2016–2017 McKay School Theme
What e’er thou art, act well thy part.
Have you noticed someone doing their part? Are they doing it well? Let us know! Tell us about them in no more than 200 words and send to McKayPRTeam@byu.edu.
The CITES office personnel visited the Church History Museum and saw the original stone with the inscription that inspired President McKay.
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The BYU–Public School Partnership put on a successful Arts Express Conference in June with 450 educators from the BYU-PSP school districts. The hands-on conference showed how using the arts could help students benefit in their learning. For a full report on the event, click here.
The McKay School of Education celebrated the newest class of graduates during the August graduation ceremonies. There was a total of 228 graduates, with 156 earning bachelor’s degrees, 9 earning educational specialist degrees, 41 earning master’s degrees, and 22 earning doctorates. See a report of the convocation here.