Celebrating new educators at Kirby Elementary!!! Lauren Ray and Amber Thomas are enjoying the rewards of facilitating learning. Great work you two!
over 4 years ago, Tina Hobbs
Amber Thomas- 4th grade
Lauren Ray - Kindergarten
Centerpoint middle school students are captivated with The Outsiders and The Lightning Thief thanks to the efforts of their new English teachers, Kasey Dickerson and Maddison Newton!
over 4 years ago, Tina Hobbs
Ms. Newton
Mrs. Dickerson
New educators at Centerpoint Elementary are enthusiastic and engaging their students! Great start!!
over 4 years ago, Tina Hobbs
Ms. Lowry
Ms. Bright
Mrs. Kathy
Mrs. Quast
Arkadelphia High School has two new educators in the English and Science departments. Ms. Dotson and Mr. Powell are off to a fabulous beginning of the school year!
over 4 years ago, Tina Hobbs
Lauren Dotson - ELA
Russell Powell- Chemistry
Meeting Students’ Needs. Lake Hamilton and Centerpoint teachers began SIOP training today, busting language acquisition myths and examining methods for supporting English Learners in content classrooms.
over 4 years ago, Jana Catlett
Myths
Studying the components
Myth busting
Busting language acquisition myths
Lake Hamilton students and their teacher, Mrs. Kincannon, visited Saturday’s Southwest ESOL Institute to model how to plan and teach academic language and essay writing to English Learners. The girls did a great job facilitating activities and sharing their own experiences as English Learners.
over 4 years ago, Jana Catlett
Panel
LH group
Supporting a group
Southwest ESOL Institute Saturday follow up was a success! Family engagement, ELP Standards, advocacy, Intentional Planning, and student interviews filled our day with fun!
over 4 years ago, Jana Catlett
Answer garden
Welcome by Tricia
Ashley Kincannon
Planning
New educators at Gurdon High School are rocking Science and Agri! Meet Mr. Hyde and Mr. Leggett.
over 4 years ago, Tina Hobbs
Colby Leggett
Dalton Hyde
Cabe Middle School welcomes new educators, Mr. Elliott and Mr. Love. They are enthusiastic and ready to make a difference!
over 4 years ago, Tina Hobbs
Steven Love
Chris Elliott
New educators at Gurdon Elementary are off to a fabulous school year!
over 4 years ago, Tina Hobbs
Alyssa Blanton- 3rd grade
Brittany Rios
Elizabeth Berry
Systematic ELD: Unpacking materials for English Language Development today! The first Dawson consortium begins NOW! #AREnglishLearners #ELAchieve 🍃
over 4 years ago, Jana Catlett
Benton boxes!!
Materials
Boxes!
Literacy Night at Poyen Elementary! Poyen is rocking RISE... sharpening their focus and strengthening their reading instruction, creating community collaboration, and building a culture of reading! #RISEArkansas #dawsonschoolsrock
over 4 years ago, Corby Scully
Literacy Night
Literacy Night
Literacy Night
The Dawson Network of new educators is packed with amazing professionals preparing to begin an incredible journey. ❤️
over 4 years ago, Tina Hobbs
Ready to facilitate learning
Effective practices
Extremely enthusiastic
What an amazing group of new educators in the Dawson region!
over 4 years ago, Tina Hobbs
All smiles!
They are ready!
Great collaboration!
ELEMENTARY TEACHER RECEIVES GRANT Lake Hamilton Elementary School teacher, Emily Smeltzer, was recently named a recipient of the Parsons-Burnett Scholarship Grant. Given out each year by the Arkansas Retired Teachers Association (ARTA), the scholarships support the further education of practicing Arkansas public-school educators. Smeltzer is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati and plans to use the funds to attend the English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Academy at Henderson State University (HSU). Attending this program at HSU will enable her to effectively reach more of her students as a second grade teacher. A total of eight scholarship grants were awarded this year through a competitive application process. The scholarships are funded by memorials and donations from the members of the ARTA. ARTA was established in 1939-40 with 15 members. Today, the organization has more than 12,500 members who work together to protect and improve the professional, personal, social and economic welfare of retired (and future-retired) public school employees. #southwestesolinstitute #AREnglishLearners #DECSUMMER2019
almost 5 years ago, Jana Catlett
Smeltzer
GREAT week with Ouachita K-2! Curriculum planning with some of the best! They even fed me homemade meals every day!
almost 5 years ago, Corby Scully
2nd Grade
Kindergarten
1st Grade
Dawson will be open tomorrow. We ask that workshop participants and employees exercise caution due to flooding and road damage.
almost 5 years ago, Tonia McMillian
open
DEC is closed today due to a water line broken in the downtown area. We should be open tomorrow. Sorry for any inconvenience.
almost 5 years ago, Tonia McMillian
waterline
Day 4 of ESOL Institute brought us law from Mark Vasquez, area coordinators shared their experiences, and more fun!
almost 5 years ago, Jana Catlett
Yummy lunch
Mark
Coordinator panel
Judi, Mark, Karen
Day 4 of ESOL Institute: Mark Vasquez spoke about law and education. ESOL Coordinators from around the state shared their knowledge.
almost 5 years ago, Jana Catlett
Mark with Judi and Karen