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Charlotte Campbell

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Gadsden City Schools

HQ Phone:  (256) 549-2954

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Gadsden City Schools

1026 Chestnut Street

Gadsden, Alabama,35901

United States

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www.gadsdentimes.com

Director of Instructional Services Charlotte Campbell said substitute teaching might be a good way for many who are out of work to make ends meet until they can find permanent employment, or for part-time employees to fill in more hours each week.
"There are just so many people who are out of jobs right now, and it would be wonderful for them to sign up to be a sub," she said.


www.gadsdentimes.com

"It's kind of like a drug store," said Charlotte Campbell, director of instructional services for the Gadsden City School System.


www.tuscaloosanews.com [cached]

The 45-minute workshop was sponsored by Harcourt-Brace, the publishers of the reading textbooks for kindergarten through fifth grade, said Charlotte Campbell, director of instructional services for Gadsden schools.Parent Rita Woody, who has a daughter at Adams Elementary and another at Litchfield High, said she thought the workshop was very educational."More parents should have come out," she said.


www.gadsdentimes.com [cached]

Charlotte Campbell, Gadsden's director of instructional services, announced the news at Tuesday night's school board meeting. Grant funds were made available through the U.S. Department of Education's Reading First program, a national initiative to help elementary pupils become successful readers through the use of research-based programs. Although Donehoo, Striplin, Adams, Thompson, Walnut Park and Floyd elementary schools qualified to receive assistance from the grant, Campbell said only two of the schools will immediately begin receiving materials and training. Several factors placed Donehoo and Striplin ahead of the other schools in receiving assistance first, including completion of the Reading Initiative re-certification, previous training in the use of the DIBELS (Dynamic Indication of Basic Early Literacy Skills) assessment and receipt of a Reading Excellence grant.


www.theaasb.org [cached]

Charlotte Campbell, director of instructional services and public relations for the Gadsden Board of Education, said she always tells new teachers that the most important thing they can do is call their students' parents immediately and establish a good relationship with them from the outset."Almost always, their response is … ‘You've got to be kidding.I have X number of students.I don't have time for that.'" she said.


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