AASA What Works: Addressing Issues of Equity in Small and Rural Districts - Shared screen with speaker view
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Good Afternoon! Please ask questions or share your district's solutions, ideas, or resolutions in the chat box if you feel comfortable.
to follow on twitter — we are @huronSDsupt @loucresha (Mary) @treyholladay @pammoran @aasaHQ -
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Would it be possible to share your staff survey?
And also your students/parents survey?
How are you all handling funding/budgeting concerns as you plan for the reopening of schools and possibly the continued normal of social distancing based on CDC Guidelines for re-opening schools?
Michelle, please e-mail me at Terry.email@example.com and I will try to share a copy of our survey after we conclude this meeting.
My email is firstname.lastname@example.org. Please send me what you would like me to send and we will get it to you!
Such a great point Mary! They don't know what they don't know!
Mary is on fire! Very valid and powerful points.
innovative budgeting and funding!!
Exceptional points! We are a small district with 148 students
AWESOME energy, Mary!
Terry, you are such an amazing leader ~ thank you for helping your state meet the needs of kids.
Will y'all join me in thanking this amazing panel and Pam Moran ? Thank you for joining us! Check out aasa.org for more webinars, archived and coming up
Really insightful! Thank you Trey, Mary, and Terry for sharing your journey and to Pam and Valerie for facilitating - well done - loved the organization and delivery of this event. Thank you all for all you do for kids everyday- we are in this together- stay safe and strong. Love the passion.
Thank you to everyone for being with us today— these Supts are fab role models. Please give them a thank you here for sharing their work today.
Thank you for sharing your journey. It's nice to know our experiences and obstacles are similar.
I love AVID - put in place in my district in 2005 and we had 1000s of kids go to college who otherwise would not have
Rural educators ROCK!
I learned so much today! This was a very meaningful and authentic webinar. Thank you so much to all of the panelists!
Thank you for sharing your passion, ideas, advocacy for your students, and experience through this time.
Thank you Mary, Terry and Trey. You have done an amazing job keeping students 1st!!
Thank you! This has been a great conversation with you three!