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Report
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Probationary employees status
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Change in custodial hours require
20 days notice
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Start identifying replacements for
anticipated openings (FM 7066)
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Ensure employees are working in
the program/job description that
they are being paid from
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You will purchase what you are
allocated
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Make sure job codes match what
is being taught
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Coding of students and course
codes used in scheduling will
effect FTE generated by the
school
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Request Seniority List if needed
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Built on what you are allocated
and the personnel that are tied to
those allocations
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If you have a large increase or
decrease of enrollment in summer
communicate with Region ASAP
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Class Size is alive and well
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Do not surplus copy machines
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Bids needed for next year
Conduct mini-property audits
prior to EOY
o Yearbook and photo company
o Timely request to use lowest
bidder
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Fee memo for next year
* Updated Bilingual Codes Chart
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WB# 17303 - IPEGS EOY
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WB# 17389 Ink/Toner Supplies
WB# 17401 Summer 2015 School
Counselor Days
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WB# 17434 Procedures for
Handling Monies Collected for
Tablet Fees and Repairs
WB# 17339 Travel Agency
Services
Dr. Jacques Bentolila,
Administrative Director
[email protected]
(305) 499-5050 ext. 5057 – Office
(305) 470-9523 – Private Line
(305) 499-5076 – Fax
(786) 525-0149 – Cell
Raquel Diaz, District Administrative Assistant
[email protected]
(305) 499-5050 ext. 5047
Ms. Keisha Johnson Cabrera, Budget Supervisor
[email protected]
(305) 995-1886 – Office
Mr. Jesus Larranaga, Instructional Staffer
[email protected]
(305) 995-7225 – Office
Mr. Henry Tablada, Non-Instructional Staffer
[email protected]
(305) 995-7244
– Office
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WB #17461 – 2015 Mandatory Summer
Principal Institute (Synergy and Certified
Assessor Training Tool II, CATT II)
o
o
o
o
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See specific date Schedule in Weekly Briefing
#17342
Strand I
2 days - Operational Management
3 days – Synergy (A.P. and Teachers also
attend) – WB# 17505
Strand II
 3 days – Certified Assessor Training Tool (CATT
II)
 Monday, June 8th – Half
Session
Day Mandatory ESOL Compliance
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WB #17459 – Spring 2015 Leadership
Conference for District, Region, and
School-site Administrators
o
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Saturday, May 16th , The Miami Herald,
8:30am – 3:30pm
Bridges Symposium: Building
Relationships that Empower (SAVETHE-DATE)
o
Wednesday, June 10, 2015, 7:00am –
3:30pm (for Traditional and Charter School
Principals)
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WB #17490 – ESE Summer Academy
for Assistant Principals
o
o
Scheduled for June 15, 16, 17
o
Application due by Friday, May 8th to
Liliane Salazar and copy Rosa Lewis
Assistant Principals selected must attend
all 3 days; it’s strongly recommended that
they supervise the ESE Department
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WB #17461 – Professional Development
Needs Assessment Survey for Teachers
and Instructional Personnel
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WB #17458 – Instructions for Accessing
Professional Development History
o
o
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Survey must be completed Friday, May 15th
Will assist the district in identifying PD
offerings for 2015-16 school year
Other Summer Professional
Development sessions for Teachers
are posted each week, please share
with employees
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WB# 17491 – Various SPED Summer
Professional Development for selected
positions for 2015-16 school year
o Application due May 7th
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WB #17277 – Superintendent’s Advisory
Panel Inclusion Achievement Award
o Application due May 29th to Dr. Rosalia Gallo
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WB #17420 – April ESE Monthly
Newsletter
o Identifies SPED professional development
opportunities
o Program specific “look fors” of activities that
should be taking place (see the heading
“What Principals Should See Taking Place”)
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WB #17374 – Listeners/Oyentes
Volunteer Program
o Survey must be completed by May 15th, if
interested in participating in the Program
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WB #17248 – 2014-2015 FDOE Annual
ESE Parent Survey – due May 31st
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WB #17269– School Health Services
Satisfaction “Principal Survey”
o Providing feedback on your satisfaction with the
Miami-Dade County Health Department’s school
health services
o
Survey must be completed by May 29th
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WB #17269– School Health Services
Satisfaction “Parent Survey”
o Sent to selected principals to provide a copy of
the survey with return envelopes to parents
o
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Survey must be returned by May 29th
WB #17275 – Procedures for Initial
Gifted Placement with Future Services
o Review process with SPED chair; developed to
avoid FTE errors and appropriately fund gifted
services
o Testing will occur in Summer;
be submitted ASAP
Cases must
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Save the Dates
Elementary Regional Competition will be
held on May 13, 2015 at Miami Springs
Middle School. Registration begins at 8:30
a.m.
Secondary Competition will be held on May
14, 2015 at Miami Dade College, North
Campus, Building 2000. Registration
begins at 8:00 a.m.
Final Competition will be held on May 28,
2015 at Miami Dade College, North
Campus, Building 5000 – Lehman Theatre.
Registration begins at 8:00 a.m.
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Suspensions
*
One Stop Educational and Community
Service Center
o
o
Articulation Process – complete FM-6112
Complete Court Ordered Re-entry FM-6612
*
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Monday, July 6th – Friday, July 31st
Services Offerings
o
o
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Regular Program (opened additional sites)
ESY (Pending – but will Open Summer
Sites)
2 Teacher Professional Development
Days
o
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Wednesday, July 1st & Thursday, July 2nd
One Full day PD; One Full day work in
classroom
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Student Eligibility and Ratios
o Elementary – 1:18
o Middle – 1:25 (Course Recovery of one subject
area)
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i-Summer Learning-On-The-Go
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Clerical & Custodial Coverage/Support
o To include Supplies and Personnel
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Summer Services Eligibility
o Completion by June 3rd
Administrative Coverage/Summer
Vacations
*
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WB# 17305 – K-12 District’s Summer
Reading Guidelines, Reading Lists and
Suggested Activities for K-12 Students
WB# 17401 – Summer 2015 School
Counselor Day (Middle/Senior High)
o Senior High – 2 days per school counselor
allocation
o
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Middle – 1 day per school counselor allocation
K-8 – 2 Days per school
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WB# 17485 – Information regarding
required training for Extended School
Year
o Training Module must be viewed by Friday,
May 24th
o
ESY Principal Verification of Training
Completion Form due by Monday, June 1st to
ESE Department
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T01782201 – Summer School Eligibility
Worksheet
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T01782202 – Summer School Lockouts
o Reflects employees who have a lockout code
and are excluded and ineligible for summer
employment
o
School staff must sign the worksheet to
indicate their interest in summer employment
o
No waivers for expired certificates will be
granted for the 2015 Summer School session
Dr. Janice Cruse-Sanchez,
Administrative Director
[email protected]
(305) 499-5050 ext. 5058 – Office
(305) 470-9464 – Private Line
(305) 305-499-5074 – Fax
(786) 229-5412 Cell
Rosa Lewis, Administrative Secretary
[email protected]
(305) 499-5050 ext. 5046
Ms. Helen Piña, District Director
Office of Professional Standards
[email protected]
(305) 995-7103 – Office
Andrea McKyer, District Administrative
Assistant
[email protected]
(305) 499-5050 ext. 5048 – Office
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Initiates after the Support Dialogue
process has been completed
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Initiated when a professional’s
performance is unsatisfactory in
one or more standards
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Applies to all Annual Contract and
Professional Service Contract
teachers
Observation of Standards Forms –AC/PSC
(OSF)*
* IP box indicates Yes
* Specific unsatisfactory standards are
identified
1.
2.
3.
Assessor must contact the Region Office and
Office of Professional Standards (OPS)
Conference for the Record (CFR) –
Notification and Summary
CFR Summary and IP initiation must be
completed with signatures within ten (10)
calendar days
4. The 90-Calendar Day Probation Period
begins the day after the IP is signed
5. Process includes two (2) additional
observations and one (1) confirmatory
observation
6. If
the professional does not remediate, the
professional may not be recommended for
continued employment
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If the IP cannot be completed before the
end of the school year, it is continued to
the next year
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The summative evaluation is withheld until
the process is completed
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The status is documented on the IP
*
A transfer does not extend the period of
the IP
Ms. Lourdes P. Gimenez,
Administrative Director
[email protected]
(305) 499-5050 ext. 5056– Office
(305) 470-9531 – Private Line
(305) 499-5051 – Fax
(305) 776-9223 – Cell
Andrea McKyer, District Administrative
Assistant
[email protected]
(305) 499-5050 ext. 5048
Dr. Jimmie L. Brown, Jr., District Director
Office of Professional Standards
[email protected]
(305) 995-7217 – Office
Andrea McKyer, District Administrative Assistant
[email protected]
(305) 499-5050 ext. 5048
* Student Transfers
o Begins May 20th and will not be
processed until summer
o
New Form - FM 3281, Revised 4/15
* SCAMS – Input as incidents
occur
* Transfer Revocations
* End of
Year Procedures Guide
2014-15
* Authorization for Data
Correction
o WB# 17428
o Due Friday, May 8, 2015
Ms. Amelia Leth, Administrative Director
[email protected]
(305) 499-5050 ext. 5059– Office
(305) 470-9447 – Private Line
(305) 499-5051 – Fax
(786) 412-6796- Cell
Yolanda Busquet, Social Work Chairperson
Student Administrative Transfers
[email protected]
(305) 499-5050 ext. 5061
Ana Perez, District Administrative Assistant
[email protected]
(305) 499-5050 ext. 5061
What if you gave someone a gift, and they
neglected to thank you for it
Would you be likely to give them another?
Life is the same way.
In order to attract more of the blessings that
life has to offer,
You must truly appreciate what you already
have.
~ Ralph Marston

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