Griffith High School is hosting a College/Career Day on Friday, March 18, 2016. Our school is looking for local professionals interested in addressing our students. Speakers will meet in classrooms with students and discuss their professions in 20-minute sessions. The commitment for this event would be 8:00-11:00 a.m. on March 18, 2016. We are looking for speakers in the following professions listed on this link: https://netsolutions.dwd.in.gov/hh50/joblist.aspx
If you have any questions or would like to volunteer, please email email@example.com
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•A culture of high expectations produces high achieving students.
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•Great learning follows great and passionate teaching.
•Great teachers utilize best practices enhanced through continual assessment and improvement.
•Great schools meet the needs of the whole student providing a variety of activities and experiences for students’ diverse interests.
| ITEM || |
|New Teacher Training Program 3.7|
| Middle and High School New Teacher Induction Program ||Started 8/2014|
| Professional Development Plan 3.11|
| Professional Learning Communities || Started 8/2014|
| English and math data coaches for primary and secondary || Started 8/2014|
| District-wide Improvement Process 5.5|
| District Wide Improvement Process Presentations || Nov. 4, 2014|
| Website Communication Tool|| 10/2014 |
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