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LOG A: INTERNSHIP

(Thoroughly describe your activity, utilize action verbs as a means to
display the level of engagement and the role you played.)

Subtotal

Hours

INTERNSHIP Activities

Instructor: Rasmussen

EDL Outcome

Date

Name: Doug Van Pelt

4/7

Met with Mr. Ron Hester, Assistant Principal at Grand Island
Senior high to discuss summer school internship

S, O

1.0

1.0

5/16

Met with CCHS Principal Shawn McDiffett to discuss
internship activities – idea for creation of summer school
program

S, O

1.0

2.0

5/26

Research information for summer programs at area schools

S, C/P

2.0

4.0

6/2

GIPS summer school – check-in, phone calls, observation

I, C/P

4.5

8.5

6/3

Met with CCHS Principal and counselor Mrs. Deb Anderson to
obtain demographic information for summer school proposal

S, O

1.0

9.5

6/4

GIPS summer school – check-in, set-up new students, enter
attendance data

I, C/P

4.5

14.0

6/6

NASB School Law seminar – Kearney – discussed key school
issues such as 504 plans; attendance and truancy issues;
admin evaluations; and legislative updates

S, C/P

8.0

22.0

6/7

Researched and worked on developing proposal for new CCHS
Summer School initiative

S, C/P

2.0

24.0

6/10

GISH – Worked with Mrs. Cindy Wells, GISH assistant
principal; inputting class schedules

S, O

9.0

33.0

6/11

GISH – worked with Mrs. Wells on student scheduling

S, O

4.5

37.5

6/12

GIPS summer school – check-in, general supervision, resolve
cheating issue

I, C/P

5.0

42.5

6/13

Met with CCHS Activities Director Justin Anderson to
discuss budget – historical numbers and projected costs;
planned projects and other issues

S, O,
C/P

2.0

44.5

6/14 –
6/15

Worked on developing proposal for new CCHS Summer School
initiative

S, C/P

4.0

48.5

6/16

Attended CCPs school board meeting – discussion topics
included future of technology within the district; updates on
acquisition of new social studies materials; discussion of
resignation of district superintendent

S, C/P

1.5

50.0

6/19

GISH – worked with Mrs. Wells on scheduling

S, O

6.0

56.0

6/20

Travelled with Central City Chamber of Commerce (ECAP) to
help with clean-up efforts in Pilger, NE

C/P

9.0

65.0

6/23

GIPS summer school – check-in, general supervision,

I, C/P

4.5

69.5

6/23

GISH – worked with Mrs. Wells on scheduling

S, O

4.0

73.5

6/26

Met with CCMS Principal Darron Arlt to discuss budget
summer school ideas

S, O,
C/P

2.0

75.5

TOTAL HOURS

75.5

LOG B: DIVERSITY
Name: Doug Van Pelt
Organization/Location:

Instructor: Rasmussen
Grand Island Public Schools

Mission:  “Every Student, Every Day, a Success”

- Within the School District of Grand Island, every
student will be taught to read, write, and communicate effectively; solve problems; acquire and apply
knowledge; and demonstrate mastery through performance to the best of the student's abilities; every

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Activities
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engagement and the role you played.)

Hours

Date

student will be treated with fairness and dignity; every student will experience a sense of belonging,
contribution, and success; and every student will develop responsibility and show respect for others as
well as oneself.
In educating students, we teach hearts as well as minds.

6/19/2014

Multicultural Coalition – attended monthly board meeting as a guest of
Amanda Levos. Discussion topics include:

1.5

1.5

6/26/2014

GIPS Welcome Center – visited with Joanne Garrison regarding the
purpose of the new resident center. Topics discussed included:

2.0

3.5

Organization/Location:

ESU7 in Columbus, Nebraska

Mission:

6/24

ESU7 Migrant Education program - Attended a workshop providing
insight into the educational system in Mexico

Organization/Location:

7.0

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Activities
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engagement and the role you played.)

Hours

Date

‘The mission of Educational Service Unit 7 is to provide leadership and services supporting the
improvement of learning and teaching.’

10.5

Grand Island Public Schools Success Academy

Mission: ‘Success Academy is a place of knowledge, tolerance, respect and understanding. We welcome the people
who want to be here and invite them to share in our unique learning community. We offer innovative, non-traditional
approaches for learners, which aids in achieving academic and long-term success.’

GIPS summer school – sat in on the direct instruction ELL classes –
English followed by general math

4.5

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Hours

Date
6/9/2014

Activities
(Thoroughly describe your activity, utilize action verbs as a means to display the level of
engagement and the role you played.)

15.0