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Clinton Central School District
75 Chenango Ave
Clinton, New York 13323

Hayes-Couper Fund of The Community Foundation of Herkimer & Oneida Counties

 

The Kirkland Fellowship Application Information

 

The Kirkland Fellowship is given to teachers in the Clinton Central School District with at least five years of teaching experience who seek to improve the effectiveness of their teaching to all students and to contribute to the advancement of teaching in our public schools.

 

The award may be used to attend a school, institute, workshop or training program to stay current of new developments in a particular field, to increase knowledge of a certain subject matter, for original research with intent to publish or to learn new teaching methodologies. The award may also be used for independent study or the implementation of a special project or curriculum not underwritten by an annual school district budget. It is hoped that there will be ample opportunity for teachers to benefit from the interaction and exchange of ideas with other professionals.

 

The expectation is that the effects of the Fellowship experience would include refreshment and rejuvenation for the recipient as well as identifiable benefits for students in the classroom deriving from stimulus provided by the teacher.

 

The award is not intended to be used to meet the costs of obtaining a masters or doctorate degree.

 

The recipient of this award shall be determined by a five-member committee comprised of: the District Superintendent of the Clinton Central Schools, a teacher designated by the Teachers Union, two members of the Hayes and/or Couper families, and the Dean of Hamilton College or his/her designee.

 

Written notification of the award shall be given to all teachers in the Clinton Central School District (grades K-12) by the School Superintendent. Recipients of the award shall be designated “Kirkland Fellows.”

 









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