THE PROGRAM

Document Sample
THE PROGRAM Powered By Docstoc
					                        THE PROGRAM

           Tennessee Consortium for Development of Full Service Schools
Presents

           "No Child Left Behind" Conference

           School Systems and Human Services Agencies
           Working Together for Student Success
           Friday, June 21, 2002

           University of Tennessee College of Law
           1505 W. Cumberland Ave., Room 341
           Knoxville TN 37996-1810

Goal:   To Develop Core Plans Using Full Services Schools Concepts to
Boost
Test Scores and Ways to Support School Staff

8:30     Welcome and introductions
8:45     "No Child Left Behind: requirements and resources for on-notice
schools." Karen Bundren, Ed.S., and Patty Wright, M.A., Federal
Programs Consultants, Tennessee Department of Education
9:45     "Making Collaboration Work for Children, Youth, Families,
Schools,
and Communities." A videotape-based discussion facilitated by Craig
Rigell, Ph.D., Superintendent, Athens City Schools
10:30    Break
10:45    Panel on Ideas That Enable Schools to be Successful
         "The impact of Full Service Schools concepts on student test
scores." Jamey Dobbs, M.A., AmeriCorps Promise Fellow with Knoxville
Community Service Agency and Knoxville's Promise
         "Sustaining teachers in tough places." Vandy Kemp, M.Ed.,
Principal, Heritage High School, Blount County
         "How children's unmet mental health needs affect the classroom
teacher's morale and performance." Jerry Morton, Ph.D., Executive
Director, Little Tennessee Valley Educational Cooperative, Loudon
         "Bringing about change in schools despite obstacles."   Gary
Dutton,
Ph.D., Educational Consultant to the Tennessee Department of Education
12:15    Lunch in the Greene Room of Ramsey's Cafeteria, 1547 White
Avenue.
         "Lifting Spirits." Ralph Bohannon, Executive Director of the
Tri-County Center in Athens

1:15    Looking at the Challenges and Making an Action Plan for Success
        A.      Knox County
                Knox County's Full Service Component of the World Class
School and how to achieve it in on-notice and other schools.
                Facilitator: Knox County School Administrator
        B       Rural County Groups.
                Meeting No Child Left Behind Requirements in Rural
Counties with Full Service School Concepts (separate sessions for each
county represented)
                Facilitators:
                Gary Dutton, Ph.D., Educational Consultant to the
Tennessee Department of Education
                Vivian Gwinn, B.S., HIV/AIDS Prevention Educator, Helen
Ross McNabb
                Teddy Harmon, Director, Full Service School Program,
McDonald Elementary School, Greene County
                Vandy Kemp, M.Ed., Principal, Heritage High School,
Blount County
                Craig Rigell, Ph.D., Superintendent, Athens City
Schools
                Jerry Morton, Ph.D., Executive Director, Little
Tennessee Valley Educational Cooperative, Loudon
        C.      Work sequence for each group
        1:15    i.      Special needs in your county for success with
No Child Left
Behind Requirements.
        1:45    ii.     What full service school components could look
like in your
county.
        2:15    iii.    How to address the obstacles and use the
resources in your
county.
        2:45    iv.     Deciding what to do and planning for success in
your county.
3:30    Adjourn

        Conference Planning Committee

Kristi Blankenship, M.A., Project Planning Coordinator, Cherokee
Health Systems Pat Cooper, M.S., Regional Lead Teacher for Tennessee
Infant Parent Services School, Knoxville Grayfred B. Gray, J.D.,
Associate Professor Emeritus, College of Law, University of Tennessee,
Knoxville Professor Robert Kronick, Ph.D., College of Education,
University of Tennessee, Knoxville Rebecca Pipe, M.S.W., School-Based
Services Coordinator, Helen Ross McNabb Center, Knoxville Cynthia
Rockey, M.S.S.W., L.C.S.W., Child Development Specialist, Cherokee
Health Systems, Johnson City Lucretia Sanders, M.Ed., C.F.L.E., Team
Coordinator for the Promotion and Prevention Services, Northeast
Community Services Agency, Kingsport Wilhelmina Williams, B.S.,
C.F.L.E., Executive Director, Northeast Community Services Agency,
Johnson City

				
DOCUMENT INFO
Shared By:
Categories:
Tags:
Stats:
views:5
posted:9/29/2012
language:Unknown
pages:2