Why leader learning matters
As a school leader, you can get so focused on student learning that you overlook your own learning. But the instructional leadership team at MAS Charter School see a direct connection between leader learning and teachers’ and students’ ability to succeed.
“If we expect students to always learn and grow, we, as teachers and leaders, have to do the same.” —Principal JoAnn Mitchell
Elementary Kindergarten and First Grade College Chant Off!!
Friday chant off Kinder/1st grade edition!
They all rocked!! 🎸🎶
6th and 7th Grade Friday College Chant Off!
While I might be biased, I have to say that Tran and Kilmer’s ASU has won this week’s Friday Chant Off! The 6th and 7th Grade’s hallway after 1st period on Friday always brings the school spirit!
MAS Charter School was honored by the visited from Secretary of Education Christopher Ruszkowski on Friday, August 25, 2017 during Secretary Ruszkowski’s Straight A Express Tour! The Straight A Express Tour is a celebration of New Mexico’s best schools! The tour will travel to more than 50 school districts across the state and MAS Charter School was honored by a Day Two visit on this tour! MAS’ 11th and 12th grade students had the privilege of unveiling our “A” banner with Secretary Ruszkowski! MAS celebrates our THIRD CONSECUTIVE A this year!! MAS Charter School….Putting the “A” in Achievement!
NM’s Governor Susana Martinez visited MAS Charter School on the first day of school for the 2017-2018 school year to present each of the 1st graders with a book and some encouragement to keep reading, learning, and achieving “A” grades. The Governor, pictured here with JoAnn Mitchell, Principal/Founder/Executive Director of MAS Charter School, toured the school and observed teachers and students in MAS’ elementary program. MAS Charter School is rated as an “A” school three years in a row!
Congratulations to MAS Charter School’s very own teacher leader Julia Burrola, a 2nd/3rd Grade Math teacher at MAS Charter School who was one out of only 15 teachers in New Mexico selected to be on the 2017-2018 Secretary’s Teacher Advisory. New Mexico ‘s Secretary of Education, Christopher Ruszkowski, visited Julia in her classroom on the first day of school for the 2017-2018 school year!