Bee Schadeck is the keynote speaker for the school boards gathering for spring meeting.
Three hundred and sixty trustees and senior school board staff from Alberta’s francophone, public and separate school boards will meet June 6 to 7 at the Capri Conference Centre in Red Deer. The theme of the Alberta School Boards Association’s Spring Meeting is Walk a mile in my shoes: Seek first to understand and features speakers from the Hutterite, Aboriginal and high risk youth communities.
Highlights Monday June 6
8:30 a.m. ASBA President Jacquie Hansen speaks about the state of education in Alberta.
9:00 a.m. Education minister Dave Hancock speaks.
9:30 a.m. Keynote speaker Mary-Ann Kirkby, author of I am Hutterite.
7:30 p.m. Keynote speaker Bee Calliou Schadeck Aboriginal awareness.
Highlights Tuesday June 7
Workshops and information sessions are the order of the day on Tuesday including:
Update Department of education: Deputy minister Keray Henke
Uncensored: High Risk Youth Speak
Breaking down barriers: Education and Aboriginal communities
Governance as leadership: Focused on student success
Media kits will be available onsite.
Media are welcome to attend.
For more information:
Suzanne Lundrigan, ASBA Communications at 1.780.819.1361 or 1.780.451.7122.