270 East State Street
Columbus, OH 43215
614.365.5000
spirit of success
Page: 1 of 23
Total Item(s) Found: 133 
The CCS Winter Debate Tournament was held on December 8th at Capital University. Students from Grades 5-12 competed in three divisions: Division One (Grades 5-6), Division Two (Grades 7-8), and Division Three (High School). It was the inaugural year for the high school division. Gifted and Talented, in conjunction with Capital University and the English Speaking Union of Columbus, facilitated Divisions One and Two. Those results will be posted here soon. Division Three, the high school division, was facilitated by Secondary Curriculum in conjunction with Capital University. Seven teams competed from three high schoolsCAHS, Columbus North International, and Mifflin High School. Congratulations to all of the competing students and coaches and the winning teams and schools!!

First Place Team: Cybil Bailey and Brittany Stewart (CAHS Team A)
Second Place Team: Suzan Mchao and Jelani Leftridge (CAHS Team B)
Third Place Team: Washington Cole and Kadeem Grace (CNIS Team A)

First Place School: CAHS (Brittany Stewart, Cybil Bailey, Trinity Ellis, 
Jelani Leftridge, Suzan Mchao, Julia Allwein, Petrina Duffour, Travis 
McClerking, Coach Kevin Jennison)
Second Place School: Columbus North International School 
(Jeremiah Pinkins, Trinity Jaycox, Kadeem Grace, Washington 
Cole, Coach Leanne Sunderman)
Third Place School: Mifflin High School (Benicio Roman, 
Cassandra Bivens, Coach Cynthia Price, Samira Ali)

 [...click for more]

Posted Sunday, December 10, 2017
Beginning this year, the Martha Holden Jennings Foundation is pleased to partner with Fund for Teachers to offer grants for pK-12 teachers’ self-designed professional development. This grant represents a unique opportunity for teachers to determine the trajectory of their teaching and their students learning. More than 7,500 teachers have leveraged Fund for Teachers fellowships into classroom- and career-changing experiences. Whether one identifies as relevant a seminar across town or an odyssey across the sea, the goal is to bring back knowledge and experiences that elevate education. Last year, nine Ohio teachers pursued chemistry and culture, practiced mindfulness and sustainability, and researched the French Revolution and global warming. What will you learn? Where will you learn it?
-The first step in creating a grant proposal for Fund for Teachers is visiting its Application Learning Center, replete with resources to assist you.
-The second step is to register for a webinar hosted by the organization specifically for Ohio teachers; you can register for this December 13th event by clicking here.
-In the interim, let these FFT Fellowsinspire you to think big and begin your proposal – due by January 31, 2018.
 [...click for more]

Posted Sunday, December 10, 2017
-As many of you know, our district licenses for Essay Scorer from Pearson have expired for many or are due to expire for others at the end of the year. Here is a recorded Webinar for a Google Add-on called WriQ that has to ability to score argumentative, informative/explanatory, and narrative essays for grammar, punctuation, and spelling; then the add-on allows teachers to interactively score the essay for focus, organization/structure, development, and language. It puts the computer and teacher scored rubric at the top of the student's essay. It also keeps a dashboard for all essays scored. You can get the FREE add-on in Google and try it yourself. This Webinar will orient you to the tool.
 [...click for more]

Posted Sunday, December 10, 2017
The December PACE meeting will be held Thursday, December 7, from 6:30-8:00 p.m. at Ecole Kenwood French Immersion School (3770 Shattuck Ave, Columbus, Ohio 43220). Several organizations will be on hand to share information about the summer opportunities they offer along with applciation procedures. STS will also be there to share information about summer scholarship opportunities for Columbus students.

 [...click for more]

Posted Tuesday, November 28, 2017
Check here for updates on the Board of Education’s work to identify and hire the next Superintendent/CEO of Columbus City Schools. [...click for more]

Posted Thursday, November 16, 2017

Rev Up Your STEM/STEAM Curriculum Webinar

December 13 at 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. In 20 minutes, you will learn to: Discover rich literacy resources for STEAM titles, Provide models of real-world problem solving, and Engage all students with diverse digital resource.

 
Reserve your spots


Let's Talk About Book Groups and Literature Circle Activities Twitter Chat
December 19 - 4:30 @TeachingBooks; #TBProfDev

Skim the Storify for the latest TeacingBooks' Twitter Chat.

 [...click for more]

Posted Friday, November 10, 2017
Filtering Options
Scope


Select Building
Text Search
Keyword / Phrase
Date Range
Start Date
End Date
Display Mode

Spanish footer button       French footer button       Somali footer button       Nepali footer button       Arabic footer button
News          |           Vendors          |           Employment
Our Mission: Each student is highly educated, prepared for leadership and service, and empowered for success as a citizen in a global community.