PowerWalks Hero Schools (January 2015)

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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 January, the Hero Schools met or exceeded the targets below:

The January Hero School Targets Big Schools – 250 PowerWalks Observations Medium Sized Schools – 175 PowerWalks Observations Small Schools – 95 PowerWalks Observations Very Small Schools – 50 PowerWalks Observations

For February, due to the short month and potential weather days we will leave the targets unchanged:

The February Hero School Targets Big Schools – 250 PowerWalks Observations Medium Sized Schools – 175 PowerWalks Observations Small Schools – 95 PowerWalks Observations Very Small Schools – 50 PowerWalks Observations.

For the record, the schools in the LYS nation conducted a total of 9,251 PowerWalks observations this past month.  But enough stalling, here are your twenty-five PowerWalks Hero Schools for the month of January 2015.  Congratulations!!!

Elementary Schools Junior High & Middle Schools Alternative Schools Combined Campuses High Schools
Rennell ES (CFISD – midsized school): 606 Magnolia JH (MISD – midsized school): 302 San Marcos School (JWPCS – very small school): 117 Weatherford HS (WISD – large school): 625
Winona ES / IS (WISD – small school): 510 Big Spring MS (BSISD – midsized school): 235 Afton Oaks School (JWPCS – very small school): 64 Fairdale HS (JCPS – large school): 613
Veterans’ Hill ES (HISD – small school): 267 Winona MS (WISD – small school): 193 Iroquois HS (JCPS – large school): 460
Raymond E. Curtis ES (WISD – small school): 217 Big Spring IS (BSISD – small school): 159 Mayde Creek HS (KISD – large school): 441
Dublin ES (DISD – very small school): 210 Dublin IS (DISD – very small school): 124 Morton Ranch HS (KISD – large school): 367
Mary Martin ES (WISD – small school): 209 Winona HS (WISD – small school): 221
Marlin ES (MISD – very small school): 183 Weatherford 9th Grade Center (WISD – small school): 159
West Avenue ES (NEISD – small school): 123
Hutto ES (HISD – small school): 115
Stephen F. Austin ES (WISD – small school): 106
Cottonwood Creek ES (HISD – small school): 102

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