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Renovations throughout the district

By: Joe Humphrey/Construction Coordinator

If you drive around the district this month, you will see a lot of activity at three school sites. Crews are working to complete work at the Jefferson Center, and they are just starting work at Martinez Elementary and Bowie Elementary. These jobs represent the final projects funded by the 2004 voterapproved school bonds. With normal summer maintenance projects already planned, this will be a very busy time. Renovations at the Jefferson Center (Jefferson Middle School) include the replacement of the heating and airconditioning systems, new lighting, new ceilings, and the total replacement of the original wooden windows with a new window system to improve the operation and efficiency of the HVAC system. The entire building has been cabled to provide the infrastructure to support the technology of district programs being relocated to that campus. When all renovation work is completed within the next few weeks, programs currently located at the Houston Student Achievement Center (special education) and the Travis Center (discipline reassignment) will be moved to Jefferson for the 201112 school year. Each of these programs will occupy a specific wing of the school with the administrative offices located in the center of the main building. These moves will allow the district to sell both the Travis and Houston buildings. The largest of the construction projects now under way is the building of the new Myra P. Martinez Elementary at the location of the old North Junior High/ Franklin Middle School campus. The main classroom building with administrative offices, Learning Resource Center (library), and cafeteria will consist of 62,823 square feet of all new construction. The plans call for 38 regular classrooms plus two computer labs in the main building. The foundation work is currently underway, and the footprint of the new struc ture can be seen from Merchant Street. Just to the west of the new building, the existing music building and both gyms are still intact. The music building will remain a music build ing and contain two renovated music rooms plus several new offices and additional smaller classrooms or conference rooms. The large gym will have some renovation work done, including new heating, outside painting, and reroofing. The smaller gym will also receive some renovation work and will most likely be used after school by The Boys & Girls Club. The completion date for this campus is June 2012. Construction of a new 17,750 square foot annex building is taking shape on the Bowie Elementary campus. The new building will contain 12 classrooms in addition to a Learning Resource Center complete with two computer labs. The building will be located on the east side of the campus. The foundation for this building is complete and can be seen from Jeanette Street. By design, this new construction is potentially one wing of a new Bowie school that could be built at some future date. The new building will be connected to the existing structures with a covered walkway. Once the new construction is finished, all of the portable buildings located at Bowie can be removed. In addition to the bondfunded projects described above, the district is reroofing Bas setti and Ortiz elementary schools. These two schools will also be updated with new T8 energy efficient lighting fixtures, and the electrical power to each classroom will be in creased to handle the load of additional computers. At Cooper High School, an airhandler in the "old vocational building" will be replaced. All of this work will be completed before school resumes for the 201112 school year.

"Limitations live only in our minds. But if we use our imaginations, our possibilities become limitless." ~Jamie Paolinetti

Inside this issue: Spotlight Stories Points of Pride Upcoming Events 2 3 8

People Helping People 12 Picture Perfect Areas of Emphasis Business Corner 14 16 21

Our Mission

The Mission of the Abilene Independent School District is to provide exceptional educational opportunities in an environment that will produce graduates with the skills necessary to become productive, responsible citizens.

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Adult Education in AISD and beyond...

The Abilene Adult Education Cooperative, sponsored by AISD, plays a sig nificant part in the lives of many individuals and their communities. The ser vice area is composed of 10 counties, with classes in eight communities in addition to six locations in Abilene. The Alta Vista Adult Learning Center is the largest location and offers a wide range of classes that provide a contin uum of educational services. Currently, the entire program has over 800 stu dents within two main areas, English as a Second Language (ESL) and the General Educational Development (GED) classes. Teaching English as a Second Language (ESL) is an essential component of the Abilene Adult Education Program. Compared to similar programs across the state, Abilene has an unusually diverse international student population with at least 31 countries represented this school year, ranging from Arme nia, Bhutan and Mexico to Tunisia, Congo and China. And the term ESL is misleading. For many Alta Vista students, English may actually be their third or fourth language. Based at the Alta Vista campus, the program also operates at two offsite Abilene locations ­ Epworth Methodist Church and St. Vincent Pallotti Catholic Church ­ as well as at a De Leon community center, all with varying schedules. The Alta Vista campus offers three levels of classes four mornings a week ­ three beginner classes, one intermediate and one ad vanced, with night classes offered two nights a week. All classes are three hours and include the ESL building blocks of speaking, listening, reading, writing and pronunciation at their respective levels. Beginning classes focus on survival English, which includes telling time in English, learning the U.S. money system, providing personal information and filling out forms, learning the English alphabet, counting and vocabularybuilding. Students who are not literate in their own language or who have never held a pencil pose a particular challenge to beginning ESL teachers, as does the inability to speak minimal Kirundi or Napali to communicate with students. The intermediate class works on basic grammar in the context of such topics as health, job searching, and Texas history and culture. The advanced class is especially helpful for students whose ultimate goal is to earn a GED or go to college, preparing them for the more rigorous demands of academic English in higher education programs. For the past five years, the program has collaborated with the International Rescue Committee (IRC), a local refugee resettlement agency, to provide English instruction for newlyarrived refugees. Alta Vista has had refugees from Iraq, Congo, Democratic Repub lic of Congo, Gabon, Rwanda, Burundi, Ivory Coast, Russia, Cuba and Bhutan. As a result, refugees form a significant part of the Alta Vista ESL student body. To celebrate the many cultures of Alta Vista, the school has hosted an annual International Day for the last two years, at tracting local media attention. Highlights have included tradi tional clothing, displays, international foods, singing, dancing and other performances. While one of the goals of the Adult Education ESL program is to provide all students with enough English to more easily ad just to life in Abilene, another goal is to provide the language tools to make the transition to higher education. A handful of people have entered Alta Vista as beginning ESL students and gone on to complete the GED program, which, given their initial language barriers, is a tremendous achievement. Magdalena Lopez is one of those students. Last year she was awarded both her GED and her U.S. citizenship. A young Rumanian woman who met her Guatemalan husband while she was working in Italy, started as a beginning ESL student at Alta Vista when her husband was stationed at Dyess Air Force Base. In the course of just five years, she completed her ESL and GED re quirements and studied for her citizenship. She also gave birth to two sons and took care of her family during her husband's deploy ments, all while holding a job. With ambition and grit, Magdalena managed her time as a student, wife, mother and employee very successfully, a testament to how the focus on transitions in the ESL/GED program can benefit a student who is willing to commit the necessary time and effort. (continued on next page)

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Eduardo Gerardo is another ESL/GED student. A native of Mexico, he graduated with his GED in May. A quiet young man, he has been diligent in his studies for four years. Many people do not realize what a serious challenge earn ing a diploma or degree in a different language is for inter national students, especially those who must work and/or take care of their families. The Alta Vista faculty and staff are extremely proud of the students who achieve these goals. The Adult Education GED classroom is also a study in diversity. The students this year range in age from 17 to 75 and come from an amazing variety of backgrounds. Some have just recently left public school, others have been out of school for many, many years, and still others have never attended public school in the United States. A 17yearold who wants to join the army or enroll in TSTC may be sitting in class next to a grandmother who has always wanted to finish school just to prove to herself that she can. They may be joined by a widow from Rwanda or a recent immigrant from Nepal. All are working together toward a common goal which may be mastering the composition of an essay or solving an algebra equation. Each student brings something unique to the class, and all benefit from their differences. For most students, GED certification is a stepping stone to an other goal. Some students use the GED to gain immediate employ ment, while others plan to enroll in higher education, usually at Cisco College or TSTC. At least three of our former GED students finished at Cisco College this month, one with an associate degree and the others with HVAC certification. Other students seek GED certification to gain a credential after being homeschooled or as a substitute for a foreign credential. We encourage all of our GED students to work toward high GED scores since there is a clear cor relation between GED scores and Accuplacer results and the mili tary's ASVAB test. Free GED classes are infinitely preferable to ex pensive developmental classes. Most Adult Education students face very real barriers. Many have transportation problems and/or childcare issues. For others, selfesteem issues from a variety of causes, including lack of success in a traditional school setting, continue to confront them. The $100 GED testing fee can also be a burden. he Adult Education staff, with wonderful assistance from the Taylor County Adult Literacy Council (TCALC), helps as many students as possible with bus passes and, at specific locations, childcare. Woodson Head Start, Crockett Early Childhood, and TCALC also assist qualified students with the testing fee. Working together, we attempt to ensure that those seeking a second chance at education are given a level playing field. Celebrating success is a big part of the Adult Education experience. On the Alta Vista campus at the end of each six weeks ses sion, we recognize GED students who have had perfect attendance for the six weeks. Of those students, everyone who has a qualifying score on an Official Practice Test is awarded a free test voucher provided by the TCALC. Each teacher also selects an outstanding student to be Student of the Session. Twice a year, TCALC hosts a celebration at each site which includes a meal, door prizes, and awards recognizing outstanding students; and, of course, the grand celebration is the annual graduation ceremony complete with "Pomp and Circumstance" provided by Abilene Community Band, caps and gowns, and a reception for graduates and guests hosted again by TCALC. During the ceremony we an nounce and recognize the Adult Education Student of the Year, nominated by the GED and ESL faculty and selected by the TCALC, whose name is added to a permanent plaque which is on display at the Alta Vista campus. These forms of official recognition for achievement are especially important to these students. The Adult Education program is all about improving lives. It is an inclusive, safe, affirming place for people to come for a second chance at education; and, under the auspices of the AISD, Adult Education is expanding educational opportunities for those in need.

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On Saturday, May 7, 2011, the Madison Middle School Concert and Symphonic Orchestras competed in the Spring in the Park Music Festival at the Winspear Opera House in Downtown Dallas. Following the competition, the group went to Six Flags Over Texas for entertainment and the Awards Ceremony. The results of the competition were announced at the Awards Ceremony at Six Flags Over Texas. The Madison Symphonic Orchestra won the NonHigh School Instrumental Grand Champion trophy. In addition, the Madison Symphonic Orchestra received a Superior rating trophy and a Best in Class trophy. The Madison Concert Orchestra also received a Superior rating trophy and a Best in Class trophy. The Madison orchestra program is under the direction of Mrs. Heather Wood.

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Craig and Mann orchestras earn Best in Class honors

On Saturday, May 14the com bined Craig and Mann Middle School Advanced Orchestras competed in the Spring in the Park Music Festival at the MetroCenter in Arling ton. In the competition, the combined orchestras were awarded a trophy for Superior ratings from all three judges, as well as a trophy for the Best in Class award. Following the competition, the group went to Me dieval Times for dinner and entertainment. The Craig Middle School orchestra program is un der the direction of Ms. Debbie McKelvey. The Mann Middle School orchestra program is under the direction of Ms. Sarah Reason.

Congratulations ROBERT JUAREZ

Robert Juarez, Catering Manager, received the Child Nutrition Employee of the Month for May. Child Nu trition Employees are nominated by their coworkers for this honor.

Madison Middle School choirs earn Best in Class honors On Saturday, May 7, the Madison Middle School Boys' and Girls' Choirs competed in the Spring in the Park Music Festival at the Winspear Opera House in downtown Dal las. Following the competition, the group went to Six Flags Over Texas for entertain ment and the awards ceremony. At the awards ceremony at Six Flags Over Texas, the Madison Boys' Choir received an Outstanding rating trophy and a Best in Class trophy. The Madison Girls' Choir received a Superior rating trophy and a Best in Class trophy. The Madison Middle School Choral program is under the direction of Mrs. Jenny Doggett.

"Thank You" from Andy Cleveland

Thanks for all involved in a Friday afternoon recep tion given in my honor. The team who put the recep tion into motion did an excellent job. The friends who attended added the extra special touch to the affair. To just say thank you seems such a small way of expressing my feeling for each of you; but, from the bottom of my heart, I say "THANK YOU" to each of you. To the three scintillating speakers: Donna Haschke, immediate past president of Texas State Teachers Association, who drove down from Austin, you were the best surprise I have had in a long time. You were magnanimous! Dr. Heath Burns, in today's vernacular, your were the epitome of cool. Larry Davis, you were both gracious and sophisti cated. Being me is still better than being Madonna. Thanks again and Thanks for the Memories.

~Andy Cleveland

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Valedictorians of the two graduating classes are Harris Holley at AHS and Grayson Hurst at

CHS. Named as salutatorians are AHS's Kate LeMasters and Cooper's Nathan Carmichael. Commencement activities for the Class of 2011 will be held May 28 at Taylor County Coli seum. The AHS ceremony will start at 11 a.m., followed by Cooper at 3 p.m.

Abilene High School Top 25

Cooper High School Top 25 1. Grayson Charles Hurst 2. Nathan Carmichael 3. Ricardo Tomas Martinez 4. Elizabeth Rae Folwell 5. Emily Ann Gutschke 6. Staci Darden 7. Julianna Nicole Holloway 8. Stacy Ybarra Castillo 9. Kirsten Victoria Rose 10. Dana Patricia Lemieux 11. Marquis James Mitchell 12. Ashley Alexanderia Hvidt 13. Samantha Amatucci Mater 14. Jesse Benjamin McGaha 15. Taylor Elizabeth Corpuz 16. Rebecca Sharlene Swenson 17. Verity Elise Harden 18. Sharon Kim Flanders 19. Trisha Marie Ford 20. Kristy Leigh McNulty 21. Christopher Scott Campbell 22. Kelsey Jordan Howard 23. Jana Lynn Fox 24. Kayla Celeste Holloway 25. Brooklyn Paige Caddell

1. Harris David Holley 2. Katherine Helen LeMasters 3. Aric Charles Tate 4. Anna Claire Cooke 5. Emily Rebecca Teel 6. Mary Christine Crowe 7. Lawrence Alex Warr 8. Marissa Nicole Jones 9. Christopher Scott Perkins 10. Seth Michael Monhollon 11. Carina Michelle Hiscock 12. Rachel Teresa Mayor 13. Tori Lee Hale 14. Amber Nichole Reese 15. Kelsey Dlynn Collard 16. Amy Michelle White 17. Jake Matthew Brooks 18. Kelsey Nicole Leverett 19. Landon Mark Wilson 20. Andrew Will Tate 21. Hannah Leigh Bruce 22. Krista Lynn Cukrowski 23. Austin Thomas Lemmons 24. Sarah Diane Pierce 25. Leilani Sara Ganiron

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The Abilene Education Foundation and AISD is kicking off the STAR Teacher Grant Cycle for 201112 school year. Through AISD payroll deduction donations and the matching funds pro vided by the Greathouse Foundation and Priceless Literacy, the AEF is again able to provide over $30,000 for the STAR Teacher Grants. Each grant application can request up to $1,000 for individual or team programs or projects. A grant application should demonstrate creativity and innovation in educational programming and may include classroom supplies, manipulatives, equipment, and/or field trips. Grant applica tions should be returned to the AEF by August 22, and awards will be made September 22

Click here to access STAR Teacher Grant Application: Guidelines and Application

Timeline for STAR Grants

May 13, 2011 August 22, 2011 September 8, 2011 September 22, 2011 October 10, 2011 October 2011 ­ May 2012 June 30, 2012 Evaluations, receipts, and unspent funds due to Abilene Education Implementation and showcasing of STAR Grants Announcement of STAR Grant winners at AISD Board Meeting STAR Grant Winners are notified of their selection/Prize Parade Grant Writing suggestions found online www.aaeeff.org Applications due to Abilene Education Foundation Judging Event

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The Morgan Jones Planetarium will be offering public shows on the following dates. Cost is $3 for adults and $2 for students and children. Please call 6771444, Ext. 3108 if you need further assistance.

SUMMER SCHEDULE

June 14 Tuesday 6:00 ­ 7:00 ­ "Stars of the Pharaohs" 7:00 ­ 8:00 ­ "Stars of the Pharaohs" June 18 ­ Saturday 4:00 ­ 5:00 ­ "Universe" 5:00 ­ 6:00 ­ "Universe" 6:00 ­ 7:00 ­ "Universe" 7:00 ­ 8:00 ­ "Universe" June 21 ­ Tuesday 6:00 ­ 7:00 ­ "Wonders of the Universe" 7:00 ­ 8:00 ­ "Wonders of the Universe" June 28 Tuesday Planetarium Closed July 5 Tuesday Planetarium Close July 9 ­ Saturday 4:00 ­ 5:00 ­ "Two Small Pieces of Glass" 5:00 ­ 6:00 ­ "Two Small Pieces of Glass" 6:00 ­ 7:00 ­ "Two Small Pieces of Glass" 7:00 ­ 8:00 ­ "Two Small Pieces of Glass" July 12 Tuesday 6:00 ­ 7:00 ­ "Awesome Universe" 7:00 ­ 8:00 ­ "Awesome Universe" July 19 Tuesday 6:00 ­ 7:00 ­ "Microcosm" 7:00 ­ 8:00 ­ "Microcosm" July 26 Tuesday Planetarium Closed

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Goodbye,friends!

AISD RETIREMENT RECEPTION

MAY 12, 2011

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2011 RETIREES

Debra A Adams Janie R Alsides Robert Anderson Carlisle Leah Ardoin Connie R Baker Teri A Baldwin Sharon P Ball Faye D Barbian Christine S Bates Lou J Bell Paula N Bendel Salvador C Borrego Jr Edith C Boyd Gary L Brown Brian K Burton Sharon J Cade Kathy C Caroland Susan E Cathey Annie L Coleman Norma Collazo Evelyn E Collis Larry M Condra Mary S Conley Rosalie Cook Gary L Culpepper Mary G Davis Don P Denny Andrew F DeWitt Rebecca A Dossey Charlene H DuPaul Martha K Elliott Larry W Ferrell Katrina F Fink Dawn H Fish Lisa E Fowlkes Henry M Gindratt II Pamela J Glover Mary H Gonzalez Mary Helen H Gonzalez Donna K Graham Martha R Gregory Susan N Hall Charles Hambrick Dawn Harrell Jon D Harrison Steve R Hawkins Karla J Hill Laura L Hines Sandra J Hodgin Annemarie Holder Douglas A Howard Doyle M Hufstedler Jr Andrea G Jay Ronnie B Johnson Christie L Jones Carol J Kozelsky Michael F Kozelsky Debbie D Langford Susan J Lankford Cynthia L Loveday Thelma S Loya Gary W Mabry Mary Helen Martin Evelyn Collis McCarthy Evelyn E McCarthy Sharron E McClellan Barbara J McMillon Ulichious L McPherson Lana J Montgomery Sharon L Morris Mary H Munoz Mike Murphy Dwalah J Nelson Margaret A Niedecken Rosemary Ortega Judy A Overall Randy Overall Sue Patterson Joy E Peables Louella Penrod Hubert Pickett Jr Deborah D Pickett Bobbie C Porter Pamla D Pruitt Pamela K Raughton Jesus R Reyes Dara L Rhodes Richard D Rhodes Mattie B Richardson Cynthia R Roemisch Randy L Roemisch Diane L Rose Joseph L Scholtz Jr Janice R Sikes Cara S Sitton James L Smith Randy L Smith Sandra J Smith Larry D Sparks Elizabeth A Sprinkle Benita Stokes Michael G Stokes Don A Summers Andrea G Swearengin Brenda N Talley Kathy R Taylor Linda K Taylor Janet S Thomesen Judy C Thompson Ralph E Thornhill Jaime E Torres Jacqueline Vardiman Debora K Varner Rosemary B Walker Bruce Walsh Donna D Walsh Beverly A Warren Janice L Wiggins Brenda G Wildner Nancy Y Wilkinson Sharlyn W Williams Twanna M Willis Lavonda Word Jonie B Yarbrough James P Zuspann

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For further workshop information and registration go to www.esc14.net.

BEHAVIOR

Administrative Overview of NonEd Funds and CRCG Behavior Blast! Behavior Education Program Behavior Blast! Bipolar Disorder and Interventions Behavior Blast! Brain Gym Advanced Behavior Blast! Brain Gym for Beginners Behavior Blast! Healing the Wounds: Teens Who SelfInjure Behavior Blast! Identifying and Helping Students with AD/HD in the Classroom Behavior Blast! Interventions and Strategies for Emotional/Behavioral AtRisk Behavior Blast! Positive, Proactive, and Instructional Classroom Discipline Behavior Blast! RTI & Interventions to Manage Challenging Behaviors in the Class Behavior Blast! The Tough Kid: Practical Classroom Management Strategies Behavior Blast! Using Literacy to Help With Student Behavior Behavior Blast! Working with the child who doesn't act outbut doesn't act RIGHT Behavior Blast!!! Bully Prevention C. P. I. Crisis Prevention Institute Certification2 Day CPIR: Crisis Prevention Intervention Refresher Texas Behavior Support Initiative Training: Modules 16 Tough Kids Tool Box Online Book Study

CSCOPE

COMING AT MATH RTI FROM ALL SIDES! What Every Teacher Needs to Know in K5 Math CSCOPE Academy 2 Days CSCOPE and Algebra I CSCOPE and Geometry CSCOPE and High School Math Planning CSCOPE BOOT CAMP For Science CSCOPE Math Grades 35 Rollout CSCOPE Math Grades 68 Rollout CSCOPE Math Grades K2 Rollout CSCOPE Social Studies First 6 Weeks Rollout ELA: STAAR & CSCOPE Planning 35 Grades Tier 1 ELA: STAAR & CSCOPE Planning 6th8th Grades Tier 1 ELA: STAAR & CSCOPE Planning 912 Grades Tier 1 ELA: STAAR & CSCOPE Planning K2 Grades Tier 1 Make-Up Day ELA: STAAR & CSCOPE Planning 6th-12th Grades Tier 1 Make-Up Day ELA: STAAR & CSCOPE Planning K-2 Grades Tier 1

ESL

Steps to a Language-Rich Interactive Classroom 7 English Language Arts ELPS Academy TExES Preparation ESL LPAC Training Math ELPS Academy Sheltered Instruction for Content-Based ESL Sheltered Instruction with Kathleen Kenfield Social Studies ELPS Academy Teaching Academic Language with Kathleen Kenfield Technology Techniques for English Language Learners (ELLs)Technology Techniques for English Language Learners (ELLs)

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How will the state's budget cuts effect you and your paycheck?

FMI call CARA STONE @ 3254399063 or send an email to: [email protected]

"Go confidently in the direction of your dreams. Live the life you have imagined." ~Henry David Thorean

Attention AISD Faculty and Staff!

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Son of Bill and Linda Black

GRADUATION

2011

Abilene High School

11 a.m. Taylor County Coliseum

Cooper High School

3 p.m. Taylor County Coliseum

Doors open one hour before ceremony

Daughter of Jamie and Melisa Perez

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