GISD teachers, administration and the school board enjoyed a meal and program with the theme, “Education: Not just for Students — It takes a community.” Charlie Bazan, FPC Director of Family Ministries spearheaded the event.
GISD Superintendant and guest speaker Lane Ledbetter spoke about the challenges he faces today and the strengths of the district. He and other school administration leaders must pave the way by addressing the many challenges that educators face today.
The priorities of GISD educators is to provide more student-center learning, and at
the same time, to use curriculum required by the state. Another priory is early intervention for disadvantage students. (Read more in the Aug. 31 edition of The Graham Leader.)