Peculiar Elementary School and Stonegate Elementary School were honored last week for their commitment to professional learning.
Sixteen schools from across the state were named Professional Learning Communities Exemplary Schools for outstanding performance in implementing professional learning. The schools, which promote cultures focused on collaborative learning while using data to increase student achievement, were recognized Jan. 30-31 during the Powerful Learning Conference.
Superintendent Dr. Kari Monsees said the honor is a reflection of dedicated effort by staff members to ensure improvement in student learning.
In 2017, Creekmoor Elementary School, Shull Elementary School, and Timber Creek Elementary School were honored as Exemplary Schools. In 2016, Raymore Elementary School and Eagle Glen Intermediate School were honored.
Teacher Tammy Novak and Principal Rob Weida from Peculiar Elementary are pictured at the conference.