Nearly 150 Kansas educators will be in Dodge City on Nov. 18-19 to attend the Kansas LEADs (Linking Educators Across Districts) Conference.
Attendees will tour Boot Hill Museum on Friday, Nov. 18, enjoy dinner and the Boot Hill Variety Show while having an opportunity to network with other educators from across Kansas.
On Saturday, Nov. 19, attendees will hear from Justin Coffey, the 2016 Kansas Teacher of the Year and current principal at Ulysses High School, Ulysses USD 214. There also will be opportunities to attend breakout sessions.
The conference is designed and led by Kansas educators to bring educators from across the state face-to-face to collaborate and energize the profession.
The Kansas LEADS Conference was created with $300,000 from the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) III fund, which will fund two conferences per year in 2022, 2023 and 2024.
The conference is free to attend. However, registration is required. While the November conference is full, there are other upcoming conferences. Visit kansasleads.mystrikingly.com for more information.
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