PTA and Partners in Educaton

Clark Creek Elementary PTA board members  2016-2017


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Co-President:  Abril Armendariz,
Co-President:  Kathy Sanders
Vice President – Communication: Kendra Stevenson
Vice President – Membership: Nanet Jimenez
Vice President – Parental Involvement (Events):  Lawanda Crane
Vice President – Support (Volunteers): Nicole Harwell
Secretary (Scribe): Jeff Coleman
Treasurer: Stacey Josef

 


Clark Creek Elementary Partners in Education

Burton Energy Group – STEM Professional Development Panel; Career Day; 5th grade engineering lessons that focus on redesign, revision, and improvement

Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area – Collaborative partner support for outdoor classroom and in-school field trips

Enercon EngineeringCherokee County Partner of the Year 2016 – STEM Professional Development Panel; Career Day; Equipment Donations; Ongoing Project Based Learning Collaboration and Support related to Nuclear, Mechanical, and Civil Engineering.

Environmental Education Alliance of Georgia – Clark Creek Elementary has been a member of the EEA since 2013 with teachers presenting at conferences and the Outdoor Classroom Symposium. EEA is providing support on the installation of a schoolyard fruit orchard.

Etowah High School – Etowah’s math and science honor societies have partnered with CCES for an annual Math Carnival, the Sprouting STEMs program, and tutoring by student volunteers. The CTAE Architecture/Engineering program collaborated with the 3rd grade students, and the science department has offered professional development for the Clark Creek faculty.

Funk Heritage Center – Collaborative partner support for outdoor classroom

Northside Hospital – Cherokee – STEM Professional Development Panel; Career Day; In-School Field Trips; Partnered with CCES to certify our school as a Heart Safe School

Project WET – Two on staff  Project WET facilitators; provided curriculum resources and training for multiple teachers; Clark Creek was named Project WET School of the Year in 2015.

Upper Etowah River Alliance – In-school field trips; Collaboration on the Clark Creek wetlands adjacent to the school property