What is FLAIR?
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Who can be a member?
How much are dues?
How can I become a member?
What FLAIR offers you:
An annual conference, hosted by Augusta State University, Paine College or Richmond County schools on a variety of themes. Our most successful conferences include “The Caribbean Connection: Culture, History and Literature,” “Chocolate: Food of the Gods,” and “TPR-Story Telling” with Blaine Ray.
A variety of programs, designed to meet teacher needs and keep abreast of innovations in methodology and advancements in technology.
The FLAIR Honor Society for all qualified high school students, held in March in the Performing Arts Theater of Augusta State University. The initiation fee includes a certificate, an embossed seal for their high school diploma, a printed program and a reception in their honor. A door prize is awarded to one or two students from each school.
FLAIR Student of the Year awards. The outstanding student of each school is recognized at our annual honor society induction. Each student is awarded a certificate and a gift from FLAIR. Of these students, one is chosen to receive the FLAIR Student of the Year award, the highest honor bestowed by FLAIR. The recipient receives a plaque, a gift, recognition in the local newspaper and the FLAIR newsletter, and an invitation by the State Department of Education to attend a special awards ceremony in Atlanta.
The FLAIR Teacher of the Year award, which honors an outstanding teacher, active in local, regional, and state professional activities. The honoree receives a plaque, a gift, and recognition at the local and state levels.
A newsletter, published three or four times a year, announcing programs, conferences, contest results and a foreign language calendar. Please submit items of interest to the editor, Jana Sandarg, at Augusta State University (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Teacher Grants, available for professional growth and projects that benefit local schools. Submit proposals to a steering committee member.
Teacher & Student Study Abroad Scholarships, available for professional growth and projects that benefit local schools. Submit proposals to a steering committee member.
A forum for professional growth and friendship. Together we can promote the teaching of foreign languages and cultures in the CSRA.
This brochure, distributed to all new teachers in the fall.
How is FLAIR organized?
Join the Steering Committee:
Julio Avila, North Augusta High School
Liana Babayan, Augusta State University
Leslie Dawson, Evans High School
Rita Deuber, Grovetown High School
Michael Dockery, Greenbrier High School
Essie Febus, Lakeside Middle & High School
Shondell Hughes, North Augusta High School
Di Johnson, Evans High School
Frederic Leveziel, Augusta State University
Pam Light, Edgefield High School
Tonya McGowan, Butler High School
Terry Meredith, Aquinas High School
Mallory Millender, Paine College
Sandra Moore, A. R. Johnson
Ana Pereira, Cross Creek High
Edwin Pérez, Treasurer
Greenbrier High School
Sonia Puerta-Quinn, Episcopal Day School
Avita Rivera, Grovetown High School
Augusta State University
Gina Turner, Augusta Preparatory Day School
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