The goal of the planned Google+ Hangouts is to bring greater awareness of the good work the Bright Spots in Hispanic Education are doing so that others can learn from their experiences and help reduce the achievement gap for all students. This November 18th live broadcast focused on improving college access.
When the school day began on August 19, students were welcomed by some new faces in their schools. District #37 greeted many new teachers, instructional aides, playground aides, bus drivers and crossing guards as well that week.
Congratulations go to these two groups as the Ford Motor Company’s “Ford Driving Dreams through Education” program has awarded LULAC Council 5285 a $20,000 two-year grant to help support these programs. LULAC Council 5285 is working closely with Glenview Middle School and these two programs to provide our at-risk students opportunities to flourish.
Monitoring can happen in other areas: compliance and engagement. Compliance means that students are doing what we asked of them. A student may follow all of a teacher’s directions and may look like they’re learning, but there is no proof. It’s hard to see into the head of a child. Monitoring can also happen in the area of engagement.
Family Fun For All Ages !
Join us for a hauntingly good time at the 17th annual NoogieFest at the Gilda's Club of the Quad Cities.
The event is being held Saturday October 10th
Download and print the attached flyer for more information.
Mrs. Margarita Mojica at Glenview Middle School received a "Pay It Forward" reward from WQAD news recently. As one of the sponsors of the "One By One" group, Margarita is asking these middle schoolers to think about life after the 8th grade, and what educational opportunities and challenges they have to look forward to.