Mariemont City Schools recently announced that both Mariemont Elementary School and Terrace Park Elementary School have been recognized as Apple Distinguished Schools for the 2023-2026 program term. ME and TPE were selected for this distinction based on their commitment to continuous innovation in education and using Apple products to create exemplary learning practices.
Apple Distinguished Schools are recognized as some of the most innovative in the world. They’re centers of leadership and educational excellence, with a clear vision for how technology-rich environments support learning goals. In Apple Distinguished Schools, forward-thinking leaders and their communities work to inspire, imagine and impact teaching and learning, and they have documented results of academic accomplishments.
Schools all over the world are using iPad and Mac to transform learning. As teachers incorporate technology into lessons, they empower students to lead, learn and thrive, to discover new opportunities, and to make their world a better place.
Mariemont City Schools’ Coordinator of Technology Brian Sugerman and technology coach Jackie Heinzelmann were honored at the October Board of Education meeting, along with ME principal Ericka Simmons and TPE principal Tami Croll, for their work in leading the Apple Distinguished Schools nomination process.