Sittin' with Madison City Engineering and KTECH Partners
Bob Jones engineering students, Justin Nguyen and Gresham Baker, Bob Jones engineering teacher, Jessye Gaines, and KTECH employees, Robin Dauma and Karl Liggin, join Dr. Nichols in this episode of Sittin' with the Supe. KTECH is a great community partner with Madison City Schools and a licensed private school through the Alabama Community College system where students can learn and gain industry credentials to prepare them for their futures. Visit www.goktech.org to learn more!
Sittin' with our Cyber Technology Teachers
It's International Computer Science Education Week, and our Madison City teachers and students are engaging in all types of fun and meaningful computer science learning, from coding partnerships to guest speakers from the community. To highlight this week, Dr. Nichols sits down with Ms. Kim Straub of James Clemens High School and Mr. Bill McIlwain of Bob Jones High School, to get the scoop on topics like IT fundamentals, networking, and cybersecurity that make up our high school cyber technology courses.
Sittin' with our Principals
Join Dr. Nichols to celebrate National Principal Appreciation Month! In October we celebrate all of the amazing principals who play such an important role in making Madison City Schools the great school district that it is. Dr. Georgina Nelson from Heritage Elementary, Mr. Jamie Hill from Discovery Middle, and Dr. Kerry Donaldson from James Clemens High School share insight into the demanding job of a principal.
Sittin' with Bob Jones Volleyball
Join Dr. Nichols as he sits down with Coach Jenny Jarrett and three members of the nationally ranked volleyball team at Bob Jones High School. Seniors Meg Jarrett, Eliza Tyrrell, and Rachel Mecklenburg share insights about the program and their gained experiences with the team.
Sittin' with Elementary Art and Music Teachers
In this episode of Sittin' with the Supe Dr. Nichols is joined by Audra Loftin, music teacher at Columbia Elementary and Noel Newquist, art teacher at Midtown Elementary. They discuss the recent expansion of the art and music program which has opened up all sorts of new opportunities for teachers and students in Madison City.