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Inspire Info Session: Teacher & Staff Panel
Enrollment at Inspire School of Arts & Sciences begins on December 1, 2020, and we want you to join the Inspire family!

Even before COVID-19, our tuition-free, award-winning charter high school was adapting to ever-changing circumstances and challenges. Now more than ever, we are rising to the challenge of a global pandemic with the well-being of each student, family, and staff member at the center of our decision-making and teaching style.

Join us on Tuesday, November 30 from 6:00pm to 7:00pm for an informational session about Inspire School of Arts & Sciences, facilitated by the teachers and staff who make the Inspire experience what it is. Our panel of professionals will share the benefits of an Inspire education, their methods for creatively adapting to online and mixed-mode learning and teaching, the variety of majors and pathways available to our students, and more.

Whether you are a parent of a high school or middle school student looking for a unique, adapted, and world-class educational experience, or a North State student who is interested in learning their options for a high school experience, we cannot wait to share our story with you!

This presentation is Part 1 of a three part informational series. Stay tuned for additional details about future sessions, including a student and alumni panel in December and a parent panel in January.

Enrollment for Inspire School of Arts & Sciences is open from December 1 to January 31. Learn more, apply, or schedule a socially distanced tour at www.InspireChico.org/enrollment.

Nov 30, 2020 06:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Becky Brown
Principal/Superintendent @Inspire School of Arts & Sciences
Becky Brown graduated with a Masters in English and a teaching credential from CSU, Chico in 2008, and began her teaching career as an English Language Arts teacher at Lloyd G. Johnson Jr. High in Arbuckle, CA. She was hired as an English teacher at Inspire in its first year as a school and taught American Literature, AP Language and Composition, Creative Writing and History of Rock for 8 years. As a grant writer, she helped bring in over a million dollars for Inspire's programs, and co-developed the EngagED program, a professional development opportunity bringing together teachers across disciplines and grade levels from Chico and surrounding areas. As a new administrator, Becky co-developed and directed the North State Arts Education Consortium, a grant-funded project from Butte County Office of Education engaging nearly 200 teachers across nine counties to develop and implement arts-focused and arts-integrated curriculum in their schools.
Jarrah Myles
Teacher @Inspire School of Arts & Sciences
Jarrah Myles serves as Production Director for all Inspire performing arts events, teaches dance and theatre classes, and is the major advisor for Dance and Technical Theatre students. In the local community Jarrah directs the Chico Community Ballet Pre-Company Division and stage manages productions such as A Very Chico Nutcracker and other full-scale events. Jarrah has a degree in Business Administration and Musical Theatre from CSU, Chico. She did her Masters and additional teaching credential work at New York University’s Steinhardt School of Education in Dance Education and Administration. Jarrah was also named K-12 Dance Teacher of the Year by Dance Teacher Magazine in 2018. Jarrah is an ABT® Certified Teacher, who has successfully completed the ABT® Teacher Training Intensive in Pre-Primary through Level 3 of the ABT® National Training Curriculum.
Danielle Reynolds
Teacher @Inspire School of Arts & Sciences
Danielle Reynolds has taught almost everything from Math C to AP Calculus, plus Advisory and some Engineering. Danielle received a bachelors degree in Mathematics with a focus in Education from CSU Chico. She soon after heard about an arts and sciences charter school in the area, read the charter, and knew it was the school she wanted to teach at. Danielle has been working to inspire young mathematicians ever since. She has also facilitated and ran professional learning for many educators in Butte County and beyond. In Mrs. Reynolds math class students are thinking mathematically. They don't sit in desks and listen to the teacher do the math. Instead students are engaged in mathematical exploration, thinking, and communicating.