• How do we use math in our everyday lives?• What would happen if we didn’t use math?• Join us and find out that math is truly a BLAST!• A fun family event filled with interactive math games thatyou will enjoy.• Experience new and creative ways to do math including:- classic board games- on-line math websites- iPod math activities
If you Here's a quick list of stations and the total number of volunteers we would like.
Pizza and Water Station - 3 adults to help set up food area (pizza and cookies)
Check-in Families - 2 adults to help check in families
Family Photo - 2 adults to help run the photo booth
Door Prize - 2 adults to collect family check in forms (this will be their tickets for the door prizes)
National Volunteer Week is the second week in April 7-11, right after Spring Break. For those of you who enlist the services of volunteers I’d like to ask if you and/or your students could take a few minutes and jot them a personal note. These notes mean so much. Our school volunteers do so many wonderful things in support of the students and staff.
The following online or CD-Rom based courses can be taken by education professionals for professional development credits
Visit www.virtualeduc.com/cwu for more information and a complete course listing.
Peer Mediation Program Training for Faculty
Teaching Understanding, Acceptance, and Respect
Are bullying and harassment making a negative impact within your school? CRU Institute has created programs for elementary, middle, and high schools where students mediate disputes with other students. Training includes mediation skills, listening and communication, cultural diversity, and how to be your own mediator. You will be learning with faculty from around the United States how to implement CRU Institute’s unique programs.
Elementary School Faculty: Bellevue, WA June 25, 2014 9:00AM-4:30PM
Secondary School Faculty: Bellevue, WA June 26 & 27, 2014 9:00AM-3:30PM
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