Spring Conference Program
Register by February 27th!
Evening for Leaders, Coaches and
Followed by a bowling social on the premises!
ATOMIM Annual Conference and Meeting
Let's welcome John Staley, NCSM President and Director of Mathematics in Baltimore County as our Keynote speaker at lovely
in Northport, ME.
Be sure to reserve your room by calling
Mention that you are attending the ATOMIM Spring Conference to receive the discounted rate.
Nominate a candidate for the ATOMIM Board (self-nominations are welcome). Any current ATOMIM member is eligible for nomination.
We have the following positions up for election:
Region 1: Aroostook
Region 3: Downeast
Region 5: Kennebec
Region 6: Western
Region 7: Cumberland
We will be sending an email to the membership to vote on these positions March 2nd. Results will be announced at the end of the day on the 4th, at our Spring Conference and Annual meeting.
Who knew winter was almost over?
Spring Dine and Discuss is on it's way!
Register to attend a location near you.
Mars Hill: April 26 & May 18, Central Aroostook High School
Hampden: March 29 & April 26, Hampden Academy
Ellsworth: March 22 & May 10, Hancock County Technical Center
Topsham: March 15 & April 26, Mt Ararat Middle School
Augusta: March 27 & April 24
University of Maine, Augusta
Lewiston: March 16 & May 2, Geiger Elementary School
Yarmouth: March 28 & April 11, Frank Harrison Middle School
Saco: March 30 & May 4, CK Burns School
Congratulations to Angela Pratt!
During her 31 years of teaching, Angela has taught in Sanford, Florida and in RSU 22 for 17 years as a grade three teacher, for the past 4 years focusing on math and science. This model has allowed her to delve deep into the content and to reach students at their academic levels
through guided groups formed based on academic strengths and weaknesses. As math committee chairperson, she uses data and current research to identify next steps in teacher training, and offers ongoing professional development at Weatherbee School. As a result, math teachers are well versed in "Guid
ed Math" and the "Math Practices". Angela expresses her greatest joys of teaching as those moments when students are seen pushing themselves to new personal heights.
Please be sure to nominate your favorite math teacher for our special recognition. All nominees are placed in a drawing for some special prizes at the end of the year!