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SMUHSD Teachers Receive Light Award

Light Award LogoWe are extremely proud for the work of several of our SMUHSD teachers and colleagues from other districts for their work with the Spanish for Native Speakers Professional Learning Community. This team of teachers has won a Light Award. Comprised of six teachers at four different schools in San Bruno, San Mateo, and Santa Cruz, the team has made it their mission over the past two years to develop a way to share learnings, lend support, and develop materials together for this crucial but under-resourced field. Now in the final year of their LIGHT Awards project, they are presenting their pedagogical work at conferences. They are also planning to continue the personal and professional alliance that they now share. In the words of the participating teachers, their LIGHT Awards grant helped build a strong, sustainable community of like-minded teachers. Watch the video to learn more.

Posted by: Sheri Costa-Batis Published:6/14/17
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