Attendees visited the Celebration of Learning, interactied with students and teachers at King, and attended workshops facilitated by King's faculty. The seminar is co-sponsored by Expeditionary Learning.
Karen MacDonald - Maine Teacher of the Year- meets with the President in Washington May 2014
Windsor 7 LA Teacher Karen MacDonald is in the capitol this week, with her couterparts from 49 other states, in recognition and celebration of her role as Maine Teacher of the Year. The week culminates in a ceremony at the White House hosted by President Obama, which will be streamed live on whitehouse.gov at 2 pm on Thursday.
Follow Karen this week, and throughout the year, on her blog.
With standardized assessments out of the way and the weather warming, our students have kicked off learning expeditions in each grade. To get an overview of what's happening around the building -- and in the field -- visit On Expedition.
Karen MacDonald, a teacher at King Middle School, was named Maine’s 2014 Teacher of the Year at a surprise assembly on September 10. Maine Education Commissioner Stephen Bowen made the announcement to King students and staff, elected officials and other dignitaries who packed the school cafeteria. More
Principal Mike McCarthy explains King's transition to Standards-Based Grading for Fall 2013
“PBS Newshour” featured King Middle School this week as part of its national nightly news program.
A “Newshour” crew began taping the Windsor 8 expedition at King in the early fall. The segment is the first of two parts describing an eighth grade learning expedition titled “reVOLT.” The second part will be broadcast at a date to be announced.
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For student stories, breaking news, and expedition updates, check out News from the Blog in the center column of this page.
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