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1. Lead Evaluator Training Refresher (online course)

Program: Leadership

Audience: Lead Evaluators

Dates: 8/26/2019

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As a result of this one day, rubric independent refresher, participants will: Understand the purpose behind comprehensive evaluation systems; Understand how quality evidence supports educator growth; Collaborate with colleagues to ensure consistency in the work. We will review the purpose of the evaluation process with a focus on teacher professional growth.

2. Lead Evaluator Training Refresher

Program: Leadership

Audience: Lead Evaluators

Dates: 8/27/2019

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As a result of this one day, rubric independent refresher, participants will: Understand the purpose behind comprehensive evaluation systems; Understand how quality evidence supports educator growth; Collaborate with colleagues to ensure consistency in the work. We will review the purpose of the evaluation process with a focus on teacher professional growth.

3. Apex Training

Program: Instructional Strategies

Audience: Career Academy Chenango Campus Teachers and Administrators

Dates: 8/29/2019

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Apex Training For Career Academy Teachers being held at Chenango Campus - Library Lab

4. Apex Training / Achieve 3000 / PBL

Program: Instructional Strategies

Audience: Career Academy Teachers and Administrators

Dates: 8/30/2019

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Apex Training For Career Academy Teachers being held at Support Services -

5. Day 1: Code Knowledge Reading Intervention: Support for Struggling Readers

Program: English Language Arts

Audience: Grades K-8 Teachers, Reading Teachers, Intervention and AIS Providers, Special Educators

Dates: 9/13/2019

This Code Knowledge Reading Intervention supports students who struggle to fluently decode text - they can't yet accurately say the words on the page. Foundational alphabetic code knowledge instruction is part of K-2 Reading Standards. Some students take longer to learn the code and need additional instruction and practice. Participants in this workshop will receive diagnostic and progress monitoring assessment tools, instructional resources, and lesson plans to provide targeted, standards-based, code knowledge instruction for individual and small groups of students.These material align with evidence-based reading instruction principles and Next Generation Learning Standards for English Language Arts. It is recommended that this intervention be adopted as a building or school initiative so students experience consistently articulated literacy instruction. Note: Participants will receive a kit of materials approximately two weeks prior to the first day of the workshop. Three to 4 hours of assembly will be required. If you do not receive materials two weeks before your day one selection, please contact Lorie 335-1243, or Meghan 335-1320 immediately. Districts will be billed $96. per kit and book. It is recommended that each teacher have his/her own kit. Day 1: July 9, 2019 at Support Services Center OR Day 1: September 13, 2019 at Support Services Center AND Day 2: July 25 at Greene CSD (limit 10 participants) OR Day 2: October 8 at Support Services Center AND Day 3: December 6, 2019 at Support Services Center

6. Students as Makers: Virtual Reality Creation with Google Tour Creator (Gr. 3-12)

Program: Technology Planning, Assessment & Skills

Audience: All subject areas

Dates: 9/18/2019

The workshop will instruct participants on how to capture 360-degree photos using affordable and attainable technology to create a Google Expeditions type of presentation. In the Students as Makers series of workshops, teachers are instructed how to develop the technology to all the students to create and innovate using the tools taught in the workshop.

7. Lead Evaluator Training Refresher

Program: Leadership

Audience: Lead Evaluators

Dates: 9/19/2019

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As a result of this one day, rubric independent refresher, participants will: Understand the purpose behind comprehensive evaluation systems; Understand how quality evidence supports educator growth; Collaborate with colleagues to ensure consistency in the work. We will review the purpose of the evaluation process with a focus on teacher professional growth.

8. Take Time for You: Self-Care Action Plans for Educators

Program: Social & Emotional Learning

Dates: 9/20/2019

What if teachers learn to take care of themselves while taking care of their students? In Take Time for You: Self-Care Action Plans for Educators, author Tina H. Boogren contends that the key to thriving, as both a human and an educator, rests in daily self-care. By working through Abraham Maslow's hierarchy of needs K-12 teachers and leaders will see a clear science-based path to overall well-being.

Join us on this year-long professional learning journey. Teams are encouraged to participate together. The format will be manageable, on a closed Facebook page, with no required prompts. Register today!

9. RTI at Work

Program: Social & Emotional Learning

Audience: School Administrators

Dates: 9/23/2019

Increase achievement with response to intervention

RTI-also known as a multitiered system of support (MTSS)-is a systematic process that helps ensure all students receive the time and support needed to learn at high levels.

Schools cannot ensure the success of every student unless they can effectively intervene when students struggle. Research and evidence in our field is conclusive-RTI is the best way to intervene. Austin Buffum & Mike Mattos

10. The Meaningful Math Class Grades 6-9

Program: Math

Audience: Grades 6-9 Teachers of Math (including Algebra I), AIS/RTI, and Special Education Teacher

Dates: 9/26/2019 to 9/27/2019

Bringing together information, research, and strategies from a variety of experts in the field of mathematics education, this 2-day workshop will inform participants of current best practice. Time will be spent on fostering student interest and motivation, growth mindset practices that increase participation, engaging students in productive class discussions, and resources that are available to help teachers make their lessons and courses meaningful for students.

Nan will engage participants with readings, lesson examples, activities, video clips, and discussion. There will also be time allocated for teachers to explore resources and plan for their own classrooms.

11. LETRS

Program: English Language Arts

Dates: 10/1/2019

LETRS is an empowering professional development course of study for instructors of reading, spelling, and related language skills. LETRS is not a literacy curriculum. Instead, it provides knowledge and tools that teachers can use with any good reading program. BOCES will facilitate a blended learning model including facilitated study of online materials and face-to-face instruction by a facilitator from Voyager-Sopris Learning. See the online catalog or call Lorie Ostrander for more information. A total of four face-to-face and seven online study days are required. You will receive a calendar in the mail. Please select your preferred location and register for each session individually. **The participants for this workshop must have the pre-approval from their principal to attend this workshop!**

12. Students as Makers: Welcome to the Metaverse (Grades All, all subject areas)

Program: Technology Planning, Assessment & Skills

Audience: All Subject Areas and Grade Levels

Dates: 10/2/2019

This workshop will instruct teachers on how to use the Metaverse to make a Digital Breakout room as well as simple apps that students can utilize images to create their own Augmented Reality Experience. Metaverse is an app for Android and iOS platforms in which Augmented Reality experiences can be created without the use of computer programming. During the workshop, teachers will have time to develop their own Augmented Reality experience as well as brainstorm student uses of the app for projects.

13. LETRS

Program: English Language Arts

Dates: 10/3/2019

LETRS is an empowering professional development course of study for instructors of reading, spelling, and related language skills. LETRS is not a literacy curriculum. Instead, it provides knowledge and tools that teachers can use with any good reading program. BOCES will facilitate a blended learning model including facilitated study of online materials and face-to-face instruction by a facilitator from Voyager-Sopris Learning. See the online catalog or call Lorie Ostrander for more information. A total of four face-to-face and seven online study days are required. You will receive a calendar in the mail. Please select your preferred location and register for each session individually. **The participants for this workshop must have the pre-approval from their principal to attend this workshop!**

14. Day 2: Code Knowledge Reading Intervention: Support for Struggling Readers

Program: English Language Arts

Audience: Grades K-8 Teachers, Reading Teachers, Intervention and AIS Providers, Special Educators

Dates: 10/8/2019

This Code Knowledge Reading Intervention supports students who struggle to fluently decode text - they can't yet accurately say the words on the page. Foundational alphabetic code knowledge instruction is part of K-2 Reading Standards. Some students take longer to learn the code and need additional instruction and practice. Participants in this workshop will receive diagnostic and progress monitoring assessment tools, instructional resources, and lesson plans to provide targeted, standards-based, code knowledge instruction for individual and small groups of students.These material align with evidence-based reading instruction principles and Next Generation Learning Standards for English Language Arts. It is recommended that this intervention be adopted as a building or school initiative so students experience consistently articulated literacy instruction. Note: Participants will receive a kit of materials approximately two weeks prior to the first day of the workshop. Three to 4 hours of assembly will be required. If you do not receive materials two weeks before your day one selection, please contact Lorie 335-1243, or Meghan 335-1320 immediately. Districts will be billed $96. per kit and book. It is recommended that each teacher have his/her own kit. Day 1: July 9, 2019 at Support Services Center OR Day 1: September 13, 2019 at Support Services Center AND Day 2: July 25 at Greene CSD (limit 10 participants) OR Day 2: October 8 at Support Services Center AND Day 3: December 6, 2019 at Support Services Center

15. Students as Makers: Students can create with Scratch 3.0

Program: Technology Planning, Assessment & Skills

Audience: All Subjects, Grade levels 2-12

Dates: 10/9/2019

This workshop will introduce teachers to computer science with the use of Block Coding and Scratch 3.0 an online computer programming editor. Teachers will be introduced to ideas on how to implement student projects around Scratch 3.0. No prior experience with computer science is required.

16. LETRS

Program: English Language Arts

Dates: 10/15/2019

LETRS is an empowering professional development course of study for instructors of reading, spelling, and related language skills. LETRS is not a literacy curriculum. Instead, it provides knowledge and tools that teachers can use with any good reading program. BOCES will facilitate a blended learning model including facilitated study of online materials and face-to-face instruction by a facilitator from Voyager-Sopris Learning. See the online catalog or call Lorie Ostrander for more information. A total of four face-to-face and seven online study days are required. You will receive a calendar in the mail. Please select your preferred location and register for each session individually. **The participants for this workshop must have the pre-approval from their principal to attend this workshop!**

17. Introduction to the NYS Computer Science Standards Draft

Program: Other

Audience: All subjects and grade levels

Dates: 10/16/2019

Teachers will have an introduction to the NYS P-12 Computer Science Standards (Draft). The opportunity will give educators insight into the standards as well as an opportunity to discuss possible models of instruction in the classroom. Due to the draft form of the standards, please note that the state is allowing for public comment and subsequent review and possible vote on the standards by the Board of Regents by December of 2019.

18. LETRS

Program: English Language Arts

Dates: 10/17/2019

LETRS is an empowering professional development course of study for instructors of reading, spelling, and related language skills. LETRS is not a literacy curriculum. Instead, it provides knowledge and tools that teachers can use with any good reading program. BOCES will facilitate a blended learning model including facilitated study of online materials and face-to-face instruction by a facilitator from Voyager-Sopris Learning. See the online catalog or call Lorie Ostrander for more information. A total of four face-to-face and seven online study days are required. You will receive a calendar in the mail. Please select your preferred location and register for each session individually. **The participants for this workshop must have the pre-approval from their principal to attend this workshop!**

19. Regional Collaborative Peer Group: Math Grades 3-5

Program: Math

Audience: Grades 3-5 Teachers of Math, AIS/RTI, and Special Education Teachers

Dates: 10/18/2019

Recognizing that many of the teachers in our region do not have a grade-level peer in their buildings, these sessions continue to bring the opportunity for area teachers to meet and work with others who teach the same content. While Nan Gizowski will share the most up-to-date information from math research, NYSED, and her statewide professional development, there is also plenty of open-discussion on the agenda for participants to bring in their own questions and ideas. Discussion that highlights instructional strategies, content and assessment ideas will be encouraged. Last year, this group focused learning on the Next Generation Math Standards and engaging instructional ideas from Desmos.com and The Classroom Chefs. It is the hope that these sessions will continue to establish collaborative relationships among the participants, and that they will attend subsequent discussion sessions that will be scheduled in the future.

20. DCMO Model Schools With CNY Drones

Program: Technology Planning, Assessment & Skills

Dates: 10/20/2019

Sunday October 20 9am - 2pm (10 Max Participants)
Sunday Nov 10 9am - 2pm (10 Max Participants)
SUNY POLY Utica
Includes lunch
Bring Laptop
Workshop Fee $800 (1 representative per district)
$210 workshop fee
$600 Maximum kit fee (will be billed actual cost)
Workshop instruction includes:Building, Basic Soldering, Programming, Flying
Kit Includes:Props,Camera,Soldering Station,Motors,Batteries,Flight Controller,FPV Goggles,Frame,Battery Charger,Canopy,Power Brick for Battery Charger
Start a club at your school and bring your team to one of our future events
Drone Info Day & NEON Night Race June 13th 2020 Norwich Airport
Drone Info Day & NEON Night Race June 20th 2020 Sidney Airportf
Drone Info Day & NEON Night Race June 6th 2020 Oneonta Airport (Potential)

21. ACEs and Beyond: Trauma and School-Age Children

Program: Social & Emotional Learning

Audience: All Staff

Dates: 10/21/2019

In this workshop, participants will receive information on the effects of trauma on children and how it may impact their school experience. Types of trauma and behaviors that are observable in a school setting will be outlined, along with strategies that school staff can implement to help students be successful.

22. Introduction to Mindfulness: Learning Attention

Program: Social & Emotional Learning

Dates: 10/23/2019

Mindfulness practices - which cultivate self-awareness and emotional balance - can benefit all students, especially those whose lives are challenged by adverse experiences. Mindfulness is based in the science of the brain, the stress-response system, and social-emotional development. Participants will learn body, breath and movement practices for their own well-being and stress management, then learn the basics of teaching the same to students. This workshop will be a prerequisite to a Level Two Mindfulness workshop. Wear comfortable clothing suited for gentle movement. Bring a towel of exercise mat to sit upon; you may choose to sit on the floor for some activities.

23. The Meaningful Math Class Grades 3-5

Program: Math

Audience: Grades 3-5 Teachers of Math, AIS/RTI, and Special Education Teachers

Dates: 10/24/2019 to 10/25/2019

Bringing together information, research, and strategies from a variety of experts in the field of mathematics education, this 2-day workshop will inform participants of current best practice. Time will be spent on fostering student interest and motivation, growth mindset practices that increase participation, engaging students in productive class discussions, and resources that are available to help teachers make their lessons and courses meaningful for students. Nan will engage participants with readings, lesson examples, activities, video clips, and discussion. There will also be time allocated for teachers to explore resources and plan for their own classrooms.

24. Grades 3-5 Meaning-Based Reading Skills Instruction

Program: English Language Arts

Audience: Grades 3-5 Teachers, Reading Teachers, Intervention and AIS Providers, Special Educators

Dates: 10/28/2019 to 10/29/2019

"To become readers, students must develop both the skills and knowledge to read the words...('code-based skills') and to understand complex texts ('meaning-based skills')." (Lessaux & Gallaway). This two-day workshop focuses on the meaning-based skills instruction with authentic texts that are rich in concepts and vocabulary. First we'll review the components of reading comprehension and the Next Generation Standards associated with that learning. We will consider the text-types recommended in the Standards. Then Lorie will model a lesson which includes meaning-based comprehension instruction including oral language comprehension through background knowledge, text and sentence structures, and academic language strategies. Participants will receive a lesson planning tool. Teachers will then explore other available lesson plans of their choice and/or begin creating a lesson of their own. Finally we'll consider how we might revise our existing curricula to be ready for full Next Generation ELA implementation in the fall of 2020. Please bring a topic idea from your curriculum and a short, engaging non-fiction text that supports that topic. Email Lorie if you have questions: ostrandl@dcmoboces.com

25. Grant Writing

Program: Other

Audience: All School Personnel

Dates: 10/29/2019

The traditional grant writing process has changed. The same technology that opens doors to faster research, quick access to documents and on-line application convenience, makes the grant application process crowded and competitive. Your grant application has to stand out and catch the benefactors and trustees attention with every statement. Come and learned from seasoned grant writers, ideas and best practices to connect your needs to funds. In this course, participants will learn how to identify their funding and create statements that support the grant search process. We will share step by step examples of how to combine grants, sponsorships, and corporate gifts to achieve success. A standard funding template will be used to organize ideas, outline the research needed, and generate statements that connect the need to available resources. Sites to research grant opportunities, free online courses, crowdfunding and social media fundraising strategies will also be discussed. The overall goal of this course is to help participants gain confidence with the grant research, planning and writing process with tools and information.

Central New York BOCES Tour
SLS Communication Coordinator Meeting'>26. Jennifer LaGarde's Workshop - November 8, 2019
Central New York BOCES Tour
SLS Communication Coordinator Meeting

Program: School Library Systems

Audience: Audience: K-12 school librarians and educators, possibly some public librarians

Dates: 11/8/2019

Content will be based on Jennifer's new book, Fact vs. Fiction: Teaching Critical Thinking Skills in the Age of Fake News.

27. SLS Council Meeting

Program: School Library Systems

Audience: School librarians

Dates: 11/8/2019

SLS Council will meet 1/2 hour after guest speaker Jennifer Lagarde for a brief meeting.

28. DCMO BOCES Model Schools With CNY Drones

Program: Technology Planning, Assessment & Skills

Dates: 11/10/2019

Sunday October 20 9am - 2pm (10 Max Participants)
Sunday Nov 10 9am - 2pm (10 Max Participants)
SUNY POLY Utica
Includes lunch
Bring Laptop
Workshop Fee $800 (1 representative per district)
$210 workshop fee
$600 Maximum kit fee (will be billed actual cost)
Workshop instruction includes:Building, Basic Soldering, Programming, Flying
Kit Includes:Props,Camera,Soldering Station,Motors,Batteries,Flight Controller,FPV Goggles,Frame,Battery Charger,Canopy,Power Brick for Battery Charger
Start a club at your school and bring your team to one of our future events
Drone Info Day & NEON Night Race June 13th 2020 Norwich Airport
Drone Info Day & NEON Night Race June 20th 2020 Sidney Airportf
Drone Info Day & NEON Night Race June 6th 2020 Oneonta Airport (Potential)

29. Dignity for All Students Act (DASA)

Program: Social & Emotional Learning

Audience: Anyone looking to fulfill teacher certification requirements

Dates: 11/11/2019

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Harassment, Bullying, Cyberbullying, and Discrimination in Schools: Prevention and Intervention The New York State Education Department (NYSED) Dignity for All Students Act (DASA) requires that everyone applying for teaching certification have 6 hours of coursework or training on the social patterns of harassment, bullying, and discrimination. DCMO BOCES is an approved provider of this training. Note: Any participant who is not an employee of DCMO BOCES or a DCMO Regional Component School will be charged $75 (will be billed either through a cross contract or invoiced separately).

30. LETRS

Program: English Language Arts

Dates: 11/12/2019

LETRS is an empowering professional development course of study for instructors of reading, spelling, and related language skills. LETRS is not a literacy curriculum. Instead, it provides knowledge and tools that teachers can use with any good reading program. BOCES will facilitate a blended learning model including facilitated study of online materials and face-to-face instruction by a facilitator from Voyager-Sopris Learning. See the online catalog or call Lorie Ostrander for more information. A total of four face-to-face and seven online study days are required. You will receive a calendar in the mail. Please select your preferred location and register for each session individually. **The participants for this workshop must have the pre-approval from their principal to attend this workshop!**

31. LETRS

Program: English Language Arts

Dates: 11/14/2019

LETRS is an empowering professional development course of study for instructors of reading, spelling, and related language skills. LETRS is not a literacy curriculum. Instead, it provides knowledge and tools that teachers can use with any good reading program. BOCES will facilitate a blended learning model including facilitated study of online materials and face-to-face instruction by a facilitator from Voyager-Sopris Learning. See the online catalog or call Lorie Ostrander for more information. A total of four face-to-face and seven online study days are required. You will receive a calendar in the mail. Please select your preferred location and register for each session individually. **The participants for this workshop must have the pre-approval from their principal to attend this workshop!**

32. Day 3: Code Knowledge Reading Intervention: Support for Struggling Readers

Program: English Language Arts

Audience: Grades K-8 Teachers, Reading Teachers, Intervention and AIS Providers, Special Educators

Dates: 12/6/2019

This Code Knowledge Reading Intervention supports students who struggle to fluently decode text - they can't yet accurately say the words on the page. Foundational alphabetic code knowledge instruction is part of K-2 Reading Standards. Some students take longer to learn the code and need additional instruction and practice. Participants in this workshop will receive diagnostic and progress monitoring assessment tools, instructional resources, and lesson plans to provide targeted, standards-based, code knowledge instruction for individual and small groups of students.These material align with evidence-based reading instruction principles and Next Generation Learning Standards for English Language Arts. It is recommended that this intervention be adopted as a building or school initiative so students experience consistently articulated literacy instruction. Note: Participants will receive a kit of materials approximately two weeks prior to the first day of the workshop. Three to 4 hours of assembly will be required. If you do not receive materials two weeks before your day one selection, please contact Lorie 335-1243, or Meghan 335-1320 immediately. Districts will be billed $96. per kit and book. It is recommended that each teacher have his/her own kit. Day 1: July 9, 2019 at Support Services Center OR Day 1: September 13, 2019 at Support Services Center AND Day 2: July 25 at Greene CSD (limit 10 participants) OR Day 2: October 8 at Support Services Center AND Day 3: December 6, 2019 at Support Services Center

33. LETRS

Program: English Language Arts

Dates: 12/9/2019 to 12/10/2019

LETRS is an empowering professional development course of study for instructors of reading, spelling, and related language skills. LETRS is not a literacy curriculum. Instead, it provides knowledge and tools that teachers can use with any good reading program. BOCES will facilitate a blended learning model including facilitated study of online materials and face-to-face instruction by a facilitator from Voyager-Sopris Learning. See the online catalog or call Lorie Ostrander for more information. A total of four face-to-face and seven online study days are required. You will receive a calendar in the mail. Please select your preferred location and register for each session individually. **The participants for this workshop must have the pre-approval from their principal to attend this workshop!**

34. LETRS

Program: English Language Arts

Dates: 1/14/2020

LETRS is an empowering professional development course of study for instructors of reading, spelling, and related language skills. LETRS is not a literacy curriculum. Instead, it provides knowledge and tools that teachers can use with any good reading program. BOCES will facilitate a blended learning model including facilitated study of online materials and face-to-face instruction by a facilitator from Voyager-Sopris Learning. See the online catalog or call Lorie Ostrander for more information. A total of four face-to-face and seven online study days are required. You will receive a calendar in the mail. Please select your preferred location and register for each session individually. **The participants for this workshop must have the pre-approval from their principal to attend this workshop!**

35. LETRS

Program: English Language Arts

Dates: 1/16/2020

LETRS is an empowering professional development course of study for instructors of reading, spelling, and related language skills. LETRS is not a literacy curriculum. Instead, it provides knowledge and tools that teachers can use with any good reading program. BOCES will facilitate a blended learning model including facilitated study of online materials and face-to-face instruction by a facilitator from Voyager-Sopris Learning. See the online catalog or call Lorie Ostrander for more information. A total of four face-to-face and seven online study days are required. You will receive a calendar in the mail. Please select your preferred location and register for each session individually. **The participants for this workshop must have the pre-approval from their principal to attend this workshop!**

36. LETRS

Program: English Language Arts

Dates: 2/11/2020

LETRS is an empowering professional development course of study for instructors of reading, spelling, and related language skills. LETRS is not a literacy curriculum. Instead, it provides knowledge and tools that teachers can use with any good reading program. BOCES will facilitate a blended learning model including facilitated study of online materials and face-to-face instruction by a facilitator from Voyager-Sopris Learning. See the online catalog or call Lorie Ostrander for more information. A total of four face-to-face and seven online study days are required. You will receive a calendar in the mail. Please select your preferred location and register for each session individually. **The participants for this workshop must have the pre-approval from their principal to attend this workshop!**

37. LETRS

Program: English Language Arts

Dates: 2/13/2020

LETRS is an empowering professional development course of study for instructors of reading, spelling, and related language skills. LETRS is not a literacy curriculum. Instead, it provides knowledge and tools that teachers can use with any good reading program. BOCES will facilitate a blended learning model including facilitated study of online materials and face-to-face instruction by a facilitator from Voyager-Sopris Learning. See the online catalog or call Lorie Ostrander for more information. A total of four face-to-face and seven online study days are required. You will receive a calendar in the mail. Please select your preferred location and register for each session individually. **The participants for this workshop must have the pre-approval from their principal to attend this workshop!**

38. LETRS

Program: English Language Arts

Dates: 3/17/2020

LETRS is an empowering professional development course of study for instructors of reading, spelling, and related language skills. LETRS is not a literacy curriculum. Instead, it provides knowledge and tools that teachers can use with any good reading program. BOCES will facilitate a blended learning model including facilitated study of online materials and face-to-face instruction by a facilitator from Voyager-Sopris Learning. See the online catalog or call Lorie Ostrander for more information. A total of four face-to-face and seven online study days are required. You will receive a calendar in the mail. Please select your preferred location and register for each session individually. **The participants for this workshop must have the pre-approval from their principal to attend this workshop!**

39. LETRS

Program: English Language Arts

Dates: 3/19/2020

LETRS is an empowering professional development course of study for instructors of reading, spelling, and related language skills. LETRS is not a literacy curriculum. Instead, it provides knowledge and tools that teachers can use with any good reading program. BOCES will facilitate a blended learning model including facilitated study of online materials and face-to-face instruction by a facilitator from Voyager-Sopris Learning. See the online catalog or call Lorie Ostrander for more information. A total of four face-to-face and seven online study days are required. You will receive a calendar in the mail. Please select your preferred location and register for each session individually. **The participants for this workshop must have the pre-approval from their principal to attend this workshop!**

40. LETRS

Program: English Language Arts

Dates: 5/12/2020

LETRS is an empowering professional development course of study for instructors of reading, spelling, and related language skills. LETRS is not a literacy curriculum. Instead, it provides knowledge and tools that teachers can use with any good reading program. BOCES will facilitate a blended learning model including facilitated study of online materials and face-to-face instruction by a facilitator from Voyager-Sopris Learning. See the online catalog or call Lorie Ostrander for more information. A total of four face-to-face and seven online study days are required. You will receive a calendar in the mail. Please select your preferred location and register for each session individually. **The participants for this workshop must have the pre-approval from their principal to attend this workshop!**

41. LETRS

Program: English Language Arts

Dates: 5/14/2020

LETRS is an empowering professional development course of study for instructors of reading, spelling, and related language skills. LETRS is not a literacy curriculum. Instead, it provides knowledge and tools that teachers can use with any good reading program. BOCES will facilitate a blended learning model including facilitated study of online materials and face-to-face instruction by a facilitator from Voyager-Sopris Learning. See the online catalog or call Lorie Ostrander for more information. A total of four face-to-face and seven online study days are required. You will receive a calendar in the mail. Please select your preferred location and register for each session individually. **The participants for this workshop must have the pre-approval from their principal to attend this workshop!**

42. LETRS

Program: English Language Arts

Dates: 6/3/2020 to 6/4/2020

LETRS is an empowering professional development course of study for instructors of reading, spelling, and related language skills. LETRS is not a literacy curriculum. Instead, it provides knowledge and tools that teachers can use with any good reading program. BOCES will facilitate a blended learning model including facilitated study of online materials and face-to-face instruction by a facilitator from Voyager-Sopris Learning. See the online catalog or call Lorie Ostrander for more information. A total of four face-to-face and seven online study days are required. You will receive a calendar in the mail. Please select your preferred location and register for each session individually. **The participants for this workshop must have the pre-approval from their principal to attend this workshop!**