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Family and Community Engagement (F.A.C.E.)

Terrance Jordan, Coordinator
1900 W. Monroe
Springfield, Illinois 62704

F.A.C.E.Camp May 2, 2017

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:

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Review of F.A.C.E.Camp - May-2017