Events

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Safety Care Recertification Training (Juniata Valley SD only)

July 18, 2024
Juniata Valley Elementary School
Special Education
Act 48 Activity Hours

Safety-Care is a training program for staff working with children, adolescents, or adults who may exhibit challenging or dangerous behavior.  Participants in the course learn a wide variety of prevention skills so that they can each contribute to a physical and social environment that encourages behavior patterns that are positive and safe.  Please note that this is a re-certification training.   There will be a $7.00 charge for materials and processing. 1/2 hour lunch on your own. We need a minimum of 6 people in order to run the training. 

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Thursday, July 18
8am - 3:30pm
Session

Spring Math training for Administrators and Coaches

July 18, 2024
Huntingdon County Career and Technology Center Annex
Curriculum Special Education
Notices
Act 48 Activity Hours

Spring Math training for Administrators and Coaches

Building math confidence for teachers and students.  Unlike screen-based math intervention programs, SpringMath uniquely equips teachers to lead highly efficient, classwide math interventions. It also uses paired learning to lift all students and build enduring mastery and mathematical confidence.

Join us for this one day training to learn more about implementing Spring Math with fidelity and supporting and coaching teachers using Spring Math.  Please bring a device so that we can look at your school data and you can learn more about using your Spring Math dashboard to guide coaching efforts that will impact classroom instruction and student achievement.  

(Your school/district must have purchased Spring Math to participate in this training)

Date: July 18th 8:00-3:30

Location: HCCTC Annex Building, 13221 Big Valley Pike, Mill Creek, PA 17060

Notes: In order to accommodate those traveling from a distance, the lunch break will be limited to 30 minutes. Lunch will not be available on site, please plan accordingly.

Facilitator: Dawn Lynn and PaTTAN Math Consultants

Contact: dlynn@tiu11.org

or call 814-542-2501

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Thursday, July 18
8am - 3:30pm
Spring Math Training

ECRI training for Administrators and Coaches Cancelled

Cancelled
July 25, 2024
Huntingdon County Career and Technology Center Annex
Special Education
Notices
Act 48 Activity Hours

ECRI training for Administrators and Coaches

Enhanced Core Reading Instruction™ (ECRI) is a multi-tiered program (Tier 1 and Tier 2) featuring a series of teaching routines designed to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of reading instruction in kindergarten, first and second grade.  

This course will present information and research about evidence-based reading instruction, and describe and model how to use instructional routines to enhance the delivery of core reading instruction in a multi-tiered system of support. This course will provide resources and guidance to build capacity to provide support for quality implementation of the Enhanced Core Reading Instruction (ECRI) foundational skills instruction. By the end of this course, participants will (a) understand how to present information and research about evidence-based practices (b) be able to describe the explicit instructional elements incorporated into each routine and articulate why they are important, (c) model how to use instructional routines to enhance the delivery of core reading instruction in a multi-tiered system of Tier 1 and Tier 2 support, and (d) be able to use an implementation data collection system to guide continued coaching and professional development.


Join us for this one day training to learn more about implementing ECRI with fidelity and supporting and coaching teachers.  Please bring a device so that we can look at your school data and how the ECRI suite of interventions can impact classroom instruction and student achievement.   

(Your school/district must have purchased ECRI materials to participate in this training)  

Presenters: Dawn Lynn, Erin McManamon, Lisa Kruse 
Contact: dlynn@tiu11.org, emcmanamon@tiu11.org, ekruse@tiu11.org or call 814-542-2501

When: July 25th 8:00-3:30

Where: HCCTC Annex Building, 13221 Big Valley Pike, Mill Creek, PA 17060

Notes: In order to accommodate those traveling from a distance, the lunch break will be limited to 30 minutes. Lunch will not be available on site, please plan accordingly.

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Thursday, July 25
8am - 3:30pm
ECRI Training

Initial Safety Care Training (Open Sessions)

July 29 - 30, 2024
Huntingdon County Career and Technology Center Annex
Special Education
Act 48 Activity Hours

Safety-Care is a training program for staff working with children, adolescents, or adults who may exhibit challenging or dangerous behavior.  Participants in the course learn a wide variety of prevention skills so that they can each contribute to a physical and social environment that encourages behavior patterns that are positive and safe.  Please note that this is an initial training, and not a re-certification.   There will be a $7.00 charge for materials and processing.

Training: Initial Safety Care Training (Open Sessions) Day 1 and Day 2

Who: All Districts

When: July 29, 2024-July 30, 2024

Time: 8am-3:30pm each day

Maximum Participants: 20

Where: HCCTC Annex Building

Address: 13221 Big Valley Pike 

                 Mill Creek, PA 17060

                 Parking is available in the stone lot across Rt655. 

                 Enter through the side door on Rt 655. 

Lunch will be about 30 minutes and on your own. We would encourage that you pack your lunch for the day. 
 

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Monday, July 29
8am - 3:30pm
Safety Care Initial Training Day 1
Tuesday, July 30
8am - 3:30pm
Safety Care Initial Training Day 2

ECRI for New Teachers

August 6 - 7, 2024
Huntingdon County Career and Technology Center Annex
Special Education
Act 48 Activity Hours

ECRI for New Teachers 

Enhanced Core Reading Instruction™ (ECRI) is a multi-tiered program (Tier 1 and Tier 2) featuring a series of teaching routines designed to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of reading instruction in kindergarten, first and second grade.   

This course will present information and research about evidence-based reading instruction, and describe and model how to use instructional routines to enhance the delivery of core reading instruction in a multi-tiered system of Tier 1 and Tier 2 support. Systematic strategies and instructional routines designed to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of reading instruction in kindergarten, first and second grade will be described and practiced. By the end of this course, participants will understand how and why (a) using instructional routines can enhance current core reading instruction, and (b) how aligning Tier 1 and Tier 2 reading instruction can lead to high student reading outcomes. Topics will include incorporating explicit instructional elements, aligning intervention for at-risk readers with core instruction, using assessment data to inform and refine instruction, and implementing instructional routines that focus on the essential components of beginning reading instruction.


Join us for this two-day training to learn the Foundational ECRI routines and how to implement them with fidelity in your classroom.  The training will entail learning and practicing each routine while also understanding the "why" of ECRI.  Please bring the following: 

  • A device
  • ECRI Teacher Workbook
  • white board/dry erase marker
  • unifix cubes
  • sticky notes
  • pen/pencil
  • notebook
  • Resource overlays (i.e. Wonders, Open Court, etc....) 
    (Your school/district must have purchased ECRI materials to participate in this training) 

Presenters: Dawn Lynn, Erin McManamon, Lisa Kruse 
Contact:  dlynn@tiu11.org, emcmanamon@tiu11.org, ekruse@tiu11.org or call 814-542-2501

Date: August 8th from 8:00-3:30

Location: HCCTC Annex Building, 13221 Big Valley Pike, Mill Creek, PA 17060

Notes: In order to accommodate those traveling from a distance, the lunch break will be limited to 30 minutes. Lunch will not be available on site, please plan accordingly.

*****Participants must attend both days to receive credit for this workshop.

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Tuesday, August 6
8am - 3:30pm
ECRI for new teachers Day 1
Wednesday, August 7
8am - 3:30pm
ECRI for new teachers Day 2

Spring Math training for New Teachers

August 8, 2024
Huntingdon County Career and Technology Center Annex
Curriculum Special Education
Act 48 Activity Hours

Spring Math training for New Teachers

Building math confidence for teachers and students.  Unlike screen-based math intervention programs, SpringMath uniquely equips teachers to lead highly efficient, classwide math interventions. It also uses paired learning to lift all students and build enduring mastery and mathematical confidence. 

Join us for this one day training to learn how to implement Spring Math with fidelity in your classroom.  We will discuss the "why" behind Spring Math and take you through a student simulation.  Please bring a device with you as we will explore your school's data and show you how to make the most of your teacher dashboard.   
(Your school/district must have purchased Spring Math to participate in this training) 
Facilitator: Dawn Lynn and PaTTAN Math Consultants 
Contact: dlynn@tiu11.org or call 814-542-2501  

Date: August 8th from 8:00-3:30

Location: HCCTC Annex Building, 13221 Big Valley Pike, Mill Creek, PA 17060

Notes: In order to accommodate those traveling from a distance, the lunch break will be limited to 30 minutes. Lunch will not be available on site, please plan accordingly.
 

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Thursday, August 8
8am - 3:30pm
Spring Math training for New Teachers

Building Capacity and Promoting Instruction through PASA DLM: Cohort 2 Training Information Cancelled

Cancelled
August 13, 2024
Huntingdon County Career and Technology Center Annex
Special Education
Notices
Act 48 Activity Hours

In partnership with PaTTAN and Dynamic Learning Maps (DLM), Tuscarora Intermediate Unit 11  is offering this MANDATORY training to all school districts and charter schools designated in Cohort 2 for the 2024-2025 school year. 

The following are required to participate in this training: Special education teachers who have PASA eligible students, assessment coordinators, and building administrators and/or special education administrators with programming responsibilities and/or oversight of instructional programming. *Every LEA must have administrative presence/participation at the training.  Optional participants may include paraprofessionals, related service personnel, general educators, special education teachers who do not have PASA eligible students but students who may benefit, curriculum coordinators, etc.

The training is designed to build districts’ capacity regarding the provision of standards aligned instruction and assessment using Essential Elements for students with complex learning needs. Most personnel involved in PASA are becoming comfortable with the assessment component of PASA DLM. However, based on teacher surveys across the state, not many districts know about or are using the instructional resources that are offered through DLM. In this one day synchronous training, participants will explore essential elements and linkage levels along with the compilation of supporting instructional resources available through DLM to design effective academic programming for students with significant cognitive disabilities. 

DATE: Tuesday, August 13, 2024

TIME: 8:30-3:30 PM

LOCATION: HCCTC Annex Building Main Classroom

*Annex Location is 13221 Big Valley Pike Mill Creek PA 17060 (intersection of Rt22 and Rt655) Primary Parking is in the stone lot across the road. (Classroom Entrance on marked door along Rt 655)

FACILITATORS: Staci Young and Erin McManamon, TIU 11 Educational Consultants

CONTACT: Email:  syoung@tiu11.org or emcmanamon@tiu11.org

Phone: 814-542-2501

ADDITIONAL NOTES: 

  • Please bring a computer or device that will allow you to access the DLM portal and other digital resources that will be reviewed during this training.
  • PLEASE BRING YOUR PPID for completion for completion of required Pre and Post Surveys
  • In order to accommodate those traveling from a distance, the lunch break will be limited to 30 minutes. Lunch will not be available on site. Please plan accordingly. 



 

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Tuesday, August 13
8:30am - 3:30pm
PASA DLM: Cohort 2 Taining Information

SAP K-12 Two Day Training

August 14 - 15, 2024
Huntingdon County Career and Technology Center Annex
Student Assistance Program
Act 48 Activity Hours

PURPOSE: Please be aware that this is a competencies-based training and full attendance is mandatory in order to receive certification. This excellent K-12 staff development program is designated to prepare additional persons to participate on the school’s SAP core team. Participants will learn about the Mental Health and Drug and Alcohol agencies and how these agencies, in collaboration with the educational system, intervene in an effective efficient way to remove the barriers of learning for at-risk students. This training meets the requirements of the Commonwealth of PA Interagency Committee for Student Assistance Programs. 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Building administrators, central office administrators, counselors, psychologists and classroom teachers who will be joining existing SAP core teams should attend this training. Child-serving agencies such as juvenile probation and children services would also benefit from this valuable training.

 

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Wednesday, August 14
8am - 3:30pm
Day One
Thursday, August 15
8am - 3:30pm
Day Two

TIU 11/PaTTAN MTSS Mini-Series

August 16, 2024 - May 15, 2025
Your Internet Ready Computer
Special Education
Act 48 Activity Hours

MTSS Mini-Sessions: Building the Framework

This will be offered as a virtual mini-series for all IU11 teams participating in systemic supports, and any other IU11 schools interested. 

Goals: Support MTSS Teams in various stages of exploration to installation to implementation of MTSS across the IU11 catchment area with: 

  • Conceptual and common understanding of MTSS as a prevention model
  • Resources and support to establish and implement the infrastructure of an effective, functioning MTSS
  • Moving toward the use of RTI methodology to identify specific learning disability (SLD)

Teams will have the opportunity to reflect upon their systems and establish and refine infrastructure to install and implement MTSS. 

All team members must register individually to receive Act 48 hours.  You must attend all sessions to receive full credit.  

August 16, 2024 11:00-12:00 - Overview of series, introduction to Response to Intervention (RTI) for SLD Determination Fidelity Tool, and action planning 

September 19, 2024 11:00-12:00 - PA Standards-Aligned, High-Quality Core Instruction 

October 17, 2024 11:00-12:00 - Universal Screening 

November 21, 2024 11:00-12:00  - Shared Ownership 

December 19, 2024 11:00-12:00 - Data-Based Decision Making 

January 16, 2025 2:00-3:00 - Responsiveness to Intervention 

February 20, 2025 11:00-12:00 - Family Engagement 

March 20, 2025 11:00-12:00 - RTI/SLD Eligibility Determination 

April 10, 2025 11:00-12:00 - Professional Learning 

May 15, 2025 11:00-12:00 - Series closing, plan to complete the fidelity tool with each building team, and develop an action plan for subsequent school year. 

Zoom link for all sessions:

https://paiu.zoom.us/j/92030955439?pwd=wVZ3NUGsPXlJVJyZemeOXsTU9bVKCo.1

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Thursday, September 19
11am - 12pm
Thursday, October 17
11am - 12pm
Universal Screening
Thursday, November 21
11am - 12pm
Shared Ownership
Thursday, December 19
11am - 12pm
Data-Based Decision Making
Thursday, January 16
2 - 3pm
Responsiveness to Intervention
Thursday, February 20
11am - 12pm
Family Engagement
Thursday, March 20
11am - 12pm
RTI/SLD Eligibility Determination
Thursday, April 10
11am - 12pm
Professional Learning

Safety Care Initial Training August 21-22, 2024

August 21 - 22, 2024
Huntingdon County Career and Technology Center Annex
Special Education
Act 48 Activity Hours

Safety-Care is a training program for staff working with children, adolescents, or adults who may exhibit challenging or dangerous behavior.  Participants in the course learn a wide variety of prevention skills so that they can each contribute to a physical and social environment that encourages behavior patterns that are positive and safe.  Please note that this is an initial training, and not a re-certification.   There will be a $7.00 charge for materials and processing.

Title: Safety Care Initial Training 
Dates: August 21st and August 22nd, 2024 
Where: HCCTC Annex Building 
13221 Big Valley Pike 
Mill Creek, PA 17060 
Note: Parking is available in the stone lot across Rt655.  
Enter through the side door on Rt 655. 

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Wednesday, August 21
8am - 3:30pm
Safety Care Initial Training Day 1
Thursday, August 22
8am - 3:30pm
Safety Care Initial Training Day 2

Safety Care Initial Training (SVCCS Only)

August 23 - 30, 2024
Stone Valley Community Charter School
Special Education
Act 48 Activity Hours

Safety-Care is a training program for staff working with children, adolescents, or adults who may exhibit challenging or dangerous behavior.  Participants in the course learn a wide variety of prevention skills so that they can each contribute to a physical and social environment that encourages behavior patterns that are positive and safe.  Please note that this is an initial training, and not a re-certification.   There will be a $7.00 charge for materials and processing.

Training: Initial Safety Care Training Day 1 and Day 2

Who: SVCCS Only

When: August 23, 2024 and August 30, 2024

Time: 8am-3:30pm each day

Where: Stone Valley Community Charter School

Maximum Participants: 20 

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Friday, August 23
8am - 3:30pm
Safety Care Initial Training Day 1
Friday, August 30
8am - 3:30pm
Safety Care Initial Training Day 2

Building Capacity and Promoting Instruction through PASA DLM: Cohort 2 Training Information

August 30, 2024
Huntingdon County Career and Technology Center Annex
Special Education
Act 48 Activity Hours

In partnership with PaTTAN and Dynamic Learning Maps (DLM), Tuscarora Intermediate Unit 11  is offering this MANDATORY training to all school districts and charter schools designated in Cohort 2 for the 2024-2025 school year. 

The following are required to participate in this training: Special education teachers who have PASA eligible students, assessment coordinators, and building administrators and/or special education administrators with programming responsibilities and/or oversight of instructional programming. *Every LEA must have administrative presence/participation at the training.  Optional participants may include paraprofessionals, related service personnel, general educators, special education teachers who do not have PASA eligible students but students who may benefit, curriculum coordinators, etc.

The training is designed to build districts’ capacity regarding the provision of standards aligned instruction and assessment using Essential Elements for students with complex learning needs. Most personnel involved in PASA are becoming comfortable with the assessment component of PASA DLM. However, based on teacher surveys across the state, not many districts know about or are using the instructional resources that are offered through DLM. In this one day synchronous training, participants will explore essential elements and linkage levels along with the compilation of supporting instructional resources available through DLM to design effective academic programming for students with significant cognitive disabilities. 

DATE:  Friday, August 30, 2024 

TIME: 8:30-3:30 PM

LOCATION: HCCTC Annex Building Main Classroom

*Annex Location is 13221 Big Valley Pike Mill Creek PA 17060 (intersection of Rt22 and Rt655) Primary Parking is in the stone lot across the road. (Classroom Entrance on marked door along Rt 655)

FACILITATORS: Staci Young and Erin McManamon, TIU 11 Educational Consultants

CONTACT: Email:  syoung@tiu11.org or emcmanamon@tiu11.org

Phone: 814-542-2501

ADDITIONAL NOTES: 

  • Please bring a computer or device that will allow you to access the DLM portal and other digital resources that will be reviewed during this training.
  • PLEASE BRING YOUR PPID for completion for completion of required Pre and Post Surveys
  • In order to accommodate those traveling from a distance, the lunch break will be limited to 30 minutes. Lunch will not be available on site. Please plan accordingly. 


 

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Friday, August 30
8am - 3:30pm
PASA DLM: Cohort 2 Taining Information

School Counselor Network (K-12)

September 6, 2024
Your Internet Ready Computer
Curriculum
Act 48 Activity Hours

Title: School Counselor Network (PRE-K - 8th Grade)

Date: 9/6/24

Time: 9 am - Noon

Location: Virtual - https://paiu.zoom.us/j/4476176265

Department: Curriculum

Act 48: Yes

Description: The School Counselor Network is an opportunity for school counselors from around the region to come together to get some professional development and converse with other counselors on the biggest topics in our area.


 

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Friday, September 6
9am - 12pm
School Counselor Network

School Counselor Network (Middle & High School)

September 27, 2024
Your Internet Ready Computer
Curriculum
Act 48 Activity Hours

Title: School Counselor Network (Middle & High School)

Date: 9/27/24

Time: 9 am - Noon

Location: Virtual - https://paiu.zoom.us/j/4476176265

Department: Curriculum

Act 48: Yes

Description: The School Counselor Network is an opportunity for school counselors from around the region to come together to get some professional development and converse with other counselors on the biggest topics in our area.

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Friday, September 27
9am - 12pm
School Counselor Network

SEL Networking (Social Emotional Learning)

October 9, 2024
Huntingdon County Career and Technology Center Annex
Special Education
Act 48 Activity Hours

This meeting will be the first in a series of 3 SEL Networking events to be hosted this year. 

The topics to be covered this day include:

  • TBD

This event is free and open to all General Educators who support special education students, Emotional Support teachers and staff, Learning Support teachers and staff, Guidance Counselors, Social Workers, and any professional team member who works with students in need of enhanced social-emotional skills training! Feel free to share the link and encourage your colleagues to attend.

Due to the ongoing renovation at the main TIU11 office site, the location for this training will be the HCCTC Annex Building in Mill Creek. The address is 13221 Big Valley Pike Mill Creek, PA 17060. Parking is available in the stone lot across Rt 655. You enter through the side door on Rt 655. There will be a TIU 11 Training Event sign at the entrance.

Lunch will be on your own. Please be advised that there is a refrigerator and microwave available on-site, so feel free to pack something to eat. There is a deli approx. 5 minutes away, but choices for restaurants is limited so please plan accordingly.

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Wednesday, October 9
9am - 3pm
SEL Networking

Huntingdon/Fulton County Transition Coordinating Council Meetings 24-25

October 15, 2024
Your Internet Ready Computer
Special Education
Act 48 Activity Hours

The Huntingdon/Fulton County Transition Coordinating Council is a group of like-minded individuals that wish to support students with disabilities that are of transition age (14-21), as they work towards life after high school. The goal of the group is to strengthen their knowledge in the area of transition through training, resource sharing, interagency collaboration, and networking. 

Target Audience: Huntingdon and Fulton County Special Education Teachers & Administrators, Outside Agencies/Providers, Local Business Owners, Guidance Counselors, School Social Workers, Parents, or Secondary Students

*These meetings will be held via Zoom. Virtual Meeting Link will be sent to participants upon registration

If you have any questions please contact:

Staci Young, TIU 11 Educational Consultant

syoung@tiu11.org

814-542-2501x1126

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Tuesday, October 15
8:30 - 10am
Huntingdon/Fulton County Transition

Instructional Coaches Network Meeting

October 16, 2024
To be Determined (TBD)
Curriculum
Act 48 Activity Hours

Title: Coaches Network

Date: 10/16/24

Time: 1 pm - 3 pm

Location: TBD

Department: Curriculum

Act 48: Yes

Description: The Coaches Network is an opportunity for academic coaches from around the region to come together to get some professional development and converse with other coaches on the biggest topics in our area.


 

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Wednesday, October 16
1 - 3pm
Instructional Coaches Meeting

Mifflin/Juniata County Transition Coordinating Council Meetings 24-25

October 17, 2024
Your Internet Ready Computer
Special Education
Act 48 Activity Hours

The Mifflin/Juniata County Transition Coordinating Council is a group of like-minded individuals that wish to support students with disabilities that are of transition age (14-21), as they work towards life after high school. The goal of the group is to strengthen their knowledge in the area of transition through training, resource sharing, interagency collaboration, and networking. 

Target Audience: Mifflin and Juniata County Special Education Teachers & Administrators, Outside Agencies/Providers, Local Business Owners, Guidance Counselors, School Social Workers, Parents, or Secondary Students

*These meetings will be held via Zoom. Virtual Meeting Link will be sent to participants upon registration

If you have any questions please contact:

Staci Young, TIU 11 Educational Consultant

syoung@tiu11.org

814-542-2501x1126

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Thursday, October 17
8:30 - 10am
Mifflin/Juniata County Transition

Gifted Support Network

October 25, 2024
Your Internet Ready Computer
Curriculum
Act 48 Activity Hours

Title: Gifted Support Network

The Gifted Network is an opportunity for teachers who work with gifted students to come together to earn some professional development and to network with other teachers about the latest topics in their field.  The specific focus of each PD session will be added at a later date.

Location: Virtual - https://paiu.zoom.us/j/4476176265

Department: Curriculum

Act 48: 3 Act 48  Hours

 

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Friday, October 25
9am - 12pm
Gifted Support Network

Transition Coordinator Networking Event

October 30, 2024
Huntingdon County Career and Technology Center Annex
Special Education
Act 48 Activity Hours

Transition Coordinator Networking Event 

Topics to be covered on this day include: 
Secondary Transition Planning for Students with High Support Needs  

This event is free and open to Transition Coordinators, Special Education Administrators, and/or Special Education Teachers who support secondary students with primary disability categories of Intellectual Disability, Autism, Multiple Disabilities, and/or Other Health Impairment. Join us to collaborate regarding transition services, activities, resources, and other supports that you utilize to assist students with high support needs in planning for postsecondary training or education, employment, and independent living after high school.  

Due to ongoing renovation at the Tuscarora Intermediate Unit main office in McVeytown, PA, the location for this training will be the HCCTC Annex Building in Mill Creek, PA.  

Facilitator: 
Staci Young, TIU 11 Educational Consultant 

Date: 
Wednesday October 30, 2024 

Time:  
9:00 am-3:00 pm 

Location:  
HCCTC Annex Building 
13221 Big Valley Pike 
Mill Creek, PA 17060 

Additional Information:

  •  Parking is available in the stone lot across Route 655.  You will enter through the side door on Route 655.  There will be a TIU 11 training event sign at the entrance. 
     
  • Lunch will be on your own. There is a kitchen on site with a refrigerator and microwave.  Local dining options are limited.  Please plan accordingly.  
     
  • Please contact Staci Young by email: syoung@tiu11org or by phone 814-542-2501x1126 if you have any questions. 
     
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Wednesday, October 30
9am - 3pm
Transition Coordinator Networking Event

Nurses' Network

November 15, 2024
Your Internet Ready Computer
Curriculum
Act 48 Activity Hours

Title: Nurses Network

Date: 11/20/24

Time: 9 am - Noon

Location: Virtual - https://paiu.zoom.us/j/4476176265

Department: Curriculum

Act 48: Yes

Description: The Nurses Network is an opportunity for school nurses from around the region to come together to get some professional development and converse with other nurses on the biggest topics in our area.


 

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Friday, November 15
9am - 12pm
Nurses' Network Notices

School Counselor Network (K-12)

December 13, 2024
Your Internet Ready Computer
Curriculum
Act 48 Activity Hours

Title: School Counselor Network (K-12)

Date: 12/13/24

Time: 9 am - Noon

Location: Virtual - https://paiu.zoom.us/j/4476176265

Department: Curriculum

Act 48: Yes

Description: The School Counselor Network is an opportunity for school counselors from around the region to come together to get some professional development and converse with other counselors on the biggest topics in our area.

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Friday, December 13
9am - 12pm
School Counselor Network

Huntingdon/Fulton County Transition Coordinating Council Meetings 24-25

December 17, 2024
Your Internet Ready Computer
Special Education
Act 48 Activity Hours

The Huntingdon/Fulton County Transition Coordinating Council is a group of like-minded individuals that wish to support students with disabilities that are of transition age (14-21), as they work towards life after high school. The goal of the group is to strengthen their knowledge in the area of transition through training, resource sharing, interagency collaboration, and networking. 

Target Audience: Huntingdon and Fulton County Special Education Teachers & Administrators, Outside Agencies/Providers, Local Business Owners, Guidance Counselors, School Social Workers, Parents, or Secondary Students

*These meetings will be held via Zoom. Virtual Meeting Link will be sent to participants upon registration

If you have any questions please contact:

Staci Young, TIU 11 Educational Consultant

syoung@tiu11.org

814-542-2501x1126

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Tuesday, December 17
2 - 3:30pm
Huntingdon/Fulton County Transition

Mifflin/Juniata County Transition Coordinating Council Meetings 24-25

December 19, 2024
Your Internet Ready Computer
Special Education
Act 48 Activity Hours

The Mifflin/Juniata County Transition Coordinating Council is a group of like-minded individuals that wish to support students with disabilities that are of transition age (14-21), as they work towards life after high school. The goal of the group is to strengthen their knowledge in the area of transition through training, resource sharing, interagency collaboration, and networking. 

Target Audience: Mifflin and Juniata County Special Education Teachers & Administrators, Outside Agencies/Providers, Local Business Owners, Guidance Counselors, School Social Workers, Parents, or Secondary Students

*These meetings will be held via Zoom. Virtual Meeting Link will be sent to participants upon registration

If you have any questions please contact:

Staci Young, TIU 11 Educational Consultant

syoung@tiu11.org

814-542-2501x1126

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Thursday, December 19
2 - 3:30pm
Mifflin/Juniata County Transition

SEL Networking (Social Emotional Learning)

January 7, 2025
Tuscarora Intermediate Unit 11
Special Education
Act 48 Activity Hours

Tuesday, January 7, 2025 (location will be the main TIU building)
 

This meeting will be the second in a series of 3 SEL Networking events to be hosted this year. 

The topics to be covered this day include:

  • TBD

This event is free and open to all General Educators who support special education students, Emotional Support teachers and staff, Learning Support teachers and staff, Guidance Counselors, Social Workers, and any professional team member who works with students in need of enhanced social-emotional skills training! Feel free to share the link and encourage your colleagues to attend.

Lunch will be on your own.

For more information contact Betsy Cox at ecox@tiu11.org

 

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Sessions

Tuesday, January 7
9am - 3pm
Social Emotional Learning

Gifted Support Network

January 10, 2025
Your Internet Ready Computer
Curriculum
Act 48 Activity Hours

Title: Gifted Support Network

The Gifted Network is an opportunity for teachers who work with gifted students to come together to earn some professional development and to network with other teachers about the latest topics in their field.  The specific focus of each PD session will be added at a later date.

Location: Virtual - https://paiu.zoom.us/j/4476176265

Department: Curriculum

Act 48: 3 Act 48  Hours

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Friday, January 10
9am - 12pm
Gifted Support Network

Instructional Coaches Network Meeting

January 15, 2025
To be Determined (TBD)
Curriculum
Act 48 Activity Hours

Title: Coaches Network

Date: 1/15/25

Time: 1 pm - 3 pm

Location: TBD

Department: Curriculum

Act 48: Yes

Description: The Coaches Network is an opportunity for academic coaches from around the region to come together to get some professional development and converse with other coaches on the biggest topics in our area.

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Wednesday, January 15
1 - 3pm
Instructional Coaches Network

Huntingdon/Fulton County Transition Coordinating Council Meetings 24-25

February 11, 2025
Your Internet Ready Computer
Special Education
Act 48 Activity Hours

The Huntingdon/Fulton County Transition Coordinating Council is a group of like-minded individuals that wish to support students with disabilities that are of transition age (14-21), as they work towards life after high school. The goal of the group is to strengthen their knowledge in the area of transition through training, resource sharing, interagency collaboration, and networking. 

Target Audience: Huntingdon and Fulton County Special Education Teachers & Administrators, Outside Agencies/Providers, Local Business Owners, Guidance Counselors, School Social Workers, Parents, or Secondary Students

*These meetings will be held via Zoom. Virtual Meeting Link will be sent to participants upon registration

If you have any questions please contact:

Staci Young, TIU 11 Educational Consultant

syoung@tiu11.org

814-542-2501x1126

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Sessions

Tuesday, February 11
8:30 - 10am
Huntingdon/Fulton County Transition

Mifflin/Juniata County Transition Coordinating Council Meetings 24-25

February 13, 2025
Your Internet Ready Computer
Special Education
Act 48 Activity Hours

The Mifflin/Juniata County Transition Coordinating Council is a group of like-minded individuals that wish to support students with disabilities that are of transition age (14-21), as they work towards life after high school. The goal of the group is to strengthen their knowledge in the area of transition through training, resource sharing, interagency collaboration, and networking. 

Target Audience: Mifflin and Juniata County Special Education Teachers & Administrators, Outside Agencies/Providers, Local Business Owners, Guidance Counselors, School Social Workers, Parents, or Secondary Students

*These meetings will be held via Zoom. Virtual Meeting Link will be sent to participants upon registration

If you have any questions please contact:

Staci Young, TIU 11 Educational Consultant

syoung@tiu11.org

814-542-2501x1126


 

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Thursday, February 13
8:30 - 10am
Mifflin/Juniata County Transition

Nurses' Network

February 21, 2025
Your Internet Ready Computer
Curriculum
Act 48 Activity Hours

Title: Nurses Network

Date: 2/21/25

Time: 9 am - Noon

Location: Virtual - https://paiu.zoom.us/j/4476176265

Department: Curriculum

Act 48: Yes

Description: The Nurses Network is an opportunity for school nurses from around the region to come together to get some professional development and converse with other nurses on the biggest topics in our area.

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Sessions

Friday, February 21
9am - 12pm
Nurses' Network