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Saturday, February 9, 2013

Site Supervisor Conference Week 4, Part 4

The meeting with both of my site supervisors, who are my principal and director of student activities/principal, went great. Because both of them are extremely busy, we mainly communicate via email and meeting at least once a week in person for possible suggestions and questions in regards to how my project/plan is going. This past week my supervisor passed my plan along to the assistant superintendent of secondary schools of our district. She seemed to enjoy all of my ideas and gave my principal the green light and support for anything that I needed to make this happen. In addition, because I am working with our LEP students, who are majority Hispanics, my principal also introduced me to the department chair of the Spanish department who also is in charge of the Hispanic Initiatives for the campus. Hopefully with her guidance, she will be able to direct me down the right path with my action research. A date was also chosen for our first informational workshop, February 24th. I am currently working on the presentation and the logistics of the informational. It will be a very brief informational directed towards the parents of 9th and 10th graders since they are the students on the STAAR track. I am very excited to see what the action research project has in store for me.


  1. The enthusiasm and support from our chain of command makes the research more exciting I felt. They gave me the green light and wanted it implemented asap and I started this past Monday. Great on getting dates firmed up and making solid plans. Good luck with your project!

  2. Who knows...maybe all this contact up the chain of command may have a positive reward at the end of your research! Your principal obviously cares and wants you to succeed with your research, so that is great! I'm glad it went well and good luck!