All faculty and staff who access information resources must complete a Computer Security Awareness Training annually.
Reading Competency II - FOR-PD 2013
The School Board of Highlands County recognizes the importance of developing and preparing teacher leaders to become future school instructional administrative leaders. School administration has become a critical shortage area for many school districts. The ever increasing demands on school administrators to enhance instruction, improve student achievement, develop teacher leaders, provide research-based professional development, implement high effect size strategies, manage school safety issues, and meet state and federal initiatives and mandates to name a few, requires a well-trained and well-prepared cadre of candidates prior to applying for administrative positions.
In order to provide this opportunity for individuals aspiring to become future instructional school leaders in Assistant Principal positions, the district is offering an Aspiring School Administrators Program (ASAP) for eligible candidates. The program will be a two-year cohort program with structured course offerings and field experiences.
This course is for substitutes required to renew their substitute certificate.