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ALPHA PLUS HEROES: Pershing Elementary School

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Alpha Plus Facilitator Chris Staton snapped a pic of Jacqueline Bennett, a first-grade teacher at Pershing Elementary in Muskogee, during on-site training. Ms. Bennett is doing amazing work with her students using our math curriculum to make sure the...
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ALPHA PLUS HEROES: Hollis Elementary and Middle Schools

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ALPHA PLUS HEROES: Hollis Elementary and Middle School. Hollis Elementary and Middle School teachers are studying the Alpha Plus data for their students. Ms. Hood and Ms. Hanks are planning ELA reteaching based on formative data. We also honor... ALP...
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ALPHA PLUS HEROES: Ryan Elementary School

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Sending a shout-out to one of our heroes: Ryan Elementary Principal Cheryl Carter. Principal Carter is meeting with her Alpha Plus facilitator and using the Instructional Leader training binder at her school in Jefferson County. Our thanks go out to ...
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Alpha Plus Heroes: Rogers Elementary School

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Rogers Elementary Assistant Principal Michele Davis asks questions during her team’s initial training with Jan Barrick (an Alpha Plus Facilitator and the CEO) while Mr. Durley, fourth-grade teacher, and other team members delve into the Success with ...
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Alpha Plus Heroes: Paoli Elementary School

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  Paoli Elementary teachers work online and on paper during a recent Data Team Meeting with their Alpha Plus Facilitator (who also takes great pics)! At top are Paoli teachers Ms. Lewis, fourth grade, and Ms. Rice, sixth grade; at bottom are Ms....
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