Tag: Attendance Awareness Poster Contest

Young boy and his mother reading together on a park bench
 

“There’s No Place Like School”

Editor’s Note: Caroline Russell is the fifth-grade Attendance Awareness Poster Contest winner from Ashton Elementary School. My name is Caroline Russell and I’m in fifth grade at Ashton Elementary.  I’ve always loved school; it’s a special place to me for… Read More


“Como en la escuela, en ninguna parte”

Nota del editor: Caroline Russell es la ganadora del Concurso de Pósters sobre la Concientización de la Asistencia de 5º grado de Ashton Elementary School. Mi nombre es Caroline Russell y estoy en el quinto grado en Ashton Elementary. Siempre… Read More


Combating Chronic Absenteeism with Creativity

Incredible things happen through art.  Creativity facilitates abstract thought and connects ideas together to formulate innovative change. Our community has taken a step toward creating a culture where not only creativity is welcome, but encouraged and integrated within educational programs. Read More


Combatiendo la ausencia crónica con creatividad

Cosas increíbles ocurren a través del arte. La creatividad facilita el pensamiento abstracto y conecta ideas para desarrollar cambios innovadores. Nuestra comunidad ha dado un paso hacia delante creando una cultura donde no solo la creatividad es bienvenida, sino alentada… Read More



Campaña destacada en la conferencia Exponent Philanthropy 2016

La Suncoast Campaign for Grade-Level Reading (“Leer para 3ro.”) será presentada esta semana en la Conferencia Nacional Exponent Philanthropy (“Filantropía Exponente”) en Chicago del 26 al 28 de septiembre. El trabajo sobre concientización de la asistencia de la campaña será… Read More




Moving the Needle During Attendance Awareness Month

With Labor Day behind us, we are focusing on September, which is national Attendance Awareness Month. Here’s a look at how year’s activities to raise awareness and improve attendance in Sarasota and Manatee counties created momentum… Read More