Hillis Students are Leaders by Setting Goals
Hillis is beginning the journey in becoming a Leader in Me school. Leaders set goals and work to reach their goals. Each class at Hillis sets a goal every month to improve their teamwork. Students work hard at reaching their goal and they track their progress each day! Below are the October goals that students decided to work on. Check out what your student is working on this month!
All students will participate in a virtual field trip at the end of the month to celebrate their hard work. Classes that meet their goal 10 days out of the month will get to dress up for the virtual field trip.
Mrs. Slinker’s 5th grade
We will have 90% (roughly 6/7) return to our afternoon learning on time at 12:45
Ms. Gajewsky’s 5th grade
We will have 10 (or more) cameras on for 10 days
Mrs. Avon’s 4th grade
We will actively participate in the chat. When asked a question if we have 10 or more students contribute to the conversation, we earn a point
Mr. Suceska’s 4th grade
- We will only raise our own virtual hand and mute our own mics.
- We will wait until somebody is done talking and their mic is off before speaking.
Mrs. Gilbert’s 4th grade
We will turn cameras on when speaking to anyone in class or small group
Mrs. Krzton-Presson’s 3rd grade
We will have our mic’s muted when asked.
Mrs. Ortiz’s 3rd grade
85% of our class (17 students) will be logged in on time
Mr. Egge’s 2nd grade
We will use proactive behavior at school and at home. Mr. Egge will count 5 proactive behaviors a day. Students share 5 proactive behaviors at home.
Ms. Bandy’s 2nd grade
We will only use the buttons on Teams to help us learn.
Mrs. Norgaard’s 1st grade
We will keep our microphones muted when it is not our turn to share or when the teacher is teaching.
Mrs. Riley’s 1st grade
We will try our best by having eyes on the speaker and getting our work done.
Mrs. Venteicher’s 1st grade
We will sit nicely when our cameras are on during learning time so we are able to try our best
Mrs. Belloma’s Kindergarten
We will stay muted during instruction. Mrs. Belloma will give whole class positive praise at least 3 times for staying muted to meet our goal.
Mrs. Hensley’s Kindergarten
We will remember to raise our hand and wait our turn.
Ms. Witte’s Kindergarten
We will to go to specials and come back to class for math.