Live Score Synergy in Williamstown

Synergy created in Williamstown Independent School District as Administrators, Teachers, and NKCES partner to create 1:1 math experiences with students in Live Scoring sessions.

 

 

Now Hiring at NKCES!

NKCES Employment Opportunities

Controller/Business Manager

Regional School Program Para Educator

Teacher for the Visually Impaired

Behavior/PBIS/Collaboration Professional Learning Coach

Lead Maintenance Worker

Please click NKCES Employment Opportunities for more details and how to apply.

Now Hiring at NKCES!

NKCES Employment Opportunities

Administrative Assistant

Executive Administrative Assistant

English Language Program Consultant

Regional School Program Para Educator

Teacher for the Visually Impaired

Please click NKCES Employment Opportunities for more details and how to apply.

NKU College of Education “Think Tank” presenting Jessica Lynch

Jessica Lynch is a former Private First Class (PFC) in the United States Army and a former Prisoner of War. On March 23, 2003, she was injured and captured by Iraqi forces after her unit was ambushed in Iraq. She was rescued after nine days in captivity on April 1, 2003 by U.S. special operations forces. Jessica’s rescue was the first successful rescue of an American POW since World War II.

Today, Jessica speaks to various groups around the United States about overcoming her obstacles and how perseverance helped her survive. Jessica further explains that despite the most difficult circumstances – whatever they might be – a positive outlook and determination can truly help individuals live fulfilling lives and accomplish their goals.

  

NKCES April Teacher Feature is Rhonda Klette from Scott High School

Rhonda is the Department Chair for Special Education and Head Girls Basketball Coach at Scott High School. She is this month’s NKCES Teacher Feature because of her work with the PASS (Positive Approach to Student Success) Program. Rhonda has been the PASS Coach at Scott for 6 years. After attending a PASS training at the Behavior Institute she brought back the program to implement with her caseload students. With her knowledge and fidelity of implementation, she pioneered the PASS Program into a district-wide initiative and assisted in training and mentoring new PASS Coaches. Rhonda exemplifies PASS Coaching through her collaboration with general education staff, rapport with her students and families, a teacher leader in PASS district-wide, PASS tracker data-based decision making for students, and Why Try Social Skills Instruction in order to build student resiliency.

Congratulations Rhonda and thank you for all you do for Northern Kentucky Students and Families!