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Funding and Achievement: A National Perspective In the education world, it is very easy to get caught up in your own little world. After all, meeting the diverse needs of all our students can take an extraordinary amount of time, effort and energy. Teachers and Principals must focus on: individual instruction, IEP’s, technology, emotional growth, student activities and even head lice. At the district level, we are often able to step back a little and also look at the state perspective. How do our assessments measure up on the state level? How will our state’s growing budget . . .
Mrs. Brookshire was born and raised in Sedan, Kansas. She was known as Mandy Floyd. She graduated in 1981 from Sedan High School. In 1986, she graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education. After graduating, she moved to North Carolina because it was such a beautiful area. She got married and had twins who are now all grown up. Last year Mrs. Brookshire got remarried. She and her husband decided to move back to her hometown from Asheville, North Carolina. She began her first teaching career in 1994. She has now been a teacher for 22 years. Before moving back here to Sedan, she taught 4th grade . . .
Congratulations to Mrs. Tisha Brown USD 286 Teacher of the Year! A well deserved honor for a great teacher! Mrs. Brown has taught at USD 286 for many years. She is currently the Junior High Social Studies teacher. She is the Blue Devil Cheer Coach. Mrs. Brown is the wife of Brad Brown. She has 3 children, Denton, Jordan, and Megan. Thank you from the students, parents, and staff!
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