College and Career Readiness
Marin County Office of Education is happy to offer a free Master Scheduling Workshop to Marin County schools on Thursday, March 2 from 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Providing just-in-time support to school leaders as they develop master schedules for the 2017-2018 school year, the workshop is sponsored by the Northern California Career Pathway Alliance (NCCPA), and will be facilitated by the College and Career Academy Support Network (CCASN).
This workshop is a direct response to feedback obtained at the Innovative School Programs event of November 9, 2016, where program leads and administrators expressed a need for assistance in developing master schedules that foster and support innovation in schools. Teams from the four Marin County districts and seven high schools will be attending the workshop, as well as site-specific consultation sessions with CCASN facilitators on Friday, March 3.
Scheduled for March 28, 7:30 a.m. at the College of Marin. All superintendents, high school and middle school principals are invited.The Education Careers Academy for high school students will feature an overnight stay at Walker Creek Ranch, speakers, workshops, university field trips, and post-secondary and career exploration opportunities for up to 25 students interested in a career in Education. Part of a developing Education Pathway for high school students in Marin, the Academy aims to cultivate future educators in Early Childhood Education, Elementary School Teaching, Middle and High School Teaching, Educational Support Staff, Special Education and Coaching/Athletic Education.