School Resources Summer Leadership Retreat

2015 MPA Summer Leadership Retreat

The 2015 MPA Summer Leadership Retreat, sponsored by the Maine Principals’ Association, in collaboration with Great Schools Partnership, is an annual three-day retreat for leadership teams to:

•       Build internal leadership capacity;

•       Learn and develop specific strategies to effectively implement proficiency-based learning with emphasis on policy, practice and community engagement;

•       Utilize a school improvement coach to support data analysis, share feedback on your work, and examine promising approaches based on the unique context of your school or district; and,

•        Leave with a completed action plan for the coming year that is informed by the cycle of action, Global Best Practices, and specific feedback from other participating teams.

This retreat will allow leadership teams to connect and spend time focusing on the development of an actionable plan for the upcoming school year.  Team members will participate in workshops, informational sessions, and dedicated team time with coaches available to facilitate and support a successful experience.

WHEN: Tuesday – Thursday, June 23 – 25, 2015

WHERE: Point Lookout, Northport, Maine

WHO:District, School, and Teacher Leaders

COST:$1900 per four-person team, $300 for each additional member.

LODGING: Point Lookout is offering 1,2, & 3 bedroom cabins (must book directly at 800-515-3611)

FMI:contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 207-773-0505

REGISTRATION:  On-line registration is now open

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