Actively engaging students in learning

Every day, educators and support professionals in our public schools work to ensure that each student is actively engaged in learning and is connected to the school and broader community. It's part of a broader effort in public education to meet the needs of the "whole" child.

Meeting the needs of the "whole" child means making sure that every student is healthy, safe, engaged, supported, and challenged. Each value builds on another with the goal of preparing students for the challenges and opportunities that await them.

In the past few issues of Partners Post, we've highlighted stories of how educators and support professionals are working to keep kids healthy and safe. In this issue, we take you to a high school in Adams County where educators are actively engaging students of differing abilities in a physical education class unlike any you've seen.

 

Read more in the November 2016 issue of Partners Post.

 

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