Day 5 RISE Academy
2 days ago, WDMESC
What does a language rich environment look and sound like?
Standards discussion
"AR Math QuEST is a game changer! These ROCK STAR math teachers are digging in and analyzing their Mathematical Teaching Practices along with Access and Equity in Math education!" #ARMathQuEST @cabotsd @Beebe_Schools
13 days ago, WDMESC
AR Math QuEST - Ambitious Teaching
AR Math QuEST - Ambitious Teaching
Effective Math Teaching Practices - Reflections
AR Math QuEST -  Beliefs and Actions
WDMESC would like to recognize our Veterans Brad Horn and Terri Lee. Thank you both, and all of our Veterans, for your service.
20 days ago, WDMESC
Brad Horn
Terri Lee
Wilbur D Mills Education Service Cooperative is seeking a licensed early childhood special education teacher or a paraprofessional to assist our identified children, ages 3-5, in providing educational services. Retired and licensed early childhood special education teachers, please contact us if interested in working part-time. If interested in acquiring more information, please contact Dr. Suzanne Bailey at 501-882-3852. You may send a resume' to sbailey@wilbur.k12.ar.us.
20 days ago, WDMESC
Congratulations to the WDMESC 2021 Virtual Fall Chess Tournament winners! 3rd Grade- 1st place: Cache Skarda (Hazen), 2nd place: Braiden Turner (Lonoke), 3rd place: Jackson Jerrigan (White Co. Central) 4th Grade- 1st place: Hunter Bagwell (Rose Bud), 2nd place: Ryder Nisbett (Lonoke), 3rd place: Slade Stuart (Lonoke) 5th Grade- 1st place: Elijah Barber (White Co. Central), 2nd place: Halley Johnson (Cabot Middle School North), 3rd place: Connor Clark (Cabot Middle School North) 6th Grade- 1st place: Makaela Guenther (Hazen), 2nd place: Ty Tanksley (Carlisle), 3rd place: Eli Quintanilla (Lonoke) Jr. High (7th & 8th)- 1st place: Nickolas Golla (Rose Bud), 2nd place: Jalynn Thomas (Hazen), 3rd place: Jase Arnett (Hazen) Sr. High (9th-12th)- 1st place: Edmundo Rivera (Cabot High School), 2nd place: Jacob Watkins (White Co. Central), 3rd place: Allie Jones (White Co. Central)
26 days ago, Jennifer Park
Local daycare trick-or-treaters will be here soon!
about 1 month ago, WDMESC
Trick or treater ready at the PDC!
K-2 RISE Academy Day 4
about 1 month ago, WDMESC
Defining Fluency
Discussing orthographic mapping and how it contributes to fluency
Free Counseling for Public School Employees
about 1 month ago, WDMESC
free counseling
It's Red Ribbon Week! Since its beginning in 1985, the Red Ribbon has touched the lives of millions of people around the world. In response to the murder of Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Agent Enrique Camarena, angered parents and youth in communities across the country began wearing Red Ribbons as a symbol of their commitment to raise awareness of the killing and destruction caused by drugs in America. In 1988, National Family Partnership (NFP) sponsored the first National Red Ribbon Celebration. Today, the Red Ribbon serves as a catalyst to mobilize communities to educate youth and encourage participation in drug prevention activities. Red Ribbon Week takes place each year from October 23 through 31. For assistance in planning events or activities, check out the resources on the DESE website https://bit.ly/3jsCriK. For information on local events, please check with your school district.
about 1 month ago, WDMESC
Red Ribbon Week 2021
WDMESC would like to recognize Representative Brian Evans and Dr. Tony Thurman of Cabot for their hard work and collaboration with health officials in Arkansas to allow more students to stay on campus for in-person learning.
about 1 month ago, WDMESC
Drone training at Bald Knob School District today!
about 1 month ago, WDMESC
Drone training
WDMESC's Mr. Horn and Ms. Rooks train district teams in Crisis Prevention.
about 1 month ago, WDMESC
CPI Training WDMESC
Wilbur Mills Co-op hosted the DESE Regional PLC meeting this week. Thanks to all who attended! #PLC4AR
about 2 months ago, WDMESC
Regional PLC
Regional PLC
Regional PLC
Congratulations to Ms. Jessica Saum, a special education teacher at Stagecoach Elementary in Cabot, on being named the 2022 Arkansas Teacher of the Year! Read more about Ms. Saum here. https://bit.ly/3lF089q
about 2 months ago, WDMESC
Jessica Saum
Paraprofessional Advertisement Wilbur D Mills Education Service Cooperative, in Beebe, AR., is in search of two paraprofessionals to work in our early childhood special education department. This department provides educational services to children age 3-5 that qualify for early intervention educational support services. These positions will be responsible for working with this age group, classroom teachers, parents/guardians, administrators, community members, and other. Preferred applicants will possess a degree in special education, four year college degree in early childhood education, or a related field, and 3-5 years working with 3-5 year old children with special needs. Minimum requirements to apply: Completed two years of study at an institution of higher education in Arkansas, 60 semester credit hours at a regionally accredited institution of higher education, obtained an associate’s (or higher) degree, or possess a passing score of the Parapro Assessment for Arkansas. All interested applicants, please contact Dr. Suzanne Bailey at 501-882-3852 for more information and details as and how to apply for this position.
2 months ago, WDMESC
We're Hiring
Congratulations to Mr. Dean Stanley for being named Best Superintendent for the Daily Citizen's Reader's Choice Award for 2021!
3 months ago, WDMESC
Dean Stanley
WDMESC has Fun & Fitness Playscapes stencils available for our member districts to check out. We have the following available: Nature Motor Sensory Path Fitness Activity Circuit Physical Education Spot and Arrow Set Yoga Poses To check out a stencil contact Angie Quinn at 501-882-8614 ext. 3221 Here are some examples of the great ways teachers are using them.
3 months ago, WDMESC
stencil
stencil
stencil
stencil
Hope everyone has a great 1st day!
4 months ago, WDMESC
1st day of school
WDMESC has an immediate opening for an Early Childhood Special Education Paraprofessional. Click here for more information and to apply. https://wilburmillscoop.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=1135
4 months ago, WDMESC
WDMESC will be requiring the wearing of a mask for all Cooperative employees and professional development attendees effective Monday, August 16, 2021. This decision is based on several reasons, the most important being the safety of our guests and staff members. In addition, over one-half of our member districts have approved a policy that mandates a mask to some degree. I feel that it is important to honor their wishes and assist them in keeping their employees and students safe. Please join me in protecting our work family, home families, and those educators and students we serve.
4 months ago, WDMESC