Snapshot of the PREPS Winter Trimester
Open Registration for Partnership Conference - Nov. 1 Feb. 25-26 Hattiesburg Convention Center $750- 5 Participants PLUS Job Fair Table and Ad for the district in our Program . - Includes PREPS Luncheon and Governor's Award Luncheon - Discounts for additional participants Keynotes by Kim Marshall, author of the Marshal Memo Anthony Colannino, Growth Mindset Open Registration for Novice Teacher Symposium - Nov 1 Jan. 12, Saturday - Highland Bluff Elementary, Brandon Keynote an
CEO Leadership - Superintendent Panel
Powerful panel of educators shared their knowledge and expertise with the CEO Leadership Academy. Thank you Mr. Glen East, Gulfport Schools, Mr. Alan Lumpkin, Pearl River Schools, Dr. Teresa Poole, Dr. Teresa Jackson, Winona-Montogomery Consolidated Schools/PREPS board member, Dr. Ed Leonard, Dr. Chuck Benigno, and Dr. Ben Burnett.
CEO Leadership Academy
The CEO Leadership Academy had a very successful second meeting. The first day was spent networking with Alabama administrators and learning about Leadership Intelligence with Dr. Wanda Maulding-Green and Dr. Ed Leonard. Fireside teambuilding was enjoyed by all at the end of day one. The second day of the academy included a great panel discussion facilitated by Dr. Chuck Benigno with guests panelists who included Mr. Glen East, Superintendent Gulfport Schools, Mr. Alan Lum
TEAAM AUTISM WORKSHOP
Go to http://teaam.org/Fallworkshop.html to register today! TEAAM Autism Fall Workshop November 16th, 2018 Southern Oaks Hattiesburg, MS You Don’t Want to Miss this Workshop!! 8:00 – 8:30 Registration and CEU’s Sign-In 8:30 – 10:15 So You Have a Dx…..Now What? Dr. Mark H. Yeager, CAS, FAAIDD 10:15 – 12:00 Social Skills: Tools for Making Life Choices Christ Webb, M.S., LPC 12:00 – 1:00 The Twice Exceptional Student Dr.
Marshall MEMO - Membership PERK
With your districts' PREPS membership, every superintendent and current CEO Leadership Academy participants receive the Marshall Memo! This is a great weekly collection of the latest research, articles, and trends from prominient educational journals. Reading the short synonposis of each article provided in the memo will help keep your district current on the latest topics in educational circles. The knowledge gained and information gathered will be extremly beneficial to s
Tips to Support Novice Teachers - October
Tip #1 - Find ways to include novice teachers in the larger school community to highlight their strengths without adding to their responsibilities. Tip #2 - Explain grading, conference procedures, and expectations. Tip #3 - Provide release time for novice teachers to meet with mentors. Tip #4 - Review routine classroom procedures and discipline plans. Tip #5 - Give encouraging feedback and recognition for jobs well done. Tip #6 - Take their class to lunch or recess and allow
NOVICE TEACHER SYMPOSIUM
Register now for the PREPS NOVICE TEACHER SYMPOSIUM which will be held in Rankin County at Highland Bluff Elementary School on Saturday, January 12, 2019. Sign up here or go to www.my-learning-links.com . https://form.jotform.com/82813416684159
PARTNERSHIP CONFERENCE KEYNOTES
This year the MAPE/PREPS Partnership conference will be held at Hattiesburg’s Lake Terrace Convention Center on Feb. 25-26, 2019. Mark your calendars and make plans to attend now. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Keynote #1: Motivate, inspire and create a sense of urgency through a keynote presentation with Anthony Colannino. This will be a highly engaging and interactive presentation where Anthony will share a message of hope and optimism focused on creating