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Connecting the Dots - Principal as MTSS Leader
Connecting the Dots - Principal as MTSS Leader
WRESA EDUCATION
Wed, July 13, 2022 @ 09:00 AM — 03:00 PM (EDT)
THIS EVENT IS 100% FREE!
Type:      In-Person
Date:      July 13, 2022
Time:      9:00am-3:00pm

Location:  WCU at Biltmore Park (Room #336)
           28 Schenck Parkway
           Asheville, NC 28803 

Fee:       Free thanks to the Dogwood Trust Grant (See registration restrictions under "Audience")
CEUs:      5 Contact hours
Audience:  Principals, Assistant Principals, and other Education Leaders
           ***NOTE: Due to Grant Requirements, only WRESA Members and Burke County Staff are eligible to register for this workshop 
Limit:     40 Participants
Bring:     Participants need to bring a charged device and access to school data

For the MTSS framework to be implemented successfully, principals must lead, communicate, and participate in most areas of the work. Principals must understand their influence on the quality of student-level instruction and the systems-level problem-solving needed to grow both. This training will focus on connecting the dots of how best practice is woven throughout the MTSS framework. For further information, please contact Jill Chambers at jchambers@wresa.org

Presenter: Jill Chambers

Jill Chambers is the MTSS Support Coordinator at WRESA. She is the former Haywood County principal of Riverbend Elementary School. Riverbend is a two time Blue Ribbon School, a four time Title I Distinguished School finalist, and has performed in the top one percent of Title I schools in the state for a decade.  With over thirty years of educational experience, she strives to help schools understand how the best practices recommended through a MTSS school improvement framework support student achievement. 

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JUL
13
WEDNESDAY
9:00 AM to 3:00 PM (EDT)
Registration Closes
July 11, 2022 @ 11:55 pm
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WCU Biltmore Park
28 Schenck Pkwy
Asheville, NC  USA
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Type:      In-Person
Date: July 13, 2022
Time: 9:00am-3:00pm

Location:  WCU at Biltmore Park (Room #336)
          28 Schenck Parkway
          Asheville, NC 28803 

Fee: Free thanks to the Dogwood Trust Grant
CEUs: 5 Contact hours
Audience: Principals, Assistant Principals, and other Education Leaders
***NOTE: Due to Grant Requirements, only WRESA Members and Burke County Staff are eligible to register for this workshop
Limit: 40 Participants
Bring: Participants need to bring a charged device and access to school data

For the MTSS framework to be implemented successfully, principals must lead, communicate, and participate in most areas of the work. Principals must understand their influence on the quality of student-level instruction and the systems-level problem-solving needed to grow both. This training will focus on connecting the dots of how best practice is woven throughout the MTSS framework. For further information, please contact Jill Chambers at jchambers@wresa.org

Presenter: Jill Chambers

Jill Chambers is the MTSS Support Coordinator at WRESA. She is the former Haywood County principal of Riverbend Elementary School. Riverbend is a two time Blue Ribbon School, a four time Title I Distinguished School finalist, and has performed in the top one percent of Title I schools in the state for a decade.   With over thirty years of educational experience, she strives to help schools understand how the best practices recommended through a MTSS school improvement framework support student achievement. 


 
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