EdCamp Vance a Huge Success
EdCamp participants gather for the opening session, top left, and Angela Cusaac, left,
is with AdVance Academy Principal Stephanie Ayscue, at top right, as two of the
leaders for EdCamp Vance.
Approximately 200 educators attended EdCamp Vance on Saturday, February 23, to share their expertise, successful strategies and ideas about public education in our society today.
The event, the second EdCamp hosted by Vance County Schools, was held throughout the morning at AdVance Academy in Henderson.
Educators came together to network and learn from one another in an effort to celebrate their profession and move forward with positive momentum for the remainder of the 2018-2019 school year and beyond.
Vance County High School Vipers band members and cheerleaders, along with the cheerleaders from Vance County Middle School, welcomed all of the educators as they arrived for the event. The opening of EdCamp was lively and very energized as participants had fun posing in front of a photo board, even putting on crazy hats, sunglasses, scarves and more, after they arrived and then greeting their colleagues with lots of smiles and hugs.
EdCamp Vance drew educators from across our region of the state, but the largest contingency by far was from Vance County Schools.
Superintendent Anthony Jackson was on hand to welcome everyone and to challenge all of the educators to teach all children as if they are their own and to disrupt the educational process everyday to bring out the best in their students.
Assistant superintendents Dr. Trixie Brooks and Dr. Cindy Bennett also attended, as did most of our district principals and assistant principals. Classroom teachers made up the majority of the participants, but there were also lots of support staff in attendance. Everyone came together based on their strong commitment for students and public education.
AdVance Academy, led by Principal Stephanie Ayscue, was a wonderful host site for EdCamp. The planning committee for the event, which included several educational leaders from Vance County Schools, did an absolutely marvelous job in planning details of the event and making all participants feel welcomed and a huge part of the proceedings.
Educators attended some very powerful collaborative sessions, during which everyone had the opportunity to make the most of the experience and share their opinions and expertise on the educational process. At the end of the day, educators stressed that they thoroughly enjoyed being with their colleagues and learning from one another.
EdCamp Vance 2019 in Photos!