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CrossroadsConnection
Septiembre2016
1015CentralStreet,KansasCity,MO64105/www.crossroadsacademykc.org/816-221-2600
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PERSONALDESTACADO
AllisonBucklew
MaestradeEducaciónMedia
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manera.Losalumnosylosprofesoreshanestado
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experienciaatravésdeunaprendizajeintencionaly
personalizado..
¿En dónde creció?
Crecí en Kansas City, Missouri. Y fui
alumna en St. Theresa’s Academy
durante la preparatoria.
¿Cuáles son sus hobbies?
Me gusta el kickboxing, pasar tiempo con mi perro y
cocinar.
¿Qué disfruta mas sobre trabajar en CAKC?
Donde comienzo – la alegría de los alumnos por
aprender me ha impresionado y estoy sorprendida por
su entusiasmo. Me emociona saber cuanto crecerán
los alumnos este año. Ah, y por si fuera poco, ¡tengo a
los mejores colegas de la ciudad!
Ustedestáinvitadoaacompañarmeelmiércoles,14de
Septiembrede8:15-8:45paranuestroMiércolesde
Bienvenidamensual.¡NosvemosprontoenCAKC!
Mrs.BevLeonard
UNVISTAZOASEPTIEMBRE
9/2:Celebracionesdecumpleaños
9/5:Nohayclases–DíadelTrabajo
9/6:Nohayclases–DíadelMaestro
9/14:MiércolesdeBienvenida
9/16:SpiritDay:Losalumnospuedenvestirunacamisetacon
ellogodelaescuelaypantalones,shortsofaldasdeuniforme.
9/20:JuntaPAC,5:30pm
9/22:NochedeProfesión:Masinformaciónpróximamente
9/26:JuntadeConsejo,5:00pmenCAKC
**TODOSLOSMIERCOLESENSEPTIEMBRELASALIDAESA
LAS2:30PM
¿Cuál es su memoria favorita de cuando era alumna?
Mi materia favorita era ciencia. Una vez utilizamos el
microscopio para ver células de nuestras mejillas y
quedé impresionada.
¿Quién es su personaje favorito de un libro y por qué?
Katniss Everdeen es uno de mis personajes favoritos
porque es una mujer independiente que se puede
cuidar a ella misma.
NOTICIASSOBREPAC
JuntaPAC:Martes,20deseptiembrealas5:30pm
Habráguarderíadisponibleparaniñosquenonecesitanayuda
parairalbañ[email protected]
necesitaguardería.
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autorretratosquecuentensushistorias.Algunosalumnoscrearánretratosdepaisajes
mientrasqueotroscrearanautorretratos.Mientraspreparansusobrasdearte,los
alumnoshanestudiadoaotrosartistaseintercambiadoideasenclase.Ms.Clayton,
nuestramaestrodeartesvisuales,entiendelaimportanciadedejarquelosalumnos
compartanenclasequienesson.
-LafamiliadeSauleIsaiah
SUPERHÉROEDELMES
KarenHarrison
CrossroadsAcademyquiereenviar
uncordialagradecimientoanuestra
superhéroedelmes,KarenHarrison.
Karenpasatiempoayudandoa
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contarándenuestraescuela.¡Karen
logróqueelpuestodelimonada
fueratodounéxito!Muchasgracias
Karenporeltiempoyesfuerzopara
lograrquenuestrasactividadessean
perfectas.
¡Oportunidadesparavoluntarios!
Nosencantatenerapadresdefamiliaymiembrosdelacomunidadinvolucradoscon
laescuela.Unagranmaneradeayudarnosesasistiendoalabibliotecadelcentro
connuestrosalumnos.¡IniciesesiónenelPortalVoluntario
http://portal.onvolunteers.com/login.aspx?s=ca.kanparasuscribirse!Contactea
[email protected]ón.
¡DeportesdeotoñoenCAKC!
FormasdeVoleibolyBasquetbolseránenviadaspronto.LasligasdeVoleiboliniciaránla
3erasemanadeseptiembreparaniñasde5to,6to,7moy8vo.LasligasdeBasquetbol
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alimenticiosmassaludables.
¡Nuestrarecaudacióndefondosanualseráelpróximo10de
noviembre!Esteeventoseránuestracolectamasgrandedelaño.Nos
brindalaoportunidaddeorganizareventoscomoexcursiones,
desarrollóprofesionaldemaestros,nuestroprogramadespuésde
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esteeventoatravésdepatrocinios,boletos,subastasyrifas.Nuestro comité,formadomayormenteporpadres,estápuliendolosdetalles. SoñandoGRANDEenKansasCity
¿QUIEREAYUDAR?
Elcomiteestájuntandotarjetasderegalo,boletosdeeventosymasparalasubasta.Seesperatenertodoslosobjetosantesdel
15deoctubre.Siustedosutrabajodeseandonaralgúnobjetooboletos,porfavormandeuncorreoa:
[email protected]tivosoculturalesytarjetasderegalo.
¡MANTENGASEINFORMADOPARALAVENTADEBOLETOS!
NOSDARÁGUSTOVERLOENNUESTROEVENTOSOÑANDOENGRANDEDECAKCYQUALITYHILL!
RECURSOPARAPADRES:Preguntasyrespuestas,normasdecalificaciones
¿Quesonlasnormasdecalificación?
Lasnormasdecalificaciónmideneldominiodeaprendizajeoquetanbienentiendenelmaterialenclaselosalumnos.
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sobrelosconocimientosdelalumno.
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desushijos.
Lunch
September 2016
Turkey Corn Dog served
with Baked Beans
Pineapple Tidbits
Milk
1
10
Hamburger served on a
Whole Wheat Bun with
French fries
Seasoned Carrots
6
Banana
Milk
Orange Chicken served
over Brown Rice
Seasoned Peas
Mandarin Oranges
12
Milk
Cheese Pizza
Fresh Mixed Salad
Watermelon
Milk
Beef & Bean Burrito
Pears
Fiesta Corn
Chicken Salad served on
Whole Wheat Bread
Steamed Broccoli and
Cauliflower
20
Tropical Fruit
Milk
19
13
Milk
Beef Nachos
Fiesta Corn
Pears
Milk
26
Chicken Patty served on
a Whole Wheat Bun
with Tater Tots
Sliced Oranges
27
Peas & Corn
Milk
Teriyaki Chicken served
over Brown Rice
Steamed Broccoli
Fresh Fruit
Milk
2
Whole Wheat Penne
served with Marinara
Meat Sauce and a Garlic
Breadstick
Peas & Carrots
7
Tropical Fruit
Milk
Nacho Burger served on
a Whole Wheat Bun
Refried Beans
Pineapple Tidbits
14
Milk
BBQ Chicken served
on a Whole Wheat Bun
with Farmers Potato
Spinach Salad
Apple
8
Milk
Vegetarian Lasagna
Garlic Breadstick
Spinach salad
Peaches
15
Milk
Sloppy Joe served on a
Whole Wheat Bun
Sliced carrots
Apple
21
Milk
Chicken Nuggets served
with Baked French Fries
Peas & Corn
Milk
Spaghetti and Meatballs
Green Salad served with
Ranch Dressing
Peaches
28
Milk
Teriyaki Chicken served
over Brown Rice
Turkey Corn Dog served
with Baked Beans
Steamed Broccoli
Pineapple Tidbits
Milk
Fresh Fruit Salad
Milk
22
29
Southwest Chicken
Salad served over
Spanish Rice and Fiesta
Corn
Romaine Salad
9
Apple Sauce
Milk
Turkey Dog served with
Tater Tots
Green Veggie Salad
served with Ranch
Dressing
16
Apple
MilkSticks
Fish
Baked Tater Tots
Pears
Milk
23
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When Your Child is
Bullied...
page 3
Empathy in a
Digital World
page 4
Digital Diligence
page 5
for Parents & Adult Family Members
When Your Child Is Bullied...
Penny Bisignano, State Coordinator for Olweus Bullying Prevention Programming in Iowa
Supporting Your Child/Youth
Bullying can be very difficult for children/youth to report. When they tell you:
•Listen, take it seriously, and be supportive. They need your help.
•Don’t say, “Just ignore it.” Kids who’ve been bullied did that a long time ago!
•Don’t ask, “What are you doing to cause this?” Don’t blame them.
•Get the details so you can present information to the school for the inquiry/investigation
(see 1,2,3 below).
•Let them know it is not their fault! Bullying is about POWER. Kids who bully have power over others.
•Help your child/youth identify their strengths, special gifts and ways they can buffer this difficult time.
•Make sure your home is a safe and comforting place for your child/youth.
•REPORT & make sure the bullying stops. Don’t quit until it stops.
Continued on page 2
When Your Child Is Bullied... (con’t)
More Steps / Strategies for Reporting Bullying
•Contact the school to report what has happened.
•Request a safety plan for your child.
•You may involve the police if another child/youth has
physically assaulted your child or is seriously threatening
him or her with bodily injury.
•Ask how the event(s) will be investigated. Request
communication about the progress and results of the
investigation.
•If the bullying was about age, race, color, national
origin, disability, religion or sex, it may be discriminatory.
You may decide to contact your state Civil Rights
Commission and/or the Federal Office of Civil Rights.
•If the bullying issues are not resolved, you may contact
your local superintendent of schools, your school board
or the state department of education bullying prevention
specialist. At any point in this process you may decide to
contact an attorney.
Strategies for Reporting Bullying to Schools
Keep a detailed diary of what has happened to your
child. Make sure you have more than one copy of
this documentation. The diary should describe:
1.What happened –
who is bullying, what kind of bullying, when
and frequency, where it happened.
2.How target is affected –
physical, emotional/mental health,
attendance, interference with schoolwork,
interference with school events, and other
things in their life harmed/affected.
3.Other details –
like…it happened last year, started again,
couldn’t tell until now, online/phone as well,
neighborhood issues etc.
What Should NOT Happen When Your Child/Youth
Reports Being Bullied!
•They should NOT be made to feel responsible for the
bullying.
•They should NOT be made to feel that they should take
care of it themselves.
•They should NOT be asked to meet with their aggressors
“to work it out.”
•They should NOT be asked to change their schedule/
plans because of bullying.
Resources/References
• Cartoon Network – Stop Bullying Speak Up – Parent Tip Sheet
• For Schools – What NOT To Do When Bullying Occurs – stopbullying.gov
• Why kids don’t report bullying – Committee for Children
Developed by Penny Bisignano – [email protected]
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5 Ways to Nurture Empathy in a Digital-Driven World
Dr. Michele Borba, Parenting Expert
In 1966, Newsweek released the first part of their landmark
cover story, “The Teen-Agers: A Newsweek Survey of What
They’re Really Like,” investigating everything from politics and
pop culture to teens’ views of their parents, their future and the
world. This week Newsweek released a fifty-year follow up study
called “The State of the American Teenager in Numbers: 1966
vs Now.” They set out to discover what’s changed and what’s
remained the same for the teen set. Perhaps most fascinating
was the seismic shift in “teen gadget ownership.” The gadget
categories show just how monumental the change in technology
has been for our children. I just pulled a few differences:
Teen Gadget Ownership in 1966
Records: Boys 75% Girls 90%
Transistor Radio Boys 75% Girls 72%
Encyclopedia: Boys 64% Girls 60%
Hair Dryer: Boys: 0% Girls 65%
Teen Gadget Ownership in 2015
Smartphone: Boys 73% Girls 78%
Computer: Boys 55% Girls 78%
Bike: Boys 61% Girls 49%
Tablet: Boys 48% Girls 51%
Reality Check: Childhoods have changed and technology is
clearly a part of our children’s lives. But sometimes we miss the
big picture: how much our kids are plugging in and (even more
important) potentially plugging out of real life. A recent report
found that one third of infants are now using Smartphones and/
or Tablets. And the average kid is plugged into digital devices
longer than a typical school day and (in most cases), longer than
he or she sleeps.
But something more is at stake: our children’s empathy and
emotional intelligence. As I researched and wrote, UnSelfie:
Why Empathetic Kids Succeed in Our All-About-Me World I was
struck by staggering statistics that show a forty percent drop in
our children’s empathy levels within the last thirty years. And
interestingly the biggest dip happened around the year 2000–
about the same time computers, tablets, smartphones, and all
the rest became central in our children’s lives. Yes, technology is
taking giant leaps forward in so many ways as a society, but let’s
remember that the cornerstone of humanity is empathy. Empathy
is the seeds of compassion, courage, collaboration and all those
traits that help our children grow to be good people. The most
effective way for our children to learn empathy is always face to
face. You don’t learn empathy facing screens.
Last week I spoke to parents at Willows Schools at the invitation
of Common Sense Media discuss the empathy and technology
connection. I offered several parenting tips as to how to nurture
children’s empathy especially in today’s plugged-in, digital driven
world. I’ve included five evening favorites.
Best empathy-building practices are always real and meaningful
to children. (Hint: They’re usually unplanned and don’t cost
a dime). Take advantage of those spontaneous moments with
your children! Here are five ideas to keep our children’s empathy
open from UnSelfie.
Be an emotion coach
Find natural moments to connect face to face to listen, and
then validate your child’s feelings and boost emotional literacy.
The face is the best tool for developing emotional literacy.
Talk feelings
Kids need an emotion vocabulary to discuss feelings and
guidance to become emotionally literate. Point out feelings
in films, books, or real people and use more emotion words.
And just keep naturally using more feeling words in your own
vocabulary.
Set unplugged times
Take a digital reality check and stick to your rules so kids have
“face time.” Find times that are most convenient for all of your
family, and then post them as a reminder.
Use literature to nurture moral imagination
Reading literary fiction-even for short periods-nurtures empathy
and perspective taking ability like The Wednesday Surprise,
The Hundred Dresses, The Boy in the Striped Pajamas. (Refer
to Common Sense Media. Read as a family, or one on one. Or
get two copies (for you and your teen) to read alone, and then
discuss together. And always remember to ask: “How would
you feel if that happened to you?”
Ask “I wonder?”
Watch emotionally-charged films together (like Dumbo, Inside
Out, E.T.). Teach your kids to ask themselves “I wonder: what
does (Benjamin Button, Charlotte, or even Uncle Fred) think/feel/
need?” Encourage them to use same the “I wonder” question
whenever they encounter someone new like the woman in line,
child on swings, new student, man lying on the street.
Technology will continue to advance.
Let’s just make sure that our children’s
empathy levels do as well.
Michele Borba, Ph.D.’s new book, UNSELFIE: Why Empathetic Kids Succeed in Our All-About-Me World is in print June 2016. I’ve spent the last five years researching and writing this book as well as literally flying around the world to find the best ways we can activate our children’s hearts. My goal is to create a conversation that makes us rethink our view of success as exclusively grades, rank and score and includes traits of humanity! It’s filled with common-sense solutions
based on the latest science to help us raise compassionate, caring, courageous kids. It’s time to include “empathy” in our parenting and teaching!
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Digital Diligence
Kim Kiritschenko, School Resource Officer, Brownsburg ISD in Indiana
Just when we thought our kids were old enough where we no longer had to watch their every move on the playground
or at the park, we now have to watch them online. It can be an overwhelming task to monitor their online world where
approximately 500 new apps are released every day. How do we know which ones are most popular and which ones
they are using? Below, I have comprised a Cliff Note’s version of some of the apps that are the most commonly used as
well as ones that are most concerning for parents and law enforcement.
Instagram
Snapchat
Twitter
KIK
Most popular overall. Users post pictures and followers can leave comments as well as tag friends in photos.
Parents should frequently check to see what their child is posting but should also be aware of who their child
is following. Some users will offer up narcotics and request that their followers “DM” for more info. Instagram
allows “DM” or Direct Messaging between users as well as group messages. Most bullying and drama occurs
over DM. Common to see “Exposing” accounts where X rated photos are posted and the person who is in the
photo will be named in the comments. These fake accounts are usually only active for a day or two however they
gain followers very quickly and can do severe reputation damage.
More than just funny filters, overlays and face swaps. Kids love the ability to have fun with selfies and pics with
their friends but pay attention to the Snapchat Stories feature. Think of Instagram but with videos. As a School
Resource Officer I have seen Snapchat stories that range from videos of kids simply dancing and having fun
to smoking marijuana. If you want to get an inside look in to what your child’s friends are doing…watch some
Snapchat stories that appear on their timeline.
Still popular with high school age kids and tends to host its share of drama. Familiarize yourself with what a
Subtweet is (a post that refers to someone else without directly mentioning them) and Twitter Beef (an argument
played out on Twitter). Direct messaging allows for side conversations and Twitter does have its share of “Roast
Accounts” where an anonymous user sets up an account to insult another person or group. Keep an eye out for
local “Confession” accounts as well where students will post about illegal activity, rumors, crushes, teachers and
more.
Definitely the most concerning app due to the large amount of fake profiles, child exploitation and the ability for
users to start up conversations with people they have never met. KIK users have reported receiving automated
spam bot messages containing explicit images as well as unwanted requests from strangers requesting
pornographic photos. Parents need to closely monitor this app if their child has it. When a child reports being
solicited online by a stranger, many times their initial contact can be traced back to meeting on KIK.
Social Media is like driving on a busy highway...some people are just simply better drivers than others. Some drivers
are more patient, cautious, polite and safe while others don’t care who they put in danger in order to get where they
are going. The bottom line is that it is up to us as adults to teach our kids the rules of the road online.
Join IBPA for just $25 to support the work being done to reduce bullying and have access to additional resources
and connect with others in your region that are dedicated to bullying prevention. www.ibpaworld.org
This newsletter is published by the International Bullying Prevention Association.
IBPA | PO Box 99217 | Troy, MI 48099 | 800-929-0397 | [email protected]
Copyright © 2016. All rights reserved.
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