William’s Memorial Elementary School STEM Lab teacher Penny Buckley says she’s busy at work writing the curriculum for the next school year’s science, technology, engineering, and math lab or STEM class.
This Title one school hopes that with this club the girls realize and achieve their greatest dreams. The organization hopes by providing experiences and mentorship they will develop a positive self-identity and leadership abilities in the girls.
First year Colleton County teacher Christi Noffsinger spends her days as an itinerant teacher. She travels around to three elementary schools in addition to Colleton middle and high school’s within her district.
Reading and math is a passion in Bridgette Hickman’s classroom at Sanders Clyde Creative Arts School. Along with her passion, Hickman loves to introduce her 5th grade students to new books and literary works.
Stephanie Haecherl says her students would benefit from VersaTiles. It is a self-checking, puzzle-like skill-building tool designed to improve reading and writing skills, and will also enhance their self-management and decision making abilities.
In an educational environment where art dominates the campus culture, science teacher Art Blanchet is challenged with finding new ways to engage these creative thinkers at Rollings Middle School of the Arts.