The ECLC Team
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The ECLC Team
We are delighted to share a joint press release created with our partners at Peabody Essex Museum (PEM) that details a new partnership called "Ring the Bells," which is an appreciation initiative for educators/school staff in Essex County. Ring the Bells provides a day of fun, learning, and family discounts for all ECLC district public employees to gain free entry to the PEM and reduced prices at local participating merchants in Salem. We want to thank our incredible partners and sponsors, and ring the bells for all of the ECLC district public employees who keep our schools and communities running, especially in hard times!
Read the full press release here:
Museum to Offer Free Admittance and Salem Businesses to Extend Special Discount Offers
March 9, 2021 — The Peabody Essex Museum (PEM) and the Essex County Learning Community (ECLC) announce the launch of “Ring the Bells for Public School Employees,” an initiative designed to express heartfelt appreciation to all school employees in the 15 school districts in Essex County that are ECLC members. ECLC is a professional development network that helps educators support students with learning disabilities and those who have experienced trauma—as well as students who have been marginalized or minoritized because of structural inequities based on race, culture, income, language, or gender. The ECLC is funded by the Peter and Elizabeth Tower Foundation, with additional funding from the Essex County Community Foundation.
Read on for the full press release at PEM's website...