"Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire."
Mx. Gore was a theater and film teacher for over 10 years. They believe that the first step to improving the education system is by strengthening the connections in the classroom.
“Believe in yourself, learn, and never stop wanting to build a better world." - Mary Bethune
“I expect my students to make a healthy living through healthy choices.”
Mr. Adam is intrinsically motivated and embraces the responsibilities of his profession to facilitate normal development and positive client response to interventions; promote health and safety including a healthy environment; intervene in response to actual and potential health problems; provide case management services; and actively collaborate with others to build client and family capacity for adaptation, self- management, self advocacy, and learning. He is a proud nurse of students at both NET campuses.
“We cannot always build a future for our youth, but we can always build our youth for the future.” ― Franklin D. Roosevelt.
Mr. Chris is originally from Donaldsonville, Louisiana and has been living in New Orleans for the past 14 years. He will always go above and beyond to help others. He has been working with young people for 7 years and it has been one of the most rewarding career choices he has ever made.
Seth Paddock, Director of Data and Enrollment
“Two of my high school teachers that had a tremendous impact on me and inspired me to be a teacher."
Mr. Seth comes to EQA Schools all the way from Ithaca, New York. He attended Cornell University and immediately began working in education after graduation. Before joining the NET staff, Seth was the director of J. Austin White Cultural Center in Eudora, Arkansas, which offers after-school and summer programs for children. He has been working in education now for over seven years. In his free time, Seth enjoys reading, woodworking, traveling, and camping. Mr. Seth’s parents still reside in Ithaca, and he has an older brother who lives in Alabama.
Biography by NET alum Renni
“People don’t care how much you know, until they know how much you care.”
“What happens here, stays here, but what’s learned is taken with us.¨
“It takes a village."