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Roachdale Elementary Principal
Indiana Principals Leadership Academy
The Greencastle Chamber
Bainbridge family plays host to hurricane evacuees
No RIF process expected at North Putnam
Educational grant could help North Putnam scores
The grant is designed to purchase multisensory learning equipment for schools who have high number of special education students. By fall, teachers should be trained to use the equipment they hope will increase the ISTEP scores of mildly disabled students, who are required by the state to take the test. We have received some of the equipment and have been ordering more and doing training," Blumbaum said."We will start to use it in classes in August." Through the grant, the school can purchase $20,000-$30,000 worth of materials including electronic blackboards for the classroom as well as smaller, individual computers, which can read students their material aloud as they follow along in their text books. And once the school has the technology, Blumbaum pointed out, there is no reason it can't be used for the rest of the students as well. "(Multisensory learning) is not just the way a lot of special education kids learn but the way a lot of kids learn,"
Reception planned for
Reception planned for Blubaum (05/11/09)
After 13 years as principal of Roachdale Elementary School, Helen Blubaum is retiring at the end of the school year.
A special reception will be held in
Sarasota County Government
Idaho Association of Building Officials