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William V. Husfelt III,
District 1 includes Bay Haven Charter Academy, Hiland Park Elementary School, Lynn Haven Elementary School, A. Crawford Mosley High School, Mowat Middle School, New Horizons Learning Center and Tom P. Haney Technical Center.
District 2 includes Bay High School, Callaway Elementary School, Chautauqua Learn & Serve Charter School, Merriam Cherry Street Elementary School, Jinks Middle School, Margaret K. Lewis School in Millville, Parker Elementary School and Tyndall Elementary School.
Joe Wayne Walker,
District 3 includes, C. C. Washington Academy, Cedar Grove Elementary School, Everitt Middle School, Lucille Moore Elementary School, Northside Elementary School, Oakland Terrace School for the Visual & Performing Arts, Oscar Patterson Elementary Magnet School, Rosenwald High School, Rutherford High School, Springfield Elementary School and St. Andrew School.
District 4 includes Deane Bozeman School, Deer Point Elementary School, Merritt Brown Middle School, Southport Elementary School, Tommy Smith Elementary School and Waller Elementary School.
District 5 includes J. R. Arnold High School, Breakfast Point Academy, Hutchison Beach Elementary School, Patronis Elementary School and Surfside Middle School.
Negotiations will continue Wednesday, Oct. 18th 4:00pm at the Nelson Building. It’s time for teachers to show up and voice their objection to this offer.
It’s time. We need YOU at 4pm on Oct 18 at the Nelson Building. It’s time to negotiate salary.
Good news! NEA’s next webinar for First Year Educators is set for October 16th at 7pm EST. This will help us support new educators who completed New Ed cards AND increase our member recruitment in the SE Region! A sample email for the webinar is provided below. 443 participants joined the last webinar, and with your help, we can break the 500 participant barrier.
Please share this email with UniServ Directors, IPD staff and members who can help get the word out. Emails could be shared widely with members and staff who support early career educators.
Hope this is helpful,
Subject Line: How to Have a Successful First Year in the Classroom
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Join our webinar for resources and advice for master educators on how to have a successful first year in the classroom.
Our panel of professional practice leaders will share lessons learned about managing classrooms, identifying instructional, local, and community resources, and balancing professional expectations with the realities of life.
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That’s what education expert Linda Darling-Hammond asks and answers in this post about the teacher shortage in many parts of the United States — and what can be done to finally end it.
While teacher shortages are not new, they are getting worse in many parts of the country. A report by the nonprofit Learning Policy Institute found that teacher education enrollment dropped from 691,000 to 451,000, a 35 percent reduction, between 2009 and 2014 — and nearly 8 percent of the teaching workforce is leaving every year, the majority before retirement age.
Welcome to the 2017-2018 school year! We’ve been working for you all summer long and can’t wait to get started sharing our good news!!
We have held two Executive Board work days over the summer to organize for the coming year. Our priorities for this year will be increasing our membership and increasing our communications with you, our members! We heard from membership during our Spring Survey that you wanted more information, but not necessarily frequent emails, so we will be working to place more of our communications on the website, rather than sending emails. A more detailed account of what we’ve accomplished is also at abceteach.org
We have already held one Meet and Greet for the new year at Bennigan’s in the Panama City Mall, and more member events are on the calendar located on our website. Go check us out at abceteach.org and click on the Calendar tab.
Our next Association Representative meeting will be September 12th, at the District Media Center at 4pm. We will feature an FEA training on the Four Pillars of Organization for our newly elected 2017-18 ARs.