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1. NEW SCHOOL LEADER ORIENTATION

Program: BCHF Professional Learning Opportunities Catalog

Audience: School leaders, assistant school leaders and coaches, management company representatives

Dates: 7/24/2024

Starting Soon
Welcome to the BCHF portfolio of schools! This in-person, informal seminar is designed to support new school leaders as they assume responsibilities for the 2024-25 school year. Leaders who would like a refresher are also invited! Topics (10:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M.) include Sponsor roles and responsibilities; Basics of school finance; Compliance monitoring; and Academic performance and school improvement. An optional module of the training will be included from 3:00 to 4:30 P.M. on school discipline. A light soup and salad lunch will be provided. Please email Carol Young, cyoung@buckeyehope.org with any special dietary requests. If you have a severe food allergy or condition, we advise you to bring a packed lunch.

2. TEACHER BOOTCAMP

Program: BCHF Professional Learning Opportunities Catalog

Audience: Teachers; Teacher mentors

Dates: 7/30/2024 to 7/31/2024

Let's kick the year off right! Learn helpful tips of the trade in classroom organization; classroom management; student engagement; and lesson delivery skills. Join us for two evenings to help you prepare for your first year or your best year ever! Novice and experts alike are welcome!

3. TEACHER RETENTION: FACTS AND FIGURES

Program: BCHF Professional Learning Opportunities Catalog

Audience: School leaders, assistant school leaders; instructional coaches; ,management company representatives

Dates: 7/31/2024

They needed more money; wanted to work closer to home; wanted to take a break from it all. These are the reasons staff leave, right? Research shows that staff are less likely to leave if they are well-rooted in school culture. This session will discuss leadership style, systems and support, and career opportunities as important cultural determiners of staff retention. Learn how the best schools keep the best teachers.

4. DATA DATA EVERYWHERE

Program: BCHF Professional Learning Opportunities Catalog

Audience: School Leaders

Dates: 8/6/2024

Can you explain the data reports sent by BCHF? Have you seen what is available in the Centralized Reporting System (CRS)? This session will benefit school leaders planning to use the reports created by BCHF. During this session we will review both the BCHF reports and information available through the Readiness Assessment system.

5. Northwest Region CPI Non-Violent Crisis Intervention INITIAL Training new certification

Program: BCHF Professional Learning Opportunities Catalog

Audience: Crisis Team Members as identified by school leader

Dates: 8/12/2024

This INITIAL 6-hour training is designed to certify new crisis team members. The training will cover prevention strategies, verbal de-escalation strategies, disengagement skills, and holding skills. Participants will complete 2 hours of asynchronous pre-work and 6 hours of in-person training. Pre-work will be sent in a separate email with a personalized link and must be completed 3 days before attending the in-person session. Failure to complete pre-work will result in withdrawal from the training. This training meets Ohio Department of Education requirements for Restraint and Seclusion. CPI Blue Card credentialing expires 1 year from completion-training location: L. Hollingworth School, 653 Miami St., Toledo, OH. Please email Brit Seward at bseward@buckeyehope.org for specific questions regarding this training.

6. Northwest Region CPI Non-Violent Crisis Intervention REFRESHER Training renew certification

Program: BCHF Professional Learning Opportunities Catalog

Audience: Crisis prevention team identified by school leader

Dates: 8/12/2024

This REFRESHER 3-hour training is designed to renew current crisis team members. The training will review de-escalation strategies, disengagement and holding skills. Participants must verify current credentials by presenting their current card at the time training or via email. This training meets Ohio Department of Education requirements for Restraint and Seclusion. CPI Blue Card credentialing expires 1 year from completion-training location: L. Hollingworth School, 653 Miami St., Toledo, OH. Please email Brit Seward at bseward@buckeyehope.org for specific questions regarding this training.

7. WHY DON'T STUDENTS LOVE SCHOOL?

Program: BCHF Professional Learning Opportunities Catalog

Audience: Instructional coaches, teachers, educational aides/paraprofessionals

Dates: 8/14/2024

Why does that kindergarten enthusiasm soon fade after a student begins school? This session is all about engaging students and rediscovering the joy of learning. We will explore the latest research from cognitive and motivational science and apply it to the everyday classroom. Participants will exit this session with clear strategies for recharging your classroom.

8. COHORT: LITERACY AND DYSLEXIA

Program: BCHF Professional Learning Opportunities Catalog

Audience: Classroom teachers, Special Education teachers, Academic support staff, and Instructional Coaches

Dates: 8/19/2024 to 5/20/2025

New
The Dyslexia and Literacy Cohort is designed for classroom teachers and anyone who provides instruction on Dyslexia or Literacy. This cohort is designed with those instructors in mind. The cohort will meet 4 times this year (2 in the 1st semester and 2 in the 2nd semester) with a focus on Best Practices for Dyslexia and Literacy. Session topics for the first semester are as August 8, 2024: How to Prepare a Successful Year of Dyslexic Instruction October 8, 2024 : Providing Effective Instruction through Best Practice Strategies

9. North-Central Region CPI Non-Violent Crisis Intervention INITIAL Training new certification

Program: BCHF Professional Learning Opportunities Catalog

Audience: Crisis Prevention Team Members as Identified by School Leader

Dates: 8/20/2024

This INITIAL 6-hour training is designed to certify new crisis team members. The training will cover prevention strategies, verbal de-escalation strategies, disengagement skills, and holding skills. Participants will complete 2 hours of asynchronous pre-work and 6 hours of in-person training. Pre-work will be sent in a separate email with a personalized link and must be completed 3 days before attending the in-person session. Failure to complete pre-work will result in withdrawal from the training. This training meets Ohio Department of Education requirements for Restraint and Seclusion. CPI Blue Card credentialing expires 1 year from completion-training location: Richland School of Academic Arts 1456 Park Ave. West Mansfield, OH. Please email Brit Seward at bseward@buckeyehope.org for specific questions regarding this training.

10. North-Central Region CPI Non-Violent Crisis Intervention REFRESHER-renew certification

Program: BCHF Professional Learning Opportunities Catalog

Audience: Crisis Prevention Team Members as Identified by School Leader

Dates: 8/20/2024

This REFRESHER 3-hour training is designed to renew current crisis team members. The training will review de-escalation strategies, disengagement, and holding skills. Participants must verify current credentials by presenting their current card during training or via email. This training meets Ohio Department of Education requirements for Restraint and Seclusion. CPI Blue Card credentialing expires 1 year from completion-training location: The Richland School of Academic Arts, 1456 Park Ave. West, Mansfield, OH. Please email Brit Seward at bseward@buckeyehope.org for specific questions regarding this training.

11. TEACHER BOOTCAMP--Repeat Session

Program: BCHF Professional Learning Opportunities Catalog

Audience: Teachers; Teacher mentors

Dates: 8/21/2024 to 8/22/2024

Let's kick the year off right! Learn helpful tips of the trade in classroom organization; classroom management; student engagement; and lesson delivery skills. Join us for two evenings to help you prepare for your first year or your best year ever! Novice and experts alike are welcome!

12. SUCCESSFUL STRATEGIES TO ENGAGE FAMILIES

Program: BCHF Professional Learning Opportunities Catalog

Audience: Teachers, School Leaders

Dates: 8/29/2024

Ready to transform your relationships with parents into powerful partnerships? This session addresses effective ways teachers and leaders can set the stage for positive collaboration, create a plan to keep families meaningfully engaged all year long, and involve family and community members in innovative ways. We will also discuss the best ways to manage and mitigate conflicts. Participants will be fully equipped to nurture meaningful partnerships that help our students thrive.

13. INCREASING YOUR MATHEMATICS LEADERHIP IQ

Program: BCHF Professional Learning Opportunities Catalog

Audience: Mathematics leaders including but not limited to teacher team leaders, academic coaches, mathematics coordinators, and principals

Dates: 9/10/2024

What essential actions are necessary to become an effective mathematics leader committed to improving mathematics education? Mathematics program improvement requires familiarity with mathematical leadership principles, teaching standards, and instructional practices. Designed for school leaders, this session evaluates your current situation while helping you kickstart your mathematics school improvement plan. The goal is to create systems and processes that will positively impact the mathematics achievement of all students.

14. COHORT: LEADERSHIP

Program: BCHF Professional Learning Opportunities Catalog

Audience: School leaders, assistant school leaders, leadership teams. and instructional coaches

Dates: 9/11/2024 to 11/13/2024

The BCHF Leadership Cohort is designed with school leaders and their priority needs in mind. The cohort will meet 2-3 times each semester with a focus in 2023-24 on building support for inexperienced and non-traditional teachers. Session topics are as follows: September 11 - Building your Faculty by Building Relationships October 16 - Extended Onboarding: Adding and Refining Skill of New and Inexperienced Teachers November 13 - How Leaders Improve Pedagogy Please join us for all or some of these sessions as you are able. Leaders who attend at least four cohort sessions through the year will receive a special certificate and free book:)

15. ALL WRITE! ALL WRITE! ALL WRITE! Writing in the Content Areas (ASYNCHRONOUS)

Program: BCHF Professional Learning Opportunities Catalog

Audience: Teachers--especially those who teach special area classes and non-ELA classrooms; however ELA teachers could always use some new and interesting writing prompts.

Dates: 9/12/2024

ALL WRITE!ALL WRITE! ALL WRITE! Writing IS thinking. The more teachers can use writing in their non-ELA classrooms, the deeper the thought process will be in the classroom. The is an ASYNCHRONOUS session where you can work at your own pace! There is a unit planning guide which you will turn in at the end of your learning which will award your CEU or hours. This is a rare opportunity for you to work at your own pace and on your own timeline.

16. FUN AND FACTUAL PARENT CONFERENCES

Program: BCHF Professional Learning Opportunities Catalog

Audience: Teachers; School Leaders

Dates: 9/12/2024

New
Want to re-invent parent-teacher conferences so that they are meaningful and create two-sided discussions and conversations? Learn how to develop conferences that involve students, parents and teachers in a fruitful, honest discussion.

17. Coaching Season

Program: BCHF Professional Learning Opportunities Catalog

Audience: Instructional coaches; teacher leaders; school leaders

Dates: 9/16/2024

New
So, you've checked off the box that reads: "Staff hired and in place"... now what? In this session, we will discuss and determine how coaching can make the difference for your year, your teachers, and your school.

18. Central Region CPI Non-Violent Crisis Intervention INITIAL Training new certification

Program: BCHF Professional Learning Opportunities Catalog

Audience: Crisis Prevention Team as Identified by School Leader

Dates: 9/17/2024

Central Region CPI Non-Violent Crisis Intervention INITIAL Training 1/4 new certification This INITIAL 6-hour training is designed to certify new crisis team members. The training will cover prevention strategies, verbal de-escalation strategies, disengagement skills, and holding skills. Participants will complete 2 hours of asynchronous pre-work and 6 hours of in-person training. Pre-work will be sent in a separate email with a personalized link and must be completed 3 days before attending the in-person session. Failure to complete pre-work will result in withdrawal from the training. This training meets Ohio Department of Education requirements for Restraint and Seclusion. CPI Blue Card credentialing expires 1 year from completion-training location: Flex High School, 907 Lexington Avenue Columbus, OH. Please email Brit Seward at bseward@buckeyehope.org for specific questions regarding this training.

19. Central Region CPI Non-Violent Crisis Intervention REFRESHER Training - renew certification

Program: BCHF Professional Learning Opportunities Catalog

Audience: Crisis Prevention Team as Identified by School Leader

Dates: 9/17/2024

This REFRESHER 3-hour training is designed to renew current crisis team members. The training will review de-escalation strategies, disengagement, and holding skills. Participants must verify current credentials by presenting their current card during training or via email. This training meets Ohio Department of Education requirements for Restraint and Seclusion. CPI Blue Card credentialing expires 1 year from completion-training location:Flex High School, 907 Lexington Avenue; Columbus, Ohio Please email Brit Seward at bseward@buckeyehope.org for specific questions regarding this training.

20. COHORT: TEACHER EMPOWERMENT

Program: BCHF Professional Learning Opportunities Catalog

Audience: Teachers and instructional aides

Dates: 9/17/2024 to 1/29/2025

TEACHER POWER! Do you sometimes feel powerless to control anything in your classroom? Join us for a year-long journey as we investigate together major topics that teachers want to know about. Session One will discuss De-Escalation; Session Two will provide hints and tips to increase student engagement; Session Three will give helpful hints to improve student agency; and Session Four will discuss providing deeper. learning in your lessons. Join the teacher family and ride with us this school year!Our teacher cohort is a place to learn and share ideas and strategies for helping you not only manage your classroom, but make it a safe and energized space for both the students and you.

21. WHY DON'T STUDENTS REMEMBER CONTENT?

Program: BCHF Professional Learning Opportunities Catalog

Audience: Instructional Coaches, Classroom teachers, intervention specialists, and teaching aides/paraprofessionals

Dates: 9/18/2024

But I already taught them that! When your students have failed to acquire an important foundational skill, their previous teachers will assure you that the content has been taught. Perhaps it has. There are a number of reasons, though, why students do not retain critical content. These range from lack of practice to cultural relevancy. Learn how to better help students remember and make critical connections to retain important skills and knowledge. This session will explore recent findings from cognitive psychology and translate them into practical suggestions for YOUR classroom.

22. BCHF ALL SCHOOLS MEETING

Program: BCHF Professional Learning Opportunities Catalog

Audience: School leaders, management company representatives, assistant leaders

Dates: 9/19/2024

Welcome the new 2024-25 school year with BCHF! Our All Schools meeting will kick off the year with vital updates and useful information specific to community schools. We follow presentations with our popular Solutions Center where leaders can talk in depth with an expert. Join us in person in Columbus! BCHF requests that one representative of each school attend.

23. THE TROUBLING 2%: STUDENTS WHO LIGHT THE MATCH. -PART 1

Program: BCHF Professional Learning Opportunities Catalog

Audience: Teachers, School Leaders, Para Professionals

Dates: 9/19/2024

This session is intended to engage, discuss and deepen our shared understanding of children and youth with significant behavior needs. We also hope through our discussion to renew commitment as educators to meeting needs and problem-solving behavior that disrupts positive school climate.

24. ONE MINUTE CLASSROOM MAGIC

Program: BCHF Professional Learning Opportunities Catalog

Audience: Teachers

Dates: 9/23/2024

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Join us for a fast-paced listing of one-minute strategies that will engage students and fine-tune your teaching skills as well! This will be like "speed-dating" for teaching strategies.

25. INTRODUCTION TO RESTORATIVE PRACTICES

Program: BCHF Professional Learning Opportunities Catalog

Audience: Teachers, School Leaders

Dates: 9/24/2024

In this introductory session, participants will explore the foundational principles and concepts of restorative justice. We will delve into its origins, compare it with traditional punitive approaches, and discuss its application in various societal contexts. Through interactive discussions and case studies, participants will gain a deeper understanding of how restorative justice fosters accountability, healing, and reconciliation within communities.

26. NO MUD, NO LOTUS: MINDFULNESS IN EDUCATION

Program: BCHF Professional Learning Opportunities Catalog

Audience: School leaders and teachers

Dates: 9/25/2024

Feeling overwhelmed by the demands of teaching? Discover practical mindfulness techniques to navigate challenges, improve focus and emotional regulation, and lead with clarity. This session equips you with tools to cultivate a thriving school environment and unleash the full potential of your students and your school.

27. COHORT: SUPPORTING MULTI-LINGUAL LEARNERS

Program: BCHF Professional Learning Opportunities Catalog

Audience: TESOL/EL/MLL teachers & classroom teachers serving linguistically diverse students

Dates: 9/26/2024 to 4/10/2025

New
Join us to stay updated with the latest research and news in multilingual education, learn innovative strategies tailored to your classroom, and engage in meaningful networking with peers. In this supportive community committed to enhancing language development and academic achievement for all students, we meet to share ideas, strategies, and ready-to-use instructional resources. Each session is a blend of learning, sharing experiences, and building a collective knowledge base to effectively support emergent multilinguals in their educational journey. Each session will focus o different topics: September 26: Data Management / Newcomer Q&A December 12: Collaborating with Classroom Teachers / Games We Love

28. BUILDING CULTURE THROUGH COACHING

Program: BCHF Professional Learning Opportunities Catalog

Audience: Instructional Coaches; School Leaders

Dates: 10/2/2024

New
Every successful team has an intentional coach. How do you coach your "players" to win the instruction game? In this session, we will overview coaching strategies and styles that you can employ with your staff to make sure that your team is functioning to win.

29. COHORT: SOCIAL STUDIES

Program: BCHF Professional Learning Opportunities Catalog

Audience: Social Studies Teachers

Dates: 10/3/2024 to 4/30/2025

New
A cohort for social studies educators to improve instructional practices, increase test scores, and empower students to be effective citizens. Through this collaborative group, we will be discussing the future of social studies with the advent of AI; test preparation; and turning students into citizens.

30. COHORT: SPECIAL EDCATION NETWORK

Program: BCHF Professional Learning Opportunities Catalog

Audience: Special Educators and Special Education Leaders

Dates: 10/7/2024 to 3/5/2025

New
This cohort equips intervention specialists with essential skills across three focused sessions. Session 1 guides participants in exploring effective communication strategies to build trust and respect with families and the community. Session 2 establishes a solid understanding of special education laws, including IDEA and ADA, and imparts practical advocacy techniques. Session 3 centers on cultural competency and equity in special education, equipping participants with tools to support diverse student needs and promote inclusive educational practices. By the cohort's conclusion, participants will possess a comprehensive toolkit to enhance family engagement, navigate legal requirements, and foster inclusive learning environments.

31. AI FOR EDUCATORS

Program: BCHF Professional Learning Opportunities Catalog

Audience: Teachers, Staff, School Leaders

Dates: 10/10/2024

Is AI a menace to teaching and learning? Or is it magic? Join us for a lively session exploring ways to approach this topic with students, AI-powered classroom tools, and how AI can help teachers work smarter. Participants will also leave this session with resources that can be leveraged to help students thrive in a world that is becoming more automated every day.

32. COHORT: MATHEMATICS LEADERSHIP

Program: BCHF Professional Learning Opportunities Catalog

Audience: Mathematics leaders including but not limited to principals, academic coaches, grade team leaders, and master teachers.

Dates: 10/16/2024 to 5/6/2025

New
This program is designed for mathematics leaders at every level (e.g., principals, academic coaches, grade team leaders, and master teachers). The program aims to assess the impact of leaders on improving student learning by examining their current mathematics situation in terms of instruction, structure, and culture. Participants will become familiar with the National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics (NCSM) framework for leadership in Mathematics Education. You will be guided through developing a mathematics program improvement plan (MPIP) through assigned learning activities and deliverables designed to support progress through various stages of the MPIP. Participants are expected to attend meetings fully prepared to contribute to group learning. The primary resource for this year will be NCSM Essential Actions: Instructional Leadership in Mathematics Education. Session topics are: 1. Preparing Your Program (instructional focus); 2. Planting Seeds of Security (structural focus); 3. Cultivating a Healthy Mathematics Garden (cultural focus); and 4. Celebrating Improvement (sustainability focus).

33. LAUNCH YOUR FUTURE: APPRENTICESHIPS 101 WITH SPECIAL GUEST ROB GONDA

Program: BCHF Professional Learning Opportunities Catalog

Audience: School Leaders and CTE coordinators

Dates: 10/17/2024

Curious about helping your students launch a successful career straight out of high school? This session explores the exciting world of apprenticeships in Ohio. You'll discover the benefits of pre-apprenticeship programs, learn about a variety of in-demand apprenticeships available across the state, and understand the recent changes in apprenticeship laws that open up even more opportunities for you.

34. DETECTIVE PERSPECTIVE: CLARIFYING HIGH-QUALITY MATHEMATICS TEACHING AND LEARNING

Program: BCHF Professional Learning Opportunities Catalog

Audience: Mathematics leaders including but not limited to teacher team leaders, academic coaches, mathematics coordinators, and principals

Dates: 10/22/2024

As a school leader, can you detect what high-quality mathematics teaching and learning look, feel, and sound like? Is your personal vision for exemplary teaching and learning consistent with that of your mathematics teachers? Leaders who clarify what needs to be done and provide ongoing support help their staff succeed. This session will discuss strategies for developing a shared vision of exemplary mathematics teaching and learning and how to activate that vision.

35. WHY DON'T STUDENTS ACHIEVE?

Program: BCHF Professional Learning Opportunities Catalog

Audience: Instructional coaches, teachers, school leaders, and building leadership team members

Dates: 10/23/2024

After longer classes and more intervention, students still are not achieving in mathematics and many other subjects. Why? What does it take to move the student achievement needle? Latest research from cognitive and behavioral psychology provides teachers some direction in moving the achievement needle and facilitating clear learning gains. Join us as we discuss this powerful research and how it can impact your classroom!

36. THE TROUBLING 2%: STUDENTS WHO LIGHT THE MATCH-PART 2

Program: BCHF Professional Learning Opportunities Catalog

Audience: Teachers, School Leaders, Para Professionals

Dates: 10/24/2024

This session is intended to engage, discuss and deepen our shared understanding of children and youth with significant behavior needs. We also hope through our discussion to renew commitment as educators to meeting needs and problem-solving behavior that disrupts positive school climate.

37. IMPLEMENTING RESTORATIVE PRACTICES

Program: BCHF Professional Learning Opportunities Catalog

Audience: School Leaders, Teachers

Dates: 10/29/2024

Building on the foundational knowledge from Session 1, this session focuses on practical implementation strategies for restorative justice practices. Participants will learn about different models of restorative processes, such as circles and conferences. Through role-playing and scenario analysis, participants will gain hands-on experience in facilitating restorative dialogues and managing conflict resolution using restorative principles. This session aims to equip participants with the skills and confidence to apply restorative justice practices effectively in their own contexts.

38. IGNITING THE SPARK: TRANSFORMATIVE STRATEGIES FOR BUILDING STUDENT ENGAGEMENT

Program: BCHF Professional Learning Opportunities Catalog

Audience: Teachers

Dates: 11/6/2024

Transform your classroom into a hub of active learning! Discover proven strategies and innovative approaches that will awaken students' curiosity and participation. By activating students' background knowledge and fostering lively interactions in your classroom, these practical tools and resources will help you deliver lessons that captivate and inspire. With a new toolbox of engagement tactics that can be implemented immediately, participants will leave the session with the confidence to cultivate a more vibrant and effective learning environment.

39. THE SCIENCE OF READING FOR SECONDARY EDUCATORS (5-12)

Program: BCHF Professional Learning Opportunities Catalog

Audience: Teachers in grades 5-8; School leaders in middle and high schools

Dates: 11/12/2024

New
We've heard all of the conversations for elementary educators about the science of reading. Little has been said, however, for teachers in grades 5-12. Join our discussion about what the Science of Reading means for all of us at the secondary level in all content areas--not just ELA.

40. SUPPORTING MATHEMATICS TEACHERS BEFORE, DURING AND AFTER INSTRUCTION

Program: BCHF Professional Learning Opportunities Catalog

Audience: Mathematics leaders including but not limited to teacher team leaders, academic coaches, mathematics coordinators, and principals

Dates: 11/19/2024

How can you guarantee that mathematics instruction for your teachers and students is relevant and meaningful? This session is designed for leaders who give formal and informal feedback to mathematics teachers. You will learn how to use standards and data to ensure consistent learning expectations before the lesson, observe and collect evidence of high-quality instruction during learning, and give actionable feedback to teachers, individually and as a group, after the lesson.

41. KEEPING THE FLAME BURNING: STRATEGIES TO MAINTAIN STUDENT ATTENDANCE YEAR-ROUND

Program: BCHF Professional Learning Opportunities Catalog

Audience: All School Staff who work with children

Dates: 12/3/2024

Maintaining consistent student attendance is crucial for academic success, yet some periods throughout the school year can be more challenging than others. This interactive session equips you with effective strategies to keep students engaged and motivated, fostering a positive school climate that prioritizes attendance all year long.

42. ALL WRITE! ALL WRITE! ALL WRITE! Writing in the Content Areas (ASYNCHRONOUS)--Repeat Session

Program: BCHF Professional Learning Opportunities Catalog

Audience: Teachers--especially those who teach special area classes and non-ELA classrooms; however ELA teachers could always use some new and interesting writing prompts.

Dates: 1/22/2025

ALL WRITE!ALL WRITE! ALL WRITE! Writing IS thinking. The more teachers can use writing in their non-ELA classrooms, the deeper the thought process will be in the classroom. The is an ASYNCHRONOUS session where you can work at your own pace! There is a unit planning guide which you will turn in at the end of your learning which will award your CEU or hours. This is a rare opportunity for you to work at your own pace and on your own timeline.

43. 2025 BCHF Leadership Summit

Program: BCHF Professional Learning Opportunities Catalog

Dates: 6/9/2025 to 6/10/2025

Reserve the dates of June 9 and 10, 2025 now for BCHF's premier professional development event of the 2024-25 school year. More details will become available as we plan throughout the year.