Extractions: Celebrating Students: Schools Recognize Achievement in Many Ways When we asked our Principal Files team members to share the ways in which their schools celebrate students' accomplishments, we had no idea how many and varied the responses would be. Included: Practical ideas, food-for-thought for all school leaders. Schools celebrate students in dozens of different ways. They celebrate students' citizenship and creativity, academics and attendance. They celebrate daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly Recently, we asked our "Principal Files" principals to share some ways in which they celebrate the accomplishments of students in their schools. The ideas they shared are sure to give all school leaders some food for thought and many practical ideas for new ways to recognize their own students' accomplishments.
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Press Releases - Community Trust Bank that it has received the YWCA of Northeast louisiana s 2004 Celebrate Community Trust Bank Donates to Lincoln Parish Secondary alternative School February 17 http://www.ctb-bank.com/press
Extractions: Employment Opportunities ... CTB Honored by YWCA of Northeast Louisiana April 23, 2004 - Community Trust Bank is pleased to announce that it has received the YWCA of Northeast Louisiana's 2004 Celebrate the Family Corporate Award. The ... Community Trust Bank Announces New Board Appointments March 26, 2004 - Community Trust Bank is pleased to announce the election of John J. Mickey" McHale and Donald E. Donnie" Plunk to its board of directors. Mickey ... Community Trust Bank Donates to Lincoln Parish Secondary Alternative School February 17, 2004 - Community Trust Bank recently made a donation to the Lincoln Parish Secondary Alternative School. The donation will be used for Ms. Kay May's ... Community Trust Bank Awarded Affordable Housing Grant January 14, 2004 - Community Trust Bank has recently been awarded a $35,000 Affordable Housing Program (AHP) Grant from the Federal Home Loan Bank. This grant will be ...
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EE Link: State - LA downloadable) on coastal erosion, alternative energy, water conservation(elementary and middle school correlated to A project of the louisiana Energy http://eelink.net/state-la.html
Extractions: State - LA Find links on this page for organizations and projects in this state. To look for nearby states or region-wide projects, use the left hand toolbar or return to EE Organizations and Projects - State and Regional Current jobs that are available in this state can be seen here: State - LA - Job Listing *Our larger categories have been split up into smaller pages to make your searching easier. Make sure to click "Next Page" in the lower right hand corner of the page to see all the resources listed in each category. Sort by: Choose a method: Alphabetical: A to Z Alphabetical: Z to A Rating: Total Rating: Month Visits: Total Visits: Month Addition Date: Oldest to Newest Addition Date: Newest to Oldest
Extractions: VA: 1 in 2 Richmond Student Suspended Last Year The 25,000 student Richmond school system handed out 12,231 suspensions last year. Local politicians may use this data to push for alternative schools at all elementary and secondary levels, which they believe will radically cut down on suspensions. Alternative schools have worked in other places, but I have my doubts about their effectiveness as a complete strategy. I'm going to roughly estimate that the average suspended student is suspended 3 times a year. This gives you 4,000 individual students suspended last year. You're going to move 1 in 6 children to an alternative school? On what criteria will these students be judged to decide whether they move into the alternative school? Will the program be voluntary or mandatory? This could turn into a horror issue if an alternative school program is expanded beyond truly troubled kids to include random malcontents and act-ups. by scott wrightson Comments Trackback
Extractions: The Chapter Program will establish a strong relationship between Break Away and your program based on mutual accountability and investment on each other's behalf. Chapters develop break programs that include the eight components of a quality alternative break program: direct service, orientation, education, training, reflection, re-orientation, diversity, and alcohol and other drug free. Break Away Program Directors are available for individual consultation regarding any and all special needs that your school might have. Annual Chapter dues are $150 for Associate Chapters and $500 for Advantage Chapters. D O WNLOAD A ... APPLICATION by clicking on t his link Chapter Benefits Exclusive use of the Break Away Name and Logo - The Break Away name and logo are registered service marks for the organization. Since these marks represent a commitment to quality alternative break programs, including thorough pre-trip preparation and effective post-trip activities that far exceed most volunteer vacation experiences, only groups affiliating with Break Away and its philosophies have permission to use the name and logo. Access to the Break Away SiteBank and Trip Report Database - Break Away works with hundreds of schools and community groups nationwide. More than 250 nonprofit organizations list their volunteer opportunities in the Break Away SiteBank database. Those looking for alternative break volunteer opportunities can quickly access a profile of these agencies, including site fees, sample work projects, housing options, and more. Chapter Schools can also share feedback on these nonprofit "Host Sites" through the Trip Report database, accessible through the members area.
Extractions: Grade-Level Expectations and Model Curriculum Framework: Louisiana's Grade-Level Expectations (GLEs) are statements of what all students should know or be able to do by the end of each grade, PreK-12, in English language arts, mathematics, science, and social studies. The Model Curriculum Framework (MCF) indicates one way to organize the GLEs into teachable units. You may now view and/or download the GLEs, MCF, and other related materials by clicking here English Language Arts Choose from the following: Content Standards Grade-Level Expectations Web Resources Literacy Profile LEAP 21 Tutoring Lessons Focused-Learning Lessons Teacher-to-Teacher Lessons Mathematics Choose from the following: Content Standards Grade-Level Expectations Model Course Guidelines Web Resources LEAP 21 Tutoring Lessons Focused-Learning Lessons
Extractions: Your username and password will be sent to you by email. School Name: **N/A** a (a, LA) A. E. Phillips (Ruston, LA) Acadian 6th Grade Center (Alexandria, LA) Acadian Elementary School (Houma, LA) Acadian Sixth Grade Center (Alexandria, LA) Acadiana Preparatory School (Opelousas, LA) Alamo Middle School (Alamo, TX) Albany Middle (Albany, LA) Albert Cammon Middle School (St. Rose, LA) Anacoco Elementary School (Anacoco, LA) Andrew Jackson Fundamental Magnet High School (Chalmette, LA) Arabi Elementary (Arabi, LA) Arcadia High School (, LA) Armstrong Middle School (Rayne, LA) Arthur F. Smith (alexandria, LA) Ascension Day School (Lafayette, LA) Ash Elementary School (Plainview, TX) Athens High School (Athens, LA) Atlanta High School (Atlanta, LA)
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