The CLUE Bulletin
June 11, 2021
Parents and partners may view current CLUE information any time on our website at: http://www.clue901.com/
You Are Invited!
Summer Virtual Parent Institute
Saturday, June 26th, 10am-1pm
This is an online event.
*The CLUE presentation will begin at 11:30 a.m.
Did You Know?
- My child was thriving while learning virtually, and we're considering enrolling in the SCS Virtual School for 2021-22. Will my child have CLUE? All CLUE Services will be provided in-person for 2021-22. While students keep their gifted IEP for consultation with a teacher at the SCS Virtual School, there are no CLUE services provided for students enrolled in the Virtual School. When your child returns to a school site, we would hold an IEP meeting to update services at that time. The same is true if you leave the district and come back; we would hold an IEP meeting to update services and work with you to return to CLUE.
- When will I be notified about placement in CLUE Camp? All parents have already been notified, as every student whose parent registered was given a space in CLUE Camp. Because we are observing social distancing, which requires small class sizes, our camps are full at this time. If you have specific questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- How may I get a copy of my child's IEP paperwork over the summer? The CLUE Office is open all year. Just email us at email@example.com, and we will help you obtain whatever you need.
Have Questions About CLUE Services?
If you have specific questions about your child's situation, we are providing several options for assistance.
- Parents and partners may call us at 901-416-0155 during normal business hours.
- Parents and partners may also call or text questions to Supervisor Jennifer Chandler at 901-606-2415 and receive timely responses during normal business hours.
- Everyone is welcome to email us any time at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Answers provided in the current FAQ pertain to the 2020-21 school year only. CLUE FAQs will be updated each school year to address any changes that are anticipated during our district's expansion of the program.
Teacher Spotlight: Dr. Delicia Roberts
Education is of the utmost importance to Dr. Roberts . She holds five degrees including two Bachelors’ degrees from the University of Memphis in the areas of Elementary Education and Information Technology. She earned two degrees from Arkansas State University including a Master of Science in the Theory and Practice of Teaching as well as an Education Specialist degree in Educational Leadership and School Superintendency. Dr. Roberts earned her Doctor of Education in Leadership from Trevecca Nazarene University in Nashville, Tennessee.
In addition to her accomplishments in education, Dr. Roberts is a published author in the areas of educational research and inspirational writings. Her writing credits include: The Effects of After-school Programs on Academic Achievement and Social and Emotional Growth, as well as being a contributing author for the devotional book iBelieve: Expressions of Faith & The Power of Prayer in which she penned, “A Clear Plan for Me.”
Dr. Roberts is an active member of the Longview Heights SDA Church, where she currently serves as the Director of Women’s Ministries and as an Elder on the church leadership team. She is also an active member of the music department by singing in the Sanctuary Choir and on the Praise and Worship Team. Facilitating the Women of the Word Sabbath School Class at Longview also helps Dr. Roberts to covey her strong desire to serve the Lord in whatever capacity she is able to serve Him in.
Dr. Roberts is married to Damien Roberts Sr., a Speech-Language Pathologist, and they have two teenage children.
The CLUE Team is proud of Dr. Roberts and is excited to be welcoming her to the leadership team for 2021-22 as the Secondary CLUE Lead Teacher. She has done an OUTSTANDING job at Bellevue Middle School, John P. Freeman Optional School, and Oakhaven Middle School. We are so lucky and thankful to have her on our team.