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1. Hyperdocs *CTLE Approved*

Program: Model Schools CTLE #755

Dates: 11/28/2017

Starting Soon
Hyperdocs are a great way to individualize student learning, taking advantage of all the Digital resources we have available today. They are a collaboration of Google Slides, Forms, Docs and any other online app that you enjoy using. The students are able to work at their own pace and can be creative while responding to the prompts you have given them as the teacher. These are a great way to digitize a lesson and allow for more personalized instruction. Come away from this workshop understanding the benefits of using them and be on your way to having you first one created.
Registration will be held from 8-8:30

2. INTRODUCTION TO CODING *CTLE Approved*

Program: Special Education CTLE #755

Dates: 11/28/2017

NewStarting Soon
Coding? Programming? Say What?!?! It's all foreign language to me. In this workshop you'll get an introduction to what coding is. Introducing code can even be done without a computer or device. We'll take a look at resources available from code.org along with the Google CS First program, which is a free program. There will even be some robots on hand and a chance to play. RSVP to Sheri Seguin, Co-President/Secretary of NCCIRA at nccira.sec@gmail.com with your name, contact info., school district and your reading association affiliation.

3. Google Certified Educator Institute- Level 2 *CTLE Approved*

Program: Model Schools CTLE #755

Dates: 11/30/2017

Starting Soon
This Institute is intended for educators who have taken the Google Certified Educator Level 1 workshop and who have been actively using Google in their classroom and would like to prepare themselves for employing Google Apps in more depth. Do you want to prove your expertise? This is the Institute for you! This one-day training will dive deeper into Google content and will provide you with the next level expertise that you will need to successfully complete the Google Certified Educator Level 2 examination.
*Exam Vouchers will be provided at the end of the event for level 2.

Session Topics:
-Broadcasting Yourself with Google+, Hangouts, Blogger & YouTube
-Taking your Google Sites to the Next Level
-Diving Deeper into Google Apps; Google Draw; Doc, Sheets, & Forms
-Making the Most out of Google Calendar
-Add-on & Extensions: Maximizing your Chrome Experience
-Making the Most of Google Classroom
-Google Play for Education
-Going Global with Google Maps and Earth

Registration will be held from 8-8:30

4. Principal's Academy Follow-Up Session 4 *CTLE Approved*

Program: School Improvement CTLE #755

Dates: 12/1/2017

The topic of this session will continue the work of the summer Principal's Academy Retreat.

5. Smart Interactives *CTLE Approved*

Program: Model Schools CTLE #755

Dates: 12/4/2017

For this workshop we will focus on the built in tools the SMART Notebook offers for collaboration and 1:1 applications:
SMART Labs featuring interactive games and a collaborative team based challenge, plus a collaboration piece that has students posting to your SMART notebook, all of which the students do from their own device.
SMART (Student) Response 2 lets student answer questions right from their devices... no more clickers!
SMART Amp is a collaboration workspace that can be standalone or ties in with Google Classroom. Think Glogster meets Prezi meets Google Draw.
Your school needs to have purchased the yearly subscription to take advantage of these capabilities.

Registration will be held from 8-8:30
Participants will build on their knowledge of narrative and informational writing to understand the role of opinion/argument writing within the CCSS. Teachers will study methods for using mentor texts and classroom charts to promote both engagement and independence. Teachers will have time to analyze student work, as well as learn ways to support students' oral language through the use of a debate protocol that will help lift the level of their opinion/argument writing. In the afternoon, participants will work in primary and upper-grade groups. Primary teachers will build toolkits to support small group work and conferring within their opinion units. Upper grade teachers will study powerful methods for teaching personal essay, which will serve as the foundation for argument, content area and literary essays.

Please bring:
-the opinion units of study for your grade level
-Pathways book

7. Webinar for McKinney-Vento Support Leaders

Program: School Improvement CTLE #755

Audience: McKinney-Vento Support Leaders

Dates: 12/5/2017

Cultivating Mindfulness in the Classroom

8. School Library System Day - 12/07/17 - *CTLE Approved*

Program: School Library System - CTLE #3234

Audience: School Librarians, Library Assistants, and Library Aides

Dates: 12/7/2017

Location: Conf. Room C

The School Library System will hold a full day of professional activities, which will include librarian sharing of books, databases, and OPALS tricks (1 hr), citation workshop (2 hrs)in the morning and the CC/Liaison update session in the afternoon. All school librarians, library aides and assistants are welcome to attend.

9. Secondary Principals' Network Meeting

Program: Principal Networks CTLE #755

Audience: Secondary Principals

Dates: 12/8/2017

TBD

10. Google Expeditions- NYSCATE *CTLE Approved*

Program: Model Schools CTLE #755

Dates: 12/11/2017

Come see the world in a whole new way you never imagined! Within the last few years, Google has entered into exciting world of Virtual Reality! Cardboard is Google's low cost, fascinating solution that uses low cost viewer hardware combined with a mobile phone to create immersive, rich media experiences. During this hands on session, participants will learn about how the technology works, where it is heading in education with Google Expeditions, and how you can get started with exploring this exciting technology today!

Registration will be held from 8-8:30

11. Chairperson Meeting

Program: Special Education CTLE #755

Dates: 12/14/2017

Monthly meeting.
How do you know your writing instruction is working? Having a system in place for teachers to analyze and discuss student writing together can bring about dramatic gains in student achievement. In this three part series, participants will learn a series of protocols for looking at student writing not only to measure progress, but to plan for small group instruction and individual conferring. Each session will be devoted to understanding the qualities of writing for one of the three CCSS text types: narrative, informational and opinion/argument. Participants will learn to use the tools in the Writing Pathways book that undergird all the Units of Study for Teaching Writing. This session is open to all Writing Workshop teachers, but will be particularly helpful for coaches, administrators and lead-teachers who want to bring back replicable protocols for looking at student writing to their school sites. Participants are welcome to come to one or all three of the sessions.

13. Primary Principals' Network Meeting

Program: Principal Networks CTLE #755

Audience: Primary Principals

Dates: 12/15/2017

TBD

14. Model Schools Site Administrator Meeting *CTLE Approved*

Program: Model Schools CTLE #755

Dates: 12/15/2017

New
This meeting is for districts' Model Schools representatives.

15. Chairperson Meeting

Program: Special Education CTLE #755

Dates: 1/4/2018

Monthly meeting
This three-hour webinar will be kicked-off by addressing the comprehension categories readers need to be successful with before focusing on the category of themes and ideas. It is recommended that participants have some knowledge of the preceding categories of comprehension (plot and setting, character, vocabulary and figurative language) before participating in this webinar.

Then some time will be spent on helping participants understand the skills associated with the work of themes and ideas as well as the shifts of themes and ideas complexity across fiction reading levels. Most importantly, Lea will offer practical ways participants can support readers as they tackle the work of themes and ideas as they read, talk about, and write in response to their just-right texts.

The afternoon will be a gift of time! Teachers are encouraged to bring picture books and/or short texts which they can use alongside the knowledge from the webinar to practice and plan for ways they can support their readers who are ready for the work of themes and ideas.

To participate effectively, it is recommended that you bring:
-A laptop
-The Reading Strategies Book
-Picture books and/or short texts at or around the just right level of the readers who are ready for this work
Note: Participants will receive one read aloud text per session and are asked to bring other favorites to share. *$50 of this workshop will not be aidable due to purchasing of the books
Recommended Text: The Reading Strategies Book by Jennifer Serravallo
Day 1 — Focusing on Character Work This is part I of a three part series of webinars focusing on utilizing read aloud to engage students in higher level reading skills. The first part of the webinar will focus on planning effective read alouds using listening prompts, turn-and-talks, and stop-and-jots. Next Lauren, will discuss how reading with an emphasis on characters will enhance comprehension. She will focus on inference and envisioning. Day 2 — Plot and Setting Part II of this three part webinar series will continue to focus on utilizing read aloud to support readers’ higher level comprehension. Lauren will discuss plot and setting and how to prompt readers to think more deeply about a text. As Lauren demonstrates a read aloud, she will use prompts to will support a variety of reading skills including: monitoring for meaning, summarizing and envisioning. Next, Lauren will discuss how to integrate quick jots or writing about reading into your read alouds. In the afternoon, participants will work in grade level cohorts to plan a variety of read alouds.

Day 3 — Themes, Ideas and Figurative Language During this session, participants will continue to explore how read aloud can support higher level comprehension. This webinar will focus on prompting readers to both notice and comprehend unfamiliar vocabulary and figurative language as they read. In addition, Lauren will help you imagine ways to help readers think beyond the text to grow ideas and identify themes. Lauren will model an interactive read aloud with a whole class conversation.

Note: Participants will receive one read aloud text and are asked to bring other favorites to share.

18. Instructional Rounds- Classroom Visit

Program: School Improvement CTLE #755

Dates: 1/11/2018

This training will provide participants with a complete understanding of Instructional Rounds including:
* What Rounds Is/Isn't
* Level of Commitment
* Evidence Collection
* Tools and Resources
* Role specific responsibilities
Have you ever wished for an extra set of hands - or ten - in your classroom? At this session we will practice digitally cloning ourselves so we can be two places at once for our students - using some handy tech tools to build a "blended learning" classroom!

We'll work on creating a blended learning approach that works for your classroom, and practice using the digital tools that will help you make it happen.

We will have time set aside to work and build resources for our classrooms, so please bring any materials that you feel would be helpful for you to use as a reference.

If you have devices in your class please bring one with you to have an accurate idea of how things will work for your students.

Registration will be held from 8-8:30
PREREQUISITE: Attendance at Opinion/Argument Writing on Nov. 14
Participants will build on their knowledge of opinion/argument writing to understand the role of literary essay within the Units of Study for Teaching Writing. Building on a strong foundation in personal essay, teachers will learn how to transfer many of the same skills, structures and strategies to write literary essays. Teachers will study methods for using mentor texts and classroom charts to promote both engagement and independence. Teachers will create tools to support students in conferences and small groups. They will also have time to analyze student work, as well as learn ways to support students’ oral language through the Interactive Read Aloud, whole-class conversations and book clubs meetings. Special attention will be paid to the reading work that will best support this Unit of Study.

21. McKinney-Vento Network Meeting

Program: School Improvement CTLE #755

Dates: 1/12/2018

New
McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Consortium Network Meeting

22. Primary Principals' Network Meeting

Program: Principal Networks CTLE #755

Audience: Primary Principals

Dates: 1/25/2018

TBD
(K-6)

Teachers will dig deeper into the components of balanced literacy to see how they fit together to support students' independent use of spelling and conventions. Specifically, teachers will learn how interactive writing can be used to support the transfer of spelling and conventions knowledge to authentic writing. They will also learn various small group configurations focused on grammar and spelling to differentiate for students during the writing workshop. Participants will learn what research has to say about the most effective and engaging teaching practices for grammar. Finally, teachers will get an overview of Words Their Way, a differentiated word study program.

Please bring:
-the first unit of study for your grade level

24. Principal's Academy Follow-Up Session 5 *CTLE Approved*

Program: School Improvement CTLE #755

Dates: 1/26/2018

The topic of this session will continue the work of the summer Principal's Academy Retreat.

25. School Psychologist Network Meeting

Program: Special Education CTLE #755

Dates: 1/26/2018

Network meeting.

26. Secondary Principals' Network Meeting

Program: Principal Networks CTLE #755

Audience: Secondary Principals

Dates: 1/28/2018

TBD

27. Helping Students Help Themselves in a 1:1 Classroom *CTLE Approved*

Program: Model Schools CTLE #755

Dates: 1/30/2018

Would you like to use some technology tricks to help support your students when they read and write - but in a way that doesn't consume all of your time?

At this workshop, we'll be taking a look at a variety of reading, writing and accessibility tools and tips that students can use on their own to support their needs. A few examples of some types of tools we'll address are: tools to help students self-assess their writing, hear web pages read aloud, and accessibility tools for adjusting screens for students with visual needs.  

We will have time set aside to work and build resources for our classrooms, so please bring any materials that you feel would be helpful for you to use as a reference.

If you have devices in your class please bring one with you to have an accurate idea of how things will work for your students.

Registration will be held from 8-8:30

28. Mindfulness for Teachers *CTLE Approved*

Program: School Improvement CTLE #755

Dates: 2/5/2018 to 4/4/2018

Imagine creating a space where your presence and your classroom culture cultivates the skills of connection, caring, and compassion as a way to create a “centered state of ease” before and during learning. This mindful mindset can translate into lifelong skills with continued practice, support, and exploration. You will leave with mini-lessons ready to go designed in preparation for the State Exams without reducing the amount of curriculum you teach. In this workshop you will learn how to


• Connect how the curriculum shifts can be enhanced with mindful moments


• Recognize and soothe the fight, flight, and freeze response


• Teach observing and reflecting when responding to stimulus


• Enhance the growth mindset and executive functioning skills


• Instill kindness and compassion within the culture of learning


• Create mini-lessons for problem-solving and new habits of mind


• Promote learning how to connect and engage within the present moment


• Sharpen the ability to be at ease as teachers and students alike, navigate their daily lives


• Reduce cortisol, blood pressure, and boost the immune system


• Reduce negative student behaviors due to trauma and adversity Mindfulness is a mindset, an intention, and a skill that can be nurtured to improve how individuals navigate stress and it improves the landscape of self-awareness. It is a practice that can be brought into the classroom without sacrificing a large amount of time. Mindfulness improves relationship building and student engagement within a school’s learning environment.
Dates:

February 5, 2018- Full day workshop will be held at BOCES

Webinar-March 7, 2018 3:30-4:30

Webinar- April 4, 2018 3:30-4:30
This three-hour webinar will be kicked-off by addressing the comprehension categories readers need to be successful with before focusing on the category of themes and ideas. It is recommended that participants have some knowledge of the preceding categories of comprehension (plot and setting, character, vocabulary and figurative language) before participating in this webinar.

Then some time will be spent on helping participants understand the skills associated with the work of themes and ideas as well as the shifts of themes and ideas complexity across fiction reading levels. Most importantly, Lea will offer practical ways participants can support readers as they tackle the work of themes and ideas as they read, talk about, and write in response to their just-right texts.

The afternoon will be a gift of time! Teachers are encouraged to bring picture books and/or short texts which they can use alongside the knowledge from the webinar to practice and plan for ways they can support their readers who are ready for the work of themes and ideas.

To participate effectively, it is recommended that you bring:
-A laptop
-The Reading Strategies Book
-Picture books and/or short texts at or around the just right level of the readers who are ready for this work

30. School Library System Day - 02/07/18 - *CTLE Approved*

Program: School Library System - CTLE #3234

Audience: School Librarians, Library Assistants, and Library Aides

Dates: 2/7/2018

Location: Conf. Rooms A & B

The School Library System will hold a full day of professional activities, which will include the Fall Book Review 2017 session (2 hrs), Cataloging/OPALS training (1 hr), and the CC/Liaison update session in the afternoon. All school librarians, library assistants and library aides are encouraged to attend.

31. Best Practices for Teaching Vocabulary K-6 *CTLE Approved*

Program: School Improvement CTLE #755

Dates: 2/8/2018


Having a strong vocabulary is intimately related to academic success. In this presentation, teachers will examine the link between vocabulary and reading comprehension. They will learn powerful word learning strategies that are transferable across the curriculum. They will also learn how to select vocabulary words for their students and develop a sequence of lessons to make vocabulary come alive in their classrooms. Teachers will walk away with armloads of strategies for making vocabulary instruction engaging, meaningful and effective.

Please bring:
-two beloved read-aloud books

32. Chairperson Meeting

Program: Special Education CTLE #755

Dates: 2/8/2018

Monthly meeting

33. Secondary Principals' Network Meeting

Program: Principal Networks CTLE #755

Audience: Secondary Principals

Dates: 2/9/2018

TBD

34. Student Projects for the 1:1  Classroom *CTLE Approved*

Program: Model Schools CTLE #755

Dates: 2/13/2018

The increasing availability of devices in the classroom along with Google Apps for Education and Chrome Extensions provide a creative and collaborative learning opportunities. In this workshop we will explore uses of Google Drive, the Chrome Browser, and select Google Apps in ways that facilitate creative student demonstrations of learning.  Participants will be introduced to add-ons for Google Drive, extensions for the Chrome browser along with intense work within Google Docs, Slides, Drawing and more.  Examples of projects will be shared and a number of hands-on opportunities for you to create as we go.  Examples include but not limited to: Come make a 3D museum to display your learning. Take it a step further and make it a narrated, virtual tour.  We'll also explore a range of creative web tools for creation such as Padlet, Thinglink, Powtoon, Canva, Animation,  among others.  By the end of this  workshop, participants will have a toolbox full of ideas for powerful and creative student projects with Google integration.
Prerequisite: Should be familiar with Google Drive and have a general understanding of what it is.
Note: Please bring a Chromebook or laptop

Registration will be held from 8-8:30

35. Primary Principals' Network Meeting

Program: Principal Networks CTLE #755

Audience: Primary Principals

Dates: 2/16/2018

TBD

36. 21st Century Learning Design Camp - NYSCATE *CTLE Approved*

Program: Model Schools CTLE #755

Dates: 2/27/2018 to 2/28/2018

This program gives teachers from any discipline or student age group the tools to build 21st century skills into their lessons. In addition, it provides a common language and framework to help teachers build complementary skill development opportunities across the curriculum, and provides a process for ongoing teacher collaboration around 21st century instructional design.

The core of 21CLD is a hands-on workshop to introduce the dimensions of 21CLD and then to allow teachers to try out the ideas in their classrooms and discuss the results. In the work-shop setting, teachers work together using research-based definitions, rubrics, and lesson examples to recognize and design instruction that supports

Registration will be held from 8-8:30
How do you know your writing instruction is working? Having a system in place for teachers to analyze and discuss student writing together can bring about dramatic gains in student achievement. In this three part series, participants will learn a series of protocols for looking at student writing not only to measure progress, but to plan for small group instruction and individual conferring. Each session will be devoted to understanding the qualities of writing for one of the three CCSS text types: narrative, informational and opinion/argument. Participants will learn to use the tools in the Writing Pathways book that undergird all the Units of Study for Teaching Writing. This session is open to all Writing Workshop teachers, but will be particularly helpful for coaches, administrators and lead-teachers who want to bring back replicable protocols for looking at student writing to their school sites. Participants are welcome to come to one or all three of the sessions.

38. Principal's Academy Follow-Up Session 6 *CTLE Approved*

Program: School Improvement CTLE #755

Dates: 3/2/2018

The topic of this session will continue the work of the summer Principal's Academy Retreat.

39. Discipline with Dignity

Program: School Improvement CTLE #755

Dates: 3/2/2018

Discipline with Dignity is a flexible program for effective school and classroom management that teaches responsible thinking, cooperation, mutual respect, and shared decision-making.

Discipline with Dignity equips teachers and administrators with classroom skills and techniques that enable them to spend less time dealing with behavioral problems and more time on positive interactions with students and on instruction.

Discipline with Dignity presents teachers with the framework, tools, and skills, for carrying out their own effective classroom management, and furnishes administrators with information and a basis for setting school-wide policy. Designed to allow teachers more time for instruction in a classroom environment conducive to learning, this approach also helps children develop a sense of self-esteem and gives them the encouragement and tools necessary for making responsible decisions in their lives, both inside and outside of the classroom.

Discipline with Dignity has been applied in classrooms throughout the world. The programs popularity stems from the outstanding results obtained by K-12 teachers, principals, counselors, parents and others who work with children. Discipline with Dignity is an insightful, motivating and practical approach that can be adapted to fit the needs of any district, school or community.

40. Choose Your Own Adventure *CTLE Approved*

Program: Model Schools CTLE #755

Dates: 3/12/2018

If you've been following your own technology path but need a little wizard guidance to take it a step further, this day is for you!

We'll have three wizards in residence to lend support as you forge your way through integrating technology into your class. We will share the latest updates and trending tools, as well as tips, tricks and resources based on how you are currently using technology, and provide personalized support based on the specific needs of your class.

Registration will be held from 8-8:30

41. SLS Mentoring Program Day - 03/15/18 - *CTLE Approved*

Program: School Library System - CTLE #3234

Audience: Pariticipants in the 2017-2018 SLS Mentoring Program

Dates: 3/15/2018

Location: Conf. Room C

The School Library System Mentoring Program Day for the 2017-2018 school year gives mentoring partners the opportunity to get together with SLS staff during the morning to explore issues of concern to new and nearly new School Librarians. You are invited to attend the afternoon SLS Council meeting.

42. Math & Movement Symposium *CTLE Approved*

Program: School Improvement & SLV Teachers' Learning Center CTLE #755 & #3124

Dates: 3/20/2018 to 3/21/2018

New
This two-day intensive Math & Movement training, held at Ogdensburg Free Academy will focus on movement-based learning strategies to support the NYS Math Standards and boost student achievement.

43. Primary Principals' Network Meeting

Program: Principal Networks CTLE #755

Audience: Primary Principals

Dates: 3/22/2018

TBD

44. Secondary Principals' Network Meeting

Program: Principal Networks CTLE #755

Audience: Secondary Principals

Dates: 3/23/2018

TBD

45. APL Effective Teaching refresher *CTLE Approved*

Program: School Improvement CTLE #755

Dates: 3/28/2018

*The five basic teaching strategies.
*The interaction sequence (how to engage all students).
*Serial positioning/time management (focusing on instructional organization).
*Behavior management (The 6 behavior management guidelines plus the 5 steps in teaching a behavior).
*Effective note taking.

Built into this session we also touch upon homework and the essential need for repetitions and practice.

This is a very full, fast paced day for those teachers who have attended our previous APL Workshop.

Registration will be held from 8-8:30

46. Responsive Classroom *CTLE Approved*

Program: School Improvement CTLE #755

Dates: 3/29/2018

"In this one-day introduction to the Responsive Classroom approach you'll learn how Responsive Classroom practices help teachers to foster positive community, integrate academics with the teaching of social and emotional skills, and create the conditions for positive student behavior.
- Hear about the characteristics of teacher language that promote respectful, kind, and positive classroom communities
- Explore interactive modeling—a structure to introduce routines and procedures in a clear and concise way
- Participate in interactive learning structures you can use with your class to make lessons more engaging
- Examine how the Responsive Classroom approach to discipline can establish a calm, orderly, and safe environment for learning

You will also have an opportunity to discuss ideas with colleagues, experience Responsive Classroom strategies as an adult learner, and see video ofResponsive Classroom teachers implementing the strategies with students in grades K1/48."

*$60 of this training will not be aidable due to purchasing of materials for training
Audience: K-2 Classroom Teachers, Reading Teachers, and Teachers of Readers at Levels A-M

Do you want to learn how a deeper knowledge of reading development and text complexity can power your teaching? Join us to learn more about the power of text levels and how a deeper understanding of this teacher tool can help you can plan more effectively for whole class, small group, and one-on-one instruction. During this hands-on institute you will learn more about reading development across the primary grades and explore the important skills and strategies readers need to acquire as they move from emergent reading to the world of early chapter books.

Katie will help you think through the variety of literacy experiences within a balanced literacy framework and how these powerful experiences can work in sync to create avid, flexible, and fluent lifelong readers. You will learn more about the reciprocity between reading and writing and how to use interactive writing to support essential reading skills. In addition, you will leave with practical ideas for how to reenergize your shared reading sessions and how this time in your day can rapidly accelerate readers. The remaining part of the institute will include valuable information on how to plan and deliver engaging interactive read alouds that will support deeper conversations and higher level comprehension skills.

48. School Library System Day - 04/03/18 - *CTLE Approved*

Program: School Library System - CTLE #3234

Audience: School Librarians, Library Assistants, and Library Aides

Dates: 4/3/2018

Location: Conf. Rooms B & C

The School Library System will hold a full day of professional activities, which will include Spring Book Review 2018 Session (2 hrs), librarian sharing of books, databases, and OPALS tricks (1 hr) in the morning and the CC/Liaison update session (2 hrs) in the afternoon. All school librarians, library assistants and library aides are encouraged to attend.

49. Principal's Academy Follow-Up Session 7 *CTLE Approved*

Program: School Improvement CTLE #755

Dates: 4/6/2018

The topic of this session will continue the work of the summer Principal's Academy Retreat.

50. Chairperson Meeting

Program: Special Education CTLE #755

Dates: 4/19/2018

Monthly meeting

51. Effective Teaching (Days 6-7) *CTLE Approved*

Program: School Improvement CTLE #755

Audience: Effective Teaching Days 1-5 Participants

Dates: 5/10/2018 to 5/11/2018

Location: Conference Room C

This training is based on what was taught in Effective Teaching Days 1-5, which was designed to provide participants with a top-notch professional growth experience focusing on instructional and classroom management skills.

Some outcomes participants can expect include: increased student time on task, improved student behavior, improved student performance, insights into and options for classroom organization, motivation of students, and classroom management techniques that work.


Registration: 8:00-8:30 a.m. ~ Session: 8:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m.

52. Chairperson Meeting

Program: Special Education CTLE #755

Dates: 5/17/2018

Monthly meeting

53. Primary Principals' Network Meeting

Program: Principal Networks CTLE #755

Audience: Primary Principals

Dates: 5/18/2018

TBD

54. Principal's Academy Follow-Up Session 8 *CTLE Approved*

Program: School Improvement CTLE #755

Dates: 5/18/2018

The topic of this session will continue the work of the summer Principal's Academy Retreat.

55. School Psychologist Network Meeting

Program: Special Education CTLE #755

Dates: 5/18/2018

Network meeting.

56. Secondary Principals' Network Meeting

Program: Principal Networks CTLE #755

Audience: Secondary Principals

Dates: 5/24/2018

TBD

57. Strategies To Support Students From Poverty *CTLE Approved*

Program: Constructivist Design Conference

Dates: 5/31/2018

Students raised in poverty face challenges that are often overlooked. These same students have the same potential as their peers but need supports and strategies to help them overcome these barriers. Participants will experience activities and presentations on how to address the needs of students raised in concentrated poverty and/or experiencing trauma; then they will design a plan for informing their colleagues about what they need to know.

This is day 3-6 day professional development opportunity. Participants attending the July day 1 and 2 are expected to register. Only participants who have been pre-approved from Norwood-Norfolk, Ogdensburg, Gouverneur and Massena should register for this event.

The actual cost billed will be based on:

a. Team of 3 - $3900/6-day training

b. Additional team members will be $200

c. NOTE: Grant funding has been and will be sought to reduce the cost for each team. As grant funding will be school specific, final costs will be reflected in the final invoices that will be submitted individually per school district with sign-in sheets.

58. Chairperson Meeting

Program: Special Education CTLE #755

Dates: 6/7/2018

Monthly meeting