CSBA’s Prestigious Golden Bell Awarded to SEAL at December 16 ceremony with special recognition from CSBA’s Business Affiliate Program
Demonstrating tremendous outcomes for English Learner Students, SEAL is the first and only winner in CSBA’s new Common Core category. SEAL is now in 30 schools across 5 districts in the Valley, impacting 20,000 students. [View press release]
SEAL Director Dr. Laurie Olsen, Anna Herrera (Coordinator of SEAL’s demonstration site at Hoover), Jennifer Analla (Director of Training), and Lead Trainer Jill Fraka joined Hoover Principal Amanda Rothengast and Redwood City School District Superintendent Jan Christensen at the 2014 Golden Bell Awards ceremony in San Francisco today. Hoover Elementary School’s SEAL team was on hand to receive the California School Boards Association honor, chosen as 2014’s best in class in CSBA’s brand new “Common Core” category. Also, this year, CSBA’s Business Affiliate program established five annual Golden Bell Award sponsorships of $1,000 each. SEAL was one of 5 deserving Golden Bell Award recipients benefiting from these sponsorships throughout this year’s Golden Bell. CSBA’s CEO & Executive Director Vernon Billy presented the sponsorship award.
View November’s press release for more information.