Still waiting for your Fall Insight Survey link? Send us a message to let us know!
Last week, teachers should have received a survey link directly from the Insight Survey team. This survey helps our District collect information regarding school leadership, identify what we're doing right and learn ways to make adjustments to improve our schools. If you haven't gotten your survey link yet, double-check your spam folders, then shoot the survey team a quick email to let them know. Take a look at the latest Insight update for more information about this year's survey.
New local and national teacher leadership opportunities available. Apply today!
If you haven't checked out the new
Teacher Leadership website, you're missing out on tons of leadership opportunities both in our community and across the country. Here's a preview of a couple of new opportunities available to our teachers:
STEM teachers can apply for a Smithsonian Museum National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC) Fellowship.
Prepare your seniors for next steps after graduation. Invite them to a FAFSA workshop!
"Adulting" classes may not be a thing yet, but Leadership Memphis has the next best option! If you know students planning to pursue a post-secondary degree after graduation, invite them to a
Leadership Memphis FAFSA workshop. While the team may not be able to teach them how to do laundry like a pro, students
will get hands-on help with navigating the FAFSA website and tips and information about scholarships and financial aid opportunities. Invite students to the upcoming session on
Saturday, Nov. 17 at the Benjamin Hooks Library. Check out the
flyer for more information.
While we're talking college, check out advanced degree programs at CBU!
While students are working through FAFSA applications and considering their next steps, Christian Brothers University wants SCS employees to consider their next move, too. Check out CBU's upcoming
info session on graduate programs to learn more about how you can get started on your advanced degree. It all takes place tomorrow,
Nov. 8, at the Rosa Deal School of art