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Happenings in Bluemont Hall
OK, admit it! You know you miss this old building! Well, we hope you miss the faculty as well, so we're giving you a glimpse of what's been going on in BH. First are some photos of the Curriculum and Instruction Department's Big Picture Day, held Mar (More)
Just How Cool is Your Content?
We asked a few of your favorite professors why their specific content is so important in schools today. Here are some of their responses: (More)
In the Classroom: Kate Gronquist
  Kate Gronquist is teaching Family and Consumer Sciences at Ulysses High School in Ul (More)
Keep Your Eyes on the Finish Line
With just a little less than two months left in the school year, many of you are about to lose the title of Rookie Teacher. However, don’t overlook those l (More)
A Final To-Do List
While the school calendar may be slipping away, you still have plenty to accomplish in your first year of teaching. Consider these points before you (More)
Don't Miss This Groovy Opportunity
Calling ALL EdCats! Save the date for a FREE opportunity to gather with other early-career teachers June 7! We’re bringin’ it back to Bluemont f (More)
#WeAreEdCats...Check it Out
Have you checked this out yet? Join the fun today! Dr. Tonnie Martinez and others are leading an effort to help beginning teachers like you (More)
In Our Next Issue...
You're about to wind up your first year of teaching! Congratulations! Be sure to read next m (More)
Have You Emailed Us Yet?
Do you have a question about classroom procedures? Or a suggestion for a topic we should address in Before the Bell? Want to add your name to our mailing list? Or prov (More)
Food Preservation Workshop May 1st
Join us for a food preservation workshop in Lincoln on May 1st!  If you are interested in preserving your own food, you will not want to miss out on this fun filled day.  This workshop will be taught by Karen Blakeslee, Rapid Response Coordinator alo (More)
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