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CJHS awarded BrainPop grant

CJHS staff receiving a check

 

Kristen Pittman, a 7th Grade Inclusion Teacher at Clinton Junior High School, recently received $2,020 of funding from Jackson Area Credit Union for the use of Brain Pop, a differentiation tool that reaches a wide range of students.  Interactive assessments such as built-in games are the most useful because they serve to immediately engage students.  Brain Pop focuses on STEM, English, Math, Health, Arts and Music, Social Studies, and Engineering and Tech for 3rd through 8th Grade. Brain Pop ELL was also purchased for Clinton Junior High School, which focuses on Vocabulary, Grammar, Listening, and Reading and Writing skills. 

 

Pictured from left to right include Kristen Pittman, 7th Grade Inclusion Teacher, Leslie Herrin, 8th Grade Counselor, Tamikia Billings, 8th Grade Principal, and Wayne Cameron from Jackson Area Credit Union.