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Dr. Lawrence is leading the way to support Hoosiers during this time of uncertainty. She is working with collaborative partners to ensure that Hoosiers have an economy that works, children and families are physically and mentally healthy, and learning continues for all.
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100 Days!! Election Day is in 100 days! Are you registered for Absentee Voting? ... See MoreSee Less
The NAFCS Board Meeting starts at 6:00. Tune in on the corporation’s website and YouTube page. ... See MoreSee Less
Better Indiana is excited to endorse Erica Lawrence!
Erica, a Democrat, is running for Indiana House District 72. The Floyd County district includes all New Albany and Georgetown, Indiana.
Erica is a champion for public education, and she is an elementary school principal. She is focused on addressing relevant policy issues, such as the teacher pay gap and boosting programs like the 21st Century Scholars Program. ... See MoreSee Less
I am here participating in our New Albany City Council meeting. Please join in. ... See MoreSee Less
Today is the perfect day for some baseball!! Hope your Wednesday is amazing!! ... See MoreSee Less
I’m here at the NAFC Board meeting to learn about education and safety for our children and staff in District 72. Let me know your thoughts and concerns. ... See MoreSee Less
Erica Lawrence for State Representative is at New Albany Floyd County Consolidated School Corporation.
3 weeks ago
Bill Briscoe gave a sentimental message to Joy Lohmeyer as she is retiring and served as president of the NAFC Education Foundation. Bravo!! ... See MoreSee Less
New Albany is dangerously close to a food desert with the closing of Save A Lot. Our citizens need access to a full service grocery store. Our most economically vulnerable neighborhoods will feel this store’s absence. ... See MoreSee Less
25 Women For 2020's cover photo ... See MoreSee Less
Erica Lawrence for State Representative is at Fairmont Elementary School.
1 month ago
Gina Brown with Let Us Learn invited me to visit the Fairmont Children’s Garden today. This is an amazing space. District 72, how can we get more community gardens where we can all share together? Many hands make light work, and great meals. ... See MoreSee Less
There is a lot of talk about equity issues with remote learning--Keep this in mind:
We are continually updating our COVID-19 resource page for educators. If you cannot make our educator rights webinar on Thursday, a recording will be posted to our resource page as well.
7 Strategies Designed to Increase Student Engagement in Synchronous Online Discussions Using Video Conferencing | https://catlintucker.com/2020/05/7-strategies-to-engage-students-in-synchronous-online-discussions/
Providing better experiences for ELs through NTI & virtual learning showed up as an area of improvement. EL support is everyone’s business - thanks to our EL department’s support - we are all teachers of ELs! #everyonemuststepUp https://twitter.com/michelleshory/status/1285677815036366848
Are you ready for #VirtuEL in just 4 days? If you are in #JCPSKY, hurry and grab one of the spots left in PD Central to get 3 hours of credit.
Everything starts Saturday AM!
@JCPSlatino @JCPSAsstSuptASP @JCPSAsstSuptTL @amy_r_whitehead @cripps_carmen @darlenegrove #JCPSESL https://twitter.com/michelleshory/status/1283831192500961280
@joshuadowens, we love the like for @DrLawrence2010 - think you could drive a few donors? The link is: https://secure.actblue.com/donate/electerica