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Aug
22

8:30 AM

2:30 PM

KansaSTAR Training
IN-PERSON AND VIRTUAL ATTENDANCE OPTIONS AVAILABLE
Facilitated by Maria Ortiz-Smith, SWPRSC

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
https://forms.gle/3YeCKvZy9xsMs9NC6

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.
Southwest Plains Conference Center, 810 Lark Avenue, Sublette
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Aug
23

8:30 AM

3:00 PM

Co-Teaching Initial Training
IN-PERSON ATTENDANCE ONLY

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER THROUGH TASN
https://www.ksdetasn.org/events/NczXwQ

State Trainers: Shonda Anderson & ReNae Mann

The Initial Co-teaching Training is the first part of a professional learning and coaching system.
This event is intended for teachers, administrators, and instructional support personnel. 
Materials are provided.

THIS TRAINING IS APPROPRIATE FOR ALL GRADE LEVELS.

REGISTRATIONS FEE:  NO COST
Lunch is provided onsite.



College credit details will be provided by TASN. Not available through SWPRSC.
Southwest Plains Conference Center, 810 Lark Avenue, Sublette

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Aug
24

8:00 AM

3:30 PM

Co-Teaching Coaches Training
IN-PERSON ATTENDANCE ONLY

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER THROUGH TASN
https://www.ksdetasn.org/events/1Le79Q

State Trainers: Robi Alstrom, ReNae Mann & Shonda Anderson

The Co-teaching Coaches' Training is one component of the TASN Co-teaching Training and Coaching System. This event is open to individuals who are available to provide coaching and on-going support to co-teachers in their district. Materials are provided.

PARTICIPANTS ATTENDING THIS EVENT SHOULD ALREADY HAVE COMPLETED THE INITIAL CO-TEACHING TRAINING.

THIS SESSION IS APPOPRIATE FOR ALL GRADE LEVELS.

REGISTRATION FEE:  NO COST
Lunch is provided onsite.



College credit details will be provided by TASN. Not available through SWPRSC.
Southwest Plains Conference Center, 810 Lark Avenue, Sublette

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Aug
25

8:30 AM

2:30 PM

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

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
https://forms.gle/cDwLxV3uf8hQzfz27

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.
NKESC, 703 W 2nd Street, Oakley
@ NKESC
@ NKESC
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Aug
26

All Day

LETRS® Volume 2: Units 5-8

Facilitated by Maria Ortiz-Smith, SWPRSC Education Consultant and Certified LETRS Trainer

TIME FRAME: 2022-23 SCHOOL YEAR

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
https://forms.gle/7WNvRJdrFXQrWTx78

REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS AUGUST 26, 2022!

WHAT IS LETRS®? 

LETRS® stands for Language Essentials for Teachers of Reading and Spelling. LETRS® is a professional learning course from Lexia for instructors of reading, spelling, and related skills. It provides teachers with the skills they need to master the fundamentals of reading instruction: phonological awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, comprehension, writing, and language. This experience strengthens teachers’ knowledge of language structure, the development of the reading brain, and how to nurture the development of foundational literacy skills. LETRS® is not a curriculum, nor a program used to provide instruction; it builds the knowledge and skills so that teachers can be more successful with locally selected curriculum and interventions.

Why LETRS®? 

Both teaching reading and learning to read are complex, but failure is unnecessary! LETRS® incorporates decades of research on how students learn to read and how reading should be taught. LETRS® addresses four critical outcomes for effective literacy instruction: 1) understanding the science of reading, 2) converting research into practice, 3) enhancing teacher effectiveness, and 4) transforming instruction. By understanding the "why" behind science and evidence-based research, educators can effectively (know how to) aid students in learning to read. Ultimately, teachers will learn how to incorporate all the areas of reading and literacy, as detailed in Scarborough’s rope, including oral language and writing.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Teachers who plan, design, and deliver direct instruction to students in Kindergarten through Grade 5 which includes: general education, special education, title, ESOL, and At-Risk, as well as reading specialists/interventionists and instructional coaches providing instruction to students struggling to read at any grade level.

IMPORTANT DATES: 

  • AUGUST 26, 2022: DEADLINE TO SIGN UP  (Group size limited to 25)

  • SEPTEMBER 29, 2022: ATTEND Virtual Orientation (10:00 AM - 12:00 PM)

  • BY NOVEMBER 9, 2022: COMPLETE Unit 5 online courses.

  • NOVEMBER 14, 2022:  ATTEND Unit 5 face-to-face implementation support (8:30 AM - 3:30 PM)

  • BY JANUARY 25, 2023:  COMPLETE unit 6 online courses 

  • JANUARY 30, 2023:   ATTEND Unit 6 face-to-face implementation support (8:30 AM - 3:30 PM)

  • BY MARCH 8, 2023COMPLETE Unit 7 online courses 

  • MARCH 10, 2023:   ATTEND Unit 7 face-to-face implementation support (8:30 AM - 3:30 PM)

  • BY MAY 10, 2023:  COMPLETE Unit 8 online courses 

  • MAY 12, 2023:  ATTEND Unit 8 face-to-face implementation support (8:30 AM - 3:30 PM)

TEACHER RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Dedicate approximately 16 hours/unit of independent study to complete online modules, required reading from LETRS®  manual and Bridge-to-Practice tasks.

  • Complete each of the 4 units by stated deadlines. 

  • Participate in virtual orientation and four face-to-face sessions at Southwest Plains Regional Service Center.

  • Commit to course completion and implementation.  

DISTRICT RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Provide classroom coverage and travel expense for participant(s) to attend required training dates

  • Each of the 4 units require approximately 16 hours to complete the online module, including a pre- and post- assessment (with a score minimum) as well as classroom application tasks.  Your district may arrange to compensate the teacher(s) for this independent learning time via stipend, the use of a substitute, and/or other local arrangements.

TRAINING COSTS:

FREE OF CHARGE FOR ALL K-3 EDUCATORS IN ELIGIBLE POSITIONS
(courtesy of KSDE ESSER Funds)
Funding covers the cost of the online courses, materials and trainer.
Contact SWPRSC if you have other grade level interests.

COLLEGE CREDIT:
  • 0.5 graduate-level credit from MNU is available for each face-to-face session 
  • 1.0 graduate-level credit from MNU is available for the independent study for each unit.
  • Details for enrollment will be shared after each completed event.
Southwest Plains Conference Center, 810 Lark Avenue, Sublette
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Aug
29

8:30 AM

2:30 PM

Indigenous Education: Content & Strategies
IN-PERSON AND VIRTUAL ATTENDANCE OPTIONS AVAILABLE

Facilitated by KSDE Teacher Leaders working in conjunction with  Dr. Alex Red Corn, Kansas State University

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
https://forms.gle/6T83Y3bLwbiWm7FR8

We invite HGSS educators in grades K-12 to join us for this PLC with a focus on the following areas:
  • Indigenous social studies
  • Inquiry Design Model (IDM), Part 1
  • Classroom Based Assessment (CBA)
REGISTRATION FEES:
$35/person (includes lunch)

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.
Southwest Plains Conference Center, 810 Lark Avenue, Sublette

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Aug
29

8:30 AM

2:30 PM

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

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

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
https://forms.gle/3ne3CkFuioVVsWMc8

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

  • Who is on my advisory committee and what should we talk about?
  • What are these SMART goals?
  • How does an articulation agreement benefit my students?
  • Where can I find the competencies for my classes?
  • I need fresh ideas. Where can I find additional resources?

If any of these questions are on your mind, this workshop is for you! Come collaborate with others in the CTE world. Learn about some of the requirements for your upcoming pathway approval process. Check out some resources to help make CTE 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.
Southwest Plains Conference Center, 810 Lark Avenue, Sublette
CTE/Perkins
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Aug
30

8:30 AM

2:30 PM

KESA Cadre for Year 5, Session 1 of 3

IN-PERSON AND VIRTUAL ATTENDANCE OPTIONS AVAILABLE

Facilitated by Jen Stelter & Emily Davis, SWPRSC

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
https://forms.gle/Myvom2EvkXfpAegZ9

Collaborative and individual support for the Kansas Education Systems Accreditation (KESA) process is necessary in creating a cohesive accredited system. Content is driven by KESA expectations as outlined by KSDE/KSBE. Continuous Learning Plans and KESA work will be integrated.

FOCUS WILL BE ON YEAR 5 KESA TASKS.

EACH SESSION WILL INCLUDE BUT NOT BE LIMITED TO:
  • Timelines and Tasks
  • Data Organization
  • Report Writing
  • Collaboration and Work Time
THIS SESSION IS APPROPRIATE FOR DISTRICT LEADERSHIP/KESA TEAMS.

THIS IS A 3-DAY SERIES. WE ENCOURAGE ATTENDANCE AT ALL 3 SESSIONS:
DAY 1: August 30, 2022
DAY 2: October 25, 2022
DAY 3: December 13, 2022

REGISTRATION FEE:
$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.
Southwest Plains Conference Center, 810 Lark Avenue, Sublette
KESA
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Aug
31

8:30 AM

2:30 PM

KESA Cadre for Year 1, Session 1 of 3

IN-PERSON AND VIRTUAL ATTENDANCE OPTIONS AVAILABLE

Facilitated by Jen Stelter & Emily Davis, SWPRSC

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
https://forms.gle/i89vkWSPCC7Mne3t7

Collaborative and individual support for the Kansas Education Systems Accreditation (KESA) process is necessary in creating a cohesive accredited system. Content is driven by KESA expectations as outlined by KSDE/KSBE. Continuous Learning Plans and KESA work will be integrated. 

FOCUS WILL BE ON SYSTEMS BEGINNING YEAR 1 OF THE NEW KESA CYCLE.

EACH SESSION WILL INCLUDE BUT NOT BE LIMITED TO:
  • Timelines and Tasks
  • Data Organization
  • Report Writing
  • Collaboration and Work Time

THIS SESSION IS APPROPRIATE FOR DISTRICT LEADERSHIP/KESA TEAMS
THIS IS A 3-DAY SERIES. WE ENCOURAGE ATTENDANCE AT ALL 3 SESSIONS:
DAY 1: August 31, 2022
DAY 2: December 6, 2022
DAY 3: February 15, 2023

REGISTRATION FEE:
$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.
Southwest Plains Conference Center, 810 Lark Avenue, Sublette
KESA
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Sep
1

9:00 AM

11:30 AM

APPLY Kansas Training & Counselor Career Fair
APPLY KANSAS TRAINING & COUNSELOR COLLEGE FAIR ALL IN ONE!

Facilitated by Tara Lebar, Kansas Board of Regents/APPLY Kansas State Coordinator

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

https://tinyurl.com/2p9ausdv

ABOUT THIS EVENT:
Apply Kansas Site Coordinators will gather together to learn and strategize new ideas for their upcoming application events. This will give you an opportunity to see all of the resources available to you, meet other Apply Kansas Coordinators, and understand the best way to gather and use your summary data at the end of your event. You'll also be able to pick up your APPLY Kansas promotional items. Following the training, all participants will receive an update from several of our Kansas higher education institutions.

TENTATIVE SCHEDULE:

9:00-10:30    Apply Kansas Training
10:30-11:00  Kansas Admissions Updates
11:00-11:30  Counselor College Fair

Colleges attending (as of Aug 10):*
  • Emporia State University
  • Fort Hays State University
  • Wichita State University.
*We expect a few more institutions will sign up to attend & will update the list as those confirmations come in.

REGISTRATION FEE: No charge
COLLEGE CREDIT: Not available
Southwest Plains Conference Center, 810 Lark Avenue, Sublette

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Sep
7

8:30 AM

1:00 PM

SWP Supts Council
IN-PERSON & ZOOM ATTENDANCE OPTIONS AVAILABLE

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
https://forms.gle/UtHGgsHw1guDH6T76

Collaborative opportunity for area superintendents 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

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

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Sep
8

8:30 AM

2:30 PM

CTE Resource Swap and Collaboration
THIS EVENT IS IN-PERSON ONLY
Facilitated by Natalie Briscoe & Traci Taylor, SWPRSC

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
https://forms.gle/xo5JhuKGt3WcypgT6

Come join us for a brief overview of what is going on in the world of CTE and with the Perkins grant. Collaborate with teachers like you from your Career Cluster to share ideas, lesson plans, and resources.

THIS SESSION IS APPROPRIATE FOR CTE COORDINATORS AND TEACHERS GRADES 9-12.

REGISTRATION FEES:
FREE to SWP Carl Perkins 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.
Southwest Plains Conference Center, 810 Lark Avenue, Sublette
CTE/Perkins
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Sep
8

8:30 AM

2:30 PM

Homeless/Migrant Cadre (1/4)
IN PERSON AND VIRTUAL ATTENDANCE OPTIONS AVAILABLE

Facilitated by Emily Davis, SWPRSC Consultant

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
https://forms.gle/uncA2mMtSVL3KxucA

This workshop will help identify homeless children and youth, provide wraparound services, and provide resources that will help address the many struggles homeless children and youth face, and ensure that homeless children and youth are able to attend school and participate fully in school activities.

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.
Southwest Plains Regional Service Center, 810 Lark Ave, Sublette, KS 67877, USA

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Sep
8

9:30 AM

1:00 PM

NKESC Admin Council
IN-PERSON & ZOOM ATTENDANCE OPTIONS AVAILABLE

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
https://forms.gle/A3g3R6qE7QNjhZkVA

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. 

REGISTRATION FEE:
NO CHARGE

Lunch provided courtesy of NKESC.
NKESC, 703 W. 2nd Street, Oakley
@ NKESC
@ NKESC
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Sep
9

8:30 AM

3:00 PM

Pathways to Reading Refresher
IN-PERSON ATTENDANCE ONLY

Facilitated by Jane Seward

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
https://forms.gle/xmx2MGG1SqMxyCvC6

Wondering what’s new with Pathways to Reading? Join us to learn about implementing the new Units of Study that replace the four levels of instruction. We’ll also discover the many new materials available to support the Units of Study.  Our time together will give you the opportunity to revisit all the strategies as well as see how PTR developed new routines for Read Words that support the new materials. If you’ve ever wondered how to accomplish more during the Read in Context time, you’ll appreciate the new learning with this strategy, too!


THIS TRAINING IS APPROPRIATE FOR ANYONE WHO HAS ATTENDED PATHWAYS TO READING LEVEL 1.

REGISTRATION FEES:*:
$205/person for Members
$255/person for Non Member
*includes new Small Group manual per grade level

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.
Southwest Plains Conference Center, 810 Lark Avenue, Sublette
ELA/Literacy
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Sep
9

9:30 AM

2:00 PM

SWKE Counselors Showcase
IN-PERSON ATTENDANCE ONLY

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

https://forms.gle/okYdtDyZr5PNDfHq9

Facilitated by Joe Coles, SWPRSC & Various Community Partners

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 counseling 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 possible internship opportunities. Important leadership skills will be interwoven throughout the day.

THIS OPPORTUNITY IS APPROPRIATE FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN GRADES 9-12, COUNSELORS AND ADMINISTRATORS.


Lunch is provided and there is no cost for this event.

REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS SEPTEMBER 2, 2022.  SEATING IS LIMITED.  SIGN UP TODAY!
TBD
Student Events
Student Events
SWKE Showcases
SWKE Showcases

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Sep
12

8:30 AM

2:30 PM

EL Para Training
IN-PERSON AND VIRTUAL ATTENDANCE OPTIONS AVAILABLE

Facilitated by Jessie Bloyd, SWPRSC 

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

https://forms.gle/q3tuCiHMYHiztvD5A

This session is for paras who work work with ELs and regular education teachers. Come spend the day with a seasoned educator as she models best practice in-class supports; and learn how best to engage and empower your students to support your teachers. 


TOPICS THAT WILL BE COVERED INCLUDE:
  • Language Acquisition Theory
  • Stages of Language Acquisition
  • Effective feedback
  • Cooperative learning strategies
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 for certified teachers. Requires assignment completion.
CANCELLATION:
Events with less than 5 registrants are subject to cancellation one week prior to event date.
Southwest Plains Conference Center, 810 Lark Avenue, Sublette
Title III
Title III
Para Training
Para Training

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Sep
12

8:30 AM

2:30 PM

Structured Literacy: The 90-Minute Block Party
IN-PERSON AND VIRTUAL ATTENDANCE OPTIONS AVAILABLE 

Facilitated by Hailey Hawkinson, Dighton 2nd Grade Teacher & KSDE Teacher Leader Consultant

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
https://forms.gle/ydqbVTbZAPChNVpZ9

You've got 90 minutes for structured literacy...now what? During this workshop, we will explore the vital elements for structured literacy instruction rooted in The Science for Reading, discover ways to implement these elements, and examine the time structure within the block. Whether you have an adopted reading curriculum or supplemental materials, we will use a hands-on approach for restructuring your block to fit your students and their needs. Join this party to unlock the potential of your 90-minute reading block.

Participants should bring their teacher manuals (or have online access) for all literacy curriculum and a list of programs/materials available for use in your district. We will be exploring structured literacy elements within your curriculum/materials to highlight "non negotiables" and gaps within.

THIS WORSKHOP IS APPROPRIATE FOR K-3RD EDUCATORS AND ADMINISTRATORS.

REGISTRATION FEE:*
$35/person
*includes lunch

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.  
Southwest Plains Conference Center, 810 Lark Avenue, Sublette
ELA/Literacy
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Sep
13

8:30 AM

2:30 PM

KESA Kadre for NW Kansas (1/4)
IN-PERSON AND VIRTUAL ATTENDANCE OPTIONS AVAILABLE 
Facilitated by Dr. Amber Miller & Brittany Schields, SWPRSC

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
https://forms.gle/oRFVG5CCNDhUY6eW8

Collaborative and individual support for the Kansas Education Systems Accreditation (KESA) process is necessary in creating a cohesive accredited system. Content is driven by KESA expectations as outlined by KSDE/KSBE. Continuous Learning Plans and KESA work will be integrated. DLT team (max of 7/system/session). FOCUS WILL BE ON YEAR 5 TASKS. 
Be ready for your year 5 KESA OVT visit.  Includes, data analysis, summarizing progress, report writing, and next steps.

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 5 OVT System visit
THIS SESSION IS APPROPRIATE FOR ADMINISTRATORS 
AND DISTRICT & BUILDING LEADERSHIP TEAMS.

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.
NKESC, 703 W 2nd Street, Oakley
@ NKESC
@ NKESC
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Sep
13

8:30 AM

2:30 PM

You've Tested Now What? FastBridge Training for 2nd-5th
IN-PERSON  PARTICIPATION PREFERRED BUT VIRTUAL ATTENDANCE POSSIBLE
Facilitated by Margo Morton, SWPRSC 

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
https://forms.gle/E57xEwRa6C3UnENK7

MANDATORY PREREQUISITE:  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 within the FastBridge system
  • exploring intervention resources/materials to target deficits in reading
PARTICIPANTS SHOULD BRING A COMPUTER, PEN/PENCIL AND HAVE ACCESS TO CURRENT FASTBRIDGE DATA.

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

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