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Dr. Janice Williams

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Claiborne Parish Schools

Employment History

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Alliance For Education :: Alliance For Education, 17 Mar 2014 [cached]
Superintendent Janice Williams, Claiborne Parish Schools
The Guardian-Journal Headlines and News Briefs, 11 Nov 1999 [cached]
"We have roads that are closed and washed out, and ones that are covered in water," said Claiborne Parish Superintendent of Schools Dr. Janice Williams.
Pictured in back from left are: Jerry McAfee, bus 71 for Haynesville, Renee Boyle, bus 81 for Homer, Valerie Holyfield, bus 79 for Homer, Superintendent Dr. Janice Williams, Valorie Cooper, bus 72 for Haynesville and Transportation Supervisor Ronnie McKenzie.
According to Claiborne Parish ..., 16 July 2012 [cached]
According to Claiborne Parish Superintendent of Schools Janice Williams, the arrangement began more than 90 years ago.
"Students closer to Junction City would attend there since there was no bridge or adequate transportation," Williams said.
With the nearest Claiborne Parish-based school - Summerfield, just 10.95 miles away from Junction City, Arkansas schools, Claiborne is also pitching in on transportation costs for the 112 students. In May the district closed the doors of Athens School, a K through 12 facility citing financial strains and a decrease in enrollment numbers. Those students are expected to be routed to Homer -- the seat of Claiborne Parish located roughly 12 miles away.
"This agreement has continued throughout the years, with Claiborne providing supplies upon request," Williams said.
The Guardian-Journal Headlines and News Briefs, 11 Nov 1999 [cached]
Williams: 'Money to follow children'
In last Thursday's regular school board meeting, Claiborne Parish Schools Superintendent Dr. Janice Williams said that the special called election was coming up soon, and asked for the public's support. Slated for November 14, the election will only be for all of Precincts 11 and 81, and part of 08, 10, 21, 22, 92.
If passed, she said, the monies raised from the tax renewal will follow the children of the Pineview School District, which closed last year.
In personnel actions, the school board approved the recommendation from Superintendent Dr. Janice Williams for a graduation coach.
Williams said they received five applicants for the position, which will be part time. His start date began November 9, and will end June 30 of this school year.
According to Williams, he will assist with student attendance, review test data, as well as maintain close contact with the school systems - teachers, students and parents.
Some of the qualifications for the position, Williams said, included a teaching certificate with preference to secondary experience.
According to Williams, these three positions have become available due to the number of students who have transferred into these schools.
Williams says this is mandatory.
"If a payroll check is lost, there is a five-day turn around with replacing that check," Williams said.
"This means communicating with our students using our computers, our email, our fax machines," Williams said.
The Guardian-Journal Headlines and News Briefs, 11 Nov 1999 [cached]
Pictured above are, from left, Claiborne Parish Superintendent of Schools Dr. Janice Williams, Long, Homer Elementary Assistant Principal Debra Winzer and School Board President William Maddox.
Pictured above are Superintendent of Schools Dr. Janice Williams, former Haynesville Elementary Principal Bob Bond, Homer Junior High School Principal Twyla Hilton and School Board President William Maddox.
According to Superintendent of Schools Dr. Janice Williams, the Louisiana Legislature passed Act 54, which is a two year pilot program, which if it works, will become permanent in 2013.
"It links academic achievement to teacher certification among other things," Williams said.
However, Williams, said, due to budget conditions in 2006, the decision was made not to fill those positions as they became vacant.
"I'm of the opinion that we should just follow suit," Williams said.
Linda Mozeke, a teacher with the Claiborne Parish School System, asked Williams if it was feasible to leave Homer High without an assistant principal.
However, Williams said that as these positions become vacant they will not be refilled.
"We worked hard this year to avoid implementing RIF (Reduction In Force)," Williams said.
"We've got to figure out a way to be as productive as we have with less," Williams said.
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