PowerWalks Hero Schools (April 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 April targets:

 

The April Hero School Targets

High Schools – 350 PowerWalksObservations

Middle Schools / Junior High Schools – 275 PowerWalksObservations

Elementary / Intermediate / Combined Campuses – 200 PowerWalksObservations

Alternative Schools – 100 PowerWalksObservations.

 

With all of the end of school activities in May, we’ll adjust the targets just a little.

 

Your May Hero School Targets

High Schools – 275 PowerWalksObservations

Middle Schools / Junior High Schools – 200 PowerWalksObservations

Elementary / Intermediate / Combined Campuses – 125 PowerWalksObservations

Alternative Schools – 50 PowerWalksObservations.

 

Now, without further ado, here are your seventeen PowerWalksHero Schools for the month of April 2018.  Congratulations!!!

 

Elementary Schools & Combined Campuses Middle Schools & Junior High Schools Alternative Schools High Schools
Cloverleaf ES (GPISD) – 525 Cunningham MS (GPISD) – 466 Zotz Campus (GPISD) – 537 Socorro HS (SISD) – 817
Eastside ES (CISD) – 513 Cleveland MS (CISD) – 464   Cleveland HS (CISD) – 777
Northside ES (CISD) – 512 Serna PK-8 (SISD) – 359   North Shore 9thGrade Campus (GPISD) – 422
Southside ES (CISD) – 449     Valley HS (JCPS) – 391
Emery ES (CFISD) – 373      
Pyburn ES (GPISD) – 373      
Kermit ES (KISD) – 344      
Sam Houston ES (GPISD) – 312      
Tice ES (GPISD) – 247      

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