PLC-Professional Learning Communities

Creating a Professional Learning Community at Work

What is a Professional Learning Community?


Professional learning community (PLC)

An ongoing process in which educators work collaboratively in recurring cycles of collective inquiry and action research to achieve better results for the students they serve. Professional learning communities operate under the assumption that the key to improved learning for students is continuous job-embedded learning for educators.

Rusk Junior High PLCs


Reading PLCELA/Writing PLCMath PLCScience PLCHistory PLCGrade Level PLC'sVertical PLC's


6th Grade:
Mrs. Solis
Mrs. Norman

6th Grade:
Mrs. Kellis
Mrs. Dyess
Mrs. D. Goff

6th Grade:
Team Leader-Mrs. Kellis
Math Department: 6-8
Leader-Mrs. Hardy

ELA Department:
Leader-Mrs. Green

7th Grade:
Mrs. Greene
Mrs. Perez
Mrs. Thompson
7th Grade:
Mrs. Garner
Mrs. Thompson
7th Grade:
Mrs. McClure
Mrs. M. Goff


7th Grade:
Team Leader-Mrs. Green
Science Department: 6-8
Leader-Mrs. Besson
8th Grade:
Mrs. Burkhalter
Mr. Hanrahan
8th Grade:
Mrs. Hardy
Ms. Day
8th Grade:
Mrs. Moore
Mrs. Harmon
8th Grade:
Mr. Eckel
Mrs. Harmon
Mr. Williams

8th Grade:
Team Leader-Mrs. Hardy
History Department:
Leader-Mr. Eckel