NW Admin Council

Dec 2 from 9:30 AM to 1:00 PM

IN-PERSON & ZOOM ATTENDANCE OPTIONS AVAILABLE

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Collaborative opportunity for area superintendents and PK-12 principals to come together to share their successes, challenges and learn about/discuss state initiatives and other areas essential to a successful school system. Separate roundtable session for principals during NKESC SPED meeting at end of council.

REGISTRATION FEE:
NO CHARGE

Lunch provided courtesy of NKESC.

eILP Support Session (2/4)

Dec 3 from 3:30 PM to 4:30 PM

Virtual via ZOOM

VIRTUAL ONLY EVENT
Facilitated by Jessie Bloyd, SWPRSC

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
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Southwest Plains' eILP is a web-based tool for creating and storing your English Language Learners' Individual Learning Plans, goals and testing results. This platform provides easy reporting for the fiscal auditor and compliance audits. We invite you to join us for these quarterly sessions if you are seeking answers to questions, refreshing your knowledge of the platform or have answers to share!
 
MARK YOUR CALENDARS FOR THE REMAINING DATES:
February 4, 2022
April 8, 2022

REGISTRATION FEES:
FREE to SWP Title III Consortium Members
COLLEGE CREDIT:
Not available
CANCELLATION:
Events with less than 5 registrants are subject to cancellation one week prior to event date.

Unconscious Bias - Identity: Laying the Foundation for Understanding Bias

Dec 7 from 8:30 AM to 2:30 PM

Southwest Plains Conference Center, 810 Lark Avenue, Sublette

THIS IS A REPEAT SESSION FROM AUGUST 25, 2021.

VIRTUAL ATTENDANCE ONLY
Facilitated by Maria Ortiz-Smith, SWPRSC

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
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Reaching educational equity requires reflective practice, especially regarding bias. Everyone has biases, and not all biases are negative or hurtful. The best way to become aware of unconscious bias is to get to know, reflect on, and celebrate your own identity.

PARTICIPANTS WILL:
  •  use an anticipatory guide to reflect on educational equity
  • analyze components of identity to identify cultural blind spots that interfere with equity
  • use Assumptions Inquiry to explore alternative interpretations of perspectives
THIS SESSION IS APPROPRIATE FOR K-12 EDUCATORS, ADMINISTRATORS, PARAS, AND CLASSIFIED STAFF (SECRETARIES, NUTRITION, ETC.)

REGISTRATION FEES:
$125/person for SWP Members
$140/person for Non Members
FREE to HPEC Member Districts*
*This workshop is being provided free to all general education teachers from HPEC sponsoring districts with CEIS funds. Sponsored districts include: 476 Copeland, 216 Deerfield, 218 Elkhart, 363 Holcomb, 210 Hugoton, 452 Johnson (Stanton County), 215 Lakin, 467 Leoti (Wichita County), 371 Montezuma, 209 Moscow, 217 Rolla , 507 Satanta, 466 Scott County, 374 Sublette, 494 Syracuse, 200 Tribune (Greeley County), 214 Ulysses.

COLLEGE CREDIT:
Optional 0.5 graduate-level credit available from MNU for $45. Requires assignment completion.
CANCELLATION:
Events with less than 5 registrants are subject to cancellation one week prior to event date.

Building Your Plan for Success PLN 3/5

Dec 8 from 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM

Virtual via ZOOM

VIRTUAL ATTENDANCE ONLY

Facilitated by Kim Mauk, Traci Taylor & Natalie Briscoe and Joni Clark-Leiker

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
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Join us for an opportunity to discuss and plan for your IPS implementation. This brief session will allow for collaboration and planning for your district IPS. All SWPRSC CTE Perkins districts can participate for free! A $250 stipend will be provided to SWPRSC Perkins Consortium individuals that attend all 5 sessions.

Mark your calendar for the remaining dates:

  • January 19, 2022
  • February 16, 2022   

REGISTRATION FEE:
FREE to SWPRSC Perkins/CTE Consortium Members

COLLEGE CREDIT:
Optional 0.5 graduate-level college credit available from MidAmerica Nazarene University for $45. Requires attendance at all 5 sessions and completion of assignment. Credit information will be made available at the end of the last session in February.

Counselors Council

Dec 9 from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM

IN-PERSON & ZOOM ATTENDANCE OPTIONS AVAILABLE

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Collaborative opportunity for area PK-12 counselors to come together to share their successes, challenges and learn about/discuss state initiatives and other areas essential to a successful school system.

REGISTRATION FEE: *
FREE to SWPRSC members
$30/person for non-members
*includes lunch for onsite participants

Xello Cadre (2/4)

Dec 9 from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM

Southwest Plains Conference Center, 810 Lark Avenue, Sublette

IN-PERSON AND VIRTUAL ATTENDANCE OPTIONS AVAILABLE  
Facilitated by Emily Davis, SWPRSC

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Does your district use Xello? What is it? Why do I need it and how do I use it? Join your colleagues for three sessions this year to learn information on the navigation and implementation of Xello. These cadres will include collaborative opportunities to come together to share successes and challenges; and learn about/discuss topics related to this important piece of the Kansas Individual Plan of Study. Each session will begin with information on the workings of Xello, include highlights on available features, time for Q & A, "from the field" sharing of district practices by area teachers/counselors, as well as participant-directed "hot topics."   

MARK YOUR CALENDARS FOR THE REMAINING SESSIONS:
February 24, 2022
April 14, 2022

REGISTRATION FEE:
FREE to SWPRSC Perkins Consortium Members
$25/person for SWP members
$40/person for non members
COLLEGE CREDIT: Not available
REGISTRATIONS/CANCELLATIONS: 
Trainings with less than 5 registrants are subject to cancellation one week prior to the event date.

ESOL Praxis Bootcamp: Language & Professional Issues

Dec 10 from 8:30 AM to 2:30 PM

Southwest Plains Conference Center, 810 Lark Avenue, Sublette

IN-PERSON AND ZOOM ATTENDANCE OPTIONS AVAILABLE
Facilitated by Natalie Briscoe, SWPRSC

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Teachers will take away suggestions for WHAT and HOW to study for the Praxis Assessment for English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL). The sessions are designed to help teachers prepare their thinking and their classrooms for students whose first language is not English. The expectation for ESOL endorsed teachers is that they will be able to structure their classrooms, lesson plans, and teaching strategies to successfully support English learners. There are 3 separate workshops in this series. Pick one or more as needed to support your preparations for the ESOL Praxis.

TODAY'S SESSION FOCUSES ON:
  • Registers of language
  • Important theorists for teachers of ELs
  • Literacy instruction
  • Acronyms important for teachers of ELs

THIS SESSION IS APPROPRIATE FOR ALL K-12 EDUCATORS.

REGISTRATION FEES:
FREE to SWP Title III Consortium Districts
FREE to HPEC Member Districts
(200, 209, 210, 214, 215, 216, 217, 218, 363, 371, 374, 452, 466, 467, 476, 494, 507)

$125/person for SWP Members
$140/person for Non Members
COLLEGE CREDIT:
Optional 0.5 graduate-level credit available from MNU for $45. Requires assignment completion.
CANCELLATION:
Events with less than 5 registrants are subject to cancellation one week prior to event date.

New to Teaching CTE? We Have the Answers to Your Questions!

Dec 13 from 8:30 AM to 2:30 PM

Southwest Plains Conference Center, 810 Lark Avenue, Sublette

IN-PERSON AND VIRTUAL ATTENDANCE OPTIONS AVAILABLE

Facilitated by Natalie Briscoe, SWPRSC

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
https://forms.gle/G7SZxYuZeA8PcQAV6

Are you new to CTE and have more questions now that the school year has started?
Questions such as:

  • What are these SMART goals?
  • Who is on my advisory committee and what should we talk about?
  • Where can I find the competencies for my classes?
  • How can I make my classes more hands-on?
  • I need fresh ideas. Where can I find additional resources?
  • I am a department of one. How do I find and connect with teachers in my subject area?

If any of these questions are on your mind, this workshop is for you! Come collaborate with teachers like you, teaching the same pathways. Learn about some of the requirements for your upcoming pathway approval process. Gain some lesson plan ideas and check out some resources to help make your classes more engaging. Walk away with fresh ideas and a community of contacts from the Career and Technical Education departments in southwest Kansas.

This session is appropriate for new CTE teachers, especially those serving as long-term subs or in the Transition to Teaching program.

REGISTRATION FEE:

FREE to SWPRSC Perkins/CTE Consortium Members 
(Substitute costs eligible for reimbursement through Perkins Funding for SWP Consortium members.
Ask Natalie how!)
$125/person for Members
$140/person for Non Members

COLLEGE CREDIT:
Optional 0.5 graduate-level credit available from MNU for $45. Requires assignment completion.

ESOL/Title III Cadre (2/3)

Dec 14 from 8:30 AM to 2:30 PM

Southwest Plains Conference Center, 810 Lark Avenue

IN-PERSON AND VIRTUAL ATTENDANCE OPTIONS AVAILABLE 
Presented by Maria Ortiz-Smith, SWPRSC

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Designed to provide participants with information about Title III and state ESOL program guidance and compliance, assessment information, Office of Civil Rights compliance, programming for English Learners (ELs), cultural competencies, and information about other state and national initiatives that affect the education of ELs. 

These days represent a special time for ESOL teachers to come together to network, share ideas and problem-solve, with the goal of creating a community of teachers who work to assist a growing special population in western Kansas. The cadre is designed for PK-12 ESOL/Content teachers.

BENEFITS OF PARTICIPATION INCLUDE:
  .  Remain current on ESOL/Title III guidance, assessment, and counting minutes
  .  View and practice ESOL strategies and resources for the classroom
  .  Share information, resources, and lessons learned in the classroom and program
REGISTRATION FEE:
FREE for SWPRSC Title III Consortium Members
$95/person for SWP members
$115/person for non members
COLLEGE CREDIT
Optional 0.5 graduate-level college credit available from MidAmerica Nazarene University for $45. Requires completion of assignment.
REGISTRATIONS/CANCELLATIONS: 
Trainings with less than 5 registrations are subject to cancellation one week prior to the event date.

Title I Cadre (2/3)

Dec 16 from 8:30 AM to 2:30 PM

Southwest Plains Conference Center, 810 Lark Avenue, Sublette

IN-PERSON AND VIRTUAL ATTENDANCE OPTIONS AVAILABLE 
Facilitated by Jessie Bloyd, SWPRSC Consultant

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
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Do you work with Title I in your building/district? If so, we invite you to join us for a day of networking and sharing of resources with other Title I colleagues. This is a great opportunity to talk about and learn to explain Title I regulations; apply best-practice strategies "from the field" to current content; explore and learn about new resources to utilize with at-risk students; share assessment strategies and practices; explore new technology resources and dialogue around current "hot topics". Attend today and take-away information and strategies you can use tomorrow!

REGISTRATION FEE:
$95/person for SWP members
$115/person for non members
COLLEGE CREDIT:
Optional 0.5 graduate-level college credit available from MidAmerica Nazarene University for $45. Requires completion of assignment.
REGISTRATIONS/CANCELLATIONS: 
Trainings with less than 5 registrations are subject to cancellation one week prior to the event date.

HGSS Classroom Based Assessment Nuts & Bolts

Jan 10 from 8:30 AM to 2:30 PM

Southwest Plains Conference Center, 810 Lark Avenue, Sublette

IN-PERSON AND VIRTUAL ATTENDANCE OPTIONS AVAILABLE

Facilitated by Nathan McAlister, Humanities Program Manager, KSDE

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So you need to design an HGSS Classroom Based Assessment (CBA)? Wait, what? You've heard of the CBA but you're not quite certain what it is, how it functions, when it should be given, who creates it, how much time it will take, etc. If this applies to you, then you should join us as we cover the nuts and bolts of the HGSS Classroom Based Assessment! Guidance and practice time will be provided in writing compelling questions, finding resources and building your own CBA. Walk away with a great start to the framework of your own CBA.

THIS SESSION IS FOR CONTENT TEACHERS, INSTRUCTIONAL COACHES, PARAPROFESSIONALS AND ADMINISTRATORS IN GRADES 4, 7 & 11 BUT ALL GRADES ARE WELCOME.

REGISTRATION FEES:
$25/person (includes lunch for in-person attendees)
COLLEGE CREDIT:
Optional 0.5 graduate-level credit available from MNU for $45. Requires assignment completion.
CANCELLATION:
Events with less than 5 registrants are subject to cancellation one week prior to event date.

Industry Certifications & CTE End of Pathway Assessments Support

Jan 10 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM

VIRTUAL via ZOOM

VIRTUAL ATTENDANCE ONLY

Presented by Clelia McCrory, ESSDACK

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
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This virtual training support will provide participants with a PDF or Word Google Folder resource after the training that will help schools know where to get the assessment or certification, what concepts or skills are targeted with the assessment or certification, which pathway or pathways does it support, which ones count for postsecondary student success rate, and other certification/assessment implementation tips.  

Participants will also join a CTE assessment listserv with Clelia and your service center colleagues in order to get ongoing certification/assessment updates/tips during 2022!  This year, we will also address some allowed accommodations for students on IEPs or 504 Plans and how to access those accommodations from vendors like Certiport or entities like KDHE.  There will also be follow up information put into the folders later as further needs/inputs are gathered during special populations work with the transition coordinators across the three regions. 

THIS SESSION IS APPROPRIATE FOR CTE TEACHERS AND CTE COORDINATORS.


REGISTRATION FEE:
FREE to SWPRSC Perkins/CTE Consortium Members
(Substitute costs eligible for reimbursement through Perkins Funding for SWP Consortium members. Ask Natalie how!)
$65/person for Members
$70/person for Non Members

COLLEGE CREDIT:  Not available.

You've Tested, Now What? Understanding & Applying FastBridge Reports to Reading and Math Instruction for Grades K-1

Jan 11 from 8:30 AM to 2:30 PM

Southwest Plains Conference Center, 810 Lark Avenue, Sublette

IN-PERSON  PARTICIPATION PREFERRED BUT VIRTUAL ATTENDANCE POSSIBLE
Facilitated by Margo Morton, SWPRSC 

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
https://forms.gle/ATv93UuDJcVzVZmB7

MANDATORY PREREQUISITE:
Reading and Math Fall Benchmark FastBridge Testing MUST be completed as actual data will be used.


THE FOCUS OF THIS WORKSHOP WILL BE:
  • understanding and locating benchmark scores
  • viewing and understanding various FastBridge reports
  • spending extensive time within the Detailed Group Report to determine intervention focus
  • setting up progress monitoring within the FastBridge system
  • exploring intervention resources/materials within the system

Participants should bring a computer, pen/pencil and have aCcess to current FastBridge data.

THIS WORKSHOP IS APPROPRIATE FOR ELA AND MATH TEACHERS IN GRADES K-1, ADMINISTRATORS, COACHES, AND INTERVENTIONISTS.

REGISTRATION FEE:
$125/person for SWP Members
$140/person for Non members
COLLEGE CREDIT: 
Optional 0.5 graduate-level college credit available from MidAmerica Nazarene University for $45. Requires completion of assignment.
REGISTRATION/CANCELLATION: 
Trainings with less than 5 registrations are subject to cancellation one week prior to the event date.

Formative Assessments with English Language Learners

Jan 12 from 8:30 AM to 2:30 PM

Southwest Plains Conference Center, 810 Lark Avenue, Sublette

IN-PERSON AND VIRTUAL ATTENDANCE OPTIONS AVAILABLE
Facilitated by Dr. Gayla Lohfink, SWPRSC

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
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“Where am I going?” “Where am I now?” and “How will I close the gap” are key questions underlying the definition of formative assessment (FA). In FA, students and teachers are continuously gathering evidence of learning to adapt what happens in the classroom. For ELs, clarifying learning targets collaboratively with teachers, bringing relevance and connectivity to learning, and eliciting evidence to show learning via various ways are particularly beneficial FA practices. For EL teachers, FA feedback must show analysis of the learners’ content understanding AND his/her linguistic and cognitive development. If you want to explore FA, participate in this workshop, as we (1) study the what, why, and how of formative assessment and (2) gain awareness of and practice specific FA strategies framed by language acquisition theory in order to effectively integrate content and academic language. Together, we will “dig into” into FA and gain insight into how to better support our ELs’ autonomy as learners.

THIS SESSION IS APPROPRIATE FOR K-12 ESOL AND CONTENT TEACHERS, INSTRUCTIONAL COACHES, PARAPROFESSIONALS AND ADMINISTRATORS.

REGISTRATION FEES:
FREE to SWP Title III Consortium Members
$125/person for SWP Members
$140/person for Non Members
COLLEGE CREDIT:
Optional 0.5 graduate-level credit available from MNU for $45. Requires assignment completion.
CANCELLATION:
Events with less than 5 registrants are subject to cancellation one week prior to event date.

NW Kansas KESA Kadre 3/4

Jan 13 from 8:30 AM to 2:30 PM

NKESC, 703 W 2nd Street, Oakley

IN-PERSON AND VIRTUAL ATTENDANCE OPTIONS AVAILABLE 
Facilitated by Dr. Amber Miller, SWPRSC

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
https://forms.gle/gzUEPo4zGjHvHFdk6

Join us for collaborative support for the Kansas Education Systems Accreditation (KESA) process. Content is driven by KESA expectations as outlined by KSDE/KSBE. Continuous Learning Plans and KESA work will be integrated, as appropriate. Districts participate via selected system representatives (max of 8/system/session). Focus will be on Year 4 tasks with adjustments provided for participating districts in Year 3 or 5. 

KADRE TASKS INCLUDE:
  • Review of OVT Annual Report (to guide next steps)
  • Annual review of Compliance & Foundations
  • Continued Goal Implementation (as per Action Plans)
  • Continued Growth Measurement (collection, disaggregation and analysis of data, artifacts & evidence)
  • Professional Learning Plan (aligned to KESA Goals and SBOE Outcomes)
  • Stakeholder Engagement (ongoing feedback & sphere of support)
  • Preparation of Year 4 OVT System visit

MARK YOUR CALENDARS FOR THE REMAINING SESSION:
Day 4:  February 22

REGISTRATION FEE:
$1,450/district which covers all 4 sessions (maximum team size per session is 8)
COLLEGE CREDIT: Optional 0.5 graduate-level college credit available from MidAmerica Nazarene University for $45. Requires completion of assignment.

You've Tested, Now What? Understanding & Applying FastBridge Reports to Reading Interventions for Grades 2-5

Jan 14 from 8:30 AM to 2:30 PM

Southwest Plains Conference Center, 810 Lark Avenue, Sublette

IN-PERSON  PARTICIPATION PREFERRED BUT VIRTUAL ATTENDANCE POSSIBLE
Facilitated by Margo Morton, SWPRSC 

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
https://forms.gle/aQR2WkEUX1kmVN7B9

MANDATORY PREQUISITE:
Reading Fall Benchmark FastBridge Testing MUST be completed as actual data will be used.

THE FOCUS OF THIS WORKSHOP WILL BE:
  • understanding and locating benchmark scores
  • viewing and understanding various FastBridge reports
  • completing a quadrant data sort to group students based on reading deficits
  • setting up progress monitoring with the FastBridge system
  • exploring intervention resources/materials to target fluency, phonics and phonemic awareness


Participants should bring a computer, pen/pencil and have access to current FastBridge data.

THIS WORKSHOP IS APPROPRIATE FOR ELA TEACHERS IN GRADES 2-5, ADMINISTRATORS, COACHES, AND INTERVENTIONISTS.

REGISTRATION FEE:
$125/person for SWP Members
$140/person for Non members
COLLEGE CREDIT: 
Optional 0.5 graduate-level college credit available from MidAmerica Nazarene University for $45. Requires completion of assignment.
REGISTRATION/CANCELLATION: 
Trainings with less than 5 registrations are subject to cancellation one week prior to the event date.

KSDE CTE Pathways Guided Work Day

Jan 18 from 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM

Southwest Plains Conference Center, 810 W. Lark Avenue, Sublette

IN-PERSON AND VIRTUAL ATTENDANCE OPTIONS AVAILABLE
Facilitated virtually by Amanda Williams, KSDE & SWPRSC Consultants

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
https://forms.gle/wr2EiPtBnFn7ZiNS6

This workshop will be work time in your Pathways with assistance on the CPPSA (Career Pathways Program of Study Application) and/or KCCMS. 

We encourage anyone responsible for submitting the CPPSA to attend, and all participants will need access to a  laptop with wireless capabilities and have a user account in Pathways as a District/Org Update or a School User access.

Please bring ALL data needed to update or create your pathway, such as Improvement Plan information. All courses that are needed in section 3 should already be entered and approved by KSDE consultants in KCCMS before they are available for selection.

REGISTRATION FEE:  FREE 

Building Your Plan for Sucess PLN 4/5

Jan 19 from 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM

Virtual via ZOOM

VIRTUAL ATTENDANCE ONLY

Facilitated by Kim Mauk, Traci Taylor & Natalie Briscoe and Joni Clark-Leiker

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
https://forms.gle/oKUfjoECRc1ReF3v7

Join us for an opportunity to discuss and plan for your IPS implementation. This brief session will allow for collaboration and planning for your district IPS. All SWPRSC CTE Perkins districts can participate for free! A $250 stipend will be provided to SWPRSC Perkins Consortium individuals that attend all 5 sessions.

Mark your calendar for the remaining date:

  • February 16, 2022   

REGISTRATION FEE:
FREE to SWPRSC Perkins/CTE Consortium Members

COLLEGE CREDIT:
Optional 0.5 graduate-level college credit available from MidAmerica Nazarene University for $45. Requires attendance at all 5 sessions and completion of assignment. Credit information will be made available at the end of the last session in February.

KansaSTAR Training

Jan 25 from 8:30 AM to 2:30 PM

Southwest Plains Conference Center, 810 Lark Avenue, Sublette

THIS IS A REPEAT SESSION FROM FIRST SEMESTER.

IN-PERSON AND VIRTUAL ATTENDANCE OPTIONS AVAILABLE
Facilitated by Jen Stelter SWPRSC

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
https://forms.gle/fxC6txZEUxozcBdG9

Districts will REVIEW the free, online state program KansaSTAR.This program walks districts through the school improvement process to write and monitor school improvement plans for KESA and Title I (required for all school-wide Title beginning in 20-21, while also having the capability to be a repository for all KESA work and evidence). 

The morning will REVIEW the updated system and participants will examine examples of quality school improvement work. The afternoon work session will utilize the time for teams to input information and update their KSSTAR plans with the support of the SWPRSC Consultant. 

Districts are encouraged to send a team of two or more (Title/school improvement) to come REVIEW the ins and outs of KansaSTAR and take advantage of the time to work together to input your information into the system.

PARTICIPANTS WILL:
  • explore the research and tools in KansaSTAR for school improvement plans
  • analyze and plan how to use KansaSTAR in the KESA process

THIS SESSION IS APPROPRIATE FOR PK-12 EDUCATORS AND ADMINISTRATORS USING THE KANASTAR SYSTEM.

REGISTRATION FEES:
$125/person for SWP Members
$140/person for Non Members
COLLEGE CREDIT:
Optional 0.5 graduate-level credit available from MNU for $45. Requires assignment completion.
CANCELLATION:
Events with less than 5 registrants are subject to cancellation one week prior to event date.

SWKE Vocational Showcase

Jan 27 from 9:30 AM to 2:00 PM

Hy-Plains Feedyard LLC, 7505 US Highway 56, Montezuma, Kansas

IN-PERSON ATTENDANCE ONLY

Facilitated by Joe Coles & Various Community Partners

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
https://forms.gle/gxXGEY29HYD1czWH6

Southwest Kansas Entrepreneurship (SWKE): School, Business & Community Partnership
MISSION: To keep our school graduates in southwest Kansas where they will live a happy and successful life with family and career.

This session will provide an opportunity for high school students that are interested in the vocational field to meet with adults and business partners in these areas to learn about "a day in the life", skills it takes to get there and possibly internship opportunities. Important leadership skills will also be interwoven into the day's format.

THIS OPPORTUNITY IS APPOPRIATE FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS, COUNSELORS AND ADMINISTRATORS.

Lunch is provide and there is no cost for this event, thanks to the gracious sponsorship of the collaborating organizations.

REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS January 21, 2022.