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Northern Kentucky Cooperative for Educational Services is seeking a part-time Youth Task Force Coordinator to enhance youth prevention efforts of the Campbell County Drug Free Alliance. Position is part-time (15/20 hours/week) February 2016-October 2016. Click here for more information Youth Task Force Coordinator job positing
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Quotes from CBB Geometry Middle School Module – What did you learn that was significant and useful? “Engaging activities” “How manipulatives affect learning.” “Square root = side of the side of the square, area of square (fold paper in half) for triangle area” “New activities like- What’s My Shape” “Sorting Activities” “The Fuzzy Triangle- going […]
Mrs. Betty Webber from Erpenbeck is the recipient of the Kentucky Music Educators Association teacher of the year! Mrs. Webber will be publicly recognized at an awards presentation on Friday, February 5th in Louisville, KY. What a great honor! NKCES would like to congradulate her on this award!!
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Growing Students by meeting them where they are by increasing knowledge of high yield instructional practices, increasing the knowledge and use of checklist as a strategy, developing a playbook of high yield instructional practice and to be more purposeful in differentiating planning, assessment and instruction. .
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Got ICNs? Howell Elementary, 4th grade teacher Stefanie Stubblefield does! Students in Mrs. Stubblefield’s 4th grade classroom use Interactive Content Notebooks to record and learn new information. The ICN Enables the student to process ideas and make connections. The notebook becomes a culmination of student work throughout the year and serves […]
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We had a 100% attendance at our meeting today, purposeful conversations and a plan to move forward. The group is grateful for your support and I believe this work will have a positive impact for our students.
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