Dr. Rachael McClain
Assistant Superintendent - Learning & Innovation
Director of Instructional Services
TTU 2+1 Coordinator
Director of Special Education & 504
Multilingual Education Programs
Pathways in Technology
Reading Programs and Resources
Summer Camps and Programs (Details coming soon)
College & Career Readiness
Local, State, & Federal Accountability
All professional staff must complete the following required training as indicated:
6-hour ethics training (completed every three years)
SIOP training (completed every three years or by district/campus recommendation)
Bloodborne pathogens (annually)
Sexual harassment (annually)
Bullying prevention and policy (annually)
Child safety (annually)
Dating violence (annually for secondary staff)
Required trainings are completed through Edbrix via links to an outside site, Eduhero. Once trainings are complete, certificates from Eduhero should be uploaded into Edbrix. For assistance or questions, please contact Sherrie Whittenburg at email@example.com.
Professional Development Resources
Earn a Bachelor's Degree & Become a Certified Teacher
The TechTeachAcrossRuralTexas program is offered to students who hold an Associate's of Arts in Teaching degree. The teacher candidates who enroll in the one year teacher preparation program engage in an intense clinical experience in partnership with Snyder ISD. The teacher candidates receive classroom coaching from skilled, experienced site coordinators and mentor teachers. They immediately apply principles and strategies from online coursework in their field placement classrooms while completing a Bachelor of Science degree and a teacher certific2 Columnsation in one calendar year.
The StrongTeachersDayOne program offers alternative certification for Bachelor's degree holders in any discipline. Students get paid from day one while working alongside mentor teachers in the classrooms. This program is an intensive personalized mentoring and coaching program. Within one semester, candidates can receive teacher certification and be ready for their own classroom.