Site Coordinator Expanded Learning Symposium

Overview Paige Azcona

California Cruz’n: Site Coordinator Expanded Learning Symposium!
The Queen Mary, Long Beach, CA February 8th & 9th

Register TODAY!

California Cruz’n – a statewide Site Coordinator Expanded Learning Symposium is to be held on February 8th and 9th, 2019 in Long Beach, CA. This event is intended to be a convening of Site Coordinators, for Site Coordinators and those who support Site Coordinators. The symposium focuses on the innovation that occurs every day in expanded learning sites across California. 

Topics to be covered may include Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI), effective site leadership, inspiring and supporting line staff, school and district partnership, and innovative practices related to the Quality Standards for Expanded Learning in California; as well as cutting edge topics such as Summer Learning, Social-Emotional Learning (SEL), and Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM). Multiple levels of leadership are encouraged to attend and participate in a leadership track focused on effective strategies to support the success of Site Coordinators, K-12 and expanded learning partnerships, partnerships supporting SEL, family engagement, and alternative funding sources.

Who Will Present?

All levels of leadership will share best practices in maximizing the impact of expanded learning programs in all settings, including: district, community-based, and summer learning programs. 

  • Keynote Speaker: Brian McDaniel, California Teacher of the Year
  • Honorary After School Champion: Senator Kevin McCarty 

Who Should Attend?

Site Coordinators, Program Directors, Grant Managers, Technical Assistance Providers, District and County Office of Education staff, Community Based Organization leaders, and all stakeholders committed to helping young people flourish in expanded learning programs.

Workshop Schedule 

Payment Options

Accommodations

A room block for Site Coordinator Symposium attendees has been reserved at The Queen Mary in Long Beach, CA.

Questions?

Contact Troy Selvey at tselvey@afterschoolnetwork.org