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Los Fresnos CISD Gears Up for the New Academic Year with Teacher Academy

Emilio Flores

Los Fresnos, Texas— As the anticipation for the upcoming 2023-2024 school year builds, Los Fresnos Consolidated Independent School District (CISD) has been diligently laying the groundwork for a successful academic term. Welcoming a cadre of 37 new educators to the district, the recently concluded New Teacher Academy was an essential component of this preparation. Essentially this was back-to-school readiness for teachers old and new to kickstart the 2023-24 school year.

Taking place during the initial week of August, the three-day New Teacher Academy provided these educators with a comprehensive orientation. Covering crucial aspects such as the district’s mission, vision, and goals, along with insightful details on various initiatives, programs, and the district’s unique curricula, the academy aimed to equip educators with the knowledge and tools to excel in their roles.

With a vibrant mix of backgrounds and expertise, the new teacher cohort reflects both novices embarking on their educational journey and seasoned professionals with years of classroom wisdom. This diverse blend is set to enrich the district’s teaching landscape.

With a focus on practical readiness, Los Fresnos CISD educators were back on campus on Monday, August 7, engaging in targeted professional development sessions and classroom setups. This proactive approach ensures that both teachers and classrooms are well-prepared to foster an effective learning environment from day one.

As Los Fresnos CISD looks ahead to the impending academic year, the district extends its best wishes to all campus teams. Stay updated on the latest developments and initiatives by visiting www.lfcisd.net and follow Los Fresnos News on social media for more informative stories like these.