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McNaughton Selected to Participate in the National Agriscience Teacher Ambassador Academy
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Superintendent Joseph Eiland  is excited to announce on behalf of the Butler County School System, that Mr. Ryan McNaughton, Agriscience Teacher at McKenzie School has been selected by the National Association of Agricultural Educators (NAAE) to participate in the National Agriscience Teacher Ambassador Academy (NATAA).

The National Association of Agricultural Educators (NAAE) is a professional organization for agricultural educators at all levels of instruction and leadership. Membership includes classroom teachers at elementary, intermediate, secondary, and postsecondary levels of instruction, teacher educators of agricultural education and state supervisors of agricultural education. 

Priorities include agricultural education program development and improvement, teacher recruitment, retention, and recognition, and member service/recognition.

The National Agriscience Teacher Ambassador Academy (NATAA) has over 19 years of successfully cultivating agriscience and inquiry-based learning in agricultural education. The Academy serves to train agriculture teachers on how to enhance the science that is already present in agriculture, as well as develop students as problem solvers and thinkers through the inquiry-based teaching method.  Applying to attend the National Agriscience Teacher Ambassador Academy is a commitment to promote agriscience and inquiry-based learning to other teachers in your state, region, and across the nation.

The NAAE National Agriscience Teacher Ambassador Program is a partnered program as Corteva Agriscience sees the value in the professional development and what it entails. Through this partnership NAAE invests around $10,000 into each Ambassador through travel, lodging, meals, and the value of high-quality professional development.

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GHS Donations
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Ms. Brenda Bodiford-Waldrip from Brantley, Alabama delivered amazing gifts to the Greenville High School band program and to the Special Education department.

The gifts included a beautiful cello and twenty-one yoga mats. These donations will benefit Greenville High students and staff for years to come. Band Director, Mr. Lee Herring, and Special Programs teacher, Mr. Cordarius Longmire, will put these gifts to great use. Great things are happening in our school system so join us…HERE WE GROW AGAIN!

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Alabama Literacy Act Parent Information
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The Alabama Literacy Act was passed in 2019 to help improve reading in Alabama public schools to ensure students are reading on grade level by the end of the 3rd grade. Reading is the gateway to lifelong achievement and the students of Alabama deserve a strong start on their path to success. Read more about the Literacy Act at the link below.

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Pre-K Online Registration
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Pre-K online pre-registration for the upcoming 2024-2025 school year is now open. Pre-Registration is open to all children four years of age on 9/1/2024 who are residents of Alabama. Children who are eligible to attend kindergarten are not eligible for pre-k.
 

Random Selection Drawing for the Pre-K:

McKenzie School Pre-K,  Monday, March 18th  at 1:00 PM
Georgiana School Pre-K, Tuesday, March 19th at 1:00 PM
Bright Beginnings Greenville Pre-K,  Wednesday, March 20th at 1:00 PM

Please click the link below to access the online application.

https://prek.alaceed.alabama.gov/

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