Upcoming Events

THURSDAY, NOV 15, 2018

12:00 PM

Inclusion Programs for District 75 Students
Is a program of specialized support in a general education setting right for your child with a disability? Join us as we explore a unique program option with specialized supports http://www.includenyc.org/resources/includenyc-live/includenyc-live
WHERE:

http://www.includenyc.org/resources/includenyc-live/includenyc-live

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Jean Mizutani

212-677-4650 X 23

COST:

Free

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SATURDAY, NOV 17, 2018

12:00 AM

Harlem Wizards
The world-famous Harlem Wizards will visit Overland High School on Saturday, November, 17th for an evening of great fun and fundraising. Doors open at 6pm and the game starts at 7pm. The Wizards will play a game against a team of Overland High School, Prairie Middle School and feeder elementary school administrators and teachers. Special deals are available for reserved seats, warm up with the team, autographs and lots of great Harlem Wizards merchandise. Limited amount of tickets available. Call with any questions MJ Jobe 303-335-6311.
WHERE:

Overland High School, 12400 E Jewell Ave, Aurora, CO 80012

CONTACT INFORMATION:

MJ Jobe

303-335-6311

COST:

$10 to $35

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TUESDAY, NOV 20, 2018

4:00 PM

Buell Early Childhood Leadership Program Information Session for 2019-20 Cohort
This program is designed to grow the competencies of experienced and emerging Colorado leaders in early childhood. The program offers an 18-credit graduate certificate in the field of early childhood leadership that can also be articulated into one of several master’s or doctoral programs in the School of Education & Human Development at the University of Colorado Denver. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Applicants must meet the following qualifications to apply to the program. · Conferred bachelor’s degree by May 2019 · Direct experience working with and/or on behalf of children birth to eight and their families in the field of early childhood health, mental health, family support or early learning that has informed leadership practice. APPLICANT CONSIDERATIONS All applications are reviewed by an admissions committee to select a cohort of 20 students. The admissions committee considers the following in each applicant: · Openness to learn and apply leadership strategies · Strong academic record · Commitment to full participation and completion · Ability to engage in respectful and reciprocal interaction · Demonstrated professional competencies and potential · Contribution to a diverse cohort TUITION Generous funding by the Buell Foundation provides for each admitted student (Buell Fellow) to receive a scholarship for the 18 required credits. Fellows will incur costs throughout the program year related to books, travel and lodging while attending classes in Denver.
WHERE:

CU Denver Zoom Video Conference: Join: https://ucdsehd.zoom.us/j/402717231

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Sara Van Dyke

720-639-9229

COST:

Free

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THURSDAY, NOV 29, 2018

11:30 AM

City Year Denver Business Luncheon
This networking event engages and honors business leaders in our community who are uniquely making a difference in education.
WHEN:

Nov. 29, 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM

WHERE:

Seawell Ballroom at the Denver Center for Performing Arts (1350 Arapahoe St, Denver, CO 80204)

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Ashleigh Arnall

3032264882

COST:

Sponsorships Available

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5:30 PM

A Conversation on Innovation Schools
Join us at 5:30 p.m., Nov. 29, at the Pin Bureau (325 S. College Ave) for an evening of dialogue, learning, and connection! This will be an opportunity to engage with educators and community partners while listening to the voices and the experiences of current innovation school teachers from across Indianapolis. Hear practitioners share best practices, lessons learned, and teacher narrative while adding your own voice to the ongoing conversation. Dinner will be served so share this opportunity with your network and bring your teacher friends and colleagues out for a night of discussion and learning!
WHERE:

PIN Bureau, 325 S College Ave. Indianapolis

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Yohan Chang

8479976583

COST:

Free

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THURSDAY, DEC 6, 2018

5:30 PM

LITE Pitch Night, Memphis
Want to help select the next great entrepreneurial idea in Memphis? Want to help students reach their dreams? Join us on Thursday, December 6th from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm to hear 35 amazing high school students pitch their entrepreneurial ideas to the community. Audience members will help in selecting thousands of dollars in additional funds for the student ideas. All proceeds from tickets will go to support future ideas launched by high school students. LITE has been able to grow from 3 ideas a year to 75 ideas a year due to support from the community. Last year, individual donations alone supported 66 of our high school entrepreneurs and their ventures. Imagine how many students we could reach in 2019 with continued community support.
WHERE:

McCallum Ballroom at Rhodes College

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Alexandra Thompson

731-326-3748

COST:

$10

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FRIDAY, DEC 7, 2018

8:00 AM

Building Resilient Classrooms: SEL Institute
This two-day institute is designed to support educators in successfully implementing strategies and practices that help to develop the skills necessary to maintain and improve social-emotional health, both in and out of the classroom. Participants will engage in social-emotional practices of self-management and relationship building techniques, including: Teacher self-care: stress management, building empathy, establishing positive relationships Student self-care: identifying emotions, communication and self-regulation skills Participants of the institute will leave with: 1) Deep understanding of the physiological and psychological effects of stress and the ways SEL and mindfulness can positively impact their students and themselves 2) Curricular tools that they can apply in their classrooms to help students develop into socially and emotionally aware young people who thrive in academic and social environments 3) A better understanding of how to deal with students and families in crisis and cope with vicarious trauma Who Should Attend This Institute? Educators at all levels of education, from teachers to admin Instructional coaches Those responsible for hiring and maintaining talent Counselors SEL and Mindfulness Advisors looking for something different Schools on the cutting edge of innovation in education Key Content: Developing calming strategies to use in the classroom Identifying ways to handle stress or trauma Explain the physiological and biological responses to prolonged stress and how to alleviate negative impacts Register: https://www.mymindsparklearning.org/events-and-institutes/building-sel-institute
WHEN:

Dec. 7, 8:00 AM to Dec. 8, 4:00 PM

WHERE:

455 South Pierce St., Lakewood, CO (mindSpark Learning)

CONTACT INFORMATION:

mindSpark Learning

(303) 963-5390

COST:

Early Bird Pricing Available Until 11/9 $295

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TUESDAY, DEC 11, 2018

6:00 PM

Dreams of Independence for Young People with Disabilities Symposium
An evening with International Disability Rights Advocate Judith Heumann with our community of parents, young people and professionals. http://www.includenyc.org/resources/special-event/dreams-of-independence
WHERE:

The Graduate Center, City University of New York

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Jean Mizutani

212-677-4650 X 23

COST:

Free- must register

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THURSDAY, DEC 13, 2018

9:30 AM

Early Childhood Leadership Commission Meeting
The Early Childhood Leadership Commission (ECLC) is Colorado’s state advisory council for early childhood. We work to improve outcomes for pregnant women, young children birth to age eight and their families by advancing the alignment, coordination and efficiency of programs and services. Join us to learn about early childhood initiatives happening across the state, share your ideas during public comment, and connect with early childhood supporters and advocates who are working to ensure all children are valued, healthy and thriving!
WHEN:

Dec. 13, 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM

WHERE:

Health Care & Policy Financing, 303 East 17th Avenue, Denver

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Kristina Heyl

3038174706

COST:

No Cost

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SATURDAY, JAN 26, 2019

10:00 AM

5th Annual Administrator Job Fair
Educators, if you are seeking administrative positions for the 2019-20 school year, please plan on attending the 5th Annual Administrator Job Fair. The fair will host Human Resource personnel who are recruiting educators for administrative positions. Last year, 18 school districts participated in the job fair and hosted 126 educators seeking positions and networking opportunities with district representatives. Currently, this is the only fair that focuses on job opportunities for administrators.
WHEN:

Jan. 26, 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM

WHERE:

St. Peter Claver S.J. Hall, Regis University – Lowell Campus 3333 Regis Blvd. Denver, CO 8022\1

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Jesus Escarcega

303.340.0864

COST:

Free to Educators

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10:00 AM

5th Annual K-12 Administrator Job Fair
Educators, if you are seeking administrative positions for the 2019-20 school year, please plan on attending the 5th Annual Administrator Job Fair. The fair will host Human Resource personnel who are recruiting educators for administrative positions. Last year, 18 school districts participated in the job fair and hosted 126 educators seeking positions and networking opportunities with district representatives. Currently, this is the only fair that focuses on job opportunities for administrators. The districts that participated in last year’s job fair: Academy Sch. Dist. 20 Adams 12 Five Star Schools Adams 14 Sch. Dist. Aurora Public Schools Boulder Valley Sch. Dist. Brighton Sch. Dist. Cherry Creek Sch. Dist. Denver Public Schools DSST Pub. Sch. Douglas County Sch. Dist. Greeley-Evans Sch. Dist. 6 Jefferson Co. Sch. Littleton Pub. Sch. Mesa Co. Sch. Dist. 51 Pueblo City Schools St. Vrain Sch. Dist. STRIVE Prep Westminster Sch. Dist. Take advantage of the 2019 job fair to connect with school district representatives and learn about administrative openings for the coming school year! The event is FREE to all K-12 educators.
WHEN:

Jan. 26, 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM

WHERE:

St. Peter Claver S.J. Hall Regis University – Lowell Campus 3333 Regis Blvd. Denver, CO 80221

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Jesus Escarcega

1 303 238-0864

COST:

Free to Educators

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MONDAY, FEB 11, 2019

12:00 AM

Annual Summit, TN Educational Equity Coalition, Nashville
Education advocates from across Tennessee will convene at the annual summit organized by the Tennessee Educational Equity Coalition. The two-day event will feature national, state and local leaders discussing pressing educational issues. Members attend breakout sessions, craft an action agenda, and learn about advocacy strategies. The summit will close with visits to state lawmakers in Tennessee's Legislature.
WHEN:

Feb. 11, 12:00 AM to Feb. 12, 12:00 AM

WHERE:

Nashville, TN

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Conexion Americas

615.454.6181

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THURSDAY, FEB 28, 2019

7:00 AM

Colorado League of Charter Schools: 2019 Annual Conference
The Conference features a meeting place for the 255 charter schools and their staff from across Colorado. Organizers for this event expect nearly 1000 school leaders, board members, authorizers, new school developers, teachers, and support staff to gather together to find content to educate, inspire and connect them to the charter school movement.
WHEN:

Feb. 28, 7:00 AM to Mar. 1, 3:00 PM

WHERE:

Denver Marriott Tech Center

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Colorado League of Charter Schools

3039895356

COST:

$225-$525

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