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American Education Week | Nov 15-19 | THANK YOU

American Education week exists to celebrate the potential of all American Students, recognize and give thanks to the teachers and professionals working within the education system as well as honoring the parents and guardians who support and encourage.  It also works to continuously improve the education system and ensure that learning is lifelong and not just restricted to a classroom!

At Christina School District we are proud to honor our faculty and staff, working hard every day to educate every student for success.

 Tuesday, November 16: Family Day

On this day, schools across the nation invite parents  to experience what the day is like for their child. 

 Wednesday, November 17: Education Support Professionals Day

We've seen ESPs go well beyond anything we have seen before as they work to meet the needs of our school communities in the midst of a pandemic. On ESP Day, join us to honor and advocate for the ESPs who continue keeping students safe, healthy, and ready to learn. 

Thursday, November 18: Educator for a Day

This year, having community members come into the classroom is not an option for many schools as they implement their distance learning or building reopening plans. However, educators can be creative about marking the day in other ways.

 Friday, November 19: Substitute Educators Day

These professional educators provide a critical link in the education of public school children by serving as a bridge to provide continued quality education to children in the temporary absence of regular classroom educators.

Thank you for keeping our students safe, healthy, and ready to learn. We are all in this together!


Dan Shelton, Ed.D. | Superintendent | Christina School District