Schools Honored at the Making Schools Work Conference
2019 Gene Bottoms Pacesetter School Awards

News SREB News Release

Ten schools were recognized at the Making Schools Work Conference in Baltimore, Maryland, for their efforts to increase quality instruction and raise student achievement.

The Gene Bottoms Pacesetter Awards recognize schools that implement one of SREB’s Making Schools Work school improvement frameworks and are achieving success in increasing student graduation rates, readiness for college or careers, and credential attainment.

How did each each school achieved the award? Download the releases below for details.

Anderson Five Career Campus
Anderson, South Carolina
engaging students in quality instruction aligned with grade-level standards

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Buckeye Valley Middle School
Delaware, Ohio
creating systems that support a culture of continuous improvement and high expectations

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Grant Career Center
Bethel, Ohio
creating processes to support a culture of continuous improvement

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Mid-America Technology Center
Wayne, Oklahoma
establishing systems that support a culture of continuous improvement and high expectations

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Nicholas County Career and Technical Center
Craigsville, West Virginia
ensuring access to high-quality career pathways that align with students’ interests

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Northland Career Center
Platte City, Missouri
a continuous improvement approach to student achievement

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Pioneer Career & Technology Center
Shelby, Ohio
establishing systems that support a culture of continuous improvement

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St. Marys Middle School
St. Marys, Georgia
engaging each student in all classrooms through quality instruction aligned with grade-level readiness standards

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Steubenville High School
Steubenville, Ohio
creating access to high-quality career pathways for each student

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Susquehanna County Career & Technology Center
Springville, Pennsylvania
establishing a culture of continuous improvement

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