The East Irondequoit Central School District is a small district with around three thousand students. Eastridge has around one thousand of those students in its nine through twelve building. Out of these students, fifty-one percent identify as being in poverty where, as New York defines it, “the point at which a family would have to spend more than a third of its income on food.” Because of this, many students are given free or reduced lunch. Many students also bring many household problems to school. Many students are traveling from house to house and explaining that their parents are fighting again or in jail. The spirit of these children, however, are extremely positive and they take this issues with great optimism.
The next school to present was Floyd C. Fretz Middle School by their principles Mrs. Slaven and Mrs Signor. Overall, Fretz scored an 84.5%. Looking over the information they received from the state, they concluded that the math program was doing well. Mrs. Slaved credited the students for their hard work. In addition to crediting the students, the principle said that the teachers have implemented a new program called HERE. HERE is a program where a teacher “adopts” a student and mentors them whether it is to improve academically or socially. The staff at Fretz feels the program works well with students who are at risk but does not do much for the advanced students. In class we discussed that middle school is a challenging time period for adolescence. I think the program they have implemented will help to greatly ease the challenges students face. In class we
As the principal of any school you have the increased responsibility for the compiling to the rules of the local school district as well as state and federal guideline. This becomes especially true as you undertake the challenge of serving as principal of the Elm Street Elementary School.
MILLERSBURG — A Canton man whose actions triggered an Amber Alert avoided the potential of a lengthy prison term by admitting Monday to a host of charges, absent kidnapping.
We will begin the 21st C CLC with several formal partnerships with high quality local community businesses and nonprofit organizations, including Robots and Mentors, LLC., Junior Achievement of Delaware, The Summer Collaborative, FRONTIER 21 Education Solutions, The Delaware Contemporary museum, and FLYOGI, LLC. Each of the partners will provide at least one member of their organization to sit on our Advisory Board, along with parents, students, teachers and administrators of Freire CS Wilmington. All of those partners, along with school staff, parents and students, have helped to create this vision for our 21st C CLC program, and will continue to guide the program as it grows and adds more partners and resources. The partners will meet at least quarterly each year of the program to set policy and review staffing and personnel issues, led by the Program Director. The terms of each partnership agreement are identified in detail, along with the costs associated and elements of the program provided by each, in the signed MOUs attached to this grant application. As new partners join the program, their MOUs will be submitted to the DE DoE as addenda to this application.
CPQS III: Principals demonstrate school culture and equity leadership. A: Intentional and Collaborative School Culture - Principals articulate, model and positively reinforce a clear vision and values of the school’s culture, and involve students, families and staff in creating an inclusive and welcoming climate that supports it. W. Edwars
Case Statement Quinn Adams ’99 our Director of Development together with the Enrollment Management Committee, the PTO Board, and the Financial Committee is leading the Adams Elementary School campaign. It supports the School’s development priorities about which Quinn is most passionate, including the expansion of our building to accommodate our educational ministry, the addition of a formal Science program to supplement our new textbooks, and increased tuition assistance. We request support, thank all for your continued generosity, and want you to know that all commitments made toward these priorities will help Adams Catholic Elementary School continue it’s committed to developing life-long learners to meet today’s challenges and become tomorrow’s
Many of the parents have little academic attainment of their own, and are in need of academic support for themselves and for their children. Nearly all of the students come to the school from relatively low performing inner city public schools, where quality after-school and summer programs have not been available to them. They come to Freire Wilmington generally far below their peers in the state academically, and they are in need of more academic learning hours, more enrichment opportunities, and more opportunities to develop social skills and leadership abilities outside of the regular school hours. In short- they are caught in the cycle of poverty, and need a boost for themselves and their parents in the form of positive, extended, inspiring learning opportunities beyond the relatively few hours that can be provided to them during the school day and
person who works there but other people who have the same addiction as charlotte. At the meetings charlotte can voice her concerns, tell someone if she’s struggling, it will not be uncommon for charlotte to be nervous when she attends her first meeting but once charlotte has settled in she will start to feel more comfortable in her new surroundings. Charlotte can also get help line numbers from the meetings so can speak to a professional is she feels she needs it. Narcotics anonymous is a anonymous programme and your anonymity will be held in the strictest confidence, nothing will be spoken to anyone about in your meetings or any thing else you chose discuss with a member of staff only unless you have given permission.
Although Harlingen isn’t really experiencing the same rate of retail growth as the cites around it, that’s why you don’t really see businesses in there but the growth and improvement is still there due to the fact they made the effort to make some building that benefit us such as Regional Academic Health Center medical school, the opening of Harlingen Medical Center and expansion of the Valley Baptist Health System demonstrate the city’s role in the regions health care industry is really important. They have been positioned Harlingen as the Valleys air cargo hub due to the fact they aren’t producing as much but they are looking for them to get back on track
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Welcome to Des Moines, Washington where you’ll find a mayor who says he cares about his constituent’s well-being and yet has deep ties to Alaska Airlines. A City Council Member who owns a very large construction company and said that if he was elected he would use his construction knowledge to restoring and updating Des Moines (wasn’t that nice of him). A member of the Des Moines Citizens Advisory Committee who is leasing a large crunch of Marina property for the city for a measly three hundred dollars a month. A City Manager whose frequent raises are more than some people’s paychecks, and a citizen group entitled Quiet Skies Puget Sound (QSPS)’s whose efforts to save the children on playgrounds and families in supermarket parking lots from
Crucial to the FRYSC model is an advisory council that is comprised of parents, school representatives, and community members, working together to design pro-gramming in response to local need, available resources, and a wide array of barri-ers to learning. It is this spirit of collaboration at the school, community, and state level that has solidified the foundation of Family Resource and Youth Ser-vices
Although it is important for families to be involved with their child’s school, school personnel should also strive to create a positive interaction with families of students. Carl Dunst (2002) states that school and parent collaboration is necessary, and if schools take on a more family-centered approach, it will help create a supportive environment and help to strengthen a family’s capacity to enhance and promote a child’s development and learning.
Personal Narrative My Education Public school systems need to be more sensitive to their students. Parents play the major role in determining a child’s academic outcome, but the school system needs to notice children who don’t necessarily acknowledge their gift. These children need guidance -- I believe it is the schools’ responsibility to provide it to them. I have been through a situation that makes me feel strongly about the subject. My example is an indisputable case in point.