Conway Schools' district leaders inspire fellow educators as they share teaching strategies and instructional protocols at an Educational Leadership Conference.
Arkansas teachers, administrators, and other educational professionals met together to discuss curriculum and instruction at the AACIA Leadership Conference Friday afternoon.
Conway's Director of Instructional Services Debbie Bunting shared the district's "Ready to Intervene" (RTI) protocols with the group.
"It was an honor to share the district level work for RTI. The presentation was a testament to the skillful work our administrators and teachers have engaged in this year," Bunting said.
Other members of the Conway Schools' staff led breakout sessions to share various strategies and methods used here in Conway with success this year.
Instructional Facilitator Jacob Sisson showed fellow educators some of the work he is doing with teachers and students at Carl Stuart Middle School.
"So honored to share on the powerful work of RTI Conway is leading for our state. A great opportunity to collaborate and network with other professional leaders," Sisson said.
Theodore Jones Principal Tammy Woosley led the closing for the conference, reminding educators of the importance of the work they do in the lives of the students.
"We are here for ALL kids to learn at high levels so they will be ready for the world they will work in years from
now," said Woosley.