The SHS Biology Club is collaborating with the Red Cross to host a blood drive on March 2, 2016 at the Panzer Fitness Center from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM. - Read More...
The Stuttgart High School chapter of the National Honor Society (NHS) is accepting Candidate Forms from current sophomores and juniors until 19 February 2016. Students must have a 3.5 or higher GPA. - Read More...
It is official! Stuttgart HS Yearbook has been named Zeitgeist 2016. Order yours today at www.jostens.com. - Read More...
The 2015-16 Winter Sports Season officially opens the weekend of 7 December 2015 and concludes with European championships 27 February 2015. - Read More...
To prepare all students to make responsible decisions (Choose It), take ownership (Own It) of their learning, communicate (Say It) effectively, and be productive (Do It ) citizens of a diverse society.
Goal 1: By 2017, all students will increase performance on targeted, fundamental math skills by 5% as measured by PSAT, TerraNova, and local assessments.
Strategy 1: (Common Strategy) Implement daily exposure to both the review and development of basic math skills
Strategy 2:Utilize and develop basic math skills within the context of assigned homework problems
Activity 1: Inclusion of basic math skills in class exercises
Activity 2: Inclusion of basic math skills in "warm-up" exercises
Goal 2: By 2017, all students will increase vocabulary comprehension by 3% as measured by LAN testing, PSAT, TerraNova, and local assessments.
Strategy 1: (Common) Emphasize higher vocabulary comprehension across the curriculum
Strategy 2: Target and emphasize vocabulary in student reading
Goal 3: By 2017, all students will improve supporting a thesis with evidence by 10% as measured by TerraNova, PSAT, US History Course test, and local assessments.
Activity 1: Utilize vocabulary charts to support studies in literature
Activity 2: Use vocabulary "quizlets" to check for comprehension and practice skills
Strategy 1: (Common) Emphasize thesis writing across the curriculum
Strategy 2: Focus on categorizing evidence using "PERSIA"
Goal 4: By 2017, all students will improve science organization by 5% as measured by TerraNova and local assessments.Activity 1: Show examples of thesis writingActivity 2: Conduct peer reviews of thesis warm-up activities, such as a quick-write on thesis statements
Strategy 1: (Common) Utilize Cornell Notes, Mapping, and Venn diagrams to organize information.Strategy 2: Formal lab write-ups using a rubric; informal questions after labs have been completed (i.e. conclusion and discussion)
Goal 5: By 2017, all students will improve their academic achievement through individual involvement in scholastic and non-scholastic activities as measured by grade point averages, numbers of students involved in activities, and local assessments.Activity 1: Include experimental vocabulary while instructing and/or labs, i.e., control, independent and dependent, quantitative and qualitative dataActivity 2: Constructing and analyzing graphs and tables, lab write-ups and experiments
Strategy 1: (Common) Inform students of opportunities for extra-curricular activitiesStrategy 2: (Common) Identify and share with students skills for leadership
Activity 1: Use the Panther Daily News to inform students of clubs activities, and organizationsActivity 2: Use the Student-2-Student (S2S) tables for all studentsActivity 3: Involve more students in the CareFair
The Stuttgart HS Biology Club is collaborating with the Red Cross to host a blood drive on March 2, 2016, at the Panzer Fitness Center from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Read More...
Oh, the weather outside is frightful, but getting revenge is so delightful. A day after losing a heartbreaker in the final moments, the Hohenfels Tigers got a little yuletide payback Saturday, knocking off the Stuttgart Panthers, 44-36. Read More...
Stuttgart’s legion of super sophomores was too much Saturday for rivals Kaiserslautern, Wiesbaden and Baumholder at an all-German marksmanship meet, the first of the 2015-16 season. Read More...
The Stuttgart Panthers took over DODDS-Europe Division I athletics in the fall, claiming the school’s first-ever championships on both the gridiron and the volleyball courts. But the marksmanship ranges and wrestling mats of winter... Read More...
The contributions Janey Greenberg makes in a volleyball match aren’t always obvious to the average fan. But the results couldn’t be any clearer. Read More...
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