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Welcome to the first annual June Institute for Schools at the Iowa Events Center in Des Moines Iowa!  

We hope you find what you need across this 3-day event focused on supports in the areas of literacy, mathematics, social-emotional-behavioral well-being and mental health, subgroups, and culture/climate! This site is for all attendees to have access to presenters and session materials.  This is not where you register.    

Please note that registration must be completed within the AEA Registration System, and that special sessions are pre-registration only. Registration links for the Conference and Special Sessions are located HERE.

*General Sessions, as well as session descriptions may change; additional general sessions may be added.  Session materials will be posted prior to the conference.  

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Thursday, June 13 • 1:00pm - 4:15pm
PRESS - Path to Reading Excellence in School Sites, PART 1 and PART 2

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This session will introduce participants to the PRESS literacy intervention materials (phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, comprehension, vocabulary), data analysis tools and diagnostic screening tools.

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*This two-part session is repeated on June 14.

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Andrea Danker

School Improvement Consultant, Green Hills AEA
Andrea Danker is a School improvement consultant from Green Hills AEA.

Alicia Helle

Assistant Coordinator, Keystone AEA 1
Alicia Helle is a Regional Administrator from Keystone AEA.

Jessica Ferguson

School Improvement Consultant, Green Hills AEA
Jessica Ferguson is a school improvement consultant from Green Hills AEA

Thursday June 13, 2019 1:00pm - 4:15pm CDT
  Literacy, K-6
  • Conference Type Special Session
  • Session Type Professional Learning