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News & Events November 2015

The MESD School Improvement Program hosts Elementary Literacy Coaches' Network meetings three times a year for instructional coaches throughout the tri-county region. At our November 5th gathering, participants discussed hot topics in literacy instruction, discovered new digital tools, and learned strategies for evaluating the success of their coaching efforts. Penny Plavala, School Improvement Specialist, creates an engaging agenda with the help of Network members, shares new instructional resources, and highlights upcoming professional development events. The next meeting is scheduled for February 9 at 8:30 am.  Learn more about the Elementary Literacy Coaches' Network here!

Mary Johnson, RN MESD School Nurse
Mary Johnson featured in Lincoln High School's The Cardinal Times. Read the story here! 

Eric Sheninger
Award winning principal and author Eric Sheninger visited the MESD on November 10 to present Digital Leadership for Rigor and Relevance: Embracing Digital Technology to Increase Achievement.

45 educators from across the region learned how to make learning relevant by engaging students with technology, how to target teacher feedback, and how to use digital tools to engage the community.

Participants walked away with a toolkit of digital resources they can use immediately in their districts.

This event was co-sponsored by the International Center for Leadership in Education.

MESD Accountability Report, 2014-2015

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