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Every Child, Every Day: Strategies for ensuring high levels of learning for all students

West Side Elementary School, a Model PLC School in Rossville, GA, has a clear mission: ensure high levels of learning for all students. In this high-impact webinar, West Side’s principal Robert Mountjoy and assistant superintendent of Catoosa County Public Schools, Dr. Kim Nichols, sit down with us to share strategies for building a collaborative culture committed to learning for all.

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Time: 2:00 p.m. EDT

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Every Child, Every Day: Strategies for ensuring high levels of learning for all students

West Side Elementary School, a Model PLC School in Rossville, GA, has a clear mission: ensure high levels of learning for all students. In this high-impact webinar, West Side’s principal Robert Mountjoy and assistant superintendent of Catoosa County Public Schools, Dr. Kim Nichols, sit down with us to share strategies for building a collaborative culture committed to learning for all.

In this webinar, Robert and Kim will share how they:

  • Align their school and district’s guiding principles with staff actions
  • Create buy-in among members of their school community
  • Empower teams to work collaboratively
  • Provide and support ongoing professional learning through resources like Global PD

About the Presenters
Robert Mountjoy served as a classroom teacher, coach, assistant principal, and principal during his 14 years as an educator. For the past three years, he served as the principal of West Side Elementary School in Catoosa County, Georgia. Believing that everyone has genius and that every student can learn at high levels, Mr. Mountjoy led West Side Elementary to be recognized by Solution Tree as a Model PLC School in 2020 and by Franklin Covey Education as a Leader in Me Lighthouse School in 2021.

Kim Nichols, EdD, currently serves as an assistant superintendent in Ringgold, Georgia. Other experience includes classroom teacher, elementary principal, and school improvement specialist. Under her leadership 12 schools became PLC Model Schools and the school system a PLC Model School District.


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Product Code: EWP181

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