Dorothy Lambert, elementary school principal, said teachers in the school recently completed the peer-to-peer evaluation program.
Speaking at the Monday, Oct. 22 meeting of the Archbold Area School Board, Lambert said teachers used their tablet computers to do their evaluations as they watched their fellow teachers in the classroom.
Teachers were able to get some feedback on their teaching techniques, and it allows them to work together, she said.
She also announced that the annual Halloween costume parade is Wednesday, Oct. 31, 1:30 pm.
Kindergartners will hold their annual fall festival at the home of Kris Warner, kindergarten teacher, the same day.
Matt Shields, middle school principal, said his school is conducting the Red Ribbon campaign that promotes alcohol and drug awareness.
Also, he said the middle school student council is conducting fund-raising projects for the annual Fulton County Christmas Cheer campaign.
He said his staff is working with the new teacher evaluation system, PD360. The system offers teachers video instruction on a variety of topics, with the goal of improving their teaching skills.–David Pugh