Monthly Archives: December 2012

AEA 267 staff member recognized by KWWL-TV as “Someone You Should Know”

Congratulations to Kay Meaney, AEA 267 Early Childhood Special Educator, who was recently recognized by KWWL television as part of their “Someone You Should Know” series. Meaney was nominated for the honor by the mother of two of her students … Continue reading

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Congratulations AEA 267 Bremwood graduates!

Three students graduated from the AEA 267 Bremwood program on Friday, December 14. Miranda P., Tony M. and Elizabeth L. achieved the milestone in partnership with their AEA 267 Bremwood teachers who have worked closely with them since entering the … Continue reading

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AEA 267 “Outstanding Paraeducator Award” nominations announced

AEA 267 is proud to announce its eighth annual “Outstanding Paraeducator Award.”  This award honors the hard work and dedication of paraeducators in our schools.  The nominees demonstrate efficiency and initiative in the performance of their work while positively impacting … Continue reading

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What are PLCs and why are they important?

The term Professional Learning Community (PLC) has become commonplace in the field of education. Educators use this term to describe multiple combinations of individuals with an interest in education. Grade-level team meetings, groups meeting to read a common book, weekly … Continue reading

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AEA 267 launches virtual PLCs for science, career and technical education teachers

AEA 267 is helping to connect teachers who teach the only subject area or grade level in their building to collaborate through technology.  Virtual PLCs provide this opportunity with the use of Google sites where teachers can learn and work … Continue reading

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