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District Parent Advisory Team. June 9, 2011. Agenda. 8:45Registration opens 9:00Welcome District updates 9:10Advisory task: Anti-bullying policy review 9:40DPAT Planning 10:00Break 10:10Partnership posters 11:00Close. District updates. Superintendent Debbie LeBeau.

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District parent advisory team

District Parent Advisory Team

June 9, 2011


Agenda

Agenda

8:45Registration opens

9:00Welcome

District updates

9:10Advisory task: Anti-bullying policy review

9:40DPAT Planning

10:00Break

10:10Partnership posters

11:00Close


District updates

District updates

Superintendent Debbie LeBeau


Advisory task policy review

Advisory task: Policy review

Anti-bullying and harassment policy,

Deputy Superintendent Keith Rittel


Advisory task dpat planning

Advisory task: DPAT planning

2010 – 2011 DPAT meetings

  • September: Learning at home

  • December: Decision making

  • March: Supporting math achievement


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Advisory task: DPAT planning

Results of DPAT input

  • Concrete strategies for supporting different types of involvement;

  • Increased access to interpretation and translation services; and

  • Development of districtwide events and support for partnership efforts.


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Advisory task: DPAT planning

Where do we go from here? Consider:

  • What would be helpful for families, teachers, principals, and staff to know?

    • Partnerships, resources, policies, etc.

  • How can the DPAT support your efforts to strengthen student achievement?


Break

Break

10 minutes


Closing

Closing

Next steps

  • Next meeting TBD: please watch your e-mail for dates and location!

  • Contact Sarah Fairweather for partnership support efforts this summer and throughout school year.

  • Please visit our poster session!


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