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Friday, November 10, 2006

Let's get blogging...

The Talladega City Schools Roundtable Advisory Board met on November 9th to continue discussions and make plans concerning improvements to our system.

This powerful board consisting of school representatives and members of the community believes we have a strong school district and is actively involved in making it even better. Their efforts are very much appreciated!

One plan of action you will soon notice is additional blog postings from within the schools. Principals will receive a hand in "sharing the good news" with the help of school bloggers! No one knows more about the wonderful things happening in our 7 schools than the employees that walk the halls each day. If you know of something you think is worth "blogging about" please share it with your school blogger.

Those dedicated people are as follows:
Hal Henderson- Sandy Sims
Young- Joy Bittle
Graham- Jody Parker
Houston- Leah Stephens
Salter- Jenni Griffin
THS-Dr. Trellys Riley and Monte Abner
**Ellis Jr. High contact will be announced at a later date.

Another way you can assist in our efforts to promote TCS is by helping parents find the community blog (www.talladegacityschools.blogspot.com). Posting the web address on newsletters, parent notes, progress reports, and various other forms of communication will really give parents something to talk about!

Graham Hadley, managing editor for the Daily Home, took time out of his busy schedule to share tips on how we could better promote our school system. One bit of information he shared was that schools can not only send in A and AB Honor roll names, but they may also send the names of students who make an A in conduct. This would be a sure way to recognize more students for their success in school.

A special thanks goes out to Dr. Frank Buck who began the blogs as a means to connect every person in our school system and community with instant information. All one needs is access to the internet.

Thank you for visiting the blog today! It is making a difference in Talladega City Schools.

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