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Clymer, Sherman School Districts Share Curriculum Coordinator

Clymer and Sherman Central Schools are sharing a Curriculum Coordinator for the current school year.

The position is focused on student data and correlating curriculum resources for students at both schools. The position is a new one that is merged between the schools and is set to help both schools find gaps in their students’ education.

“This position will be focused on student data and correlating curriculum resources to student results,” Clymer Superintendent Beth Olson said. “This focused position will help us identify academic and social gaps for our students and contribute to the development of strategies to support our students.”

The role has been filled by Andrea Bryant.

“Mrs. Andrea Bryant is the new curriculum coordinator for both Sherman and Clymer,” Sherman Superintendent Carrie Yohe said. “Mrs. Bryant comes to the district with 22-plus years of teaching experience. In her new role, she will be assisting our administrative teams by providing instructional leadership across subject areas.”

At Sherman, Bryant will be focused on becoming familiar with the curriculums already in place before she begins to look at where the gaps might be.

“For her first year in Sherman, Mrs. Bryant will be becoming familiar with the curriculums used in Pre K through 12, reviewing their scope and sequences, and identifying focus areas that may need to be addressed,” Yohe said. “For example, we feel that our primary ELA program is lacking in phonics materials. Mrs. Bryant will reach out to schools in the region and companies to learn more about products that our students could benefit from.”

For herself, Bryant said she is excited to be stepping into the role and expanding her career.

“I am excited to take this next step in my teaching career, and to use my experiences to help both districts make the biggest impact possible in our childrens’ lives,” Bryant said.

Bryant officially began her new position at the beginning of the 2022-2023 school year.

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