August 30, 2018 at 10:00 am #6227ExCEL ASPKeymaster
This Week’s Announcements:
- Street Safety Explorers After School Program! – New Program
- Global Climate Action Summit
- EMS Update
- Teacher Residency Information Session
- Eat with the Seasons Train-the-Trainer Workshop
- Bridging the Bay Regional After School Conference
Street Safety Explorers After School Program!
Walk SF and Safe Routes to School is now offering a new after school program about street safety. SF Street Safety Explorers is a fun, free curriculum that introduces 3rd-5th grade students to the importance of street design and pedestrian safety, while building analytical and critical thinking skills.
In the program, students learn to analyze traffic safety problems on the street near their school and identify street redesign solutions that will help address those challenges. Students also learn how to turn their ideas into action by creating advocacy projects directed toward local leaders and the surrounding community.
If you would like to schedule a Street Safety Explorers presentation or learn more, please email Greg Zeppa at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://walksf.org/take-action/street-safety-explorers/
Celebrate the most important dot of all…Earth!
Children’s Creativity Museum in San Francisco September 14th International Dot Day
* 3:00 – 6:00 p.m.
The organizers are looking for CLIMATE Ambassadors! If you are interested in participating, please contact:
Nora Zamora, Ed.D
System of Support for Expanded Learning Lead, Region 4
For those of you that have decided to enroll students in EMS first to create your sign in sheets the ExCEL Office wanted to give you two updates:
1. Kindergarteners are now in the EMS system
2. The grade level for students are now updated in EMS
Please contact Jennifer Quevedo at email@example.com if you have any questions.
Teacher Residency Information Session
You’re invited to come learn about the NYU Steinhardt Teacher Residency on Wednesday, September 12! This is the third year that SFUSD has partnered with NYU Steinhardt to help prepare new teachers using an innovative residency model. Immersed in the classroom in one of our SFUSD partner schools for a full academic year, you will gradually take on more responsibility, providing you an opportunity to connect learning theory with practice and build confidence in your teaching.
By leveraging a technology-enhanced learning model you will be paid to work full-time in a partner school and while completing online courses taught in the evenings by world-renowned NYU faculty. Every week you will engage in deep discussion in a supportive learning community with content experts and fellow resident interns during live video meetings.
Information Session Details
You will get an in-depth overview of the Steinhardt Teacher Residency with topics ranging from eligibility to affordability and you will get a chance to hear from both SFUSD district personnel as well as NYU faculty. There will also be time to ask any questions that you may have about the program. Feel free to forward this invitation along to any colleagues, friends, and family members that may be interested in attending. Any questions prior to the event can be sent to Kevon O’Rear at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Teacher Residency Information Session
September 12, 2018
5:30pm – 6:30pm
Everett Middle School Library
Eat with the Seasons Train-the-Trainer Workshop
Who: Community based organizations in San Francisco
Where: Boys and Girls Mission Clubhouse, 901 Alabama Street, San Francisco, CA 94110
When: Friday, October 12th, 2018, 9:00AM-12:00PM (Registration starts at 8:30AM)
Register here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ewtsworkshop2018
Bridging the Bay Regional After School Conference
This year marks the 10th Anniversary of the Bridging the Bay Regional After School Conference. It will take place 8:45 – 3:00 on Saturday, October 6th.
ExCEL is able to sponsor up 78 attendees. Everyone from program managers, to site coordinators, to line staff are encouraged to attend! If we go over the allocated number we’ll find an equitable way to divvy up the slots and let you know by 9/5 so you can choose to sign some of your folks up on your own if you’d like.
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