Success factors for culture, climate, and equity work in your schools

Watch this webinar focused on how leaders can build a culture in their schools and districts that supports and encourages feedback and improvement. This webinar will provide participants opportunities with strategies and protocols to keep people engaged in proving feedback and sharing their voice.

Hear from Joe Davis, Superintendent, and Kevin Hampton, Chief of Staff both from Ferguson-Florissant School District. Learn how leaders can use culture and climate feedback data to improve things for all stakeholders.


Who is this for:

Perfect for school and district leaders, teachers, Principals, SEL trainers and SEL teams


Speakers: 

Traci Davis
Former Superintendent of the Washoe County School District, the second largest school district in Nevada serving over 64,000 students.

Dr. Joseph S. Davis
Moved by the events in Ferguson during 2014, Dr. Joseph Davis pursued the Superintendent opening in the Ferguson-Florissant School District and in the summer of 2015 moved his family from North Carolina to the community he now calls home and began serving the community as Superintendent. His role as
Superintendent is the culmination of a lifetime as an educator starting as a bus driver then teacher, assistant principal and principal at Vick Elementary School, Darden Middle School and Hunt High School in Wilson, North Carolina. Dr. Davis
also served as a Deputy Chief of Schools in the Chicago Public Schools, in Chicago, Illinois.


Kevin Hampton
Kevin Hampton serves as the Chief of Staff for the Ferguson-Florissant School District where he has been an educator for the last 31 years. During that time Kevin served the students of the community as a middle and high school communications arts and video production teacher. During his 17 plus years teaching video production, students in all six district secondary schools experienced project based learning in an inclusive
environment as the voice of the district and produced live closed circuit newscasts on a daily basis and up to 16 hours of cable television programming each week.

 

Topic: Culture, Climate and Equity

Type: Webinar

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