPISD – midsized school): 238 Winona HS (WISD – small school): 186
Bill W. Wright ES (WISD – small school): 187 Winona MS (WISD – small school): 188
Refugio ES (RISD – small school): 179 Big Spring IS (BSISD – small school): 172
Dublin ES (DISD – very small school): 171 Dublin IS (DISD – very small school): 152
Hutto ES (HISD – small school): 127

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