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December 22 - January 9

There are 9 workshops in the building the week of January 5-9

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DMAC Design & Delivery Coordinator

Special Ed Coordinator

Title I Specialist

Curriculum Specialist

Administrative Secretary - Center for Technology Services

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ELA Specialist, Middle School

Grant Accounting Specialist

Special Ed Specialist

Administrative Secretary - Federal Programs

EcoLand Education Specialist

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The Momma Stump 5K & Fun Run

January 10, 2015

When: January 10, 2015. Fun Run starts at 9, 5K starts at 10’ish

Where: Start & finish at the Waskom Middle School Softball field,

365 School Avenue, Waskom Texas

Cost: $25.00, this includes a T-shirt if registered by December 27,

(Late registration is not guaranteed a T-shirt.)

The Fun Run is free without a t-shirt and $10.00 with a t-shirt

Register Online @

https://endurancecui.active.com/event-reg/select-race?e=12254752

All proceeds go to Stephanie to help with her cancer treatments and to help rebuild her home that burned down. Stephanie Stump is a Family Service Worker at Waskom ISD.

For more information contact Carol DeRieux @ 903-445-0295

Please come out and support Stephanie!!

Commendations

To: Farris, Julie
Subject: Dinner at school 2015/2016

Hi Julie! Last night the Board approved a new summer program and after school program that will include the Child Nutrition Department preparing meals, such as Breakfast & Lunch for the Summer Program and Dinner for the Afterschool Program. I had discussed the options with members of the Board and Administration here at Karnack after the October Board Meeting. Recently Karnack recieved a Grant to operate these programs, so that was the first question the Board President asked. "Were we going to provide meals to the students that would stay late?" Thanks to both You and Ms. Marshall's info at the Board Meeting in October, the information was still fresh on their minds. I will need some guidance I'm sure. Thought that you would want to know. Thanks! Joe Griffin, Karnack ISD

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Subject: Re: Follow up to Day 2 Session of New Admin Academy

Mrs. Echols,

I have to compliment you on your sessions. I look forward to your high energy and supportive nature. Your sessions have been very engaging and meaningful, and this is the first workshop in a long time that the presenter has not just read the powerpoint. I have encouraged other staff to take any sessions from you because of the positive experience I have had. Thank you for your insight and interactive activities.

Have a great week!

Magen rim

Magen Crim
Elementary Assistant Principal
Carlisle ISD

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To: McBurnett, Diana; Beran, Beverly; Adams, Liz; Beall, Jill; Cox, Susan; LovelyWatson, Henryett; Akin, Stacy; Burnett, Sonya; Holt, Donna; Stacie Whitaker
Subject: Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas to all of my Region 7 friends. I couldn't have made the semester without each of you! Thank you for all you do to support me and Pine Tree ISD! My first semester as a director has gone better then I expected because of all of you! Enjoy the much deserved break!

Respectfully,

Stacey Glosson

Special Education Director

Pine Tree ISD

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VI Teacher Letter

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VI Student Letter

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Top 12 Customer Service Phrases

from www.businesstrainingworks.com

As a service representative, you are the face and voice of your organization. By choosing your words wisely, you will project a professional image for yourself and the group you represent.

The following phrases are 12 of our favorites at Business Training Works. They wither set a positive tone, indicate a willingness to help, or show appreciation. Improve the service you provide by incorporating them into your conversations with customers.

  1. Good morning./Good afternoon.

  2. How may I help you?

  3. Let me be sure that I understand.

  4. May I ask you a few questions?

  5. It would be my pleasure.

  6. What I can do is…

  7. I am sorry that happened.

  8. Let me find out for you.

  9. Let me find someone who can answer that for you.

  10. Thank you.

  11. You’re welcome.

  12. Please come see us again./Please call again.

“If you treat an individual as he is, he will remain how he is. But if you treat him as if he were what he ought to be and could be, he will become what he ought to be and could be.”

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

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