Middleton High School Joins New Coalition Aimed at Promoting Student Success
Tampa, FL: Middleton High School Principal Kim D. Moore today announced that the school has been named a member of the CLASS Coalition, a new national association of principals and leaders from high-performing, admissions-based high schools. The Coalition is focused on helping students overcome challenges and gain the skills necessary to succeed after graduation.
“As the Principal of Middleton High School, I am pleased to have the opportunity to join with like-minded educators nationwide to help advance innovative curriculum, policies and activities that will help more high school students gain the valuable experiences and knowledge that will serve them well both in college and career,” said Kim D. Moore. “Middleton High School has a longstanding commitment to student success, and I look forward to joining with the CLASS Coalition to help more schools implement creative ideas and practices that will help every student gain the best education possible.”
CLASS Coalition Executive Director Todd Mann said, “The CLASS Coalition has the dual mission of promoting opportunities for low-income, high-achieving students while also exploring ways schools can better coordinate with the business community to strengthen the school-to-workforce pipeline. Each school and leader who has joined the Coalition has been carefully chosen based on their track record of success and dedication to advancing the CLASS mission, and Middleton High School is no exception.”
“By bringing some of the brightest schools and education leaders together, we can better identify and amplify the policies and practices that could help students, schools, and businesses across the country excel,” said CLASS Coalition president Crystal Bonds, who also serves as principal of the High School for Science, Math and Engineering at City College of New York. “We are excited to have Middleton High School on board, and look forward to tackling the challenges that lie ahead.” To learn more about the CLASS Coalition, visit www.ClassCoalition.org.
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