A team of teachers, specialists and administrators at Mayflower High School (MHS) have come together this school year to make an impact on students that is “altering for MHS,” team member and Mayflower Public Schools District Math Specialist Veronica Hebard told the Log Cabin on Monday.

The group, an Instructional Leadership Team (ILT), came together after the district started National Institute for Excellence in Teaching (NIET) training last year. The NIET, training that is delivered with the support of the Arkansas Rural Educator Network and the Walton Family Foundation, has served 25 rural school districts in the state since it was introduced last year. Mayflower, as previously reported in the Log Cabin in November, is one of those schools.

Staff Writer Kolton Rutherford can be reached at krutherford@thecabin.net.

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