Hi Tracy,Contact Shakespeare & Company in Lenox, MA (easily found at shakespeare.org) and ask to speak to someone in the Education department. [The theatre company uses the "&" while the book store uses "and." ] Their education program and specific focus on training high school teachers how to teach and direct is the gold standard in the US. (I've had perfectly fine experience with Folger as well.) They used to run a summer institute through the NEH for high school teachers which was fantastic. I don't know whether they are still doing this, but it's worth asking when the next one will be. It's also worth asking if they have resources available for teachers outside their programs.
If you need something good in your week and you want to see 500 rural teenagers hanging on every word, laughing easily at 400 year old jokes, and hissing all the villains, see what you can search up about the "Fall Festival of Shakespeare." I'm assuming there are some public videos, and it's an event like nothing else.
There are also a handful of artists and teachers on these boards who have a lot of experience and specific training in Shakespeare, and we'd be happy to answer your questions too!