Harold K.L. Castle Grant Award
On April 1, 2017, Farrington High School’s Health Academy received a grant award of $29,600.00 from the Harold K.L. Castle Foundation to meet National Standards of Practice and achieve National Certification as a model academy. Among the expected outcomes is to increase the number of graduates that complete post-secondary training and enter health occupations. Our gratitude to the Harold K.L. Castle Foundation for their continued support in making improvements to our program.
Farrington High School has been selected as a Model School for 2017 by the International Center for Leadership in Education, whose mission is to challenge, inspire and equip today’s educators to prepare students for lifelong success. Farrington is among one of the 25 chosen schools that will share best practices at the 25th Annual Model Schools Conference, June 25-28 in Nashville. “This year, we celebrate 25 years of empowering educators to implement effective best practices rooted in rigor, relevance, and relationships,” said Dr. Daggett. “At the Model School Conference, Farrington will have the unique opportunity to share inspiring ideas for innovating and transforming teaching and learning to better prepare students for the world in which they will work and live.”
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