Regional and National Presenters Include:
8:00 — Networking, Registration and Coffee
8:30 — Welcome
9:00 —Acheiving Results: State Policy and Local Practices
Panelists from Connecticut and Maine Departments of Education and schools will discuss what ESSA and the indicator chronic absenteeism means for Maine schools and communities including how recent legislation in Connecticut led to increased attendance and academic achievement.
10:15 — Break
10:30 —Weaving the Web: Working Together to Support Student Success
Panelists from Maine and New England will speak about effective strategies that have resulted in positive outcomes for youth.
11:50 — Luncheon Speakers: Youth Voice
1:15 —Innovative Programs and Practical Resources
Choose from over 15 sessions presenting successful
strategies and innovative programs that have increased
attendance and student connections to school and learning.
There will be hour-long and 25-minute sessions with
elementary, middle, and high school presenters, focusing on
practical resources that could be replicated in schools,
organizations, and communities.
Some of the afternoon sessions include:
Please note that Maine After School Network is orchestrating the registration and appreciate their support
CEUs and Certificate of Attendance are available
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The 2018 Spring Summit is intended for educators, policy makers, administrators, nurses, social workers, counselors, clinicians, case managers, after-school programs, businesses, families, school board members, community members and others who are interested and dedicated to supporting all students be successful in school.