July 24, 2018
Middle school teachers present at statewide conference
A team of Upper St. Clair School District middle school teachers recently presented a workshop titled, “Providing Clear Reporting of Student Growth: One District's Approach,” at the Pennsylvania Association of Middle Level Education Summer Institute and Leadership Academy. The annual event was held July 17-18, 2018, at the Pennsylvania State University.
The team of teachers included Andy Lucas, middle school math curriculum leader and seventh grade pre-algebra teacher; Josh Tobin, middle school social studies curriculum leader and seventh grade social studies teacher; Caren Falascino, middle school science curriculum leader and eighth grade science teacher; and Susan Fleckenstein, gifted and math teacher.
Throughout the presentation, Upper St. Clair teachers shared how the district’s middle school continuous progress report card is structured to report both student growth in academic knowledge, daily performance and habits of learning.
PAMLE is a statewide organization that represents and supports professionals, parents and others interested in the educational and developmental needs of youth ages 10-15.