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Jessica Ockman stands in front of a banner about NIET.

Twelve teacher leaders from across the country will join the inaugural class for the NIET Fellows Program. Among the distinguished fellows is Jessica Ockman from Donaldsonville Primary School at Ascension Public Schools in Donaldsonville, Louisiana. Ockman was one of just 12 selected to be a part of the fellowship and receive a $10,000 stipend out of nearly 250 applicants from across the country. 

National School Public Relations Association Golden Achievement and Publication and Digital Media Excellence Award Badges

Ascension Public Schools earned five national communication awards from the National School Public Relations Association (NSPRA). This year, Ascension Public Schools was recognized with a Golden Achievement Award and four Publications and Digital Media Excellence Awards, celebrating the district's outstanding achievements in school public relations, communication, marketing, and engagement. 

Jill Pearce Sandridge poses for a picture with the U.S. Capital Building

Jill Pearce Sandridge, of Prairieville, LA, and a teacher at St. Amant High School, traveled to Washington, D.C. in June and attended the prestigious Supreme Court Summer Institute. After a highly competitive application process, 60 teachers were selected to participate this year. The Institute, open to teachers in the fields of law-related and civic education, is co-sponsored by Street Law, Inc. and the Supreme Court Historical Society.


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