Local Resident Selected for Washington, DC Conference

April 12, 2011
Wm Freddy Curtis

Mr. Wm. Freddy Curtis, US Government and Sociology Teacher at Cannon County High School and Smithville resident has been selected as 1 of 25 Teachers Nationwide (Grades 6-12) to attend the C-SPAN 2011 Summer Educators' Conference in Washington, DC on July 14th-15th, 2011. He was selected after completing an application process that included an essay regarding utilizing C-SPAN in the classroom and sharing C-SPAN resources with fellow educators.

Conference topics will include: C-SPAN's mission, history, programming, and event coverage; How to navigate C-SPAN's online resources (c-span.org, C-SPAN's newly launched Video Library, Congressional Chronicle, and C-SPAN Classroom); Enrichment opportunities available for students and educators (StudentCam, and Teacher Fellowship Program); and Successful techniques for successfully using C-SPAN resources to enhance learning.

As a guest of C-SPAN, they will provide and arrange for Curtis's roundtrip travel to Washington, DC, and hotel accomodations on Wednesday and Thursday nights (July 13th & 14th, 2011).

Curtis stated, "I am honored for this selection and look forward to sharing about C-SPAN at In-service and Social Studies meetings during the 2011-2012 School Year! I am very excited, because I have never been to Washington, DC!"

Mr. Curtis is a 25 year veteran of the Cannon County School System serving as a teacher and principal at West Side Elementary School from 1986 to 2008, and currently serving as US Government & Sociology Teacher at Cannon County High School. He is married to Trena Braswell Curtis, 2nd Grade Teacher at Smithville Elementary School, and has four sons – Matt, Trent, Casey, and Evan Curtis. They reside at 288 Dogwood Circle in Smithville, TN.

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