In the fast-growing community, administrators, teachers, parents, and patrons have demonstrated the importance of working together in a crisis.
The pilot involves screening next year’s kindergartners when they register for school this spring to assess the child’s age-appropriate, early-learning skill level.
It’s a concept based on the idea that students learn best when their physical and emotional needs are met.
We had a chance to visit with four stellar seniors who shared their Service Learning projects and trips.
Superintendent Mary Ann Ranells calls her administrative team “our wonderful learning leaders” and that was certainly evident in our conversations with this dynamic group.
It seems inappropriate, or at least unfair, to compare a charter school’s outcomes with a school district’s outcome.
Here were some of the successful strategies they identified.
Contributing to their student-centered approach, this Mountain Home school provides daycare for its teen parents.
This bright spot in teaching and learning has improved test scores and graduation rates.
These bright spots in teaching and learning provide wrap-around services for students and families.