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1. CPR/AED/First Aid Certification: Spring*****Meets AED requirement for Club Advisors

Program: MHRD Prof Dev Catalog

Dates: 5/30/2018

Location: 158

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The State of New Jersey endorsed EMS Safety Services presents CPR/ AED and Basic First Aid. This one-day class will include hands on instruction and evaluation, and will result in a two-year certification. Come ready to participate in this life skill, and dress accordingly. CPR and AED requires a full two hours of participation, so all participants must be ready at start time. Third hour will be a basic sport first aid review as required by MHRD for all coaches, but all are welcome to stay. This workshop meets the AED requirements for Club Advisors.

2. CPR/AED/First Aid Certification: Spring*****Meets AED requirement for Club Advisors

Program: MHRD Prof Dev Catalog

Dates: 5/31/2018

Location: 158

Starting Soon
The State of New Jersey endorsed EMS Safety Services presents CPR/ AED and Basic First Aid. This one-day class will include hands on instruction and evaluation, and will result in a two-year certification. Come ready to participate in this life skill, and dress accordingly. CPR and AED requires a full two hours of participation, so all participants must be ready at start time. Third hour will be a basic sport first aid review as required by MHRD for all coaches, but all are welcome to stay. This workshop meets the AED requirements for Club Advisors.

3. TRIP: OPEN HOUSE ON ELFRETH’S ALLEY IN PHILADELPHIA, INDEPENDENCE HALL, CONGRESS HALL AND MORE*

Program: MHRD Continuing Education

Dates: 6/2/2018

Location: Depart 8:00am from Morris Knolls High School

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Depart: 8:00am from Morris Knolls High school lower parking lot; Return: 7:00pm. Today we visit the nearby City of Brotherly Love and relive the history our Founding Fathers created. Our itinerary includes a tour of Independence Hall, the building in which the Continental Congress wrote the United States Constitution and signed the Declaration of Independence. Next door, we tour Congress Hall, where George Washington handed the presidency over to John Adams. Time is also provided to visit the Liberty Bell and the Betsy Ross House, the birthplace of the American flag. Lunch is on our own in the Reading Terminal Market, which first opened in 1893, and is now a National Historic Landmark building and one of America’s largest and oldest public markets. It offers a wide array of restaurants and shops. This afternoon we visit an open house on Elfreth’s Alley, our nation’s oldest residential street. This annual event (Fete Day Celebration) allows us to step into several private homes on Elfreth’s Alley and see how these homes have maintained their colonial character and others have modernized – some into the 19th century, others with 20th and 21st century conveniences. We stroll at our own pace along the tiny cobblestone alley and take in the charm of this area while enjoying crafts, music and colonial games. This tour requires a little more walking than some other tours, though not all at once. It is about 1 mile in total, but all flat ground. Cancellation deadline is April 27, 2018.

4. TRIP: TWILIGHT/EVENING CRUISE OF NYC, DINNER IN LITTLE ITALY, HUDSON EATS, BATTERY PARK ESPLANADE*

Program: MHRD Continuing Education

Dates: 6/16/2018

Location: Depart 10:00am from Morris Knolls High School

Depart: 10:00am from Morris Knolls High School lower parking lot; Return: 10:30pm. Our day begins with a visit to the lower Manhattan waterfront. Once known as the World Financial Center, after several billion dollars of renovations, it is known today as Brookfield Place. We arrive in time for a stroll along the Battery Park Esplanade and a visit to the 911 Memorial. Time is available for a light snack at Hudson Eats, a new and exciting food hall at Brookfield Place. We then make our way to Mulberry Street, in the heart of Little Italy, for an early included dinner. Next, we enjoy breathtaking views of The New York City Skyline, as we embark on a two-hour Circle Line Twilight/Evening Cruise. Capture magical moments as the sunlight fades onto the harbor of Manhattan and the twinkling of lights make the city skyline come alive. Highlights include: The Statue of Liberty and the spectacular skyline of Lower and Midtown Manhattan. Cancellation deadline is May 8, 2018.

5. Lesson Design for Student Success Section 1

Program: MHRD Prof Dev Catalog

Dates: 7/9/2018 to 7/11/2018

Location: Room 105

Are you looking for time to create your unit plans for September? Would you like time to work with your team to craft lessons that are diverse and offer choice for students? This three-day workshop will allow teachers to deconstruct their lesson plans for analysis and future planning. Each day, teachers will be given a brief demonstration of the differentiation process and ample time to organize and construct lessons that meet the three P's in lesson construction: presentation of content, process, and product. The sessions will provide teachers with the opportunity to design units that foster student growth. The end result? You will have crafted a full unit with daily lesson plans! Want to do two? Sign up for an additional workshop so that you can continue to craft and plan for the 2018-19 school year!

6. Lesson Design for Student Success Section 2

Program: MHRD Prof Dev Catalog

Dates: 7/11/2018 to 7/13/2018

Location: Room 105

Are you looking for time to create your unit plans for September? Would you like time to work with your team to craft lessons that are diverse and offer choice for students? This three-day workshop will allow teachers to deconstruct their lesson plans for analysis and future planning. Each day, teachers will be given a brief demonstration of the differentiation process and ample time to organize and construct lessons that meet the three P's in lesson construction: presentation of content, process, and product. The sessions will provide teachers with the opportunity to design units that foster student growth. The end result? You will have crafted a full unit with daily lesson plans! Want to do two? Sign up for an additional workshop so that you can continue to craft and plan for the 2018-19 school year!

7. SUMMER WRITING CAMP FOR COLLEGE APPLICATION ESSAYS (July 31-Aug 2)*

Program: MHRD Continuing Education

Dates: 7/31/2018 to 8/2/2018

Location: Morris Hills High School, Room 158

Closed
FOR MORRIS HILLS REGIONAL STUDENTS ENTERING GRADE 12 ONLY – LIMITED SEATING Workshop is open to first 15 registrants entering grade 12 only. College-bound students will leave this three-day workshop with a complete draft of their college application essay. Participants will receive instruction in topic development, essay structure and organization, using anecdotal evidence, and the revision process. Extensive peer conferencing; individual conferences, and document review by an experienced writing instructor will be beneficial not only for the college application essay, but for all academic writing situations. Students are encouraged to bring a laptop or tablet computer. Everyone should come prepared to write. Priority will be given to students in the Morris Hills Regional District. Please send snacks/lunch with your child. CANCELLATION DEADLINE IS JUNE 15.

8. Lesson Design for Student Success Section 3

Program: MHRD Prof Dev Catalog

Dates: 8/6/2018 to 8/8/2018

Location: Room A31

Are you looking for time to create your unit plans for September? Would you like time to work with your team to craft lessons that are diverse and offer choice for students? This three-day workshop will allow teachers to deconstruct their current lesson plans for analysis and future planning. Each day, teachers will be given a brief demonstration of the differentiation process and ample time to organize and construct lessons that meet the three P's in lesson construction: presentation of content, process, and product. The sessions will provide teachers with the opportunity to design units that foster student growth. The end result? You will have crafted a full unit with daily lesson plans! Want to do two? Sign up for an additional workshop so that you can continue to craft and plan for the 2018-19 school year!

9. Lesson Design for Student Success Section 4

Program: MHRD Prof Dev Catalog

Dates: 8/8/2018 to 8/10/2018

Location: Room A31

Are you looking for time to create your unit plans for September? Would you like time to work with your team to craft lessons that are diverse and offer choice for students? This three-day workshop will allow teachers to deconstruct their current lesson plans for analysis and future planning. Each day, teachers will be given a brief demonstration of the differentiation process and ample time to organize and construct lessons that meet the three P's in lesson construction: presentation of content, process, and product. The sessions will provide teachers with the opportunity to design units that foster student growth. The end result? You will have crafted a full unit with daily lesson plans! Want to do two? Sign up for an additional workshop so that you can continue to craft and plan for the 2018-19 school year!

10. SUMMER WRITING CAMP FOR COLLEGE APPLICATION ESSAYS (Aug 14-16)*

Program: MHRD Continuing Education

Dates: 8/14/2018 to 8/16/2018

Location: Morris Hills HS Academy Bldg, Rooms A3 & A4

Wait List
FOR MORRIS HILLS REGIONAL STUDENTS ENTERING GRADE 12 ONLY – LIMITED SEATING Workshop is open to first 30 registrants entering grade 12 only. College-bound students will leave this three-day workshop with a complete draft of their college application essay. Participants will receive instruction in topic development, essay structure and organization, using anecdotal evidence, and the revision process. Extensive peer conferencing; individual conferences, and document review by experienced writing instructors will be beneficial not only for the college application essay, but for all academic writing situations. Students are encouraged to bring a laptop or tablet computer. Everyone should come prepared to write. Priority will be given to students in the Morris Hills Regional District. Please send snacks/lunch with your child. CANCELLATION DEADLINE IS JUNE 15.