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Columbus City Schools (CCS) is investing in staff wanting to become teachers through the Grow Your Own (GYO) Teacher Scholarship Program.
A message from Superintendent/CEO Dr. Angela Chapman.
Award-Winning Author Zetta Elliott Inspires Indianola Informal Students to Embrace Diversity in Literature
In partnership with The Ohio State University (OSU), acclaimed author Zetta Elliott visited Indianola Informal to bring the power of writing and diverse storytelling to life.
Fifth-grade students at East Linden Elementary School are the first in the city to experience an anti-violence program led by a professional federal agent.
On the latest episode of Teacher Chat host Dr. Todd Walker, Chief Curriculum and Instruction Officer highlights mental health and what trends are seen in the classroom, and what concerns are being raised by teachers and schools. Special guests include Superintendent/CEO Dr. Angela Champan, District Medical Consultant, Dr. Sara Bode, and Psychological Services Director, Dr. Danica Thornton.
Kindergarten students at Lindbergh Elementary School are lucky enough to have not one but two teachers. Kindergarten educators Lauren Farley and Pat Hughes may have their classes, but they view the students as a shared responsibility.
Clinton Elementary School Celebrates Its Centennial Milestone While Looking Forward to the Next Century
Underneath a slightly overcast day with sun peaks and a gentle breeze reminiscent of spring, Clinton Elementary School was excited about February 10, 2024, as the community came together to celebrate a century of educational excellence.