Clinton High School EAST wins Cornerstone Award for Student Growth & Engagement
Clinton High School’s EAST program recently received the EAST Initiative Cornerstone Award for Student Growth & Engagement. Clinton EAST Facilitator, Jennifer Fleming stated, “I am extremely proud of my students and the hard work they have put in not only this year but the past several years. They definitely deserve this award.”
The Cornerstone Award winners will be recognized during this year’s virtual EAST Conference. Since winners have already been announced, EAST Conference is a time of celebration. As part of that celebration, each Cornerstone Award winner will have the opportunity to present an educational session at the virtual event.
About the EAST Initiative
The EAST Initiative’s mission is to provide all learners the opportunity to have relevant, individualized, life-changing educational experiences. It establishes and supports classrooms built on the principle that students can actively determine their own learning when challenged to help their community and empowered by sophisticated technology. Headquartered in Little Rock, EAST currently serves 260 schools in four states. Additionally, the organization offers training to EAST students and professional development for EAST educators, as well as for traditional classroom teachers, regardless of subject area or grade level. To learn more visit www.eastinitiative.org or www.facebook.com/east.initiative