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F • A • C • E • S
Welcome To
2011
F•A•C•E•S!
Family And Community
Engagement Seminar
March 3-4, 2011
Lubb ck, Texas
Hosted by the Title I Statewide
School Support/Parental Involvement Initiative
at Region 16 Education Service Center
Region 16 Education Service Center and the seminar
committee would like to thank Region 17 ESC for hosting
our 2011 Family and Community Engagement Seminar
(F.A.C.E.S.). We greatly appreciate their support. The
participation and assistance provided by Region 17 and
the surrounding districts and community organizations
have greatly contributed to the success of this event.
A big West Texas thank-you is extended to each of you.
Teamwork is the ability to work together toward a common vision. The
ability to direct individual accomplishment toward organizational objectives.
It is the fuel that allows common people to attain uncommon results.
... Andrew Carnegie
2011
F•A•C•E•S!
Family And Community
Engagement Seminar
March 3-4, 2011
Lubb ck, Texas
Table Of Contents
Letter, Region 16 ESC
6
Important Information
8-9
Points of Interest
10
Emergency Information
11
Goals, Objectives & Strands
12-13
Seminar Planning Committee
14
Thursday Featured Speakers
15
Opening General Session
16-17
Closing General Session
18-19
Seminar Overview
20-21
Seminar at a Glance
22-23
Concurrent Sessions with Descriptions
24-29
Español sesiones
30
Presenter Directory
31
Session Attendance/Online Evaluations/Certificates
32
Professional Development Credits
33
Online Handouts
34
Cyber Café
35
Holiday Inn Park Plaza
36-37
Community
39
Publications
40
Session Log
41
Tabla de contenidos
Carta, Centro de Servicios Educativos de la Región 16
6
Información importante
8-9
Puntos de interés
10
Información de emergencia
11
Metas, objetivos y tendencias
12-13
Comité de planeación del seminario
14
Presentadores del jueves
15
Sesión general de apertura
16-17
Sesión general de clausura
18-19
Panorama general del seminario
20-21
El seminario a grandes rasgos
22-23
Sesiones simultáneas con descripción 24-29
Sesiones en español
30
Directorio de presentadores
31
Asistencia de la conferencia/evaluaciónes en línea/ certificados
32
Créditos de desarrollo profesional
33
Apuntes en línea
34
Ciber-café
35
Hotel Holiday Inn Park Plaza
36-37
Comunidad
39
Publicaciones
40
Bitácora de sesiones
41
Invitation Letter
5800 Bef( Street
Amari((o, TX 79109-6230
(806) 677-5000
FAX (806) 677-5001
www.esc16 .•.•et
Executive Director
Joli,., Bass
Dear Conference Participants,
It is my pleasure, on behalf of Region 16 Education Service Center, to welcome you to the 2009
No Child Left Behind Parental Involvement Conference. The Region 16 Title I Statewide
School Support/Parenta1 Involvement Initiative is excited to be your host of "Educators and
Parents: Everyday Heroes. "
The promise of this conference is to build the capacity of all the participants in the parental
involvement arena. The conference will provide opportunities for parents, educators and
community leaders to learn strategies for empowering all stakeholders to increase student
achievement and to meet the required mandates of the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act. It is
our hope that the information you receive will challenge you to make parental involvement a
priority to facilitate positive change and increase student success in your school district.
As Executive Director of Region 16 Education Service Center, I want to thank you for
participating in the conference. I hope you enjoy the opportunity to network, identify best
practices, and leam new innovative ways to strengthen families and communities. Thank you for
making a difference.
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Dr. Zoer A{{en, Chairmar/, PClT!jton E.R. Be{r, Vice Chairman, Strafori
Katfi{een Morris, Secretar!j,Amari((o
Don Bednorz, Panhar/i(e
Sherry McCavit, Pan!Fa Ky Sherrod, AII/ari((o Haro{dBob Bennett, Hart
Notes
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Important Information
Registration
Seminar Registration will be located in the Atrium on the first floor:
Thursday March 3 7:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Friday March 4
7:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
A map of the Holiday Inn is located on page 35 of your Seminar program; for Holiday Inn information see page 36.
Name Badges
Name badges are required for admission to all Seminar events.
Spanish Language Translations
For persons who prefer Spanish, headphone translation is provided for all general sessions and some breakout sessions. Headphones may be obtained from the Translation Table located next to the registration area. Persons who receive
headphones will need to leave some form of identification, such as their driver’s license, for usage.
Professional Development Credits
Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credits are available for all sessions. See page 33 for more information.
Social Work (SW) and Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) credits will be available for selected sessions. See page
33 for more information.
Concurrent Session Evaluations
Please help us improve our selection of concurrent sessions by submitting evaluations. Speaker evaluation forms are
available from the facilitator at each of the concurrent sessions.
Seminar Evaluations
Please help us improve our Seminar by submitting evaluations. The overall seminar evaluation will be available online. Upon completion of the seminar evaluation you will receive your conference certificate of attendance.
To access the 2011 FACES Seminar evaluation, go to www.esc16.net,
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click on the tab “Parents”
click on the “Title I Statewide Initiative” logo/icon
click on “2011 FACES, Family and Community Engagement Seminar”
click on the “Seminar Evaluation” button
Cell Phones/Beepers
As a courtesy to all participants, please put your cell phone/beepers on vibrate or turn them off during sessions and
luncheons.
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Informacion importante
Registro
La mesa de registro se localiza en el atrio del primer piso:
Jueves
3 de marzo 7:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Viernes 4 de marzo
7:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
El mapa del Holiday Inn se encuentra en la página 35 de su programa; la información del hotel se encuentra en la página
36.
Gafete para el nombre
Es necesario portar gafete durante las actividades del seminario.
Interpretación al español
Para quienes prefieran el español, habrá servicio de interpretación con audífonos para todas las sesiones generales y
algunas sesiones en particular. Puede obtener los audífonos en la mesa del servicio de interpretación que se encuentra junto
al área de registro. Las personas que soliciten audífonos deberán dejar alguna identificación que puede ser la licencia de
conducir, por ejemplo.
Créditos de desarrollo profesional
Ayúdenos a mejorar nuestra selección de sesiones simultáneas. Vea la página 33 para más información. Se otorgarán
créditos a los trabajadores sociales y consejeros profesionales con licencia por algunas sesiones en particular. Vea la página
33 para más información.
Evaluaciones de las sesiones simultáneas
Ayúdenos a mejorar nuestra selección de sesiones simultáneas con su evaluación. En cada sesión simultánea, los facilitadotes
tendrán las hojas para evaluar a los presentadores.
Evaluaciones del seminario
Ayúdenos a mejorar nuestro seminario con sus evaluaciones. Las hojas de evaluación general del seminario estarán en línea.
Una vez que haya hecho la evaluación del seminario, recibirá el certificado de participación.
Para entrar a la evaluación del seminario FACES 2011, vaya a www.esc16.net
• Pulse en la pestaña “Parents”
• Pulse en el icono “Title I Statewide Initiative”
• Pulse en “2011 FACES, Family and Community Engagement Seminar” (Seminario de participación de los padres y la
comunidad)
• Pulse en el botón “Seminar Evaluation”
Celulares y localizadores
Como muestra de cortesía a los participantes, le pedimos que ponga su celular/localizador en modo de vibración o apagado
durante las sesiones y la comida.
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Points Of Interest
Museum of Texas Tech University - The Museum is an educational, scientific, cultural, and research element
of Texas Tech University. It consists of several components: the main Museum building, the Moody Planetarium, the
Natural Science Research Laboratory, the research and educational elements of the Lubbock Lake Landmark, and the
Val Verde County research site. Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday: 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Thursday: 10:00 a.m. - 8:30 p.m. Sunday: 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.; Closed Monday
3301 4th Street - Lubbock, Texas; (806) 742-2490
http://www.depts.ttu.edu/museumttu/about.html#main
Buddy Holly Center - Exhibitions and programs reflect the diverse cultural characteristics of the region and
encourage interaction between artists and the community. The Center collects, preserves and interprets artifacts
relevant to Lubbock’s most famous native son, Buddy Holly, as well as to other performing artists and musicians
of West Texas. Tuesday thru Saturday: 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.; Sunday: 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.; Closed Monday
1801 Crickets Avenue (formerly Avenue G) Lubbock, TX 79401; (806) 775-3560
http://www.buddyhollycenter.org/default.aspx
General Admission: $5
Senior Citizens (60+): $3
Children 7 - 17: $2
Students (with college ID): $2
Children 6 and under: Free
Members: Free
Active Duty Military (in uniform): Free
Other Exhibitions and Galleries
Free unless posted otherwise
South Plains Shopping Mall is the only mall of its size between Fort Worth and Albuquerque with the
two nearest centers each more than 100 miles away. With its four anchors and 155 specialty stores, the superregional mall generates over 10 million shopper visits annually. Mon-Sat: 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Sun: 12:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Loop 289 & Slide Rd; (806) 792-4693
http://www.southplainsmall.com/home.asp
Science Spectrum & Omni Theater - The Science Spectrum is a unique, hands-on museum that features
interactive science exhibits and is home to Lubbock’s only public aquarium. The Omni Theater features an
advanced projector system and unique domed screen that lets the audience feel like they’re part of the movie. Weekdays 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m; Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m; Sunday 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
2579 S. Loop 289; Lubbock, TX 79423; (806) 745-2525
http://www.sciencespectrum.com
Depot Entertainment District - The Depot Entertainment District is the dynamic heart and entertainment
center of Lubbock’s reemerging downtown scene. The Depot is the heartbeat of Lubbock’s nightlife. You can find
a wide array of themed venues offering live music every weekend. Restaurants, entertainment and shops are
also offered in the Depot Entertainment District.
19th and Buddy Holly Avenue, Lubbock, TX
In every community, there is work to
be done. In every nation, there are
wounds to heal. In every heart, there
is the power to do it.
...Marianne Williamson
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Area Restaurants
Cagle Steaks
118 Inler
Moose Magoo’s
8217 University
(806) 795-3879
(806) 745-5005
Carino’s Italian Grill
6821 Slide Road
(806) 798-0944
Rudy’s Texas Bar-B-Q
4930 South Loop 289 #300
(806) 797-1777
Cotton Patch Cafe
6810 Slide Road
(806) 771-4521
The Triple J Chophouse & Brew Co.
1807 Buddy Holly Avenue
(806) 771-6555
Crawdaddy’s Sports Grill & Bar
5725 82nd Street
(806) 840-0600
Abuelo’s Mexican Restaurant
4401 82nd Street
(806) 794-1762
Rockfish Seafood Grill
6253 Slide Road
(806) 780-7625
Zookini’s Soups, Salads, & Grill
4414 82nd Street
(806) 791-2058
Emergency Information
Emergency Contacts
Emergency Number
Grace Medical Center 2412 50th Street
Lubbock Police Department
911
(806) 788-4000
(806) 763-5333
Números de Emergencia
Número de emergencia
Grace Medical Center 2412 50th Street
Departamento de Policía de la Cuidad de Lubbock
911
(806) 788-4000
(806) 763-5333
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Goals Objectives
Goals
Strands
The major goal of the seminar is to provide a forum for parents and families, educators, and community
leaders to exchange ideas that can lead to student success.
Parents and families will be encouraged to enhance learning at home and will gain a better
understanding about ESEA requirements and school and community resources.
Educators will be challenged to develop parent friendly schools that are built upon two-way
communication with families and community organizations.
All participants will have the opportunity to network and to start building home-school-community
connections that result in improved student performance.
Parents and educators will be challenged to confront the issue of bullying in their schools and
neighborhoods.
Objectives
Participants will receive updates and resources relevant to implementing ESEA program
requirements.
Participants will learn about best practices demonstrating home, school, and community
working together for student success.
Participants will discover practical strategies to enrich families, e.g. discipline, help with
homework, literacy, communication, etc.
Participants will acquire information about successful evidence-based programs for
developing early learners, transitioning through the grade levels, and preparing students
for post-secondary education.
Participants will learn the latest research on child bullying and how to recognize the signs
of bullying as well as techniques to empower the victims.
Strands
Strand One:
Strand Two:
Strand Three:
Strand Four:
Strand Five:
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ESEA Parental Involvement Requirements
Family Friendly Schools and Communities
Enriching Parenting Skills
Transitioning from Early Childhood through Graduation
Bullying
Metas
Objectivos
Tendancias
Metas
La meta principal del seminario es ofrecer un foro
para los padres y las familias, educadores y los líderes
de la comunidad para que puedan intercambiar ideas
que lleven a los estudiantes a triunfar.
Se animará a los padres y a las familias a que
fomenten el aprendizaje en casa y a que conozcan
mejor los requisitos de la ley ESEA (Acta de la
Educación Básica y Media), así como los recursos de la
escuela y la comunidad.
Los educadores enfrentarán el reto de desarrollar
escuelas amigables para los padres que estén
cimentadas en una comunicación bilateral con las familias y las organizaciones de la comunidad.
Padres y educadores enfrentarán el reto de revisar el tema del acoso escolar en sus escuelas y vecindarios.
oportunidades educacionales de su familia y las relaciones con la comunidad.
Objetivos
Los participantes recibirán información reciente y recursos para cumplir con los requisitos del programa
de la ley ESEA.
Los participantes aprenderán sobre las prácticas de excelencia en casa, la escuela y la comunidad para
que el estudiante triunfe.
Los participantes descubrirán estrategias prácticas para enriquecer a las familias, por ejemplo, aplicación
de la disciplina, ayuda con la tarea, reforzar las habilidades de lectoescritura, comunicación, etc.
Los participantes obtendrán información sobre programas que han demostrado su efectividad en
el desarrollo del aprendizaje temprano, la transición entre grados escolares y cómo preparar a los
estudiantes para la educación superior.
Los participantes aprenderán sobre las investigaciones más recientes del acoso escolar contra menores,
cómo reconocer las señales del acoso escolar y cómo capacitar a las víctimas con técnicas específicas
para rechazarlo.
Tendencias
Tendencia 1:
Tendencia 2:
Tendencia 3:
Tendencia 4: Tendencia 5: Requisitos ESEA de participación de los padres
Escuelas y comunidades amigables para las familias
Cómo enriquecer las habilidades de los padres
Las etapas de transición desde la niñez temprana hasta la graduación
El acoso o maltrato
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Seminar Planning Committee
Region 16 Education Service Center
Title I Statewide School Support/Parental Involvement Initiative
Terri Stafford and Skip Forsyth, Seminar Co-Chairs
Seminar Planning Committee
Vicki Berrier
Ty Duncan
Skip Forsyth
Edna Garcia
Debbie Henderson
Debbie Hobgood
Pat Johnston
Denise Mattson
Fiona May
Liz Myrick
Anna Phillips
Francisco Rodriguez
Yolanda Sanchez
Barbara Solano
Sheri Sowder
Terri Stafford
Marilyn Stone
Elizabeth Thompson
Marilyn Vieregge
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Region 17 ESC
Region 17 ESC
Title I Statewide Initiative
Plainview ISD
Community Representative
Frenship ISD
Lubbock ISD
Lubbock ISD
CIS South Plains
CIS South Plains
Region 17 ESC
Region 17 ESC
Region 17 ESC
Region 16 ESC
Region 17 ESC
Title I Statewide Initiative
Region 17 ESC
EvenStart
Region 17 ESC
Thursday, March 3
10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Featured Speakers
ESEA Updates and Federal Program Requirements
Cory Green
Cory Green is the Senior Director for the Division of NCLB Program Coordination at the Texas
Education Agency. The division is responsible for the state-level administration and implementation
of federal education programs under the No Child Left Behind Act and the Ed-Flex Partnership
program.
Cory Green
Senior Director
Division of NCLB Program Coordination
Texas Education Agency
Mr. Green began his career at the Texas Education Agency in the Division of
Accelerated Instruction in March 1995, as an Education Specialist for the Safe and
Drug-Free Schools and Eisenhower Professional Development Programs. He has also
served as Education Program Director, Director of Programs, Program Administrator,
Associate Senior Director, and as the Senior Director for the Division of Student Support
Programs.
His teaching experience includes nine years in high school Agriculture Science and Technology. He has also taught theatre arts, health, middle school science, In-School Suspension (ISS), and a
peer assistance leadership (PAL) mentor program between the high school and elementary school
students.
Mr. Green is a graduate of Tarleton State University where he received his Bachelor of Science (BS)
and Master of Science Teaching (MST) degrees in Agriculture Education. He has Texas teaching
certifications in Agriculture, Ornamental Horticulture, Vocational Education for the Handicapped—
Horticulture, Coordinated Vocational Academic Education—Horticulture, Agricultural Cooperative
Training, English, Earth Science, Life Science, Language Arts, and Speech Communications.
He is married to an elementary interventions teacher and the father of two daughters and three
sons.
Parents: The Key to the Future of Our Children
Dr. Crystal Dockery
Worried about the future of your children? Don’t worry, be proactive rather than reactive. This
workshop will provide strategies to help parents effectively communicate with their children. Come
learn new techniques that work with all ages and increase the likelihood of raising responsible
children. As a presenter and parent, Dr. Dockery brings her experiences to light through her sense
of humor and genuine candor. Extensive handouts will be provided.
Dr. Crystal
Dockery
Assistant
Superintendent
Spearman ISD
Dr. Dockery is currently the Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction for Spearman
ISD. Crystal specializes in leadership development, certification, federal programs, accountability,
curriculum, and instruction, but her passion is parent involvement. In addition to her doctorate
in education, Dr. Dockery is also a Licensed Professional Counselor with a background in Special
Education and Counseling. She has been developing and presenting parent involvement techniques
that are practical and easy-to-use within a traditional educational system. Her 25+ years of
experience have afforded her the opportunity to work in a variety of educational settings.
Dr. Dockery is a dynamic presenter whose innovative presentations are characterized by her handson, no-nonsense approach combined with her humor and personal experiences to teach, challenge,
and inspire audiences.
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Opening General Session
Thursday, March 3, 2011
Mahogony / Sycamore Ballrooms
1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Opening Remarks
Terri Stafford, Seminar Co-Chair
Region 16 Education Service Center
Welcome
Ty Duncan, Publicity Chair
Region 17 Education Service Center
Introduction of Color Guard, Singers,
and Entertainment
Sheri Sowder, Entertainment Chair
Region 17 Education Service Center
Presentation of Colors
ROTC Color Guard
Estacado High School, Lubbock ISD
National Anthem
Bryce and Barkley White
Frenship High School, Frenship ISD
Entertainment
LHS Mariachi Band
Lubbock High School, Lubbock ISD
Introduction of NCLB Director
Francisco Rodriguez, Poster Session Chair
Region 17 Education Service Center
Greetings
Cory Green, Senior Director
Division of NCLB Program Coordination, TEA
Introduction of Keynote Speaker
Anna Phillips, Committee Member
Region 17 Education Service Center
Keynote Address
Dr. Debbie Silver, Speaker, Author
Announcements/Closing Remarks
Skip Forsyth, Seminar Co-Chair
Region 16 Education Service Center
Drawing for Door Prizes
Seminar Committee
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Opening General Session
March 3, 2011
Mahogany/Sycamore Ballrooms
1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Positive, Proactive Parental Involvement
Dr. Debbie Silver
Through proven procedures, anecdotes, and humor, Dr. Debbie Silver reminds participants of
basic sensible procedures for dealing with parents. She offers a twist in perspective in that she
has several very different sons who went through the public school system with varying degrees
of success. Effective management skills are highlighted as well as fundamental techniques
for dealing with exacting personal encounters. The importance of professionalism,
communication, and compassion are emphasized.
Debbie Silver is truly a “teacher’s teacher” and a “parent’s parent.” She is an awardwinning educator with 30 years experience as a classroom teacher, staff development
instructor, and university professor. She is the mother and stepmother of five sons. Her numerous recognitions include being named the 1990 Louisiana State Teacher
of the Year and the 2007 Distinguished Alumnus from the College of Education at
Louisiana Tech University. Along the way she has taught almost every grade level and
most every kind of student.
Dr. Silver has been an invited author for several educational journals and has given keynotes at state, national, and
international seminars in 49 states, throughout Canada, Europe, the Middle East, and Asia. She has been a featured
teacher for the PBS OnLine Teacher Chat and several online teacher courses.
Debbie is the author of the bestselling book, Drumming to the Beat of Different Marchers: Finding the Rhythm for
Differentiated Learning. She is co-author of Because You Teach and Middle School Matters. She is currently coauthoring a book on school/parental involvement based on a presentation she has done across the country with Dr.
Monte Selby. Songs she co-wrote with Monte Selby are featured on his latest CD. She is married to Dr. Lawrence Silver, and together they have five sons.
“Part of being a good citizen of a community is spending
time in that community and aiding other members - lifting
them up just as someone once did for you.”
...Desiree Thomas
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Closing General Session
Friday, March 4, 2011
Mahogony / Sycamore Ballrooms
1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Opening Remarks
Terri Stafford, Seminar Co-Chair
Region 16 Education Service Center
Introduction of Entertainment
Pat Johnston, Committee Member
Lubbock ISD
Entertainment
STOMP
OL Slaton Middle School, Lubbock ISD
Introduction of Seminar
Planning Committee
Introduction of Keynote Speaker
Terri Stafford and Skip Forsyth
Region 16 Education Service Center
Keynote Address
Announcements/Closing Remarks
Drawing for Door Prizes
Fiona May, Committee Member
Community in Schools of the South Plains
Brenda
Bird, Motivational Speaker
Skip Forsyth, Seminar Co-Chair
Region 16 Education Service Center
Seminar
Committee
“A large part of “community service” is giving part of yourself to other
people and putting their larger needs in front of your smaller ones.”
...Luz Silverio
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Closing General Session
March 4, 2011
Mahogany/Sycamore Ballrooms
1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Valuing Parents as Partners in Education
Brenda Bird
Thirty years of research have proven the positive connnection between family engagement
and student success. Developing more effective family-school-community partnerships has
the potential to be far more transformational than many other types of education reform. Strategies to more successfully connect home and school will be provided.
Brenda Bird worked in the field of Parent Education for nine years with the CarrolltonFarmers Branch ISD. She has presented her much requested “Home Improvement”
seminar at the Texas PTA Leadership Conference to ‘standing room only’ crowds. Her
audiences have included prisoners, executives, teachers, counselors, ministers, parents
and children.
Brenda’s seminars are humorous, entertaining and inspirational, but most importantly, the
practical information she shares is making a difference in homes across the nation. Using
her own experiences as the mother of three sons, and based on the wealth of information she
has gained while working with other parents, Brenda is sure to touch hearts with her wit and
wisdom. Brenda’s educational background includes a B.S. in education from Baylor University
with emphasis in Speech Communications and English. She has been trained in Developing
Capable People, Practical Parenting, Positive Discipline, Active Parenting, Parent-to-Parent,
Parents As Teachers, and Parenting with Love & Logic.
If you want children to keep their feet on the ground, put some
responsibility on their shoulders.
...Abigail Van Buren
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Seminar Overview
Thursday
March 3, 2011
Seminar Convenes - Holiday Inn Park Plaza
Seminar Registration
Cyber Café available
7:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m.
10:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon
Featured Seminar Sessions
• Cory Green - ESEA Updates (for Educators)
• Crystal Dockery - Parents: The Key to the
Future of Our Children (for Parents)
12:00 noon - 1:00 p.m.
Lunch in Atrium
1:00 p. .m. - 2:30 p.m.
Opening General Session
Debbie Silver - Mahogany/Sycamore Ballrooms
2:30 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
3:00 p.m. - 4:15 p.m.
Break
First Concurrent Session
Friday
March 4, 2011
7:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
7:30 a.m. - 8:30 a.m.
8:30 a.m. - 9:45 a.m.
Conference Registration; Cyber Café available
Breakfast
Second Concurrent Session
Mid-Morning Break
Third Concurrent Session
9:45 a.m. - 10:15 a.m. 10:15 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
The NCLB Division of TEA will provide Parental Involvement
sessions in the following areas:
•Federal Compliance •Parental Rights & Responsibilities
For more information, visit our
web site at www.esc16.net. (Click
on Parents tab; click on Title I
Statewide Initiative logo.)
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11:30 a.m. - 12:45 p.m.
12:45 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Luncheon in Atrium
Break 1:00 p..m. - 2:30 p.m. Closing General Session
Brenda Bird - Mahogany/Sycamore Ballrooms
2:30 p.m. Seminar Concludes
Panorama general del seminario
Jueves
3 de Marzo, 2011
Se abre el seminario. Holiday Inn Park Plaza
7:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Registro de participantes
Ciber-café
10:00 a.m. -
12:00 noon
Sesiones principales del seminario
• Cory Green - Información actualizada sobre la ley
ESEA (para educadores)
• Crystal Dockery - Padres: la clave del futuro de
nuestros niños (para padres)
12:00 noon - 1:00 p.m.
Se ofrece almuerzo Atrium
1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Sesión general de apertura
Dr. Debbie Silver - Mahogany/Sycamore Ballrooms
2:30
p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Pausa
3:00 p.m. - 4:15 p.m.
Primera sesión simultánea
Viernes
4 de Marzo, 2011
7:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Registro; ciber-café
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7:30 a.m. - 8:30 a.m. Desayuno
5 a.m. -
8:30 a.m. - 9:45 a.m.
Segunda sesión simultánea
Pausa
9:45 a.m. - 10:15 a.m. 10:15 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
sds
11:30 a.m. - 12:45 p.m.
Almuerzo
onferencia ofre
12:45 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Pausa
: Tercera simultánea
1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. Sesión general de clausura
Brenda Bird - Mahogony/Sycamore Ballrooms
2:30 p.m.
Concluye el seminario
La división NCLB de la TEA ofrecerá
sesiones del tema de participación de los
padres en las siguientes áreas:
• Cumplir con las leyes federales
• Derechos y responsabilidades de los
padres
Más información en nuestro sitio www.
esc16.net . (Pulse la pestaña “Parents”;
pulse en el icono “Title I Statewide
Initiative”).
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Seminar At a Glance
FEATURED SESSIONS
Thursday, March 3, 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon
Cory Green, “ESEA Updates and Par Inv Requirements”
Crystal Dockery, “The Key To The Future of Our Children” Mahogony
Featured Sessions
Thursday
100
Years From
Now
… It will not matter what my bank
account was, the type of house I
lived in, or the kind of car I drove,
but the world may be different
because . . . I was important in the
life of a child.
...Unknown Author
10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Sycamore
Aspen
ESEA Updates
and Parental
Involvement
Requirements
The Key To
The Future of
Our Children
C. Green
C. Dockery
Thursday
12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. - Box Lunch in Atrium 1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. - Mahogony / Sycamore
Opening General Session - Debbie Silver
Thursday
3:00 p.m. - 4:15 p.m.
Friday
8:30 a.m. - 9:45 a.m.
Friday
10:15 a.m. - 11:30 a.m
It’s Their
School,
Their Kids,
Their Money
Parenting
Solutions
for 2011
Everyone Is
An Asset
Builder
The Community
School
Movement
G. Sheets
B. Bird
S. Wilson
R. Simic
Working
Together
for Student
Success
Behaviors
of Bullies
and Traits of
Targets
Community
Capital:
A Hidden
Stockpile of
Support for
Your School
E. Thompson
Parent
Involvement:
Success
Strategies
C. Dockery
T. Stafford
M. Baldwin
R. Pruitt
Community
Services and
Resources
Bully
Behaviors on
the Digital
Divide
CSI:CIS
Investigating
How to Bring
Your Community
Onto Your
Campus
True Colors Basic Awareness
R. Pruitt
F. May
D. Lee
L. Broadstreet
A. Cruce
R. Martinez
Friday
11:30 a.m. - 12:45 p.m. - Luncheon in Atrium 1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. - Mahogony / Sycamore
Closing General Session - Brenda Bird
Seminar Concludes 2:30 p.m.
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Redwood
Seminar At a Glance
Cypress
Hickory
Maple
Mesquite
Magnolia
Health
Services
for Special
Populations
Adv. Academics: What’s the
Difference
Between Pre-AP,
AP and Dual
Credit
After High
School
Graduation
What’s Next?
Dia por dia construyendo
una conexion
con su nino/
nina
To Graduation
and Beyond
P. Greenwood
M. Hines
J. De Leon
A. Shelton
Cafe
con
Leche
Day by Day:
Building a
Bond with Your
Child
Effective
Intervention
Strategies for
Children and
Adolescents with
Attention Issues
Obesidad
infantil: a
que lindo bebe
gordito!
Title I Spirit
and Letter of
the Law: Topics
& Forms of
Documentation
L. Soto
J. De Leon
V. Meixner
Andres Pedroza
This Is Not
Your Father’s
School
Developing
a Parental
Involvement
Policy and
School-Parent
Compact
S. Forsyth
The
Characteristics
of Autism
Childhood
Obesity: Awe
What a Cute
Chubby Baby!
El espirito y
la letra de la
ley del Titulo I:
temas y formas
de commicacion
D. Jenkins
Andres Pedroza
A. Montemayer
T. Duncan
P. Humphrey
D. Sarine
A young
successful attorney
said: ‘”The greatest gift I
ever received was a gift I got one
Christmas when my dad gave me a
small box. Inside was a note saying,
‘Son, this year I will give you 365 hours,
an hour every day after dinner.’ My
dad not only kept his promise, but
every year he renewed it and it’s the
greatest gift I ever had. I am
the result of his time.”
...Unknown Author
F. Guzman
A. Montemayer
F. Guzman
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March 3, 2011 • 3:00 p.m. - 4:15 p.m.
Thursday Concurrent Sessions
Parenting Solutions for 2011
It’s Their School, Their Kids, Their Money
Room:
Strand:
Target Audience:
Presenter:
Room:
Sycamore
Strand:
Strand Three:
Enriching Parenting Skills
Target Audience:
Parents, Educators
Presenter:
Brenda Bird
Motivational Speaker
Mahogony
Strand Three:
Enriching Parenting Skills
All Targeted Audience
Dr. Gene Sheets
Superintendent
Muleshoe ISD We face a toxic culture in which even Beaver Cleaver would
be at risk and no family is immune to this environment. Raising
emotionally healthy children, equipped to successfully
confront challenges, is becoming an increasingly difficult
task. With humor and practical application, this workshop
will teach adults to deal with energy draining kids, turn
misbehavior into learning opportunities, set limits and avoid
power struggles in loving ways without using anger threats
or lectures. These empowering tools are effective in all
relationships that truly matter, in the classroom or at home.
This interactive session will address how to involve all the
stakeholders in school improvement. Practical ideas for
dialogue and involvement will be provided.
Everyone Is An Asset Builder
The Community School Movement
Room:
Aspen
Strand:
Strand Two:
Family Friendly Schools and
Communities
Target Audience:
All Targeted Audience
Presenter:
Sara Wilson
Youth Development Coord.
YMCA - Lubbock
Room:
Redwood
Strand:
Strand Two:
Family Friendly Schools and
Communities
Target Audience:
All Targeted Audience
Presenter:
Rachel Simic
Education Specialist
Region 13 School
Improvement Resource Center
Research shows the more assets a child has the less likely
they will be involved in risk-taking behaviors (alcohol and
other drug use or violence) and the more likely they will
exceed in areas such as family, school, relationships, and
leadership. Assets include: love, support, encouragement,
creativity, feeling valued, and having opportunities to serve
others. Learn about the practical things you can do to be an
asset builder in a child’s life!
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Become familiar with the concepts behind the community
school movement and see how it is making a lasting impact on
urban and rural communities. Obtain knowledge, information
and resources on how to take the innovative steps in developing
a community school. Learn how to develop new and creative
partnerships that not only enhance the face of your school, but
that of your community. Generate ideas with your colleagues
around different ways to engage your parents and community
stakeholders in the process of establishing your school as the
hub of the community.
Target Audience
Administrators:
Program Staff:
Educators:
Parents:
Superintendents, Principals
Federal Program Coordinators, Parent
Involvement Liaisons, Counselors,
ESC Personnel
Teachers, Paraprofessionals
Parents, PTA Members, PTO Members
March 3, 2011 • 3:00 p.m. - 4:15 p.m.
Thursday Concurrent Sessions
Health Services for Special Populations
Advanced Academics: What’s The Difference Between
Room:
Cypress
Strand:
Strand Three:
Enriching Parenting Skills
Target Audience:
Parents, Program Staff
Presenter:
Pat Greenwood
Manager of Specialized Health and Social Services
Department of State Health Services
Room:
Hickory
Strand:
Strand Four:
Transitioning From Early
Childhood Through Graduation
Target Audience:
Educators, Parents
Presenter:
Marybeth Hines
Coordinator-Advanced Academics
Lubbock ISD
An overview of the state and federally funded health care
programs that are available to low-income families with
children in Texas. These programs include Children with
Special Healthcare Needs, Personal Care Services, Texas
Medicaid Programs: Texas Health Steps and Children and
Pregnant Women Case Management.
This panel presentation will explain the difference between Pre
Advanced / Advanced Placement courses and dual credit courses. Understanding these differences will enable parents to better
prepare their children for more rigorous coursework, which in turn,
will prepare students for college / career success. The Lubbock
ISD College Readiness Pathway will also be shared.
After High School Graduation What’s Next?
Dia por dia - construyendo una conexion con su nino/nina
Room:
Strand:
Target Audience:
Presenter:
Room:
Strand:
Target Audience:
Presenter:
Maple
Strand Four:
Transitioning From Early
Childhood Through Graduation
All Targeted Audience
Pam Humphrey
Transition Specialist
Region 9 ESC
Dennis Sarine
Education Specialist
Region 16 ESC
Transition planning is required for students receiving special
education services. The goal of transition is to ensure students
are prepared for life after high school. This session will review
planning strategies, how to get students to think beyond today,
college requirements, and the skills employers want students
to have. The strategies are universal and can be utilized with
all high school students.
Pre-AP, AP and Dual Credit?
Mesquite
Strand Three:
Enriching Parenting Skills
Parents
Jennifer De Leon
Education Specialist
Region 17 ESC
El proposito de esta sesion es de autorizar a padres con estrategias a
construir bonos del amor incondicional con sus niños y para mostrarles
que cada nino y cada padre son valiosos. Estas estrategias son
significadas para reforzar un exito social, emocional y academico para
niños. Los padres aprenderan como buscar momentos educables en
la vida y para descubrir maneras para ayudar las familias permanecer
cerca. Esta sesion es diseñada para padres de niños del nacimiento al
grado octavo.
To Graduation and Beyond
Room:
Strand:
Target Audience:
Presenter:
At the end of
Magnolia
the day, the most
Strand Four:
overwhelming key to
Transitioning From Early
a
child’s success is the
Childhood Through Graduation
positive involvement
Program Staff, Parents
of parents.
Amanda Shelton, Amber Dixon, Eric Aubrey, Julie Wood, Dawn Valles
...Jane D. Hull
Counselors / Advisors
South Plains College
Transitioning from high school to college can be difficult for parents and students. This session will focus on helping this
evolution go smoother for all involved. This revealing session will offer attendees a forum to discover the differences
between academic and technical programs, disability services offered at the college level, testing requirements for all
students and parents during this transitional time. You will not regret attending this session! You will walk away with a
wealth of information that will help you and your students feel more in control of this turbulent time.
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March 4, 2011 • 8:30 a.m. - 9:45 4.m.
Friday Concurrent Sessions
Working Together for Student Success
Behaviors of Bullies and Traits of Targets
Room:
Mahogony
Strand:
Strand Two:
Family Friendly Schools and
Communities
Target Audience:
All Targeted Audience
Presenter:
Marion Baldwin
Program Associate
SEDL
Relationship building is the key to successful partnerships. This
session will focus on how schools and districts can benefit from working
with their respective communities to increase student success. Information about successful school-community partnerships and
research-based practices that promote systemic school improvement
will be shared. Tools used to facilitate collaboration among home,
school, and community will also be demonstrated.
Room:
Sycamore
Strand:
Strand Two:
Family Friendly Schools and
Communities
Target Audience:
All Targeted Audience
Presenter:
Rod Pruitt
Bully State Initiative Consultant
Region 14 ESC
Community Capital: A Hidden Stockpile of Support
for Your School
Room:
Aspen
Strand:
Strand Two:
Family Friendly Schools and
Communities
Target Audience:
Administrators, Program Staff
Presenter:
Elizabeth Thompson
State EvenStart and Family
Literacy Coordinator
Harris County Dept. of Ed.
Every school and every organization in your community have
missions to accomplish. The point where the missions of
school and community organizations intersect is the place
where students can benefit the most. This session gives tips
for successful collaboration and provides some real examples
of schools partnering with community organizations for the
purpose of supporting academic achievement. Participants will
walk away with tips for building collaborations and some ideas
for becoming the most desirable collaborator in town.
When is a behavior bullying and when is it poor social skills? When is
acting out poor coping skills and when is intentional targeting? Who
is a bully, who is a target, and who is just having a bad day? In this
workshop we will define clear traits of bullies and how they differ by
age, gender, and method. We will look at two types of targets and
see how one gets help and the other gets in trouble. We will learn
how parents and educators can help both bullies and targets so that
a positive learning environment can be created and sustained.
Parent Involvement: Success Strategies
Room:
Redwood
Strand:
Strand Three:
Enriching Parenting Skills
Target Audience:
All Targeted Audience
Presenter:
Crystal Dockery
Assistant Superintendent
Spearman ISD
Terri Stafford
Coordinator, Title I Statewide Initiative, Region 16 ESC
Children are the future, and parents hold the keys that open
the door to tomorrow. Participants will learn fun, easy-todo, effective parenting activities that will raise the odds for
successfully involving parents. Crystal and Terri will open their
toolbox of wit and wisdom and model how to teach parents in
an entertaining and interactive way.
Cafe con Leche
Room:
Cypress
Strand:
Strand Four:
Transitioning From Early
Childhood Through Graduation
Target Audience:
All Targeted Audience
Presenter:
Leslie Soto
Coordinator of College Access
Lubbock ISD
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Cafe con Leche is a program developed by the Institute for Public School Initiatives (IPSI) which is part of the University of Texas
System. The purpose of this seminar will be to address parents and educators about three areas of concern: college access, the
importance of a college education, and the educational crisis in Texas especially within the Hispanic population. Attendees may expect
to receive valuable resources to attain college access and success along with addressing fears and concerns about post secondary
education.
March 4, 2011 • 8:30 a.m. - 9:45 a.m.
Friday Concurrent Sessions
Day by Day: Building a Bond with Your Child
Room:
Hickory
Strand:
Strand Three:
Enriching Parenting Skills
Target Audience:
Parents
Presenter:
Jennifer De Leon
Education Specialist
Region 17 ESC
The goal of this session is to empower parents with strategies to build
bonds of unconditional love with their children and to show parents
the value of developing these bonds. These strategies are meant to
strengthen a child’s social, emotional and academic success. Parents
will learn how to look for teachable moments in everyday life and
to discover ways to help busy families stay close. This session is
designed for parents of children from birth through the 8th grade.
Obesidad infantil: a que lindo bebe gordito!
Room:
Mesquite
Strand:
Strand Two:
Family Friendly Schools and
Communities
Target Audience:
Parents
Presenter:
Andres Pedroza
Mobile Health Unit Coordinator
Community Hlth Ctr of Lubbock
En la sociedad de ahora, la obesidad infantil es una epidemia
grave que afecta a millones de niños alrededor del mundo. En
una encuesta en 2007-2008 de la National Health and Nutrition
Examination Survey (NHANES), se estima que el 17 por ciento
de los niños y adolescentes entre las edades de 2-19 años
estan sobre peso. Debido a las serias consecuencias que
representa la obesidad infantil, estar gordito no debe ser algo
lindo hoy en dìa. Por favor acompañenos con nosotros para
discutir la informacion mas reciente en cuanto a la epidemia
que esta afectando a nuestros niños y que podemos hacer para
prevenir que nuestros niños caigan victimas de la obesidad
infantil.
Effective Intervention Strategies for Children and
Adolescents with Attention Issues
Room:
Maple
Strand:
Strand Three:
Enriching Parenting Skills
Target Audience:
Parents
Presenter:
Val Meixner
Region 17 ESC
LSSP
This session will emphasize practical intervention strategies to
address common difficulties that many children with attention
issues display at home and school: the ability to plan and
organize, sustain attention, and persist to complete tasks.
Title I Spirit and Letter of the Law:
Topics & Forms of Documentation
Room:
Magnolia
Strand:
Strand One:
ESEA Parental Involvement
Requirements
Target Audience:
Program Staff, Parents
Presenter:
Aurelio Montemayor
Senior Education Associate, IDRA/PIRC
Frances Guzman
Education Associate, IDRA/PIRC
This session will review key parent involvement responsibilities the
school has under Title I, identify the appropriate forms of communication,
and identify effective ways of carrying out consultation with families.
I touch the future. I teach.
...Christa McAuliffe
Target Audience
Administrators:
Program Staff:
Educators:
Parents:
Superintendents, Principals
Federal Program Coordinators, Parent
Involvement Liaisons, Counselors,
ESC Personnel
Teachers, Paraprofessionals
Parents, PTA Members, PTO Members
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March 4, 2011 • 10:15 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Friday Concurrent Sessions
Community Services and Resources
Bully Behaviors on the Digital Divide
Room:
Mahogony
Strand:
Strand Three:
Enriching Parenting Skills
Target Audience:
Parents
Presenter:
Liz Broadstreet
Program Specialist, TX Dept.
of State Health Services
Andrea Cruce
2-1-1 Texas Specialist
Robert Martinez
Communicable Disease
Manager, TX Dept. of State
Health Services
Room:
Sycamore
Strand:
Strand Three:
Enriching Parenting Skills
Target Audience:
All Targeted Audience
Presenter:
Rod Pruitt
Bully State Initiative
Consultant
Region 14 ESC
Today’s youth have more opportunities to communicate than
any other generation. Facebook, cell phones, texting, and
tweeting allow them to get ideas, express thoughts, and hurt
feelings like never before. Come learn how bullying with
technology is one of the primary reasons that bullying has
become more damaging and dangerous in the last decade.
Come learn steps that parents and educators need to take
to help this generation get the best and prevent the worst
that technology can offer.
2-1-1 Texas and Department of State Health Services
will present in a panel discussion format how parents can
access resources and information. 2-1-1 Texas will address
how parents access resources such as Social Security,
Medicaid, etc. DSHS will address how to prevent limit the
transmission of communicable diseases and the importance
of immunizations. Additionally DSHS will provide practical
ideas for disaster preparedness for families. Participants
will receive user-friendly ideas and resources.
CSI : CIS - Investigating How to Bring Your
Community Onto Your Campus
Room:
Aspen
Strand:
Strand Two:
Family Friendly Schools and
Communities
Target Audience:
All Targeted Audience
Presenter:
Fiona May, Brian Garibay,
Greater Lubbock Program
Communities in Schools of
the South Plains
Sabra Fugate
Communities in Schools of
Texas, TEA
Communities in Schools (CIS) is a nonprofit organization that
provides services to help reduce the dropout rate, focusing
on academics, behavior, and attendance. The legislatively
authorized study, Best Practices in Dropout Prevention in
Texas (2008), found CIS to be one of only three best practice
dropout prevention programs in the nation. TEA provides
funding and support for 27 CIS programs across the state
of Texas. This session will outline the history, mission, and
model of CIS while also providing methods you can use on
campus to engage your community.
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True Colors-Basic Awareness Seminar
Room:
Redwood
Strand:
Strand Three:
Enriching Parenting Skills
Target Audience:
Parents
Presenter:
Dietra Lee
Family Services Specialist
Region 16 ESC
Through self assessment, hands-on activities and
‘edutainment’, parents will discover their True Colors to
understanding themselves and others in their lives.
Target Audience
Administrators:
Program Staff:
Educators:
Parents:
Superintendents, Principals
Federal Program Coordinators, Parent
Involvement Liaisons, Counselors,
ESC Personnel
Teachers, Paraprofessionals
Parents, PTA Members, PTO Members
March 4, 2011 • 10:15 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Friday Concurrent Sessions
Developing a Parental Involvement Policy and
School-Parent Compact
This Is Not Your Father’s School
Room:
Strand:
Target Audience:
Presenter:
Cypress
Strand Four:
Transitioning From Early
Childhood Through Graduation
All Targeted Audience
Ty Duncan
Senior Specialist
Region 17 ESC
Dr. Kenny Border
Secondary Schools Coordinator
Shallowater ISD
Schools of the 21st Century should look different than schools
from the previous. It is our intent to show parents that they must
demand a school that looks different and is built on 21st Century
outcomes. College readiness is the key to victory.
Room:
Hickory
Strand:
Strand One:
ESEA Parental Involvement
Requirements
Target Audience:
All Targeted Audience
Presenter:
Skip Forsyth
Education Specialist
Region 16 ESC
Students benefit when school, home, and community work
together. Two tools that provide focus for effective family
and community engagement are the Parental Involvement
Policy and School-Parent Compact. This session will provide
resources and ideas to implement these required “tools.”
The Characteristics of Autism
Childhood Obesity: Awe What a Cute Chubby Baby!
Room:
Strand:
Target Audience:
Presenter:
Room:
Mesquite
Strand:
Strand Three:
Enriching Parenting Skills
Target Audience:
Parents
Presenter:
Andres Pedroza
Mobile Health Unit Coordinator
Community Hlth Ctr of Lubbock
Maple
Strand Three:
Enriching Parenting Skills
Parents
Dr. David Jenkins
Licensed Specialist
in School Psychology
Lubbock ISD
This session will provide a brief overview of the characteristics
of autism as it relates to language/communication, social/
play behavior, and sensory/motor issues. This session will
focus on strategies and techniques parents can take back and
implement in the home.
In today’s society, childhood obesity is a grave epidemic
affecting millions of children around the world. In a 2007-2008
National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES),
an estimated 17 percent of children and adolescents ages
2-19 years are obese. Because of the serious implications of
childhood obesity, being plump and chubby should no longer
be cute. Please join us as we take a closer look at the latest
information regarding this epidemic affecting our children and
what we can do to prevent our children from falling victims to
obesity.
El espirito y la letra de la ley del Titulo I:
temas y formas d comunicacion
I am of the
opinion that my life
belongs to the whole
community and as long as I
live, it is my privilege to do for
it whatever I can. I want to be
thoroughly used up when I die,
for the harder I work the
more I live.
...George Bernard Shaw
Room:
Magnolia
Strand:
Strand One:
ESEA Parental Involvement
Requirements
Target Audience:
Program Staff, Parents
Presenter:
Aurelio Montemayor
Senior Education Associate, IDRA/PIRC
Frances Guzman
Education Associate, IDRA/PIRC
Objetivos:
•
•
•
Repasar las responsabilidades claves que tiene la escuela para la
participacion de padres bajo la ley de Titulo I.
Identificar las formas apropiadas para la comunicacion.
Identificar maneras efectivas de llevar acabo la consultacion con las familias.
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Espanol Sesiones
Jueves, 3 de Marzo 3:00 p.m. - 4:15 p.m.
Room
Mesquite
Dia por dia - construyendo una conexion con su nino/nina
Viernes, 3 de Marzo 10:30 a.m. - 11:45 a.m.
Viernes, 4 de Marzo 8:30 a.m. - 9:45 a.m.
Room
Mesquite
Obesidad infantil: a que lindo bebe gordito!
Viernes, 4 de Marzo 10:15 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Room
Magnolia
El espirito y la letra de la ley del Titulo I: temas y formas de commicacion
Title I Statewide School Support/Parental Involvement Initiative
“Supporting Schools and Families”
Region 16 Education Service Center
5800 Bell Street • Amarillo, Texas 79109
(806) 677-5186 • [email protected]
www.esc16.net
(Click on Parents tab; click on Title I Statewide Initiative logo/icon.)
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Presenter Directory
Eric Aubrey
South Plains College
Cory Green
TEA
Dennis Sarine
Region 16 ESC
Marion Baldwin
SEDL
Pat Greenwood
TX Dept. of State Health
Services
Dr. Gene Sheets
Muleshoe ISD
Brenda Bird
Consultant
Dr. Kenny Border
Shallowater ISD
Liz Broadstreet
TX Dept. of State
Health Services
Frances Guzman
IDRA PIRC
Marybeth Hines
Lubbock ISD
Pam Humphrey
Region 9 ESC
Andrea Cruce
2-1-1 Texas
Dr. David Jenkins
Lubbock ISD
Jennifer De Leon
Region 17 ESC
Dietra Lee
Region 16 ESC
Amber Dixon
South Plains College
Robert Martinez
TX Dept. of State
Health Services
Dr. Crystal Dockery
Spearman ISD
Ty Duncan
Region 17 ESC
Skip Forsyth
Region 16 ESC
Sabra Fugate
Communities in Schools
of Texas, TEA
Brian Garibay
Commities in Schools
of the South Plains
Fiona May
Communities in Schools
of the South Plains
Val Meixner
Region 17 ESC
Aurelio Montemayor
IDRA PIRC
Andres Pedroza
Community Health Center
of Lubbock
Rod Pruitt
Region 14 ESC
Amanda Shelton
South Plains College
Debbie Silver
Consultant
Rachel Simic
Region 13 ESC
Leslie Soto
Lubbock ISD
Terri Stafford
Region 16 ESC
Elizabeth Thompson
Harris County Department of
Education
Dawn Valles
South Plains College
Anita Villarreal
TEA
Sara Wilson
YMCA
Julie Wood
South Plains College
At
the end of
the day, the most
overwhelming key to
a child’s success is the
positive involvement
of parents.
...Jane D. Hull
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Session Attendance
Online Evaluation
Certificate
Concurrent Session Attendance:
Please arrive early to attend the session of your choice.
All sessions are on a first-come, first-served basis. When
a session is full, a sign will be posted and the doors will be
closed. Participants will then need to make another session
selection.
At registration you will receive a sheet of labels with your
name printed on them.
To receive credit you must sign in at each session you
attend. You sign in by placing an attendance label
with your name on the sign-in sheet at the session you
attend. Attendance is tracked by these sign-in sheets and your certificate of
attendance will be generated accordingly. If you fail to sign in, you will not receive credit for
that particular session.
Online Evaluation and Certificate:
At this year’s Seminar, you can go online to complete your Seminar evaluation. You can stop
by our Cyber Café to complete your evaluation, or you can complete the evaluation
from your home or work computer.
To access the 2011 FACES Seminar Evaluation,
go to www.esc16.net,
• click on the tab “Parents”
•click on the “Title I Statewide Initiative” logo/icon
•click on “2011 FACES, Family and Community Engagement Seminar”
• click on the “Seminar Evaluation” button
After completing the evaluation, your certificate of attendance
will appear on the screen. Please print the certificate for your
records. If you have any questions, please call Skip Forsyth,Title I Statewide
School Support/Parental Involvement Initiative, (806) 677-5186, or
[email protected]
Session Log is available on page 41.
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Professional Development Credits
Sign-In at All Sessions
Sign-in sheets will be available at all sessions. Please use the sign-in labels provided at registration,
and sign in for each session attended. Verification of attendance will not be possible at any other
time.
State Board for Education Certification (SBEC)
Continuing Professional Education (CPE)
Region 16 Education Service Center offers Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credit under
provider #188950. Participants must secure an “Attendance Verification Form” from the Title
I Statewide School Support/Parental Invovement Initiative. Either request the “Attendance
Verification Form” at the Facilitator Booth in the registration area, or by contacting the Title I
Statewide Initiative. The Attendance Form will be sent to you electronically. For information
concerning credit requirements, contact the State Board for Education Certification in Austin at
(888) 863-5880.
Licensed Professional Counselors (LPC)
Certified Social Workers (CSW)
SW and LPC credit will be available for selected sessions. A person who desires SW or LPC credit
must:
• Sign in on the SW/LPC sign-in sheet at the session attended
• Complete the SW/LPC evaluation sheet at the session attended, with your signature on the
evaluation, and give the evaluation sheet to the session facilitator
• Your attendance at the session will be verified
• A SW/LPC cerificate will be forwarded to you electronically
School Board Member Credit
Region 16 Education Service Center offers school board members Tier III credit with approval of
Texas Education Agency.
For more information please contact Skip Forsyth,Title I Statewide School Support/Parental Involvement
Initiative, Region 16 Education Service Center, at (806) 677-5186 or [email protected]
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Online Handouts
Seminar Handouts
for Concurrent Sessions Online
You now have the opportunity to obtain the handouts from the concurrent sessions at this year’s
2011 FACES Seminar.
Please see the directions for printing below:
• Enter the website www.esc16.net into your address bar.
•
•
•
•
click on the tab “Parents”
click on the “Title I Statewide Initiative” logo/icon
click on “2011 FACES, Family and Community Engagement Seminar”
click on the “FACES Seminar Handouts”
*You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader in order to open these files.
If you have any difficulties retrieving
handouts, please contact Skip Forsyth,
Title I Statewide School Support/
Parental Involvement Initiative at
(806) 677-5186
or
[email protected]
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Cyber Cafe
Need to quickly check your e-mail?
Don’t have a computer at home to complete your online evaluations?
Stop by the Cyber Cafe
located in the Atrium
FIRST FLOOR
CYBER CAFE
SECOND FLOOR
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Holiday Inn Park Plaza
3201 South Loop 289
Lubbock, Texas 79423
(806) 797-3241 (888) 465-4329
www.holidayinn.com
The hotel is entirely smoke-free.
Parking: Complimentary self-parking is provided at Holiday Inn.
The Holiday Inn has an indoor pool, and on-site fitness center with
cardio equipment.
The Fitness Center Times: 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Park Plaza Cafe: off of front lobby
Breakfast served 5:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
Fountain Court Lounge: Located in the Hotel’s Grand Atrium
Nestled in the atmosphere of the hotel’s Grand Atrium, you’ll relax with your favorite beverage
to the sounds of the Grand Atrium Fountain in the background. What a perfect way to start off
the night...or end it in style.
Dinner served Sun-Thur 5:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.; Fri-Sat 5:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Some
people, no matter how
old they get, never lose
their beauty - they merely
move it from their faces
into their hearts.
~Martin Buxbaum
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Holiday Inn Park Plaza - Lubbock
The life I touch for good will touch another life, and that in
turn another, until who knows where the trembling stops or
in what far place my touch will be felt.
...Frederick Buechner
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“Coming together is a beginning; keeping together
is progress; working together is success.”
...Henry Ford
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Community
Good friends and people to talk,
A safe place for kids to play and walk,
That’s a good community and place put
together,
Where all can face life’s stormy weather,
A community comes together to help each other fly,
A community is not a gang, there’s no “ride
or die,”
A community is a group of people who are
tough,
And hold each other up when the going gets
rough,
A community is a group of people who care,
And in spite of the costs, are willing to share,
A community is a place of peace and tranquility,
But it takes ALL the FACES, to make a good community.
We can never get a re-creation of community and heal our society without giving our citizens a sense of belonging.
... Patch Adams
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Title I Statewide School Support/Parental Involvement Initiative
Publications
Title I Statewide School Support/Parental Involvement Initiative
Publications
School Support
Texas Statewide System of School Support
Ten Components of a Title I, Part A Schoolwide Program
Ten Components of a Title I, Part A
Schoolwide Program walks you through the
process of including the ten schoolwide
components in your campus plan as required in
Public Law 107-110, Section 1114b. This
document includes an interactive CD with
additional information, templates, and links related
to each of the ten components. The CD also
includes multiple campus/district planning and
assessment resources, as well as forms to keep
you in compliance at required Title I meetings.
Price: $7.00
Texas Statewide System of School Support
describes the purpose of school support and the
key agencies involved in school support in
Texas. The School Support document includes
an interactive CD with numerous power points,
helpful resources, and relevant links. The CD
also includes principal planning guides from
SIRC and extensive information regarding each
stage of School Improvement. Price: $9.00
Parental Involvement
Developing a Written Parental Involvement Policy
NE W
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Parent Involvement in Every School (P.I.E.S.) Manual
Developing a Written Parental Involvement
Policy describes the requirements and contents
for a parental involvement policy. The document
provides district and campus checklists, and
additional online resources, including sample
policies, sample templates, parental involvement
policy FAQs, policy guidance, and PowerPoints.
The online resources are available at
www. esc 16.net. (Under Programs and Services,
click on Title I Statewide Initiative, then click on
Requested Materials.) Price $5.00
An Administrator’s Abbreviated Checklist to NCLB—Parental Involvement
er
Und on
si
i
v
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r
The P.I.E.S. Manual is a training tool for parental
involvement: 1) Each section includes a proposed
agenda, trainer notes, resource information, and
handouts; 2) Training sections address how
students benefit from parental involvement,
understanding your school, and how Texas
parents become involved; 3) Training material
includes relevant information from TEA and NCLB
legislation. Price $8.00
An Administrator’s Guide and Checklist to NCLB—Parental Involvement
An Administrator’s Abbreviated Checklist
provides parental involvement requirements and
pertinent information without detailed
explanation, referencing: 1) The Statute, 2) Title
programs, 3) Who must comply, 4) When the
requirement should be completed, 5) Allowable
form of documentation, and 6) Date of
completion. Price: $5.00
An Administrator’s Guide provides expanded
information about each NCLB Federal program as
it relates to Parental Involvement addressing:
1) Intent and purpose, and 2) Allowable uses of
funds. The Checklist features the same columns
as the Abbreviated Checklist, but includes a
expanded explanation of parental involvement
requirements as mandated by NCLB. Price $6.00
Developing a School-Parent Compact
Developing a School-Parent Compact
describes the requirements and contents for a
school-parent compact. A five-step process for
writing and reviewing a school-parent compact is
presented. Also, a CD with additional schoolparent compact resources is provided.
Price: $8.00
CALL: (806) 677-5166 • FAX: (806) 677-5167 • EMAIL: [email protected] • WEB: www.esc16.net
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2011 F.A.C.E.S. Family and Community Engagement Seminar
March 3-4, 2011 • Lubbock, Texas
Friday, March 4
3:00 pm
9:45 am - 2nd Concurrent Session ____________________________________
Thursday, March 3
SESSION LOG
8:30 am
11:30 am - 3rd Concurrent Session ____________________________________
1:00 pm
Opening General Session - Debbie Silver
Closing General Session - Brenda Bird
I certify and attest that I attended the aforementioned sessions.
4:15 pm - 1st Concurrent Session ____________________________________ 2:30 pm 12:00 noon - Featured Session _______________________________________
10:15 am
2:30 pm 10:00 am
1:00 pm
Date
_____________________________________________________ _________________________________________
Signature Successfully completed 9.0 credit hours through attendance and participation at 2011 F.A.C.E.S.
Complete and remove this form and attach to your certificate (available online starting March 4, 2011).
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“…Teachers are the reason why airplanes fly, computers program, ballets are danced,
novels are written, cancers are researched, lawsuits are won, skyscrapers are built, and ‘art’
decorates refrigerator doors. Life’s biggest accomplishments occur because somewhere,
sometime, someone touched our lives – and it all began with a teacher!…”
…Unknown
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Notes
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We Look Forward
To Seeing You!
March 1-2, 2012
at the Holiday Inn Park Plaza
Lubb ck, Texas
F • A • C • E • S II
Family And Community
Engagement Seminar
Information for 2012 F.A.C.E.S will be
available online at www.esc16.net
by July 1, 2011
Hosted by the Title I Statewide
School Support/Parental Involvement Initiative
at Region 16 Education Service Center

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