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Why am I teaching it? Anlocunlearning resources mognioitnoar li Smtpuldeemnet nStuactcioens so Pf ltahne edv on wtuedl-bneti ancgh aienvde imtse rnetla. tionshipad f ateding to School LearningR piusritpso asned o cf osunvpeprosrattiinogn psr fionrc tiphael s to s eCommunities so decision-making aned make adjustments as need3. How do you know? 3. How will I teach it? is a sha .in ntasfiimnsptrrouvctiniogn satlu ldeaendte arsc hinie sveerment vice4. How can you improve? 4. How will I know if students Principarle ad endn thdee Laevaodr o Lef tharne singc hToeaomlac sheiervveicme eonf tim anpdro wveinlg-b setuindge. o -being.and wel5. Where do you go for help? have learned it or not?5. What is next if this works?If it doesnt work? Where do I go for help? RSSP LEAD TEAM SYSTEM LEADERSHIP & SUPPORTS1 Lyn Sharratt, CLARITY: What matters MOST in Learning, Teaching and Leading (1st ed.). (California: Corwin, 2018), 59. 2 Sharratt, CLARITY, 61.HRCEs Regional Student Success Plan How will HRCE work collaboratively to ensure that all students are successful?HRCEsfirstRegionalStudentSuccessCollaborativeprofessionalismisaOnNovember13,HRCEprincipalswill Plan (RSSP) is ready to launch. Its a strongcornerstonetothesuccessoftheRSSP.come together to engage with the plan and and cohesive strategy that will guide ourOurrolesareinterconnectedwhenitto determine how to effectively implement system to improve student achievement incomes to creating conditions for studentit at the school level. mathematics, literacy and well-being.success.Literacy Starts at HomeHow is Nelson Whynder Elementary involving families in student learning? At the schools recent curriculum night, staff at Nelson Whynder Elementary presented every family with a bag of books to take home. The purpose is to support reading as a family. Each of the 10 books is reflective of the school community. Some of the books are about or written by members of the community. ThankstotheDepartmentofEducationandEarlyChildhoodDevelopment(EECD)for supporting the schools reading program.Why?Awesome resources matter!4 REGIONAL EXECUTIVE DIRECTORS REPORT | OCTOBER 2019'