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Local Professional Development Committee Meeting Dates

Local Professional Development Committee Meeting Dates

Meetings start at 4:00 PM and are conducted over a conference call for all K8 Schools in the Cambridge Education Group Consortium.

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  • August 1 - New Teacher PD: (CLE); 11 (CIN); 15 (CBUS/SFLD); 21 (AKR);
  • September 7
  • October 5
  • November 2
  • December 7
  • January 4
  • February 1
  • March 1
  • April 5
  • May 3
  • June 7
  • July 5
  • August 1

Additional meetings may be called as deemed necessary by the Chair of the Committee. Questions and comments should be directed to Maureen Businger, Chair of Cambridge LPDC, at maureen.businger@cambrudgegrp.org.

Board Meeting Notice

Please note that the West Preparatory Academy Board of Directors next meeting is scheduled for:

October 30, 2017
5:30 PM

And will be located at:
The Warrensville Heights Library
5130 Warrensville Rd.
Maple Hts. OH 44137

Kindergarten Readiness

The Kindergarten Readiness two week program ended last week. Students had a chance to learn and reinforce letter recognition in a challenging way. Students were able to compare the letters they had in their name and their partners name, and sort them out using a venn diagram. Students also went on word and letter hunts using magazines which also helped them practice their cutting skills. 

Board Meeting Notice

Please note that the West Preparatory Academy Board of Directors will not be meeting in August. The next meeting is scheduled for:

September 25, 2017
5:30 PM

And will be located at:
The Warrensville Heights Library
5130 Warrensville Rd.
Maple Hts. OH 44137

This will be the Annual Meeting for the 2017-2018 School Year.

Summer School Recap

West Preparatory Academy concluded our summer school session on June 30th. Our teachers explicitly utilized the new Next-Generation Reports available on the NWEA website to view individual student profiles to inform instruction. This allowed us to differentiate to the individual student as a means to encourage growth in their struggling areas of content. Inventive teaching strategies and activities were incorporated to achieve 100% student engagement. Our scholars worked very diligently and deserved some recognition.

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