PowerWalks Hero Schools (February 2018)

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.  Below were the February targets:

 

The February Hero School Targets

High Schools – 300 PowerWalks Observations

Middle Schools / Junior High Schools – 200 PowerWalks Observations

Elementary / Intermediate / Combined Campuses – 150 PowerWalks Observations

Alternative Schools – 75 PowerWalks Observations.

 

For March, LYS is sponsoring the 3rd Annual March For A Cure Challenge benefitting the American Cancer Society. Which means that the Hero targets are aggressive (step up again, LYS Nation).

 

Your March For A Cure PowerWalks Challenge Targets

High Schools – 400 PowerWalks Observations

Middle Schools / Junior High Schools – 350 PowerWalks Observations

Elementary / Intermediate / Combined Campuses – 300 PowerWalks Observations

Alternative Schools – 150 PowerWalks Observations.

 

Now, without further ado, here are your sixty-four PowerWalks Hero Schools for the month of February 2018.  Congratulations!!!

 

Elementary Schools & Combined CampusesMiddle Schools & Junior High SchoolsAlternative SchoolsHigh Schools
Emery ES (CFISD) – 472Cunningham MS (GPISD) – 610Zotz Campus (GPISD) – 652Socorro HS (SISD) – 1,238
Pyburn ES (GPISD) – 414Thornton MS (CFISD) – 580GPISD CTE ECHS (GPISD) – 149North Shore 9th Grade Campus (GPISD) – 785
Cloverleaf ES (GPISD) – 413Cleveland MS (CISD) – 547 Cleveland HS (CISD) – 764
Eastside ES (CISD) – 409Cobb 6th Grade Campus (GPISD) – 515 North Shore Senior HS (GPISD) – 744
Kermit ES (KISD) – 390Farnsley MS (JCPS) – 445 El Dorado HS (SISD) – 720
Cimmarron ES (GPISD) – 378Woodland Acres MS (GPISD) – 436 Kermit HS (KISD) – 712
Johnsontown Road ES (JCPS) – 371Serna PK-8 (SISD) – 418 Valley HS (JCPS) – 539
Semple ES (JCPS) – 355Elsie Robertson MS (LISD) – 314 Borger HS (BISD) – 451
Tice ES (GPISD) – 353North Shore MS (GPISD) – 301 Americas HS (SISD) – 418
Wellington ES (JCPS) – 321Crosby MS (JCPS) – 268 Western HS (JCPS) – 373
Galena Park ES (GPISD) – 298Conway MS (JCPS) – 267 Granbury HS (GISD) – 343
McFerran Preparatory Academy (JCPS) – 295Galena Park MS (GPISD) – 230 Pleasure Ridge Park HS (JCPS) – 327
Normandy Crossing ES (GPISD) – 284Kermit JH (KISD) – 218  
Dixie ES (JCPS) – 274Crosby MS (CISD) – 212  
Duryea ES (CFISD) – 273Johnson Traditional MS (JCPS) – 207  
Crums Lane ES (JCPS) – 261   
Havard ES (GPISD) – 249   
Northside ES (CISD) – 243   
Colonial Hills ES (NEISD) – 241   
Jacinto City ES (GPISD) – 241   
Southside Primary School (CISD) – 240   
Shacklette ES (JCPS) – 239   
MacArthur ES (GPISD) – 233   
Cane Run ES (JCPS) – 232   
Green Valley ES (GPISD) – 226   
Corrigan-Camden ES (CCISD) – 206   
Kerrick ES (JCPS) – 199   
North Shore ES (GPISD) – 195   
McFee ES (CFISD) – 192   
Trunnell ES (JCPS) – 180   
Williamson ES (GPISD) – 164   
Dublin ES (DISD) – 161   
Medora ES (JCPS) – 156   
Watson Lane ES (JCPS) – 151   
Kenwood ES (JCPS) – 150   

 

If you made it this far down the post, just a reminder that this month is the 3rd Annual March for a Cure Challenge benefitting the American Cancer Society. So, quit reading and go visit 5 classrooms, now!

 

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