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Connect, learn, and innovate with other educators during the Johnston County Public School’s optional 2-day symposium! You may attend the 2-day session at either Cleveland High School on August 14 & 15 or at Corinth Holders High School on August 16 & 17.

This symposium will be organized into four quests that allow participants to learn around a specific theme. These themed structures provide participants with a focus to guide their learning over the two days so that each person walks away with a plan for implementation in the 2018-19 school year.

These two days are only the beginning of your journey! You can work at your school with your TLC or another coach to implement the new ideas you take away.

Your implementation plan and artifacts will allow you to earn 1.5 CEUs in Digital Learning Competencies. (There is a new state requirement beginning in 2019 that each renewal cycle include 2 units of Digital Learning Competencies credit).

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K-8 Mathematics

The registration for the K-8 Mathematics SCOS Implementation Summer Meetings is now open to all North Carolina K-8 math teachers and instructional support personnel!

(The limitation of 5 participants from each LEA has been removed.)

K-8 Mathematics SCOS Implementation Summer Meetings

Hosted by: NC DPI Math Section and Tools for Teachers MSP

Two days of professional development designed for teacher leaders and math coaches centered around the implementation of the 2017 K-8 Mathematics Standard Course of Study for the 2018-19 school year.

Meals will be on your own.There will be no reimbursement for travel expenses.Click on the registration link for more information and to check for availability at each location.

Registration Links
June 18-19 at Lake Norman High School (Capacity: 120 participants, currently 18 slots open)
June 21-22 at Appalachian State University (Capacity 120 participants, currently 38 slots open)
July 9-10 at Tarboro High School (Capacity 120 participants, 0 slots open)

Interested in pursuing National Board Certification?

Know of a colleague who should explore becoming a National Board Certified Teacher?  We are gearing up for next year's support sessions!  If you are interested or know of someone who should consider becoming an NBCT, please send us names! We would like to encourage that teacher to start the journey:
National Board for Professional Teaching Standards Interest Session June 12 - 1:30 pm AG Glenn 3rd Floor Conference Room * register in My Learning Plan
Please email or with questions.