Educators were delighted to visit with State Department of Education Superintendent, John White, and Assistant Superintendent, Hannah Dietsch at Louisiana Tech/Monroe City TEAM School Sallie Humble Elementary today. The Louisiana Believe and Prepare Program visitors had the opportunity to walk-through mentor/resident co-teaching classrooms, and a roundtable discussion about the full-year clinical residency program followed in the school library. Roundtable participants included Superintendent John White, Louisiana Tech College of Education Dean, Dr. Don Schillinger, Monroe City Schools Superintendent, Dr. Brent Vidrine, MCS Curriculum Coordinator and TEAM District Liaison Serena White, Sallie Humble TEAM School Leader, Lissa Dumas, Mentors Angela Byrd and Lauren Voorhees, Louisiana Tech Clinical Residents Laura Vidrine and Libby Lange, and 16-17 Sallie Humble TEAM alumni Adriane Meggs and April Palmer. Additional recognized guests included Dr. Gary Jones, Board of Elementary and Secondary Education (BESE) President, Dr. Amy Vessel, TEAM Model Clinical Residency Center Director, and distinguished Monroe City supervisors, and school board members.
Louisiana Superintendent of Education, John White, Visits Monroe City School's TEAM School, Sallie Humble Elementary
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