Pre-conference Workshop: Public Charter Schools Grant Program Workshop PCSGP
Monday, March 14 9:30 am–5:00 pm
Hyatt Regency - Regency Ballroom B
*Sessions should only receive one evaluation per attendee. If you provided your evaluation of this session via the survey on the Mobile App, there is no need to provide here as well.
All-day training for the Public Charter School Grant Program in fiscal management, effective governance, and teacher assessments. This is designed to meet Work Plan training requirements for the PCSGP.
The California Charter Schools Association is proud to announce the return of a one-day pre-conference Public Charter Schools Grant Program workshop, full of training and resources, to help your new school access funds through the PCSGP.
Add this workshop to your existing registration. Re-access your registration using your last name and the registration confirmation number you received on your confirmation email.
Note: Registration in a pre-conference workshop or school tour does not include participation in the rest of the conference, taking place March 14-17, 2016. To attend the entire conference, purchase of a full conference registration is required.
|Strand:||School Development, Replication and Growth|
|Topic:||Starting a New School|
|Primary Audience:||Veteran Charter School Leaders, Charter School Developers, Authorizers|
|Additional Audience(s):||Teachers/Administrators, Veteran Charter School Leaders, Business Managers, Charter School Developers|
|Grade Level:||Elementary, Middle School, High School, Multiple Grade Levels|
Alice Miller, California Charter Schools Association
Alice is a founder of California's first charter school and has been providing technical information and assistance to charter school leaders since 2004. As CCSA's Managing Director of Knowledge Management she provides trainings and facilitates workshops on all charter school issues, including finance, board governance, legal compliance, curriculum and facilities.
Carlyn Obringer, California Charter Schools Association
Carlyn provides technical assistance by responding to inquiries and by creating web-based resources for schools, the general public and Association members. She also provides personalized board and governance trainings for CCSA member schools.