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Local teachers make an IMPACT

Elementary Principal Debbie Stephens (left) and Superintendent Deric Owens (right) congratulate Haleigh Young for her selection into the IMPACT program. – Submitted Photo
Elementary Principal Donna Whisenhunt (right) congratulates Kristal Leach for her selection into the IMPACT program. – Submitted Photo

Montgomery County is fortunate to have two local teachers accepted into the Arkansas IMPACT Leadership program. Haleigh Young of Caddo Hills and Kristal Leach of Mount Ida both were chosen to participate in the program.
Young and Leach are two of 22 Arkansas educators accepted into the IMPACT program. The stringent application process included a personal interview, a principal interview, a four hour project interview and several personal applications.
IMPACT Fellows will participate in an 18 month program which includes college coursework for administration leadership, professional learning, personal leadership coaching, and school improvement learning projects.
Once they complete the program Young and Leach will both receive a Masters in Educational Leadership from the University of Arkansas.
For more information about IMPACT Arkansas Fellowship visit www.impactfellowship.org

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