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2021 Missouri Charter School's NEW Leadership Conference
October 6 & 7, 2021
Stoney Creek Hotel & Conference Center
Columbia, MO
 

MCPSA introduces the first Annual Missouri Charter Schools Leadership Conference. Register today to join fellow Charter School Leaders, Board Members and Sponsors for a conference experience created just for you. Even more exciting is the opportunity to participate in two amazing charter school leader experiences in one location. MCPSA and MO DESE have agreed to hold the Charter School Administrator Summit and MCPSA Leadership Conference back to back providing a day and a half of targeted content.

 

Let MCPSA Register You & Your Group.
Call Bailey at (314) 776-3551 to receive a complimentary concierge registration process.

 

Conference Attendee Fee

Member Cost: $275

Non-Member Cost: $325

Group Rate: 5 guests for $1,200

 

Timeline:

Wednesday, October 6

1:30 – 5:00 pm – DESE’s Charter School Administrator Summit, Register Here.

6:00 pm – MCPSA Leadership Conference Happy Hour

 

Thursday, October 7

8:00 am – 5:00 pm – MCPSA’s Leadership Conference includes breakfast, lunch, two general sessions, great networking opportunities and numerous impactful breakout sessions.

Session Topics

Conference content is curated for those in leadership. Sessions will provide a deep dive into topics including:

  • Trauma and Teacher Wellness
  • School Reputation Management
  • Identifying Indicators of Distress in Charter Schools
  • Fundamentals in High Performing Charter School Boards
  • Coaching Through Conflict
  • Addressing Unfinished Learning

Because COVID-19 continues to be a concern, we will be requiring all attendees regardless of their vaccine-status to be masked during the conference except when eating and drinking. Every day school leaders are taking steps to ensure a bright and better future for their students. Masking is just one more step in this process to protect in-person learning at our charter schools across the state. Please note that conference organizers are monitoring current guidance from the CDC as well as local health officials in order to keep all of our guests and the students they serve safe and healthy. In addition, we will provide social distancing in meeting rooms as much as possible.

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