Alpha Omega learns about teaching strategies

Published 5:37 pm Friday, October 28, 2016

The Alpha Omega Chapter of Eta State of Delta Kappa Gamma International met on Oct. 6 at The Meeting Place. Twenty-nine members heard second-grade teacher Meredith Williams tell how Chocowinity Primary School is implementing teaching strategies advocated by award-winning educator Ron Clark and the results they are delivering in CPS classrooms. Meredith took home a large basket of school supplies as a thank-you from Alpha Omega Chapter.

In Chapter business, members honored several of their own members: Lois Chenault received her 25-year membership pin. Sally Mann’s 40-year pin will be delivered to her by the Hyde County hostess group. Helen Bonner’s 50-year membership pin will be delivered to her by the Aurora hostess group.

In other business, Pam Hodges gave the legislative update. Vice President Dava Jarman reported on the breakfast held in August for new Beaufort County teachers. Barbara Jones reported that the Alpha Omega website is ready to launch. She gave members detailed information about what the website contains and how members may use it.

The Washington III hostess group, headed by DiAnna Cherry, was in charge of arrangements for the October meeting.