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Collaboration: Working Together for All Students in the 21 st Century. Eastern Upper Peninsula Intermediate School District. Demographics and Background. 19 small , rural districts 4,000 square miles 7,400 students 50% free and reduced lunch 35% Native American.

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Collaboration working together for all students in the 21 st century

Collaboration: Working Together for All Students in the 21st Century

Eastern Upper Peninsula Intermediate School District


Demographics and background

Demographics and Background

  • 19 small, rural districts

  • 4,000 square miles

  • 7,400 students

  • 50% free and reduced lunch

  • 35% Native American


What were the mechanics of change collaboration and how is it ongoing

What were the mechanics of change/collaboration and how is it ongoing?

  • Strong leadership team at EUPISD and at locals

  • Willingness to work together

  • Lack of “territorialism”

  • History of regional initiatives


What was the change in systemic thinking

What was the change in systemic thinking?

  • Thinking regionally

  • Confidence that our own solutions were moving us in the right direction

  • Funding limitations

  • Need for efficiency


What change has occurred in your professional practice

What change has occurred in your professional practice?

  • How can we get the work done most efficiently and with the least impact on quality of service to students?

  • How can we use data and technology to support our needs and decision making?

  • How can I help my neighbors and how can they help me?


What are the benefits of your collaborations

What are the benefits of your collaborations?

  • Regional curriculum, common assessments, and PD

  • Technology consortium

  • Business services consortium

  • Collaborative special education programming

  • Ongoing work groups (superintendents, principals, counselors, CRTs, SCHOOL BOARDS)

  • Streamlining work for all so focus can remain on teaching and learning


What challenges did you overcome in the collaboration process

What challenges did you overcome in the collaboration process?

  • Trust

  • Territorialism

  • Finances


What were the resources for the successful collaboration

What were the resources for the successful collaboration?

  • Humans

  • Investment in leadership

  • Willingness to work together


Contact information

Contact Information

  • www.eupschools.org

  • Dr. Dan Reattoir ([email protected])

  • Michelle Ribant ([email protected])

  • Jason Kronemeyer ([email protected])


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