February 3, 2015 Dinner Meeting
Tuesday, February 3, 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Covenant Presbyterian Church
301 Drake Ave SE, Huntsville, AL 35802
Topic: Digital 1:1
Dr. Casey Wardynski was appointed as Superintendent for Huntsville City Schools in June 2011. Under the leadership and direction of Superintendent Wardynski, Huntsville City Schools was the first school district in the nation to implement a Digital 1:1 initiative across all grade levels, Pre-K through 12th grade. Students in grades Pre-K through 2nd grade use Ipads in the classroom, and all students in grade levels 3 through 12 have a school-issued laptop that they use in the classroom and at home. Huntsville City Schools implemented the Digital 1:1 initiative in the Fall of 2012.
Reservations for dinner are required by January 29. Please RSVP online (https://uahchargers.wufoo.com/forms/aauw-rsvp-february-meeting/). If you do not wish to RSVP online, please contact Lois Guendel at email@example.com or 256-880-8643.
The dinner menu is located in the Calendar Page.
SAVE THE DATE!!
Breaking Through Barriers Luncheon
Friday, March 6, 2015
11:30 am to 1 pm
The Jackson Center
AAUW of Huntsville is proud to invite you to our annual Breaking Through Barriers luncheon with guest speaker, Barbara G. Fast, Senior Vice President at Strategic Engagements.
Proceeds from Breaking Through Barriers supports local college womens’ attendance at the National Conference for College Women Student Leaders (NCCWSL) hosted by AAUW.
Location and ticketing information is located in the Calendar Page.
AAUW, the American Association of University Women, is a nationwide network of more than 100,000 members and donors, 1,000 branches, and 500 college/university institution partners.
For more than 128 years, AAUW Members have examined and taken positions on the fundamental issues of the day – educational, social, economic, and political. Our commitment to our mission is reflected in all aspects of our work.
Join us and support an organization with a long track record of crucial issues affecting women:
- Civil Rights
- Family and Medical Leave
- Sex Discrimination … and others
Help our 100,000 members work for change:
- Promote gender-fair classroom practices and national legislators on AAUW priority issues
- Mentor girls and women
- Raise money to fund women scholars
- Raise money to fund ground-breaking research
- Participate in a community action program or start your own project
While we’re known for getting things done, we also take time to enjoy each other’s company. As an AAUW member, you will belong to a strong network of talented people, one that can stimulate a lifetime of personal and professional growth.
AAUW advances equity for women and girls through advocacy, education, philanthropy, and research.
AAUW’s Value Promise
By joining AAUW, you belong to a community that breaks through educational and economic barriers so that all women and girls have a fair chance.
AAUW was founded in 1881, in Boston, Massachusetts. The Huntsville Branch was chartered in April 1949. AAUW is open to all graduates who hold an associate, baccalaureate or higher degree from a college or university on the list of qualified institutions. Undergraduates are welcome to become AAUW student affiliates.
AAUW values and seeks a diverse membership. There are no barriers to full participation in the group on the basis of gender, race, creed, age, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, or class. Membership is not by invitation.