Please help us get the word out about our upcoming Teacher Job Fair!
11 days ago, WDMESC
teacher job fair
Early Childhood Special Services Program at WDMESC has an opening for a paraprofessional position. This person needs to have a minimum of a high school diploma and bilingual, with proficiency in Spanish. Experience working with early childhood children is a plus, but not a requirement. Training will be provided. If interested, please send resume' to Dr. Suzanne Bailey at sbailey@wdmesc.org.
13 days ago, WDMESC
WDMESC Director Brad Horn and Assistant Director/TCC Leasha Hayes attended DESE’s Annual Report to the Public with the State Board and ESSA Steering Committee. Schools on the Move from across the state were recognized.
16 days ago, WDMESC
Annual report to the public
Annual report to the public
Annual report to the public
Annual report to the public
Wilbur Mills Co-op and Northwest Co-op are teaming up for STEAM Week, November 7-11! The link below will take you to a flyer with links to several STEAM activities. These can be used in your classroom, shared with students to do on their own, or adapted to something you are doing in your classroom. In the middle of the week, we will have Real World Wednesday. Starting at 9:00 am that day, we will have live zooms with people who are currently working in a STEAM field. If you don't have time to watch them live, we will be recording each of the zoom sessions and will send out links later in the week. You can watch as many or as few as you like at your convenience. Click the following link for STEAM Activities and Real World Wednesday https://bit.ly/3DLESGz
19 days ago, WDMESC
STEAM Week
We loved having our high school students on campus for WDMESC's High School Chess Tournament!
23 days ago, WDMESC
WDMESC's High School Chess Tournament
Another great group of students competed in WDMESC's Elementary Chess Tournament this week!
23 days ago, WDMESC
WDMESC Elementary Chess Tournament
Dr. Tony Thurman of Cabot and Dr. Chris Nail of Beebe present to aspiring superintendents at AAEA's 2022 Aspiring Superintendent Program.
about 1 month ago, WDMESC
Dr. Tony Thurman, Cabot
Dr. Chris Nail, Beebe
Family Mental Health Night October 19, 2022, 6:00-7:00 PM The ADE, in partnership with the Cook Center for Human Connection, ARConnectNow, and Arkansas Trauma Resource Initiative for Schools (TRIS), will host this FREE, one-hour, virtual event. This event will introduce parents, students, and educators to free resources to support youth mental-health concerns. This event will also provide a forum for participants to ask questions anonymously. To register, visit https://bit.ly/ADE-FMHN
about 1 month ago, WDMESC
Family Mental Health Night
Did you know that last year our area schools supported over 600 students experiencing homelessness? This year we expect that number to exceed 1000. If your business, community organization, or you as an individual would like to support your school with these needs please complete the form linked below. Immediate needs include clothing, hygiene supplies, gift cards for food or gas, and medical services. For more information you may contact Tuer Kennard at tkennard@wdmesc.org or call 501-882-5467 extension 2260. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSf3P7IfyAfu-fX2af7SKbjegrv-sZmnmUlY_ewaj-7yoK7tHg/viewform?usp=sf_link
about 1 month ago, WDMESC
Math and Science Specialists, along with parent volunteers worked with the White County Iris Society to support 3rd grade students at McRae Elementary in Searcy. Students were able to choose an iris and learn to plant and care for them. Plants will be sent home in the Spring.
3 months ago, Ben Carrigan
Science teachers came together to learn about the AR K-12 science standards and how to engage students with a phenomenon at the start of a lesson. #ExploreBeforeExplain
4 months ago, Ben Carrigan
Science and Math Specialists from WDMESC are supporting Robots and Rockets Camp at Harding University. Over 50 middle school students from all across the co-op are attending the STEM focused camp.
4 months ago, Ben Carrigan
Erik Francis of Solution Tree leads WDMESC teachers in Deconstructing Depth of Knowledge.
4 months ago, WDMESC
Erik Francis
Erik Francis
Erik Francis
Erik Francis
WDMESC welcomes Dr. Ruby Payne #emotionalpoverty #drrubypayne #ahaprocess
4 months ago, WDMESC
Emotional Poverty
Dr Ruby Payne
The Arkansas Leadership Academy and WDMESC along with Beebe School District provided Data-Informed Leadership Training for educators.
4 months ago, WDMESC
Data-informed leadership training
Data-informed leadership training
PD SESSIONS LOCATION CHANGES Trauma Informed Education, July 20, 2022 will be held at the Cabot School District Fine Arts Auditorium, 401 N Lincoln St, Cabot, AR 72023 (by the football field) Emotional Poverty, July 21, 2022, will be held at the Cabot School District Fine Arts Auditorium, 401 N Lincoln St, Cabot, AR 72023 (by the football field)
4 months ago, WDMESC
PD SESSIONS LOCATION CHANGES Trauma Informed Education, July 20, 2022 will be held at the Cabot School District Fine Arts Auditorium, 401 N Lincoln St, Cabot, AR 72023 (by the football field) Emotional Poverty, July 21, 2022, will be held at the Cabot School District Fine Arts Auditorium, 401 N Lincoln St, Cabot, AR 72023 (by the football field)
4 months ago, WDMESC
PD SESSIONS LOCATION CHANGES Trauma Informed Education, July 20, 2022 will be held at the Cabot School District Fine Arts Auditorium, 401 N Lincoln St, Cabot, AR 72023 (by the football field) Emotional Poverty, July 21, 2022, will be held at the Cabot School District Fine Arts Auditorium, 401 N Lincoln St, Cabot, AR 72023 (by the football field)
4 months ago, WDMESC
Wilbur D. Mills Early Childhood Special Education Department is seeking applicants for the following positions: >Teacher >Paraprofessional >Speech >Administrative Assistant: knowledge in Medicaid billing, eSchool/eFinance a plus. For more information contact Dr. Suzanne Bailey at 501-882-5467 ext. 4223 or sbailey@wdmesc.org.
5 months ago, WDMESC
Museum of Discovery Making and Tinkering 101 professional learning with educators. Topics include squishy circuits, light and shadow theater, book binding, and plastics. Teachers get to experience and reflect on classroom practice.
5 months ago, Ben Carrigan
Journal creation to keep up with all of our notice and wondering, diagrams, and models
Exploring the phenomenon of electricity and circuits using Squishy circuits.
Light and Shadow Theater