Die Fördervereine am Schuldorf

Die Fördervereine unterstützen Aktivitäten und Anschaffungen am Schuldorf in vielfältiger Weise. Alle Mittel werden ausschließlich zum Nutzen der Schüler verwendet. Deshalb unterstützen Sie bitte die Arbeit der Fördervereine – durch Mitgliedschaft mit festen Monatsbeiträgen, einmaligen Geld- und Sachspenden u.a. – auch kleine Gaben sind willkommen! Bitte wenden Sie sich mit Ihrer Initiative direkt an den jeweiligen Förderverein:

FöV Schulkindbetreuung

Vorstand: Antje Steidele, Pasqualina Veneri
Kontakt: 06257-942775 / SchuKiBe_Jugenheim@gmx.de

FöV Grundschule

Vorstand: Scott Bailey, Heidi Buschei
 Email: vorstand@fgsb.de 

Der Förderverein stellt sich hier vor. 

FöV Gesamtschule/weiterführende Schulzweige Gym/HRFö Jg. 5 - 12

Vorstand: Ellena de la Mar, Daniela Büchler, Marion Buskase (Schatzmeisterin)

Beisitzer: Ursula Schneider, Andrea Unverzagt, Karsten Masch

Weitere Informationen und Kontakte auf unserer Homepage: https://foev-schuldorf.org/ 

FöV Internat. Schule und Preschool, Trägerverein SBS Ganztag

Vorstand: Klaus Jürgen Hoffie, Christel Fleischmann
n.zoch@schulen.ladadi.de oder i.mallon@schulen.ladadi.de 

Die Schulleitung am Schuldorf Bergstraße

Schulleiterin

Stellvertretender Schulleiter

Leitung Grundschulzweig

Leitung SISS Primary

Leitung SISS Secondary

IB Koordinator

Leitung verb. HR-Zweig

Leitung Gymnasialzweig I 

Leitung Gymnasialzweig II

Leitung Fachbereich I

Leitung Fachbereich II

Leitung Fachbereich III

Leitende Koordination Ganztag

Europaschulkoordinator

 

 

 

Oberstudiendirektorin Christina Martini-Appel

Direktor Reimund Krönert

Rektor Heiko Baum

Rektorin Uta Wetterich

Oberstudienrat Thomas Szartowicz

Oberstudienrat Wolfgang Scheuerpflug

Rektor Thomas Platte

Studienrätin Alexandra Baum

Studiendirektorin Sigrid Sommer

Studiendirektorin Katja Lang

Studiendirektorin Uschi Schell

N.N.

Oberstudienrat Joachim Nagel

Oberstudienrat Martin Ortmann

 

 

 

Mit zusätzlichen Schulleitungsaufgaben betraut sind

Curriculum Manager SISS Secondary

IGCSE Koordinatorin

Europaschulkoordinatorin

Leiter/in Pädagogischer Ausschuss

 

 

Rupert Toogood

Studienrätin Noreen Nasar

Oberstudienrätin Anne-Katrin Kolb

Studienrat Tom Kittner

 

 

Sekretariate

Gesamtschulleitung

Grundschulzweig

SISS Primary (1-4)

SISS Secondary (5-12)

HR–Zweig (5-10)

Gymnasialzweig (5-9)

Gymnasiale Oberstufe E1-Q4

Frau Brüel

Frau Kuntze

Frau Baldauf

Frau Kienzle

Frau Wolf

Frau Wolf

Frau Schumacher

06257-9703 15

06257-9703 40

06257-9703 50

06257-9703 600

06257-9703 30

06257-9703 30

06257-9703 20

 

The Parents' Evening

The Parents' Evening

The parent representatives invite their class parents to the Parents' Evening. The evening can be held whenever necessary, but at least once per term (Hessian Schools Act § 107 para. 2). All parents are invited (including the parents of full aged pupils). The class teacher typically joins the evening as well. In agreement with the parents, other people may be invited (e.g., students, subject teachers, or administration). Parent evenings should be carefully prepared and organized in advance.

Meeting

If no date was selected at the previous parents' evening, the school parent council can select a date. The date should be coordinated with the class teacher and possibly with administration. One should pay particular attention that no other event that may discourage parents from participating coincides on the same evening (i.e., local celebrations, football games, etc.).

Agenda

The evening’s agenda should be communicated to the parents in the invitation. If topics were not already chosen at the previous parents’ evening, then discussions with the class teacher or other parents can provide a source of topics of interest. Sometimes it can also be useful to invite a key school member to speak on certain school-related issues.

Schedule

Although it is difficult to estimate the duration of a presentation, a report, or the discussion of a specific topic, an exact time for the individual agenda items should always be placed. The time for reports or presentations should be as short as possible, while generous time for discussion should be allowed. It is also advisable not to present a parents’ evening as an "open-end" event, but rather to agree at the beginning of the meeting on an end time that is acceptable to all, especially for working parents.

Invitation

The invitation to the parents' evening should be sent at least ten days prior to the evening. The invitation is generally distributed at school to the children to be delivered to parents. Even if everything has been agreed upon with the class teacher, he/she should also receive a written invitation. The invitation should include the date, location and agenda.

The Seating Arrangement

If the classroom tables and chairs are in rows behind each other, then they should be arranged in either a circular, rectangular or horseshoe shape, preferably at the beginning of the evening. To ensure that all parents know who is speaking at any time, it is recommended that name cards on a large folded paper be placed on the table before each attendee. A parents' meeting can also take place outside the school. Problems with the seating arrangement will then probably not be an issue.

Attendance Register and Log

After greeting the parents, the representatives circulate an attendance list and present the agenda. Any requested changes to the agenda must be voted on in order to make the amendment. The minutes of the evening should be taken to record important information and agreements. This should be done by a parent since the parent representative is responsible for leading the evening.

Moderator

One of the parent representatives shall serve as the meeting moderator. He/she should focus on two main points: first, to ensure that the time for each topic is evenly distributed. The class teacher should not be expected to be the main speaker. Secondly, each of the agenda items should be covered. This requires the representative to encourage discussion on each point, and likewise, prevent anyone from lingering on a point too long.

Decision

The most important issues and decisions arising from the parents’ evening shall be recorded in the minutes.

Closing Remarks

The closing remarks should be made by the parent representatives. They should summarize the results and, when possible, agree on the date for the next parents evening with those in attendance.

Follow-Up

Distribution of the meeting minutes, as well as follow-up on any decisions/action items should be done.

 

 

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