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New South Tama Partners in Education program kicks off

1st in Series of Recognition Business and Organization Membership

May 7, 2019
The Chronicle , Toledo Chronicle, Tama News-Herald

About South Tama Partners in Education and how it is set up:

South Tama Elementary Principal Brad Schweppe is heading up the new Partners in Education Program.

The purpose of the STC Partners in Education (STC PIE) program is to enhance the educational experiences for all of our students, and to keep the community informed of and engaged in the development of our young people.

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Members of South Tama County schools new Partners in Education Program were recognized on Tuesday evening, April 23, at the regular meeting of the school board. Four business groups were recognized. Presenting the award were Chris Collins (left) assistant STC Elementary principal and Vanessa Rivera (right), elementary school at-risk liaison. Noting how The State Bank of Toledo’s true commitment to our community by partnering in education, with their entire management team present to receive their recognition plaque, were (l-r) Kelly Smith, executive vice president, Michelle Werner, vice president, John Kavalier, president and Jerimi Kopsa, senior vice president. Watch for next new Partner in Education next week.
Chronicle/John Speer

Businesses and organization can become official Partners in Education by expressing interest to school or district administration, and completing a simple partnership commitment form. After the paperwork, someone from the district will call to discuss the process with you and answer any questions you may have.

Once all of your questions are answered and the superintendent has approved your request, you will be scheduled into the agenda at a STC school board meeting where board members can publicly recognize your organization and present you with a plaque to hang in your business. Organizers realize that a great education can have a positive impact on the whole community, and that it is our obligation to do anything we can to provide that.

Our students will learn better, grow faster, and become better prepared for the future with your help.

 
 
 

 

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