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Grantee Orientation: ASES, 21st CCLC, and ELO-P Funding Overview - Wednesday, September 7, 2022

Date: 09-07-2022
Duration: 09:00 am - 11:00 am
Check In Time: 8:50 am

Registration Deadline: 9/5/22 at 6pm

During this session, participants will learn compliance and quality related information for ASES, 21st CCLC, and ELO-P funding streams. 

This workshop is for Grant Managers (those who have responsibility for overseeing funds); Program Directors (staff who supervise and/or oversee two or more sites) and fiscal staff who oversee budgets and finance. Additionally, for small charters who may have only a Grant Manager and a Site Coordinator, it is recommended that both of these staff attend this training.  This is geared for anyone new in these positions, anyone moving into these positions, and a refresher to those who currently hold these positions.

The Zoom meeting link will be sent to registered participants 1 business day prior to the event.

Location: Online


Intended Audience:

Grants Manager Program Director Regional Manager / Supervisor

Grade Level(s):

N/A
Beverage and Food NOT Provided

57 of 75 seats(s) are still available.

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How Best to Utilize ASSIST: The EXLD Online Reporting System - Wednesday, September 14, 2022

Date: 09-14-2022
Duration: 09:00 am - 11:00 am
Check In Time: 8:50 am

Registration Deadline: 9/12/22 at 6pm

Learn how to utilize the online reporting system ASSIST for attendance and fiscal reporting. Walk through an actual tutorial on submission of budgets, attendance and expenditure reports in ASSIST. We will cover: How to enter budgets, budget revisions, attendance, submitting of expenditures, entering in-direct costs, and use of 5100 line for sub-contracting. What to do if you lose your password for ASSIST, how to update your contact information, and how to pull your own reports for funding allocations per school, payments, and attendance reports.  

Intended Audience: ASSIST/Fiscal Coordinators, Grant Managers, and Program Directors

The Zoom link will be sent to registered participants at least 1 business day prior to the meeting.

Location: Online


Intended Audience:

Grants Manager Other Program Director Regional Manager / Supervisor

Grade Level(s):

N/A
Beverage and Food NOT Provided

64 of 75 seats(s) are still available.

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Recognizing Trauma and Building Resilience - Friday, September 16, 2022

Date: 09-16-2022
Duration: 09:00 am - 11:00 am
Check In Time: 8:50 am

Registration Deadline: 9/14/22 at 6pm

This workshop is designed to provide participants with an understanding of how to use a trauma-lens to identify the needs of students impacted by trauma as a result of COVID-19 and other traumas as well as build resilience in youth. The workshop will address the needs of all students, however, it will also highlight specific strategies that relate to improving outcomes for students in foster care and other marginalized groups. 

The zoom link will be emailed to registered participants one (1) business day before the session.

Location: Online


Intended Audience:

Frontline Staff Program Director Regional Manager / Supervisor Site Coordinator

Grade Level(s):

N/A
Beverage and Food NOT Provided

100 of 100 seats(s) are still available.

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85/15: Direct Service to Pupils, Administrative, Indirect Costs and Supplement vs. Supplant - Wednesday, September 21, 2022

Date: 09-21-2022
Duration: 11:30 am - 01:30 pm
Check In Time: 11:20 am

Registration Deadline: 9/19/22 at 6pm

The Policy Committee of the CDE's Expanded Learning Division has created a training session on Direct Service to Pupils vs. Administrative and Indirect Costs (also known as 85/15) as well as Supplement vs. Supplant Definitions so that grant management teams have a better understanding of the requirements, review the common issues surfaced through Federal Program Monitoring and Audits, and to provide you resources for operating your program successfully. 

Don't miss this opportunity to engage with the CDE to learn about 85/15 and supplement vs. supplant. 

The Zoom meeting link will be sent to registered participants 1 business day prior to the event.

Location: Online


Intended Audience:

Grants Manager Other Program Director Regional Manager / Supervisor

Grade Level(s):

N/A
Beverage and Food NOT Provided

50 of 75 seats(s) are still available.

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Preparing for Expanded Learning Programs Federal Program (FPM) Monitoring - Wednesday, September 28, 2022

Date: 09-28-2022
Duration: 09:00 am - 11:00 am
Check In Time: 8:50 am

Registration Deadline: 9/26/22 at 6pm

This training session for grant management teams will highlight the features of the Expanded Learning FPM Instrument and also share how compliance with the various fiscal and program requirements helps improve the quality of Expanded Learning Programs. This is in alignment with the Expanded Learning Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) process. The CQI process requires programs to submit evidence of a data-driven program quality improvement process based on the CDE's guidance on program quality standards.

The Zoom meeting link will be sent to registered participants 1 business day prior to the event.

Location: Online


Intended Audience:

Grants Manager Program Director Regional Manager / Supervisor Site Coordinator

Grade Level(s):

N/A
Beverage and Food NOT Provided

38 of 75 seats(s) are still available.

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Human Trafficking Awareness for Expanded Learning - Friday, September 30, 2022

Date: 09-30-2022
Duration: 09:00 am - 11:00 am
Check In Time: 8:50 am

Registration Deadline: 9/28/22 at 6pm

This workshop is designed to educate caregivers, educators, and others on the link between trauma, foster care, and human trafficking. Participants will gain an awareness of how youth are recruited, the connection between ACEs and human trafficking, how to identify signs of human trafficking, and how to address and prevent it from happening in homes and schools. 

Participants in this training will:

  • Receive the strategies and tips on how to identify and address the needs of victims of human trafficking as well as on-campus recruiters. 
  • Gain a greater understanding of the impacts of human trafficking in their community and its impact on student behaviors and learning.
  • Explore ways to assist and inform parents on how to communicate the needs of human trafficking awareness with their children.

The Zoom meeting link will be sent to registered participants 1 business day prior to the event.

Location: Online


Intended Audience:

Frontline Staff Program Director Regional Manager / Supervisor Site Coordinator

Grade Level(s):

N/A
Beverage and Food NOT Provided

100 of 100 seats(s) are still available.

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Grade-Level Specific Training: Pre-K - Kindergarten - Friday, October 7, 2022

Date: 10-07-2022
Duration: 09:00 am - 11:00 am
Check In Time: 8:50 am

Registration Deadline: 10/5/22 at 6pm

Focus: Pre-K and Kindergarten

This training is designed to help participants gain an understanding of age and stage development of Pre-K and Kindergarten youth to mitigate educational loss and help students improve their academic and SEL skills.

The understanding of what kinds of behavior and skills can be expected at the Pre-K and Kindergarten levels can be used to inform expanded learning opportunity planning, implementation, and evaluation.

The Zoom meeting link will be sent to registered participants 1 business day prior to the event.

Location: Online


Intended Audience:

Frontline Staff Grants Manager Program Director Regional Manager / Supervisor Site Coordinator

Grade Level(s):

Elementary School
Beverage and Food NOT Provided

88 of 100 seats(s) are still available.

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Grade-Level Specific Training: 1st - 3rd grades - Tuesday, October 11, 2022

Date: 10-11-2022
Duration: 09:00 am - 11:00 am
Check In Time: 8:50 am

Registration Deadline: 10/7/22 at 6pm

Focus: 1st - 3rd grade

This training is designed to help participants gain an understanding of age and stage development of 1st - 3rd grade youth to mitigate educational loss, and help students improve their academic and SEL skills.

The understanding of what kinds of behavior and skills can be expected at the 1st - 3rd grade levels can be used to inform expanded learning opportunity planning, implementation, and evaluation.

The Zoom meeting link will be sent to registered participants 1 business day prior to the event.

Location: Online


Intended Audience:

Frontline Staff Grants Manager Program Director Regional Manager / Supervisor Site Coordinator

Grade Level(s):

Elementary School
Beverage and Food NOT Provided

91 of 100 seats(s) are still available.

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Site Coordinator Series: Supporting and Developing New Expanded Learning Staff - Thursday, October 13, 2022

Date: 10-13-2022
Duration: 09:00 am - 11:00 am
Check In Time: 8:50 am

Registration Deadline: 10/11/22 at 6pm

Calling all Site Coordinators with new staff that need some additional support!  

Come learn how to use evidence based Behavioral Skills Training (BST) to support and develop Frontline Staff. Learn how to identify skills for improvement and use the four basic steps of BST: Instruction, Modeling, Rehearsal, and Feedback to improve quality of care and performance of frontline staff. 

Facilitated by Certified Behavior Analyst, Catherine Maldonado, M.S., BCBA 1-17-25598.

The Zoom meeting link will be sent to registered participants 1 business day prior to the event.


Location: Online


Intended Audience:

Site Coordinator

Grade Level(s):

N/A
Beverage and Food NOT Provided

72 of 100 seats(s) are still available.

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Grade-Level Specific Training: 4th - 6th - Tuesday, October 25, 2022

Date: 10-25-2022
Duration: 09:00 am - 11:00 am
Check In Time: 8:50 am

Registration Deadline: 10/21/22 at 6pm

Focus: 4th - 6th grade

This training is designed to help participants gain an understanding of age and stage development of 4th - 6th grade youth to mitigate educational loss, and help students improve their academic and SEL skills.

The understanding of what kinds of behavior and skills can be expected at the 4th - 6th grade levels can be used to inform expanded learning opportunity planning, implementation, and evaluation.

The Zoom meeting link will be sent to registered participants 1 business day prior to the event.

Location: Online


Intended Audience:

Frontline Staff Grants Manager Program Director Regional Manager / Supervisor Site Coordinator

Grade Level(s):

Elementary School Middle School
Beverage and Food NOT Provided

94 of 100 seats(s) are still available.

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