Pioneer Wins School Pacesetter Award At Conference

Pioneer Wins School Pacesetter Award At Conference

  • 7/15/2019 12:59:11 PM
  • Sartaj Singh
  • Local News

SHELBY, OH - Pioneer Career and Technology Center was honored at the Southern Regional Education Board's Making Schools Work Conference on July 10th. 

Pioneer won the Gene Bottoms Pacesetter Award. The award recognizes schools that use the High Schools That Work Key Practices to transform teaching and learning, and in turn motivate students to succeed in college, careers, and life. 

Pioneer specifically was recognized for continuous improvement, including their System of Extra Help. The system is a collaborative effort between school leaders, teachers, and counselors to ensure each student receives appropriate support to graduate and be career ready. 

The school was also recognized for their programs that help students with courses they are struggling in as well as having mental health services available to the student body. 

The conference was held in Baltimore, Maryland. The Making Schools Work Conference brings together educators from schools that have implemented the instructional strategies of the Southern Regional Education Board. 

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