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"Team Miami – College Partnerships"

FMS College Partnerships

The Miami Redhawks have had the benefit of learning this year alongside a hard-working student teacher from BGSU, Miss Cassie Bringman. The college senior has been working this year with Team Miami teacher, Miss Williams, to develop her teaching skills through the English Language Arts curriculum.

“I love the creativity of teaching Language Arts, because you can express your opinions in so many ways with different styles of writing strategies. Exploring Language Arts offers students choices and flexibility to look at topics from different perspectives,” says Miss Bringman. In fact, one of Miss Williams’ favorite lessons she observed her student teacher present was a lesson on “point of view”. Students were given a stack of pictures and wrote short stories from the point of view of the photos they chose. Miss Bringman’s favorite lesson was a day spent working at poetry stations. Students could barely contain their excitement and pride running up to share their creative expressions with her. “It was as rewarding for me as it was for them!”

Collaboration among the college-level communities and the quality teachers within our district provide a win-win situation for veterans, new teachers, and students alike. “Having a student teacher is a valuable experience because you are able to learn about new trends in education and better prepare future educators with lessons that can’t be learned in a college classroom. It also gives students a young role model to look up to,” states Miss Williams. Miss Bringman explains that her goal is “to be an amazing support system like Miss Williams was to me.” Her mentor encouraged her to try new strategies, and if a lesson didn’t go as planned, to reflect on the parts that DID work and to determine why some plans didn’t work as well. Miss Williams allowed the novice to experience the unexpected, guiding her to grow, find value and be flexible with all opportunities that students and each new day presents.

The Miami Redhawks are grateful for the opportunity to work with Miss Bringman and we sincerely wish her great success and happiness in her new career!

Pictured L to R:
Front: Miss Bringman, Miss Williams, Brody Abdoo,
Row 2: McKenzie Miller, Mariah Upton, Jakaia Harper-Horn, Emma Durbin
Back: Alexis Huff, Ella Klein, Alex Ernsberger

Next Board of Education Meeting-Regular Meeting-May 2, 2016-5:30p.m.-Fremont Middle School,1250 North Street

District Report Card 2014-2015

Dear Fremont Community,

The Ohio Department of Education recently released the District’s report card from the 2014-2015 academic year. I feel that it is necessary for me to address some of my concerns with that report.

Fremont City Schools, as well as other Ohio districts, has discovered many errors with the data reported. As well, the reliability and validity of last year’s testing process has also raised serious concerns. Last year, students were tested on new content (Ohio’s Learning Standards) in new assessment formats. Students also spent considerably more time testing than in previous years. Faced with a wide range of concerns from school districts, the Ohio Department of Education identified so many problems with the PARCC test that they are no longer using that assessment.

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