Archive for June 23, 2010
UPDATE: See additional information on Julie Chartier here.
Parkside Elementary teacher Armelia Ray Braddy was one of three Georgia physical-education teachers to be honored by HealthMPowers. Braddy received the first HealthMPowers Health Champion Award along with two other physical educators – Lisa Brown and Julie Chartier. HealthMPowers is a non-profit organization committed to promoting healthy behaviors and environments through the empowerment of students and their families, as well as education providers.
We took the opportunity to pop in on the APS/Woodruff Arts Center’s Summer Academy for the Arts and Sciences on Wednesday. We paid a visit to dance class being taught by Garden Hills Elementary‘s Audrey Waters (who’s subbing for Rhonda Price of Carver’s School of the Arts). Save the date and time (July 2, 1:30 p.m.) for the final performances from all of the disciplines being taught at the Summer Academy: chorus, dance, music and theater. The location is TBA. Check out the previous article on the camp here.