Cassia 411 Podcast

  • Jeanne Allen Talks Homelessness in Cassia

    by Debbie Critchfield Length: 15:35

    You may not have thought about it, but we have many homeless students and families in the district. This is a different conversation about students than we normally have. Listen to learn about it and an upcoming project to help. 

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  • Sheri Allred and Taylee Robinson Talk BHS Student Vlog

    by Debbie Critchfield Length: 12:44

    Mrs. Allred, advisor to a new student communication class, and one of her students,Taylee Robinson, talks about class is working to connect students. It's called a VLOG class (think video-blog) and students are writing, filming, editing and producing news and informational spots for students, by students. A great use of multiple skills and technology, listen as they explain what they do and why they do it.


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  • Ms. Johnson Talks Student Restorative Practices

    by Debbie Critchfield Length: 13:02

    Jessica Johnson, Burley Junior Science Teacher, uses a technique called restorative practices to help students at school. Restorative practices promote inclusiveness, relationship-building and problem-solving, through methods such as circles for teaching and conflict resolution. Listen to how Miss Johnson uses this practice and believes it helps her classroom structure. 


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  • Talking about Why We Have Earlier Out Mondays

    by Debbie Critchfield Length: 9:46

    We have had them for years and we have more 12:30 early outs this year. We ask assistant Superintendent, Sandra Miller about the whys and expected outcomes. 

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  • Randy Winns talks Player and Parent Sportsmanship

    by Debbie Critchfield Length: 13:26

    Although new to Burley High School and school athletics, Mr. Winn has a perspective as a referee and sports enthusiast. We humbly offer some suggestions about how to show support and passion while balancing sportsmanship. As a little bonus at the end, we talk about college athletes and their ability to be sponsored. 

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