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3-22-19 Field Memo

Commissioner’s Weekly Field Memo
Friday, March 22, 2019



Full memo

Notes from Commissioner Wagner


  1. Don’t miss out! Register now for Monday’s State of Education 2019 event
  2. It’s the final countdown!
  3. New options for building administrators using RI Model Evaluation & Support System

From the R.I. Department of Education (RIDE)


Educator Voice
  1. “Engineering at Its Best!”
Honors Colloquium
  1. Agenda update for Honors Colloquium District Network Meeting on March 27
Assessment
  1. PSAT10 and SAT School Day scheduled for Spring 2020
PrepareRI
  1. PrepareRI Youth Apprenticeship informational sessions on April 4 and April 10
Federal Funding
  1. RIDE to host clinics providing an overview of the 2019-20 Title I CRP application
Educator Evaluation
  1. RIDE to hold a spring training workshop for new evaluators using the Rhode Island Model
Educator Recognition
  1. RIDE seeking nominations for 2019-20 District Teacher of the Year
RIDE Employment
  1. Positions posted through March 28
  2. Positions posted through April 4

From other state and federal agencies


  1. April 1 deadline approaching for RISCA’s Project Grants in Education

From other organizations


  1. Educators invited to join “Teaching Struggling Readers Around the World Massive Online Open Course (MOOC)"
  2. Educators invited to RIMTA Spring Meeting “Something for Everyone” on March 28
  3. Free virtual professional learning series from PBS Education: Cultivating Good Neighbor Skills in the Classroom
  4. Outdoor exploration and conversation opportunity
  5. Ballet and music show for educators and students on April 6 & 7
  6. RWU and RIASPA to co-sponsor 10th annual Public Service and Leadership Conference
  7. “Free Speech, Free Press, Free Society” essay contest for high school students
  8. Youth Restoration Project 4th Annual Symposium on May 31
  9. Student scholarships available through National Federation for the Blind