RS Students, Staff Attend Innovation Summit

Reeds Spring High School students Austin Bradfield, Taylor Bullis, and Madee Kelley give a presentation at the GOCSD Innovation Summit.
Reeds Spring High School students Austin Bradfield, Taylor Bullis, and Madee Kelley give a presentation at the GOCSD Innovation Summit.

 

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REEDS SPRING, Mo. – Students and staff members from the Reeds Spring School District were among the more than 700 people who attended last week’s inaugural GOCSD Innovation Summit in Springfield.

GOCSD stands for Greater Ozarks Cooperating School Districts, a consortium of 26 southwest Missouri schools who collaborate and share resources to ensure educational opportunities are maximized.

The summit challenged school leaders to discover innovative strategies which improve teaching and learning. Several Reeds Spring students and teachers gave presentations showing the successful practices already in use.

 

Reeds Spring superintendent Michael Mason receives a GOCSD charter member plaque from Dr. Jason Dial, the GOCSD Board President.
Superintendent Michael Mason receives a GOCSD charter member plaque from Dr. Jason Dial, board president.

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