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The Galveston County Daily News: Highlights From Hitchcock ISD

January 24, 2017

Highlights from Hitchcock ISD

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Small town teaching; big district technology

Who would have thought that Stewart Elementary School in Hitchcock would have so much technology available to the students, faculty and staff? It’s amazing! I am a fifth grade math teacher, I have been teaching for nine years, and I am proud to say that I get to work in a school with such great opportunities for my students and myself.

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Sunday 01/08/2017
Working with special needs kids is rewarding
Posted: January 08, 2017

Many students have difficulties learning in school and may qualify for special education services. Some of these students qualify for related services to help them with the educational process. These services include occupational therapy, speech, counseling and other additional assistance. The Greater Gulf Coast Cooperative provides these services to four school districts in the area. These districts include Hitchcock, Danbury, Damon and Needville. Related service providers work with students and teachers to help students learn strategies to manage or overcome their obstacles in the classroom. Some techniques include social skills games, social skills stories or discussing proven techniques based on peer reviewed research for dealing with their classroom-related difficulties.

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Sunday 12/11/2016
Parents truly play a huge part in our success
Posted: December 11, 2016

Hitchcock ISD “Kids First” Head Start has always been focused on the children — that’s what we do! But, many do not know that our parents and community play such an important role in the success of our school.

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Sunday 12/04/2016
Technology for prekindergarten students
Posted: December 04, 2016

“We need technology in every classroom and in every student and teacher’s hand, because it is the pen and paper of our time, and it is the lens through which we experience much of our world.” — David Warlick

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