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Special Education Advisory Panel Meeting Notice
The Special Education Advisory Panel will meet on Wednesday, December 9, 2015, at 9:30 a.m. at the Hilton Hotel, 1001 East County Line Road, Jackson, MS 39211.
The Panel will hear public comments at 10:15 a.m. and 1:00 p.m.
Written comments may be submitted to Dr. Armerita Tell, Mississippi Department of Education, P.O. Box 771, Jackson, Mississippi 39205-0771; fax: 601-359-2198; email: email@example.com; or call the Parent Hotline Number: 1-877-544-0408.
For more information, or if you need accommodations due to a disability, contact Dr. Armerita Tell at 601-359-3498.
Mississippi Association for Middle Level Education Annual Conference (MAMLE)
The 2016 MAMLE Annual Conference will be held Feb. 25-27 at the Lake Terrace Convention Center in Hattiesburg. MAMLE is open to educators, administrators, and central office personnel working with young adolescents in grades 4-9. Dru Tomlin of AMLE is one of this year’s keynote speakers.
For more information including registration, hotel reservations, and a call for speakers, please visit www.mamle.org or contact MAMLE Executive Director Nicole Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also sign up for the MAMLE mailing list at www.mamle.org.
MASA & AASA Women's Leadership Forum
Mark your calendar for Feb. 26 for the Mississippi Association of School Administrators and AASA Women’s Leadership Forum at Southern Oaks in Hattiesburg. Cost is $149, which includes brunch and a networking reception. The forum is open to all female superintendents, assistant superintendents, aspiring superintendents, central office administrators and building level leaders.
Guest speakers include:
Questar CEO Jamie Candee, who will bring updates on our new state assessment
MaryAnn P. Jobe, Ed.D., Director Education & Leadership Development AASA
Maree F. Sneed, Partner Hogan Lovells, US, LLP
Melissa Sinunu, President of Classworks
Felicia Johnson, Owner, Triumph Education
Sherry J. Pitts, CEO, Merit Health Women's Hospital
Stay tuned for updated details on our outstanding program designed by women for women! To register, click here: http://aasa.org/womenMASA16.aspx
Strong Readers=Strong Leaders Campaign
The Strong Readers=Strong Leaders campaign promotes literacy throughout a child’s education by equipping families, students and educators with resources to develop reading skills at school and at home.
School districts, libraries and community organizations are free to use any Strong Readers = Strong Leaders materials to promote literacy. Visit strongreadersms.com/download-graphics/ to download posters, graphics and the Strong Readers = Strong Logo.
Schools are encouraged to add the Strong Readers = Strong Leaders web link, logo and public service announcement to their websites and to spread the word about Strong Readers = Strong Leaders via social media.
Click here to view the Strong Readers=Strong Leaders public service announcement featuring 2014 Miss Mississippi Jasmine Murray and Gov. Phil Bryant.
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Licensure Hearing for Clarksdale Teacher Continued Until Nov. 16
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Are you a licensed educator seeking employment in a Mississippi public school district? Are you seeking the most current district vacancies available? If so, please visit our job board at http://teach.k12.ms.us to discover your career opportunities.
For information on employment in the MDE, contact the Office of Human Resources at 601-359-3511 or visit the "Active Recruitment List" on the State Personnel Board Web site at www.msps.ms.gov for a list of openings in all state agencies.