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Communication Operations Time Space Curriculum
100
Who is the Admissions Director?
Often the “first” communicator, this person receives compliments on the friendliness, positive interactions and best practices observed.
100
What is MCPS?
Auburn eyes are smiling when this school district gets a snow day.
100
What is drop-off or pick-up?
During this time of day, you can catch a parent on the fly to share a positive anecdote.
100
What is Jill's office?
This space is often empty, but always available and sometimes you can find a "head" here.
100
What is FOSS?
This curriculum resource provides many experiential and experimental learning opportunities.
200
Who is the Office Manager?
Extra! Extra! Read all about it…this person is responsible for communicating the daily headlines.
200
What is the supply cabinet?
Paper, pens and paperclips oh my! If this becomes empty, it's Ms. E you must notify.
200
What is 8 am?
This is the time we must always arrive...so we are prepared for any little surprise.
200
What is Ms. E's office?
This is where we go when we need help with our computers, using Auburn forms and ordering supplies.
200
What is Great Books?
This curriculum resource focuses on shared inquiry, comprehension and conversation.
300
What is Facebook?
This form of pictorial communication allows us to document and share project-based learning, field experiences and friendships with the extended Auburn community.
300
What is the Z-drive?
This is where we store photos, curriculum maps, and administrative forms to be accessed by all.
300
What is professional development (Wednesday afternoons)?
This is the time that helps students progress, even though it is only teachers present.
300
What is the art and music room?
This new room inspires students to create and relate.
300
What is the transdisciplinary approach?
This curriculum development approach involves assessments, interventions, and evaluations to be carried out jointly by designated members of the team.
400
What is the Student Compass?
This form of communication “guides” the interdisciplinary team.
400
What is the Auburn dress code?
This policy ensures we "appear" professional with knee-length skirt requirements, shirts with sleeves and jeans only on Friday.
400
What is the speaker series?
This is the time to learn the how, why and what to do from professionals in the community.
400
What is the playground/outdoors?
The sky is the limits for learning and creativity in this space.
400
What are the common core standards?
These objectives provide a consistent, clear understanding of what students are expected to learn.
500
What is
Step 1: Thinking about others and what they are thinking about us
Step 2: Establishing a physical presence
Step 3: "Thinking with our eyes"
Step 4: Using language to relate to others
The four steps of communication as defined by the Social Thinking curriculum.
500
What is the medication policy?
This procedure requires confidentiality, privacy and daily record keeping.
500
What is 1440 hours?
The amount of hours spent with our Auburn family each year.
500
What are the bulletin boards?
These are living documents of the life of the school, and are so valuable to all of our visitors as they learn about The Auburn School, as well as a way to engender a sense of pride among the students and parents.
500
What is the UbD unit map?
This curriculum tool helps us thoughtfully plan for understanding, transfer, integration and a transdisciplinary approach.






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