Teachers learn how to support student engagement by visiting one another's classrooms.
Back to School
It's not just parents who fear the phrase, "I'm bored!" Educators want their students engaged in meaningful and engaging learning.
All too often we (adults) step in and tell kids what we see in their work or what we value in their work. It's time we empower kids to do this for themselves.
We need to be "expectations aware" and ensure all students receive the same high expectations from each of us.
It's nice to know that each new school year provides students--and teachers--the opportunity to "wipe the slate clean" and have a fresh new start!
Each new school year is full of change and change causes anxiety. Here are a few tips for parents to help their child ease into a new school year.
The new school year brings with it much of the same excitement and cause for making resolutions as the new calendar year.
Positive stories about Northeast students and their accomplishments.
Parkway Northeast Middle School welcomes two new assistant principals and makes changes to electronic device policy.
39 students take time out of their summer vacation to continue working on anti-bullying efforts for Northeast Middle School.
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