Saintly Scoop: November 9, 2022

All Saints' in the News!

SCISA Awards and SCISA Teachers' Conference

Congratulations to Mrs. Stokes for being named Assistant Headmaster of the Year at the SCISA Heads' Conference last Thursday!

Mrs. Ashley Stokes, Associate Head of School at All Saints’ Episcopal Day School, was named the South Carolina Independent School Association (SCISA) Assistant Headmaster of the Year at the Heads’ State Fall Conference in Orangeburg on Thursday. She was presented with the “Coadjutor Award” for 2022. This award is given to the Assistant Head of School making the largest impact on his/her school. All Saints’ is one of 139 private schools in SCISA. She was nominated by All Saints’ Head of School Evan Powell.

Read the full press release below.

Assistant Headmaster of the Year Press Release

SCISA Master Teacher Pinning Ceremony

At the SCISA Teachers' Conference on Friday, Mrs. Beth Lewallen and Mrs. Ashlee Quesada were pinned as SCISA Master Teachers.

In August, both teachers were granted Master Teacher status by the South Carolina Independent School Association (SCISA), which uses the award to recognize educators for their experience and classroom innovation. Master Teachers are teachers who "inspire excellence" among colleagues and students alike.

To become a Master Teacher, educators must have either a Master’s degree and at least five years of teaching experience or a Bachelor’s degree and at least 10 years of teaching experience. The application process includes meeting rigorous teaching qualifications and submitting a portfolio for evaluation by a peer committee. It entails presentations, videoed lessons, interviews, endorsement letters from students, colleagues, administration, and parents, and sample lesson plans.

Read the full press release from August below.

Master Teacher Press Release

Four All Saints' Teachers Present Workshops at SCISA Teachers' Conference

All Saints' teachers attended the South Carolina Independent School Association's (SCISA) Fall Teachers' Conference on Friday. Four ASEDS teachers presented workshops to share their expertise with other SCISA teachers. We are #allsaintsproud of their commitment to teaching and learning and for sharing their knowledge and talent to inspire other teachers grow in their practice.

Mary Beth Creed and Michelle Jones

"Making the Preschool Classroom the 3rd Teacher"

Ideas for adapting the preschool classroom to aid in instruction and create an age-appropriate learning environment along with developmental milestones.

Ashlee Quesada

"Coding Unplugged: Lego Enrichment"

A look into the coding world using Legos for ages as young as 5K!

Beth Lewallen

"Creative Book Reports and Writing"

Creative writing doesn't have to be a chore! This workshop will give you some creative ways to make writing more fun!

Mrs. Quesada presenting, "Coding Unplugged: Lego Enrichment".

Mrs. Creed and Mrs. Jones presenting, "Making the Preschool Classroom the 3rd Teacher".

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