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Tribal Community and School Liaison Training

  • Best Western Tomah Hotel 1017 East McCoy Boulevard Tomah, WI, 54660 United States (map)

About the Training

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This training will provide opportunities for facilitators, presenters, and participants to share information, resources, best practices, and model programs. 

The discussions will allow everyone to share their insights and discuss how their respective programs can provide assistance to Home School/Title VI/Johnson O'Malley Coordinators and Program Staff in the state of Wisconsin. Future planning and information needs will also be discussed.

Learning Objectives

By attending this training workshop, participants will:

  • Be provided with current information on data that affects Native American students in Wisconsin.
  • Given an opportunity to hear culturally responsive practices for working with Native American students and families.
  • Gain insights and hear suggestions on the current state of education for Native American students.

Target Audience

  • Home School Coordinators
  • Title VI Indian Education Coordinators and Program Staff Members
  • Johnson O'Malley Coordinators and Program Staff Members
  • Tribal Education Directors and Program Staff Members

Location

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Best Western Tomah Hotel
1017 E McCoy Boulevard
Tomah, WI  54660
Phone: (608) 372-3211

Facilitators

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Paula Fernandez
Project Coordinator, 
Network for Native American Student Achievement
Disproportionality Technical Assistance Network

David O'Connor
American Indian Studies Consultant, 
Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction;
Program Lead - Network for Native American Student Achievement
and Culturally Responsive Early Childhood Project, 
Disproportionality Technical Assistance Network

Registration and Fees

Registration is based on priority enrollment (see below). 
Pre-registration is required.

The following fee schedule has been established for this training:

  1. Local Educational Agencies (LEAs) identified by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction in April/May 2018 as disproportionate in their special education programming (NO FEE)
  2. The following "invited" groups and LEAs (NO FEE):

    • LEAs receiving Title VI Indian Education and/or Johnson O'Malley (JOM) funding or individuals representing one of the eleven federally-recognized Tribal Nations in Wisconsin
    • Cooperative Educational Service Agency (CESA) Staff
    • Wisconsin RtI Center Staff and Wisconsin PBIS Network Staff
    • Disproportionality Technical Assistance Network (DTAN)/The Network) Staff
    • Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) Staff
  3. All Other Wisconsin School Districts and LEAs ($25)

  4. Wisconsin Non-Profit Agencies or Organizations ($100)

  5. Wisconsin Private Agencies or Organizations ($150)

  6. All Out-of-State Entities ($200)

Schedule Overview

  • 8:30 am - 9:00 am  |  Registration and Breakfast (Provided)
  • 9:00 am - 12:00 pm | Morning Training Workshop
  • 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm | Lunch (Provided)
  • 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm  |  Afternoon Training Workshop

Questions

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Judy Ross - Program Assistant, 
Network for Native American Student Achievement
Disproportionality Technical Assistance Network
Phone: (715) 682-2363, ext. 118 or jross@TheNetworkWI.com