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  • November 9-11, MCA will hold its 2022 Fall Conference at the BancorpSouth Arena & Conference Center in Tupelo.


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  • MECA will have its Fabulous 40th Conference, February 8 - 10, 2023 at the Jackson Convention Center.

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    Complimentary Webinar

    Ensuring Early Literacy:
    Every Kid, Every Skill — to the Mastery Level

    Tuesday, October 11 from 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM ET Presented by Dr. Gene Kerns, Chief Academic Officer, Renaissance

    Early grades skills represent the foundation on which all literacy depends. But do your assessment tools adequately track these skills at a sufficiently granular level?

    Click here to view the flyer and register!

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  • From our friends at School Safety:

    Please join the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) for the 2022 National Summit on K-12 School Safety and Security on November 1-3, 2022. This three-day, virtual event will convene school safety experts, practitioners, and leaders from across the country to discuss current threats in school safety and explore research-informed strategies for addressing security challenges and risks in K-12 schools.


    Registration is now open for the Summit and attendance is free of charge. Sessions are planned for all members of the K-12 community and will include keynote remarks, one-on-one interviews, and panel discussions on issues such as targeted violence, violence prevention, cybersecurity, emergency planning, and physical security. The event is designed to foster a nationwide dialogue on school safety, as well as equip school stakeholders and personnel with resources, training, and expertise to apply in their local school settings and communities.




    Additional details are found when you click the registration link.  You can also download a one-page overview here.


    If you have any questions, please contact the CISA School Safety Task Force at SchoolSafety@hq.dhs.gov.


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  • 2022-23 Administrator Calendar Dates to Remember

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    2022-23 Administrator Calendar Dates to Remember

    This document, provided as PDF and Word files above, provides administrators, district personnel, federal program directors, special education directors, and districts with guidance and important dates that may be required under Mississippi state law and/or federal requirements in a single, convenient location.

    This document is not meant to be an all-inclusive calendar but includes dates that are required and are deemed to be the most essential for compliance.


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  • Consortium for School Networking (CoSN)

    TOPICS: Premier of Season 5, The EmpowerED Superintendent Series and release of the CoSN 2022 Student Home Connectivity Report

    The Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) is honored to support the work of current and aspiring superintendents and district leadership teams through the Mississippi Association of School Administrators in leading all aspects of digital learning transformations.

    Click here for complete article.

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  • From DreamBox Learning

    On-Demand Webinar: MTSS for Educators
    When it comes to multi-tiered support systems, how can you ensure all stakeholders get the support they need?

    Join Dr. Matthew Cheeseman, Superintendent at Beaufort County Schools and NC NERESA Region 1 Superintendent of the Year, and Dr. Tim Hudson, Chief Learning Officer at DreamBox Learning, as they discuss innovative and inclusive approaches to MTSS programs in this on-demand webinar.

    Dr. Cheeseman shares how he developed an MTSS model for educators that effectively trickles down to students. His model ensures that every individual, regardless of role, has the support to be successful. Dr. Hudson expands on how this framework can effectively apply inside of classrooms when educators have the right tools in place to meet students where they are.

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