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And YOU Get a SWIVL, and YOU Get a SWIVL, and YOU Get a SWIVL!

swivl package

Thanks to our NT3 Grant, now all schools have at least one SWIVL in the building, and our pilot schools have even more.  What’s SWIVL?  Watch this short video to learn more. SWIVL can be used to record your National Board videos, to review and evaluate instructional practices during PLCs, for flipped instruction, to provide direct instruction to students who ... Read More »

Thinking about National Board Certification? You are in the Right Place!

Dixon's Poster

During the 2016-17 school year, Newton-Conover received a 2 year grant worth over $140,000.  The purpose of the NT3 Grant is to develop a greater understanding of accomplished teaching across our district through refocusing on the five core propositions of accomplished teaching, the architecture of accomplished teaching, and infusing these elements into our professional development and the fabric of our ... Read More »

K-5 Teachers Receive Professional Development Through NT3 Grant

Angie Sigmon & teachers

Newton-Conover is one of two school districts in North Carolina to receive the National Board NT3 Grant.  This two-year grant provides the district with more than $100,000 to improve teachers’ capacity for deeper understanding of quality teaching.  Resources, coaching, professional development opportunities, and learning experiences are all part of the National Board grant.   Currently, we have 14 National Board ... Read More »

Newton-Conover Receives National Board NT3 Grant

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Newton-Conover received a grant from National Board that will provide the district with $100,000 over two years to develop a sustainable plan to build capacity in teachers by providing focused professional development on accomplished teaching practices.  The goals of the grant include improving teacher quality, preparing teachers for successful completion of National Board Certification, and building teacher leadership.  All three ... Read More »