New Partnerships Kickoff the School Year
Four new Adopt-A-School partnerships formed shortly after the start of school. Each partnership will incorporate at least one of the four initiatives of the Pillars of Education: Literacy, Character, Elevating Educators, and Career Pathways.
September 20, 2022
Alabama Power adopted STARS Academy. The partnership will focus on three of the Pillars of Education initiatives, Elevating Educators, Career Pathways, and Character. Alabama Power will provide incentives for teachers and character development for students. The partnership will also provide career awareness opportunities for students and work with agencies currently partnering with the school, such as Junior Achievement, Habitat for Humanity, Tuscaloosa’s One Place, etc.
Globe Life Liberty National Division The Odell Agency joined Skyland Elementary School. Among the many areas of support, Globe Life plans to support the Career Day program and provide volunteers to read to students and allow the teachers to enjoy a Duty-Free Lunch. Globe Life will also support Academic Night, which will be held three times per year for parents to visit the school to talk with teachers about their student’s academic progress.
STAR COOPERATION, INC. partnered with Brookwood High School and will offer field trips for students, job shadowing opportunities, mock interviews, and incentives for students and teacher appreciation. In addition, STAR plans to support the Pre-K program housed at the high school by providing volunteers to substitute when needed, help with reading, and more.
BloGo Salon + Skin Wellness adopted Tuscaloosa Magnet Schools-Elementary. The partnership will focus on providing recognitions and incentives for teacher and staff appreciation and support the literacy initiative and the character development program, which is centered around the five Core Values (Principle, Integrity, Caring, Respect, and Critical Thinking).
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