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June 14, 2022

Southern Oregon EDTech Summit 2022

Southern Oregon is bringing back our premier “Teacher to Teacher” instructional technology integration training event: the annual Southern Oregon EDTech Summit, now in its 10th year, on August 11th 2022. This…
NewsAutismSchool Improvement ServicesCurriculum and AssessmentSchool-Wide ImprovementHomepage-NoticesDistance Learning for All
June 14, 2022

Southern Oregon Equity Summit 2022

The Southern Oregon Equity Summit 2022 includes high-profile speakers and breakout sessions that provide strategies for understanding equity through a trauma-informed practices approach. We are pleased to bring a slate…
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June 13, 2022

Autism Summer Resource Packet

Keep It Up Ashland Community Play Guide Central Point Recreation Guide City of Medford Parks Rec Program Services Guide Summer Making Schedules for Autistic Kids Summer Ideas Summer Structure What…
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June 6, 2022

Rural STEM Leadership Network Sessions

Join a session in your region and learn in person facilitation skills to increase your confidence and ability to present and lead professional development for other adults.
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May 17, 2022

May is Mental Health Awareness Month

“Mental Health is Health.” This year’s theme is Connection as people of all ages continue to seek out ways to cope with loneliness stemming from the pandemic and ways to…
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May 9, 2022

CTE Students Featured in News 10 Story

Daniel Langston and his students from CTE qualified to travel to the National SkillsUSA competition this June. Channel 10 covered the story.

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