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Registration for the 2022 Innovations in Education Conference is open! The first 100 paid registrants will receive a free t-shirt. We have 150 spots open for in-person attendance, and you may also attend virtually over ZOOM. If you have questions please email Ibrahim Aslam at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Inscripción esta abierta para el Concurso de Innovaciones de Educación 2022. Los primeros 100 registrantes pagados van a recibir una camiseta gratis. Tenemos 150 espacios para asistencia en persona y también se puede asistir por ZOOM. Si tiene preguntas por favor manden un email a Ibrahim Aslam a email@example.com
Registrense aquí: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/8HMMPFB
The Office of Cochise County School Superintendent congratulates two exemplary teachers for their recent awards and career achievements.
Mr. Ty White from Willcox High School has been named the winner and recipient of the Arizona Rural School Association Teacher of the Year Award. A chemistry teacher, Mr. White sponsors many programs at Willcox High School including the Knowledge Bowl, the Gifted Club, and Robotics. He is also one of the leaders of the STEM program and is the Space Settlement Design Coach and Organizer.
Mr. White’s core beliefs are that every student deserves equitable opportunities to learn, and every student should develop scientific literacy, just as they develop literacy in other subjects. He also believes in being part of the solution in equalizing access to opportunities for students of different backgrounds.
“We are very proud to have Mr. White teaching in Cochise County,” says School Superintendent Jacqui Clay.
Mrs. LeeAnn Howell of Colonel Smith Middle School in Fort Huachuca is also being recognized as a selected finalist of the Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching. Recipients of the award receive $10,000, a trip to Washington D.C., and a certificate signed by the President of the Unites States. Mrs. Howell attributes her success to having strong mentors and she believes that being in a room and network with like-minded science and math educators is important.
“Congratulations again, Mrs. Howell,” added Jacqui Clay. “We cannot wait to see what you and your students accomplish in the coming years.”
Job Opportunities: Teachers and Mentors for New Crossroads Academy
Please click the links below to access job descriptions and other information for these opportunities. Please send resumes to Cochise County Superintendent of Schools Jacqui Clay at JClay@cochise.az.gov and the HR manager at Grad Solutions Cheri at firstname.lastname@example.org
Teachers salaries range between $40k-55k and Mentors between $38k-$51,500k depending on education and experience.
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Skills = Love
Cochise County School Superintendent, Jacqui Clay pictured while visiting Skills Private Academy. A place to grow and shine and learn to be your best self. Special Kids, Individualized Learning, Life Skills
"D" School to "B" School
Superintendent Wendy Conger, you are amazing! Because of your leadership and passion you and your staff were able to take a letter "D" school to a "B" school.
Bowie, Most Improved School in Cochise County!!
Way to Go!
Ray Borane Elementary School Students display a winning team spirit. By coming together to honor our Community and Nation's Veterans.
IF YOU WANT TO SUCCEED YOU SHOULD STRIKE OUT ON NEW PATHS, RATHER THAN TRAVEL THE WORN PATHS OF ACCEPTED SUCCESS
- JOHN D ROCKEFELLER
We are all born with something in our DNA that promotes greatness. Using a comprehensive systems-thinking approach, our educators, parents, and community members can work collaboratively to uncover the niche found in every student. This information is powerful when it correlates with the needs of our society. Education, when applied correctly, will provide economic independence for our students and economic success in our community, cities, states, and nation.
Cochise County School Superintendent
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