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One hundred seventy educators representing 20 school districts from Adams, Brown, Clinton, Fayette, and Highland Counties were in attendance to hear international speaker and award winning teacher and author Dave Burgess share his experiences in how to “Teach Like a Pirate” June 6 at Southern State Community College in Hillsboro. The event, hosted by the Southern Ohio Educational Service Center and Region 14 Hopewell . . .
Just days after students celebrated the last day of school, teachers, paraprofessionals, and administrators from Adams, Brown, Clinton, Fayette, and Highland Counties began preparing for the 2016-2017 school year by attending workshops during the “Summer Learning Academy” held June 7—9 on the campus of the Southern State Community College in Hillsboro. Sponsored by the Brown County Educational Service . . .
Academic leaders from several area school districts gathered recently at the Region 14 Hopewell Center in Hillsboro to attend the “What Great Leaders Do Differently” workshop that identified specific qualities and practices that elevate great leaders above the rest and guided participants in how to immediately implement each of these practices into their schools. The workshop was presented by Dr. Todd Whitaker, one . . .
The Clinton County Business Advisory Council (BAC) awarded its Integrity Scholarship to nine area graduating seniors who demonstrate academic promise, ethics, and ambition. Established in 1998 as a way to make the cost of post-secondary education more affordable, the BAC has since awarded 126 graduates scholarships totaling over $58,000. This year’s recipients were each awarded $750 scholarships. Scholarship recipients . . .
Region 14/Hopewell Center presented Kathryn Brunk and Jenny Spurlock Exceptional Achievement Awards during its 33 rd Annual Recognition Ceremony held April 21, at Hillsboro Elementary School. Brunk and Spurlock work closely with students, parents, teachers, and administrators to assure that students with disabilities receive the highest standards of support and instruction as they pursue personal, social, and academic goals. . . .
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