Parents, Staff and Community members attended F.A.C.E.Camp to celebrate the year and learn together. Participants discussed topics; 186 Bash, ESSA, Girl Scouts, and topics important to their schools.
District 186 F.A.C.E. is hosting a F.A.C.E.Camp*
DATE: Tuesday, May 2, 2017
Time: 6:00 to 7:30PM
Place: Lanphier High School, 1300 N. 11th - Commons Area
Background and detail: The goal of F.A.C.E.Camp is that participants will learn something new, maybe make a new friend, and receive information that you can immediately apply in your home, classroom and professional life! F.A.C.E.Camp experience, by design, is a modified “un-conference” opportunity for school staff, family members and community leaders to come together to learn. This type of experience levels the playing field, putting all stakeholders in a circle for actual, face-to-face discussion about topics that touch education/students. The sessions are:
more of a discussion than presentation
there are “discussion leaders” in each session
sessions are only 20 to 30 minutes
open for to allow you to go in & out of sessions that meet your learning needs.
At F.A.C.E.Camp the expertise and perspective of everyone in the entire room is valued and needed. *F.A.C.E.Camp is based on the 'EdCamp & ParentCamp model'. To learn more go to Dr. Joe Mazza's work.
Topics of Interest
Please let us know what 20 minute discussion sessions you/your team are interested in:
Review of F.A.C.E.Camp - May-2017