Two Reeds Spring Schools Honored for Professional Learning

January 26, 2016

Reeds Spring Primary School and Reeds Spring Intermediate School were two of 16 schools in Missouri honored for their commitment to professional learning.

The Department of Elementary and Secondary Education named these schools Professional Learning Communities Exemplary Schools for outstanding performance in implementing professional learning. 
These schools, which promote cultures focused on collaborative learning while effectively using data to increase student achievement, were recognized during the Powerful Learning Conference January 25-26 at Lake of the Ozarks. 

“These educators are focused on creating schools that foster growth and enhance learning opportunities for their children," said Commissioner of Education Margie Vandeven.

The 2015-16 award winners are:

Reeds Spring Intermediate School, Reeds Spring R-IV School District
Reeds Spring Primary School, Reeds Spring R-IV School District
Blanchard Elementary School, Cape Girardeau 63 School District
Bismarck R-V Elementary School, Bismarck R-V School District
David H. Hickman High School, Columbia 93 School District
Eagle Glen Intermediate School, Raymore-Peculiar R-II School District
Garrett Elementary School, Hazelwood School District
Highland Elementary School, Lewis County C-1 School District
Julia Goldstein Early Childhood, School District of University City
Martin Warren Elementary School, Warrensburg R-VI School District
McIntire Elementary School, Fulton 58 School District
Montgomery County Middle School, Montgomery County R-II School District
Raymore Elementary School, Raymore-Peculiar R-II School District
Russell Hawkins Junior High School, Jackson R-II School District
Southview Elementary School, Kearney R-I School District
Warrensburg High School, Warrensburg R-VI School District
Photo Caption: 
(from left to right) Reeds Spring Intermediate School Principal Jodi Gronvold, RSSD Assistant Superintendent Dr. Chris Templeton, & Reeds Spring Primary School Principal Karen Murray show off their Professional Learning Communities Exemplary Schools awards
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