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Meet the CTA Board of Directors

Meet the CTA Board of Directors

The Board of Directors of Creative Technologies Academy L-R: Jeremy Burgin, Treasurer; Leslie Brugel; Gary Bailey; Christina Mabie, President; Rob Rowland, Secretary; and Julie Wheeler, Vice President.

The Board of Directors of Creative Technologies Academy meets monthly to affirm and implement the Mission, Vision, and Core Values of the Academy:
Our Mission
Creative Technologies Academy is a K-12 learning community committed to strengthening character and promoting a safe, scholarly, and supportive environment that develops life-long learners.
Our Vision
The vision of the Board of Directors, as well as the faculty and administration of Creative Technologies Academy, is to create an educational atmosphere that is personal and relevant, where there is positive energy, multiple learning styles, best practices – all in a pleasant work environment, and where school improvement efforts, professional development, and menitoring support thrive.
The vision includes keeping class sizes small where the focus can be on learning in a values-based setting and where character education becomes integral to the educational experience of all students.
Making a positive difference in many lives is the motivation for this vision.
Our Core Values
All students can learn.  Achieving the intended outcomes of the educational experience is within the grasp of every student given the time and opportunity.  Schools exist to foster learning and ensure the accomplishment of such learning by all students.
Earned success breeds success.  The success that students earn in real, meaningful, and challenging experiences affects their self-concept, motivation, and approach to learning.  Providing students opportunities to succeed and acknowledging their successes encourage students to seek further learning experiences.
Schools can provide an environment that enables students to succeed.  There are strategies associated with successful teaching and learning.  Schools can and should create the conditions for learning so that all students may reach a high level of success.
Schools are a functioning institution of the community.  Schools should have opportunities, through service learning, to connect with their community.

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