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Wednesday, May 11
 

1:30pm

CCIS Administrative Best Practices in Independent Study (Session I)
This workshop will guide administrators and teachers toward ensuring they have a compliant program by reviewing recent legislation that has impacted independent study programs and schools, including SB277 Public Health: Vaccinations. Additionally, CCIS will provide an overview of different venues for delivering independent study; online, hybrid and textbook based models.  Following the presentation workshop participants will be able to scan QR codes to the new independent study legislation for 2014-2015, 2015-2016 Course Based Independent Study, as well as the Vaccination Bill.

Speakers
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Dr. Leslie Clifton

Executive Director (CCIS), CCIS
Dr. Leslie Clifton has taught preschool through twelfth grade, written curriculum for all grade levels and was currrently the Director of Online Learning for The Classical Academy, an organization of public charter schools in San Diego County, California. She has completed an Educational... Read More →
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Jolene Dougherty

Attendee, CCIS
Jolene Dougherty is Principal of Alternative Education for the Capistrano Unified School District. In her 20+ years with the district, she has served as a teacher, elementary teaching assistant principal, assistant principal, principal, director, and executive director. For the last... Read More →
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Machele Kilgore

Executive Director, California Consortium for Independent Study
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Elizabeth Moore

President CCIS, CCIS
Elizabeth Moore is a retired educational consultant who served in education for 30 years as a general education and special education teacher, high school assistant principal, and as the alternative education principal for the Placentia-Yorba Linda School District. As her tenure she... Read More →


Wednesday May 11, 2016 1:30pm - 2:45pm
Mariner A

3:00pm

CCIS Administrative Best Practices in Independent Study (Session II)
This workshop will guide administrators and teachers toward ensuring they have a compliant program by reviewing recent legislation that has impacted independent study programs and schools, including SB277 Public Health: Vaccinations. Additionally, CCIS will provide an overview of different venues for delivering independent study; online, hybrid and textbook based models.  Following the presentation workshop participants will be able to scan QR codes to the new independent study legislation for 2014-2015, 2015-2016 Course Based Independent Study, as well as the Vaccination Bill.

Speakers
DL

Dr. Leslie Clifton

Executive Director (CCIS), CCIS
Dr. Leslie Clifton has taught preschool through twelfth grade, written curriculum for all grade levels and was currrently the Director of Online Learning for The Classical Academy, an organization of public charter schools in San Diego County, California. She has completed an Educational... Read More →
JD

Jolene Dougherty

Attendee, CCIS
Jolene Dougherty is Principal of Alternative Education for the Capistrano Unified School District. In her 20+ years with the district, she has served as a teacher, elementary teaching assistant principal, assistant principal, principal, director, and executive director. For the last... Read More →
MK

Machele Kilgore

Executive Director, California Consortium for Independent Study
EM

Elizabeth Moore

President CCIS, CCIS
Elizabeth Moore is a retired educational consultant who served in education for 30 years as a general education and special education teacher, high school assistant principal, and as the alternative education principal for the Placentia-Yorba Linda School District. As her tenure she... Read More →


Wednesday May 11, 2016 3:00pm - 4:15pm
Mariner A

4:15pm

Northern Sectional Meeting
Moderators
avatar for Pam Coronado

Pam Coronado

Northern Section Chair, JCCASAC Northern Section Meeting
Please join fellow Northern Section JCCASAC Members for our Annual Sectional Meeting in Quarterback Deck A Thursday, May 10th at 4:00 p.m. We will be discussing plans for 2018-19 Meetings, Legislative Updates, and plans for membership outreach through Regional meetings. We look... Read More →

Wednesday May 11, 2016 4:15pm - 5:00pm
Mariner A
 
Thursday, May 12
 

10:45am

Engaging the Disengaged: A Thematic, Interdisciplinary, Project-Based Approach to Successfully Teaching Incarcerated and At-Risk Youth (Session III)
How do we improve student engagement, make instruction relevant, and help students achieve academic excellence? The Los Angeles County Officew of Education's Road To Success Academy (RTSA), is an award-winning innovative model used to educate and successfully engage not only at-risk youth, but also students in high achieving schools. In this presentation, participants will learn the power to propel their schools from status quo to creating an innovative learning models by using a thematic, interdisciplinary, project-based curriculum that is trauma informed and tailored to students' social-emotional needs and promotes motivational and engagement for students who have not succeeded in traditional classroom settings.

Speakers
avatar for Dr. Rondale Cooper

Dr. Rondale Cooper

Principal, LACOE
Dr. Cooper began his carrer in education in 1997. He received a Masters Degree in Special Education and a Masters Degree in Educational Administrative Leadership from California University State Bakersfield. His implementation of positive behavior supports and effective instructional... Read More →
avatar for Tammie Holllis-Prime

Tammie Holllis-Prime

Asstistant Principal, LACOE
Dr. Tammie Hollis-Prime currently serves as AIC Principal for John Mendenhall High, which is a part of LACOE's DSP. She has over 18 years experience in Education. Previously she served as principal of Haven Drive Middle school in Arvin USD, assistant principal for elementary and middle... Read More →


Thursday May 12, 2016 10:45am - 12:00pm
Mariner A

2:15pm

Engaging the Disengaged: A Thematic, Interdisciplinary, Project-Based Approach to Successfully Teaching Incarcerated and At-Risk Youth RTSA (Session IV)
How do we improve student engagement, make instruction relevant, and help students achieve academic excellence? The Los Angeles County Officew of Education's Road To Success Academy (RTSA), is an award-winning innovative model used to educate and successfully engage not only at-risk youth, but also students in high achieving schools. In this presentation, participants will learn the power to propel their schools from status quo to creating an innovative learning models by using a thematic, interdisciplinary, project-based curriculum that is trauma informed and tailored to students' social-emotional needs and promotes motivational and engagement for students who have not succeeded in traditional classroom settings.

Speakers
avatar for Dr. Rondale Cooper

Dr. Rondale Cooper

Principal, LACOE
Dr. Cooper began his carrer in education in 1997. He received a Masters Degree in Special Education and a Masters Degree in Educational Administrative Leadership from California University State Bakersfield. His implementation of positive behavior supports and effective instructional... Read More →
avatar for Tammie Holllis-Prime

Tammie Holllis-Prime

Asstistant Principal, LACOE
Dr. Tammie Hollis-Prime currently serves as AIC Principal for John Mendenhall High, which is a part of LACOE's DSP. She has over 18 years experience in Education. Previously she served as principal of Haven Drive Middle school in Arvin USD, assistant principal for elementary and middle... Read More →


Thursday May 12, 2016 2:15pm - 3:30pm
Mariner A

3:45pm

Perspective From The Other Side (Session V)
Seldom do educators, mentors, program coordinators, and policy makers get to hear the perspective that comes from someone who grew up getting into trouble and turned their life around. During this interactive session, hear from Jimmy Cha, who shares his unique experience as a troubled youth, run ins with the law, overcoming obstacles, and what worked for him to better his life, as he shares a different perspective as a former troubled youth.

Speakers
avatar for Jimmy Cha

Jimmy Cha

Criminal Defense Attorney/Certified Gang Expert, Law Office of Jimmy Cha
Jimmy Cha is a criminal defense attorney and certified gang expert. He has been nominated as one of the top 100 trial attorneys in the nation by "The National Trial Lawyers" and a "Rising Star" by Super Lawyers. Mr. Cha mentors parolees, works with inner city youth, guest speaks as... Read More →


Thursday May 12, 2016 3:45pm - 5:00pm
Mariner A