High Croft Drive Elementary students will present The Wizard of Oz in the school gym on Wednesday, June 19 at 6 p.m. for parents and families. The student performers have taken part in the school’s Reader’s Theater Literacy Special. They are fourth- and fifth-graders.
Thanks to Jillian Steinbroner for sharing this story.
Teaching runs in Tori Bass’s family. Both her aunt and mother are school teachers—which is just one reason Tori has grown up appreciating the importance of showing up to school every single day, ready to learn—no matter what.
Tori committed herself every morning. She never argued with her parents about going, or gave in an urge to play hooky, like some students might do on the day of a big test.
This week, Tori graduated from Green Hope High School with 13 years of perfect attendance.
“When I was young, my parents told me I should go to school, even if I didn’t really want to, or I was feeling just a little bit under the weather,” said Tori, who is 17. But as she got older, it was a commitment knew she wanted to make, even without her parents’ urging. Continue Reading . . .
Banks Road and Adams are closed due to power outage.
Rand Road ES is open.
Several of our schools are experiencing power outages this morning. The following schools are expected to regain power around 9 am – West Lake Elementary, West Lake Middle, Holly Springs Elementary, and Middle Creek Elementary. Principals are aware and have safety procedures in place until the power returns.
by Bill Poston,
posted in Careers on June 13th, 2013
Sanderson High teacher Sherrie Dixon will be among a group of teachers traveling to Cuzco, Peru for two weeks in July to study Spanish and Andean literature at Academia Latinoamericana. Continue Reading . . .