Deb Henton

Three media and technology instructional coaches from North Branch Area Public Schools presented at TIES last week to colleagues across the state about our WIN (What I Need) professional development opportunities for staff. The presentation was well received from school districts around the state. WIN is a personally customized professional development opportunity for the 2013-14 [...]

facebook icon
twitter icon
comments icon

Happy new year to all! I hope your 2014 is starting out well for you and your family. It is certainly starting out well for your school district; we have much to look forward to this year. In fact, we are already looking forward to celebrating the Sunrise River School staff, students, and families. As [...]

facebook icon
twitter icon
comments icon

It’s the time of year when we reflect on things we are grateful for, and as I contemplate that question, its hard to know where to begin. Of course, I am so grateful for my family, my husband, children, and grandkids. They are my greatest support system and never fail to remind me what life [...]

facebook icon
twitter icon
comments icon

North Branch Area Public Schools (NBAPS) is losing a very important member of its family in Kim Salo. Words can hardly do justice to this loss. Kim’s service to the school board began in 1998, but her service to the community began as a levy supporter even before that. Her experience in working on a [...]

facebook icon
twitter icon
comments icon

Recently, we received a phone call from a parent concerned about the disregard people have for parking regulations at our sites. This individual noted that people are parking in handicapped parking spaces, leaving cars in no parking zones, and committing other parking violations as well. This is a problem and we share this individual’s frustration. [...]

facebook icon
twitter icon
comments icon

This week is American Education Week, with each day of the week dedicated to specific groups involved in the education of a child, including parents (Nov. 19), education support professionals (Nov. 20), educators (Nov. 21), and substitute educators (Nov. 22). The best part of American Education Week is it recognizes that many people play a [...]

facebook icon
twitter icon
comments icon
up arrow
up arrow