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Using Outlook on the Web (Exchange)?  Click the "Click here" link at the top of the email. 
The Teacher Weekly is going gold in September for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.
Help us raise funds for the St. Jude Walk-Run to End Childhood Cancer.
Don’t forget to enter grades and attendance in PowerTeacher Pro . Progress reports go home Sept. 13.
BEP funding update: Classroom teachers will receive supply funds by Oct. 31. View this memo for details.
Memphis City Beautiful wants to spruce up your school community. Apply for a beautification project today!
RSVP for Teacher Orientation at the Pink Palace! Get PD credit & learn about education offerings for your class!
Lots of great questions came in during the live audio cast on Teacher Compensation. Here are the answers!

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Elementary ELA PD is now available by zone.
Professional learning opportunities are available monthly to support elementary teachers with foundational skills and meaning-based lessons. Elementary teachers can take advantage of professional learning opportunities with other teachers in their zone. Sign up for your zone course in the PLZ .
Nominate a teacher leader for the ECET2 conference.
Do you know an outstanding teacher who would benefit from attending the upcoming ECET2 regional conference? Nominate him or her today for a chance to attend the two-day event in October. Deadline for nominations is Friday, September 22.
Handling an accident at work: Risk Management FAQs
Risk Management has a convenient, new FAQ page available to help you identify how to handle work-related accidents. Hazardous situations, including on the job injury, student/guest accidents, hazardous chemicals and more are covered here .
A Civics test is now required for all high school students.
Per state law, students must participate in the United States citizenship and immigration test during their high school career. All students are expected to participate in the test; however, a passing grade is not required for graduation. Please review the 2017-18 test and answer key in preparation for the test. If your school has already administered this test using a prior version, you do not have to retest. For more information, contact Brian Davis.
Got questions about ELA? We've got answers!
As advisors are visiting classrooms, we wanted to share the questions that we have found to be common across the District. Be sure to check out these frequently asked questions regarding the revised K-12 ELA curriculum. 
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