The CLASS® Act Scholars of Summit County is a new program that combines the CLassroom Assessment Scoring System® (CLASS®) with free coaching, mentoring and professional development for an exclusive group of 20 early educators working in Summit County preschools.
Chosen for their commitment to furthering their own professional development, this selective group of preschool teachers represents a wide range of preschool settings in Summit County.
2017 – 2017 CLASS Act Scholars
The names and preschool centers of the 2017 – 2018 CLASS Act Scholars are as follows:
Stacy Baker, Early Childhood Center of Hudson
Lauren Balint, A Beautiful Child Preschool and Daycare
Lisa Faluotico, Treehouse Preschool
Nicole Garman, Summit Preschool at Summit Educational Service Center
Melissa Green, YMCA Family Enrichment Center
Carol Harman, FCC Children’s Center
Emily Humphrey, Akron Public Schools
Tammie Jackson, Hope Early Care and Education
Susie Kelps, All About Children
Angela Mitchell, Akron Summit Community Action – Head Start at Arlington CDC
Diana Nabring, Summit Educational Service Center
Kathie Priest, Akron Public Schools
Tera Rockich, Maranatha Preschool Park
Sharon Ross, Child Time
Margo Slaughter, Glory Hallelujah Childcare
Amy Smith, Color Our Rainbow Academy
Vicki Tavenier, Riverside Preschool
Tracy Tonkovich, Akron Summit Community Action – Head Start at Five Points I CDC
Giavonnie Woods, Discoveri Club
CLASS Act Scholars Information Packet and Flyers
For a more detailed explanation of the CLASS Act Scholars, click here to view the Information Packet.
Early educators may click here to view a flyer with more details about the program. Preschool directors may click here to view a separate flyer with an explanation of why CLASS Act Scholars will benefit their classrooms. Click here to view the press release, distributed on May 31, 2017.