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After our family’s tragedy, we were sure we could get support and answers from Dr. Casey Wardynski, Huntsville City Schools Superintendent.
Since 2009, resignations of tenured teachers in the Huntsville City Schools system have risen 225%, as suggested by a graph provided by Superintendent Dr. Casey Wardynski …
As a 5 yr old student in 1966, I had new crayons, pants my Momma made me, and I walked into Highlands Elementary School in District 5.
I have talked directly with you three (3) times, this opportunity being my third. I have noted several observations which I am going to share with you …
I would like to use my 3 minutes tonight to continue teacher celebration this month of May, by thanking a few of the many wonderful teachers my boys have experienced over the past 9 years.
The word of the month is Courage. Defined as mental or moral strength to venture, persevere, and withstand danger, fear, or difficulty.
Huntsville City Schools – The Problem Is Deeper than Discipline I admit it. I was one of “those” parents – the parents who were highly upset at the fact that a group of “bad” kids were being sent into our school and causing classroom disruptions and discipline issues. I let my anger get the best […]
When the computers were issued 4 years ago, parents and teachers were repeatedly reassured that the laptops would be used as teaching tools in the classroom, not to replace textbooks or any other teaching method.
My child was excited to go to school this past fall. She couldn’t wait to start Kindergarten.