Gallup Research Kick Starts Conversation in District 7
The art pieces were used as centerpieces on the tables at the Chapman Cultural Center and convey the theme of “hope” as expressed by the students and art teachers in District 7. Many thanks to our District family - our students have set the pace in representing those qualities of hope, engagement, and well-being.
Molly Talbot-Metz, Vice President of Programs for the Mary Black Foundation, writes so eloquently about the presentation she heard by Tim Hodges with Gallup Education about hope, engagement, and well-being. She also so graciously thanks the District for bringing this conversation to Spartanburg. The Herald Journal also ran an article
Dr. Russell Booker and Dr. Tim Hodges looking hopeful, engaged, and well.