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Join us in welcoming our newest partners leading the way in organizational excellence. Our coaches work alongside our partners to advance continuous improvement in their organizations. Together we work to facilitate planning and execution of strategic actions to achieve key goals in student success, employee engagement, service, quality and finance.

NEW PARTNERS:

Oakridge Public Schools

Established in 1957, Oakridge Public Schools educates nearly 2,000 students in grades K-12 in Muskegon, MI. Oakridge continually strives to be an example for other school districts to follow by providing an exemplary educational experience to all students. All Oakridge Public School teachers are state-certified, highly-qualified educational professionals that have an average of 13 years of experience. Nearly half of them hold a master’s degree and are backed by an administration that lets them teach their way, the way their students learn best while providing the tools and assistance in the classroom they need and deserve to continuously improve. Oakridge Public Schools is committed to putting students first and ensuring that the facilities are the safest places a child can be by doing everything possible to build an environment that is tailored to the needs of their students.

 

Winona Area Public Schools

The Winona Area Public Schools (WAPS), located in Winona, MN, take pride in the exceptional experiences and academics offered to their students. From their focus on achievement and excellence in all they do, innovations geared toward the future and making each student feel safe and valued, great things happen at WAPS. The offerings for students in academics, fine arts and athletics allow everyone to find an opportunity that fits their interests. The district strives to have one community of lifelong learners, engaged in creating their culture, where all are safe, valued and accountable to one another for success.

 

Tarleton State University

With its main campus in Stephenville, TX, an hour southwest of Fort Worth, Tarleton State University offers the value of a Texas A&M University System degree with its own brand of personal attention, individual opportunities, history, tradition and community. Tarleton is a vibrant learning community with nearly 100 undergraduate and graduate degrees, as well as a doctorate in education, within seven academic colleges. Tarleton has extended the reach of state-supported, affordable education by expanding online undergraduate and graduate programs and classes in Waco, Midlothian and Fort Worth, TX. Recent additions to the main Stephenville campus include a state-of-the-art nursing building and a new $25 million living and learning residence hall for 500 students. Tarleton’s research centers include the renowned Texas Institute for Applied Environmental Research and the Southwest Regional Dairy Center. Tarleton State University provides an academically challenging education where learning is grounded in real-world experiences and effective teaching, research, scholarship and service. Tarleton is rich in history and tradition while being committed to student success and diversity. Tarleton strives to develop moral and ethical thinkers, scholars and leaders who demonstrate civility and integrity while contributing meaningfully and responsibly to a global society.

 

Metro Technology Centers

Metro Technology Centers is a career and technology center with four campuses. The school was established in 1979 by a vote of the people to serve Oklahoma City in providing career and technology education (CTE). The Oklahoma CTE system was created in the 1960s as a third, publicly-supported education branch with its own Oklahoma State Board of Career and Technology Education and Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education. Metro Tech is one of 29 technology centers in the state of Oklahoma. Metro Tech provides full-time career majors for high school and adult students. High school students receive credit toward high school graduation. Both student groups can earn trade certifications and/or licenses. Short-term adult and career development courses can be one to 100 hours on any subject where a need has been identified. Customized courses are provided to promote personal, economic and organizational development for industry-specific training and development clients. Other services provided by Metro Tech include career and business counseling, assessment, financial aid, employment services, computerized academic centers including ESL (English as a Second Language), child care, disability services and bus transportation. Metro Tech also provides special programs for high school dropout recovery and prevention (Metro Career Academy), the transition from government assistance to the workplace and GED preparation.

 

Atlanta Public Schools

Atlanta Public Schools (APS) mission is through a caring culture of equity, trust and collaboration, every student will graduate ready for college, career and life. Located in Atlanta, Georgie, the district strives to be a high-performing school district where students love to learn, educators inspire, families engage and the community trusts the system. APS is organized into nine high school clusters with distinct feeder patterns. Unlike split-feeder patterns, the cluster model allows all students attending a particular elementary school to matriculate to the same middle school and students enrolled at that middle school will matriculate to the same high school. Atlanta Public Schools has 91 learning sites, including 58 neighborhood schools, six partner schools, 18 charter schools, two citywide single-gender academies and three alternative programs. As of July, 2019, district enrollment is approximately 52,000 students.

 

Porterville Unified School District

Located in Tulare County, California, the Porterville Unified School District (PUSD) provides students a dynamic, engaging and effective educational experience that prepares them with the skills to be productive citizens in a global society. The district is made up of 11 elementary schools, five middle schools, eight high schools (including a charter school, magnet academy and military academy) and an adult high school. PUSD also offers preschool opportunities to eligible children ages three and four in the Porterville community across seven campuses. Graduates of PUSD develop and demonstrate critical thinking and problem-solving skills; cultural awareness and the ability to collaborate with diverse groups; technical skills in digital media applications and information management; effective communication skills of listening, speaking and writing; creativity and innovation; Leadership, self-management and organizational skills obtained through real-world applications and community involvement; Adaptability, responsibility and ethical behaviors; and the ability to navigate the global world of work and further their education.

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