State Supt. Paolo DeMaria Visits Centerville City Schools
By: Staff Blogger
It was a teaching and learning showcase today in Centerville City Schools. State Superintendent Paolo DeMaria joined State Board of Education Vice President Charlotte McGuire to visit learning communities in the Montgomery County district. During the visit, Superintendent DeMaria connected with educators, staff and students at Primary Village North Elementary and Centerville High School.
Primary Village North Elementary earned the State Board of Education’s Overall A Award, which recognizes high performing schools and their efforts to earn this grade on the Ohio School Report Card. Principal Mindy Cline and her education team highlighted the many ways their school promotes building character among its learners. The school emphasizes care plus a commitment to preparing all students for success.
“Superb,” “high-energy” and “dynamic” describe Centerville High School social studies teacher Jason Whited. Mr. Whited is the 2019 Teacher of the Year for State Board of Education District 3. Superintendent DeMaria and State Board Vice President McGuire observed his class and listened to students’ rich discussion of the events leading up to World War II. While at Centerville High School, Superintendent DeMaria interviewed a group of learners to hear how the district includes student insights and viewpoints to strengthen its decision-making and whole child focus.
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