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KiDs Beach Club® is an organization on a mission to make Jesus cool at school. KBC has developed a process for empowering the local church to take the Bible into public schools via engaging, after-school clubs that serve the most impressionable among us—children in grades 3 through 6. This podcast is all about why it’s important, what’s involved in the process, and how best to implement the program in your local public school.
 
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As we celebrate the 3rd Anniversary of the Change for Change Initiative getting passed, we sit down with Chief Financial Officer Dr. Ami Desamours to discuss how much the Half Cent Sales Tax has benefited our students and what is next for upgrades and construction in the school district. #LoveLeeSchools #ChangeforChange…
 
On this episode of the LeeSchools TV Podcast, we talk to Dunbar High School Lead Technology Teacher Denise Spence about the 30+ technology certifications that Dunbar students can earn, the tech academy programs offered at Dunbar High and how their students have proven so successful, even on an International level. #LoveLeeSchools…
 
On this episode of the LeeSchools TV podcast, Director of Transportation Roger Lloyd discusses bus stop safety, the effects of COVID-19 on transportation and more.If you or someone you know is interested in applying to be a bus driver for the School District of Lee County, visit leeschools.net/careers/bus_drivers or call 239-590-4023. #LoveLeeSchoo…
 
WBAP Radio Talk Show Host Chris Krok talks about why he uses his giant platform to get the word out about KiDs Beach Club® Krok has partnered with KBC for six years on North Texas Giving Day which has resulted in raising money to purchase more than 5000 Bibles that have been given to kids in public schools through KBC.…
 
Interim Superintendent Dr. Ken Savage discusses the importance of Service Minded Leadership, putting students, teachers and parents first, his climb up the ladder from student to leader in the Lee County School District and how his family's work in the school district has motivated him to put 100% into his work. #LoveLeeSchools…
 
This week we’ll hear an interview with Lincoln High Principal Mark Larson. Jason had a chance to talk to Mark about what the last two months have been like as principal of the largest high school in Lincoln. They talked about those first days when COVID-19 reached Lincoln, the challenges of remote learning, potential silver linings from all of this…
 
This week we’ll hear an interview that our communications colleague BriAna Campbell did with Carrie Foster. Carrie is one of our special education supervisors at LPS and one of the groups she oversees is school psychologists, who play a critical role in the education of so many of our students. Just like all of our educators, they’ve had to adjust …
 
This week we hear about Matt Rinne, a computer science teacher at Pyrtle Elementary. Matt is creating these amazing 10-minute videos that teach elementary students the basics about computer science and coding. If you’ve ever watched any of Bill Nye’s videos, you can definitely see the influence. We are blown away by Matt’s videos. He spends as much…
 
Episode 59 — April 27, 2020 This week we’ll hear about how LPS music teachers and students are spreading the joy of music by recording performances of themselves in their homes, which are then shared with local nursing homes whose residents are unable to experience live performances right now because of COVID-19. Inside the New Classroom: Moore Mid…
 
Executive Director of Strategic Sustainability & Governance Ken Savage joins us to discuss how his new role with the District can help improve the impact schools have on students, why he left the Florida Department of Education to come back to Lee County, and how studying to be a movie director led him to become a teacher.…
 
Allen Park Elementary School 5th grade science and social studies teacher Courtney Black joins us to discuss the amazing experience of students getting the chance to ask real-time questions to an astronaut aboard the International Space Station, what she has in store for next year, and why her favorite subject in school growing up had nothing to do…
 
Dunbar High School Reading Coach Patty Loverock joins us to discuss her experience as a member of the 1976 Canadian Women's Olympic Track & Field team, why she left a career as a Los Angeles health & fitness journalist to come to Lee County, and how she helps students from other countries make gains to meet graduation requirements.…
 
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