We are key women educators from Washington and Scott
the City of Bristol, Virginia.
Alpha Zeta is part of the Southwest Coordinating Council
Some of our recent activities:
In March, 2019, our program was about Barter Theatre's Project REAL. This program, the brainchild of our guest, Megan A. Hamilton, brings activities from the stage to the classroom. Students discover that they can learn anything from Math to French through various activities, such as movement, challenging discussions, and improvisation.
In February, 2019, our guest speaker was Chad M, from Abuse Alternatives. He explained how our chapter could make a difference through our annual donations of gift cards, volunteering opportunities, and spreading the word about the organization's good works.
In November, 2018, committees met to update plans for the remainder of the year. We set goals, confirmed monthly projects, and reignited the desire to help Alpha Zeta make a positive impact.
In October, 2018, Media Specialist, Lindsay G, of Kingsport City Schools, talked to us about her innovative methods of incorporating technology--in the form of coding and programming--into the library of her elementary school.
Dr. Ramsey White was our guest speaker in September, 2018. He is the coordinator for the College for Older Adults at the Higher Ed Center in Abingdon. The COA is extremely popular with adults from all walks of life. Check out the schedule, how to register for classes, and dates for future six-week terms at www.swcenter.edu/coa/.
Summer planning session at the Blackbird Bakery. Kathy M, our new president, has lots of innovative ideas for 2018-2019!
Website last updated: 03/09/19