THANK AN EDUCATOR
Please take a few minutes to help guide us in our common goal to create the schools our children need and deserve.
All educators are prepared and excited to help students excel. OUR SCHOOL HAS...
Educators who challenge and support students to do their best
Educators who have reasonable access to the highest levels of accreditation and are encouraged by their districts to achieve them
Librarians at every school
Well compensated and sufficiently staffed educators that earn a living wage
Well compensated teachers that earn a living wage
Students need their essential human needs met, and to be in a healthy learning environment that is clean and in good working order. OUR SCHOOL HAS...
Stayed compliant with all CDC COVID-19 protocols
Healthy indoor air quality (Free of mold, proper ventilation, and proper temperature control)
Easy access to all portions of the campus for students, educators, and guests with disabilities
Ample and appropriate learning spaces (Cafeterias, gyms, auditoriums, playgrounds, libraries, and computer labs with enough computers for all students)
It’s important that your school is open to the community it serves. OUR SCHOOL HAS...
Active community involvement where educators, administrators, parents and students work collaboratively to refine and deliver a high quality education to the whole student
Staff that has time to collaborate and prepare coursework outside of classroom hours
Relevant, timely professional development
Teachers teaching in their credentialed subject
All students need support. OUR SCHOOL HAS...
School counselor or social worker
Access to support services (psychologists, vision care, mental health services, speech language pathologists)
All students need access to the right courses to prepare them for life after graduation. OUR SCHOOL HAS...
Advanced courses (science and math, for example) and a pathway for advancement for every student (college Prep, Honors, AP, and/or IB)
Career and technical courses or pathway to the trades
Full-day kindergarten through a referral
Fine arts (music, art, and theater, for example)
Regular physical education classes (150 minutes in elementary school, 225 minutes in middle and high school)
Foreign language courses
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