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AM Brew - May 16, 2022

Here's What's Brewing Today

Monday, May 16

 

The DC Council took action on the FY2023 (school year 2022-23) budget last week. The Council voted to keep phasing police out of public schools — despite the objections of the mayor and city principals’ union. The council also approved new allotments directly to some of the city’s most troubled public schools.

You can view the Council’s budget documents here. Coverage from the Washington Post here. And analysis from DC Fiscal Policy Institute here.

 


WTU ELECTION NEWS

Campaigning has officially begun! Click here to review the Campaign Rules.  

Special Thanks to all those who attended or viewed Thursday’s Presidential Candidates Forum. In case you missed it, you can watch the Forum here.

Click here to provide feedback about the forum in an effort to assist the Elections Committee with planning future events. We thank you for your time and input!

 

Upcoming Elections Events/Dates

May 17th 6:00pm – 8:00pm – WTU Elections Committee Virtual Meet & Greet hosted by Mrs. Denise Rolark Barnes Publisher of The Washington Informer.  Flier
Via Zoom; Meeting ID: 748 094 0086; Passcode: 051722

Be on the lookout for a Special Edition of the Washington Teacher that shares more information about the Presidential Candidates running in this year’s election.

Continue to check election updates through the Morning Brew to receive information about when Ballots should be arriving in the mail. If you have any questions for the Elections Committee, please email us at [email protected] or leave a message at 202-505-3309. 


 

Building Elections

The building election packet were sent to Building Representatives, who are responsible for conducting building level elections, last week. Its contents can be found here. A full list of WTU local school leadership positions and their duties is available here.

 

Support WTU Endorsed Candidates!

We encourage WTU members to get involved in supporting WTU Endorsed Candidates in the upcoming June Primary Elections. For a list of endorsed candidates, click here.

 

Website

The WTU was proud to launch an updated website. We hope you’ll check it out at www.WTULocal6.net.

We are collecting their photos and quotes for publication on the website capturing what the WTU means to you. Email photos/quotes to [email protected] or text them to 703-904-0000.

For information on walkthroughs of new WTU website, please see the Upcoming Events section below.

 

COVID CORNER

We want to remind everyone that the CDC states, face masks help prevent the spread of Covid.

Please continue to report COVID related issues to the situation room - http://bit.ly/WTUSafeOpenings
And any testing or reporting issues to OSSE (OSSE Online Complaint Form (dc.gov).

 

AM Brew News and Notices will be archived at https://www.wtulocal6.net/AMBrew.

 

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AM Brew - May 9, 2022

Here's What's Brewing Today

Monday, May 9

 

Representative Assembly

Tuesday, May 10 at 4:30 PM

Building Reps and delegates should use the link they received in their email to join the Rep Assembly Meeting. All members can attend the meeting. Only building reps and delegates may speak and are eligible to vote.

Click here to join the webinar

 

Teacher Appreciation Week


A HUGE Thank You to all the building reps who turned in U.S. mailing addresses and t-shirt sizes for their members. And, thanks to the support from WTU retirees and the Metropolitan Labor Council who were able to deliver t-shirts to over 70 schools last week!

We are asking Building Reps to continue to collect US mailing addresses and t-shirt sizes and we will make more tshirt deliveries this week. If you did not receive a WTU election notice in the US Mail, please contact your Field Representative

Please wear your t-shirt on Friday to show unity and solidarity during contract negotiations. We encourage you to post photos to social media. Please tag @WTUTeacher with #TeacherAppreciationWeek and #FairContract.

 


WTU ELECTION NEWS

Campaigning has officially begun! Click here to review the Campaign Rules.  

Upcoming Elections Related Events.

  • May 10th 4:30pm – WTU’s Representative Assembly – Presidential Candidates will be provided 3 minutes to introduce themselves and their platform at this Rep Assembly Meeting.
  • May 11th 5:30pm – 7:30pm – Candidates Review of Membership List (more information will be shared directly with verified candidates).
  • May 12th 6:00pm – 8:00pm – WTU Elections Committee Candidates Forum Zoom Meeting ID: 880 5342 7425 Passcode: 051222 (First 800 people)
    • Live Streaming to YouTube; Search: WTU Elections Committee Candidates Forum.  Official Flier linked here.
    • Presidential Candidates will engage in a Q & A discussion about issues raised by you the Members! Please click here to submit questions for the Forum.
  • May 17th 6:00pm – 8:00pm – WTU Elections Committee Virtual Meet & Greet hosted by Mrs. Denise Rolark Barnes Publisher of The Washington Informer.  Official Flier with Zoom information will be shared in the May 16th Morning Brew.

Be on the lookout for a Special Edition of the Washington Teacher that shares more information about the Presidential Candidates running in this year’s election. Continue to check election updates through the Morning Brew to receive information about when Ballots should be arriving in the mail.

If you have any questions for the Elections Committee, please email us at [email protected] or leave a message at 202-505-3309. 


Building Elections

The building election packet was sent to Building Representatives, who are responsible for conducting building level elections, last week. Its contents can be found here.

A full list of WTU local school leadership positions and their duties is available here.

 

Support WTU Endorsed Candidates!

We hope you’ll join us in supporting these candidates and electing officials who will support teachers and our public schools! To learn more about COPE and to see a full list of WTU endorsements, click here.

 

Ward 4 School Modernizations

Please send an email to the Mayor, the Chancellor, and the Chairman to advocate that they proceed with plans to resolve overcrowding at Roosevelt and modernize Truesdell, Whittier and LaSalle-Backus as scheduled.  Write your own email or use the draft email. Every message counts!

To: [email protected],  [email protected][email protected],

Subject: Support Ward 4 Families and Schools 

Mayor Bowser, Chancellor Ferebee, and Chairman Mendelson:

I’m writing in support of Ward 4 students and schools in need of relief from overcrowding and overdue modernizations.

To alleviate extreme overcrowding at Roosevelt, which is projected to be the most crowded building in all of DCPS next year, I understand that DCPS has proposed moving the Roosevelt STAY Opportunity Academy to Garnet-Patterson next fall. Roosevelt STAY is an opportunity academy serving a citywide population of 16-24-year-old students, all of which are overage and under-credited. 200 of their nearly 600 students are English Language Learners (ELL) and 100% of them are Black or Hispanic. This program is a lifeline to them and we cannot continue to ask them and the over 800 Roosevelt HS students to endure an unsafe overcrowded learning environment. Roosevelt HS and Roosevelt STAY both need the additional space. Please allocate the funding for Garnet-Patterson to make this possible and support this move.

DCPS must also maintain plans to modernize Truesdell ES, Whittier ES, and LaSalle-Backus on schedule. I understand DCPS has proposed using all of the Sharpe Health campus in Ward 4 as swing space for Dorothy Height and then Truesdell ES beginning in SY23-24 (Fiscal Year 2024). Sharpe is the only swing space currently available in Ward 4 and any delays or shifts in Truesdell’s modernization school would mean delaying all three schools’ modernizations. Each school is a Title I school serving more than 90% Black and Hispanic students. They have also waited for their turns on the PACE modernization ranking system. Whittier ES in particular has endured a building with extensive maintenance problems and cannot be asked to wait any longer. Please allocate the funding to renovate Sharpe Health's currently under-used space and support DCPS's full use of its own building.

Simultaneously, I understand that Briya Public Charter School may be affected by these plans, as they currently occupy a portion of Sharpe. I understand DCPS has proposed alternative options for Briya to relocate to and I support these efforts to keep Briya near the families that they serve. Briya is a good school worthy of our help and I hope we can find a new site that allows them to stay for the long term. Please work with the Mayor and Briya to help them relocate to a new location in our community.

Thank you for your time and support for DCPS and Ward 4 families and schools!

 

Website

The WTU was proud to launch an updated website last week. We hope you’ll check it out at www.WTULocal6.net.

We are collecting your photos and quotes for publication on the website; please send along an image and a quote about what the WTU means to you to [email protected] or via text to 703-904-0000.

For information on walkthroughs of new WTU website, please see the Upcoming Events section below.

 

COVID CORNER

We want to remind everyone that the CDC states, face masks help prevent the spread of Covid.

Please continue to report COVID related issues to the situation room - http://bit.ly/WTUSafeOpenings
And any testing or reporting issues to OSSE (OSSE Online Complaint Form (dc.gov).

 

AM Brew News and Notices will be archived at https://www.wtulocal6.net/AMBrew.

 

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AM Brew - May 2, 2022

Here's What's Brewing Today

Monday, May 2

 

 

The WTU will distribute t-shirts to all members who provided their mailing address and t-shirt size to their Building Representatives. Throughout the week please look out for surprises and more opportunities to celebrate and Teacher Appreciation!

Please wear your t-shirt on Friday May 6th to show unity and solidarity during contract negotiations. We encourage you to post photos on Friday to social media. Please tag @WTUTeacher with #TeacherAppreciationWeek and #AFairContract

 

Counselor’s Unpaid Work Grievance

WTU and DCPS are nearing a settlement of WTU's grievance involving the counselors' unpaid days of work. WTU provided its final edits to the agreement this week and we hope the agreement will be finalized in the coming days. Counselors will receive more information as it becomes available.

 

Simultaneous Instruction – Submit Request for Payment

Due May 3rd

Please complete this required stipend form by Tuesday, May 3rd for all simulcast assignments through Spring Break. This information will be validated by your school leader.  An additional data collection will occur in June if any additional Simulcast assignments in Semester 2.  Payments are expected to occur in Summer 2022.  Please submit the form and include any questions you may have in your submission. 

 

Website - WTULocal6.net

The WTU was proud to launch an updated website last week. We hope you’ll check it out at www.WTULocal6.net. With any website migration, some links may no longer work. If you have trouble finding content or you find a link that is not working, please email [email protected].

The updated website also includes a “Members –only” section, where information confidential to WTU members can be posted. Your Building Representative will be able to provide you a password. You can also receive your password at any of the website informational sessions (see upcoming events section below).

If you have any questions about the website, please contact 703-904-0000 or email: [email protected].

 

Building Elections

The building election packet was sent to Building Representatives, who are responsible for conducting building level elections, last week. Its contents can be found here.

A full list of WTU local school leadership positions and their duties is available here.

WTU ELECTION NEWS

Nomination Petitions have been submitted and the Verification Process has begun!

Upcoming Elections Events/Dates

  • May 5th 6:30pm – MANDATORY Candidates Meeting with Elections Committee (Zoom link will be shared directly with verified candidates).
  • May 10th 4:30pm – WTU’s Representative Assembly – Presidential Candidates will be provided with a few minutes to introduce themselves and their platform at this Rep Assembly Meeting.
  • May 11th 5:30pm – 7:30pm – Candidates Review of Membership List (more information will be shared directly with verified candidates).
  • May 12th 6:00pm – 8:00pm – WTU Elections Committee Candidates Forum (Zoom and Live Streaming). Presidential Candidates will engage in a Q & A discussion about issues raised by you the Members! Please click here to submit questions for the Forum. A flyer with additional information will be shared in the May 9th Morning Brew.
  • May 17th 6:00pm – 8:00pm – WTU Elections Committee Virtual Meet & Greet hosted by Mrs. Denise Rolark Barnes Publisher of The Washington Informer.  Flier with additional information will be shared in the May 9th Morning Brew.

 

Be on the lookout for a Special Edition of the Washington Teacher that shares more information about the Presidential Candidates running in this year’s election. Continue to check election updates through the Morning Brew to receive information about when Ballots should be arriving in the mail.  

As a reminder please email Valerie Kilby at [email protected] with any changes to your personal information especially your mailing address. If you have any questions for the Elections Committee, please email [email protected] or leave a message by calling 202-505-3309. 

 

COVID CORNER

Please continue to report COVID related issues to the situation room - http://bit.ly/WTUSafeOpenings
And any testing or reporting issues to OSSE (OSSE Online Complaint Form (dc.gov).

 

AM Brew News and Notices will be archived at https://www.wtulocal6.net/AMBrew.

 

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Washington Post Opinion: Mayoral control of D.C. hasn’t necessarily improved the schools

April 8, 2022 - Editorial by Jacqueline Pogue Lyons, President, Washington Teachers’ Union

 

Nearly one-third of D.C. schools had heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems that were not working properly earlier this year. Students in some communities didn’t receive computers until weeks into the school year. The city took months to fill vacant covid-19 coordinator and substitute teaching positions. School communities struggle with budgets that fail to provide the basics for their students. Educators were not provided funds to purchase needed classroom supplies until December. These examples should be enough for D.C. to consider changes to mayoral control of our public schools.

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April 6, 2022 - During Budget Season Facilities Remain Item of Concern

“They said they’re trying to make improvements on repair and response time but some things are an emergency,” Lyons said. 

“Elevators aren’t working, which means you have concerns about moving classrooms to where students and staff with special needs have access,” she added.

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AM Brew - April 4, 2022

Here's What's Brewing Today

Monday, April 4, 2022

 

Representative Assembly Meeting - Tuesday, April 5 @ 4:30pm

Building Reps and Delegates please join the meeting with the link you were emailed.

All others, please join via ZoomWebinar ID: 965 7626 2336; Passcode: 019966.

 

April 9th 10-3 - Reading Opens the World Book Palooza & Community Fair

Interested in volunteering? Help sort books April 5-9 and take your books then! To volunteer, sign up at https://bit.ly/3GQrEIf

Download the flyer to learn more.

Descargue el folleto para obtener más información.

 

Teacher Leader Surveys

Please support our Teacher Leaders by completing these surveys.

 

Remembering President Davis

On the anniversary of her passing, we want to remember President Elizabeth Davis. Liz was at the forefront of public education advocacy and reform, leading the WTU’s transformation into a social justice, solution-driven organization dedicated to advancing and promoting quality education for all children, irrespective of their zip codes or results of the school lottery, improving teaching and learning conditions, and aggressively amplifying the voice of teachers in the dialogue around issues of teaching and learning. Her legacy continues to shape the WTU as well as education across the District.

 

ELECTION NEWS

The Washington Teachers’ Union will soon be conducting internal elections for several positions in accordance with the WTU Constitution and By-Laws.

The WTU Elections Website has been updated to include a document detailing the collection process for nomination petitions. Please click here to access this document as well as the Elections Packet (Cover letter, Election Notice and Nominating Petitions). Content may also be accessed through the main WTU Website. 

As the Elections Committee receives questions from members about the nomination and election processes we will continue to update the elections FAQ.

Updates:

Prior to going to the WTU Office to submit petition(s), candidates should call the WTU office to ensure Valerie Kilby or Jasmine Wright is available to receive their petition(s). WTU Main Office number: (202) 517 1477; Valerie Kilby’s direct line (202) 517 0728.

Join the WTU Elections Committee for an Information Session about the Nominations and Petitions Process this Thursday April 7, 2022 from 6:30pm - 7:00pm on Zoom.  Zoom Meeting ID: 810 3075 0676   Passcode: 400544.

This session will be recorded and shared in the Morning Brew.

If you have any questions or concerns for the WTU Elections Committee please email [email protected] or leave a message by calling 2025053309. 

 

COVID CORNER

Please continue to report COVID related issues to the situation room - http://bit.ly/WTUSafeOpenings
And any testing or reporting issues to OSSE (OSSE Online Complaint Form (dc.gov).

 

AM Brew News and Notices will be archived at https://www.wtulocal6.net/AMBrew.

 

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PD Highlights - April 4, 2022

Professional Development

Additional PD highlights are posted to the PD Blog at https://www.wtulocal6.net/pdblog

 

WTU Spring 2022 PD Trainer Search!!!

Here is the APPLICATION to join our team of highly engaging and knowledgeable PD Trainers.

Find out more information about this amazing opportunity at the Spring 2022 WTU Trainer Recruitment Information Session, which will be held virtually April 7, 2022 @ 6:30pm-7:15pm. Please register HERE today!!!!

  • Application Deadline: 4/30 @ 11:59pm
  • There will be opportunities to interview with a panel between 5/1 and 5/13/2022
  • Accepted Applicants will be notified by 5/20/2022.

 

WTU Professional Learning - SPRING 2022 Course Offerings

Sign up now HERE for amazing, engaging, and informative virtual spring professional development with the WTU including these upcoming classes (1 FREE class for new WTU members):

Free WTU PD Workshops:

Learn more and Register for all classes HERE.

 

Donors Choose Information Session (TODAY April 4 @ 6:30-7:30pm via Zoom)

Register HERE to attend a Donors Choose Information Session with Donors Choose Ambassador & DCPS Teacher Claire Battle who has gotten 87 projects funded!!!

 

SAVE THE DATE: 2022 WTU Teacher Leader Virtual Research Symposium (Sat., May 14 @ 9am-2pm)

Register HERE for an amazing lineup of research presentations on topics ranging from mental health to diversity in the curriculum to the certification/licensure process.

 

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PD Highlights - March 28, 2022

Professional Development

Additional PD highlights are posted to the PD Blog at https://www.wtulocal6.net/pdblog

 

WTU Professional Learning - SPRING 2022 Course Offerings

Sign up now HERE for amazing, engaging, and informative virtual spring professional development with the WTU including these upcoming classes (1 FREE class for new WTU members):

Free WTU PD Workshops:

Learn more and Register for all classes HERE.

 

Donors Choose Information Session (April 4 @ 6:30-7:30pm via Zoom)

Register HERE to attend a Donors Choose Information Session with Donors Choose Ambassador & DCPS Teacher Claire Battle who has gotten 87 projects funded!!!

 

SAVE THE DATE: 2022 WTU Teacher Leader Virtual Research Symposium (Sat., May 14 @ 9am-2pm)

Register HERE for an amazing lineup of research presentation on topics ranging from mental health to diversity in the curriculum to the certification/licensure process.

 

Wellness Series with Aetna (all sessions are virtual @ 7:00pm-8:00pm)

Each session below is a one-hour “gift of self care” with unique perspectives and tools. Participants will find value in attending one, a few, or all the sessions to support yourself in creating a robust practice of Self Care.

Use this link to register for all or some of the four sessions:

https://artofliving.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJYkf-mgrD0qEtfZQOKQy_UwiRpBfShnBeLC

  • April 6th Supporting Your Mental Health and Preventing Burnout
  • May 4th Making the Impossible, Possible - Setting and Achieving Your Goals
  • June 8th Courageous Conversations: Healing Conversations about Systemic Racism
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AM Brew - March 28, 2022

Here's What's Brewing Today

Monday, March 28, 2022

 

Social Work Month 2022 -- The Time is Right for Social Work.

For almost 60 years, Social Work Month has helped increase awareness around the profession and champion the cause of social workers. By shining a light on social work, the month long celebration creates an opportunity to improve the lives of social workers and the communities they support in several ways.

 

DC Early EdX

DC Early EdX, held during the D.C. Month of the Young Child, is a virtual event designed by educators for educators. Take the day to decompress, connect with and learn from your peers, raise your voice, and celebrate the important role you play for children, families, and the entire community. DC Early EdX 2022 is free to all participants. Download the flyer here. Register today at dcearlyedx.org!

 

FMLA

If you are waiting to hear back from DCPS about your FMLA request, email your Field Representative and include the date you applied for FMLA.

 

Laptops

If you have not received a laptop or your laptop is more than 3 years old, please complete this form.  WTU Laptop Survey

 

Shoutout to KC Boyd – 2022 School Librarian of the Year

Read more: https://www.slj.com/story/ace-advocate-kc-boyd-is-2022-school-librarian-of-the-year

 

Teacher Leader Surveys

Please support our Teacher Leaders by completing these surveys.

 

ELECTION NEWS

The Washington Teachers’ Union will soon be conducting internal elections for several positions in accordance with the WTU Constitution and By-Laws.

The WTU Elections Website has been updated to include a document detailing the collection process for nomination petitions. Please click here to access this document as well as the Elections Packet (Cover letter, Election Notice and Nominating Petitions). Content may also be accessed through the main WTU Website. As the Elections Committee receives questions from members about the nomination and election processes we will continue to update the elections FAQ.

If you have any questions or concerns for the WTU Elections Committee please email [email protected] or leave a message by calling 2025053309. 

 

COVID CORNER

Please continue to report COVID related issues to the situation room - http://bit.ly/WTUSafeOpenings
And any testing or reporting issues to OSSE (OSSE Online Complaint Form (dc.gov).

 

AM Brew News and Notices will be archived at https://www.wtulocal6.net/AMBrew.

 

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AM Brew - March 21, 2022

Here's What's Brewing Today

Monday, March 21, 2022

 

 

April 9th 10-3 - Reading Opens the World Book Palooza & Community Fair

Interested in volunteering? Help sort books April 5-9 and take your books then! To volunteer, sign up at https://bit.ly/3GQrEIf

Download the flyer to learn more.

 

Highlights from 2022 Shared Vision

Rethinking Children’s Anger: Understanding, Embracing and Retooling Your Interpretation - Google Slides

The Real Supply (Retention) Chain Crisis

 

Teacher Leader Surveys

Please support our Teacher Leaders by completing these surveys.

 

ELECTION NEWS

The Washington Teachers’ Union will soon be conducting internal elections for several positions in accordance with the WTU Constitution and By-Laws.

  1. The WTU Elections Website has been updated to include a document detailing the collection process for nomination petitions. Please click here to access this document as well as the Elections Packet (Cover letter, Election Notice and Nominating Petitions). Content may also be accessed through the main WTU Website. 
  2. As the Elections Committee receives questions from members about the nomination and election processes we will continue to update the elections FAQ.
  3. A text was sent to membership on Wednesday March 16, 2022 informing of the Open Elections Window. If you did not receive a text please ensure your personal information is correct by emailing Ms. Valerie Kilby at [email protected] or calling 202-517-0728. 

 

Notice for Aspiring WTU Presidential Candidates!

If you plan on running for President of the Washington Teachers’ Union, along with your nomination petition(s) please submit the following to the WTU Elections Committee by 5pm Friday April 29, 2022, via emailing [email protected].

  • A professional profile photo (headshot)
  • An official statement not to exceed 150 words that speaks to your professional training teaching experience, union service and a statement of policies you intend to pursue.

    *Please be advised that photos and statements may be returned for resubmission if they do not meet with the above-mentioned guidelines. 

If you have any questions or concerns for the WTU Elections Committee please email [email protected] or leave a message by calling 202-505-3309. 

 

COVID CORNER

February Air Quality report

February-2022—DGS-IAQ-Monthly-Report.pdf (netdna-ssl.com)

Please continue to report COVID related issues to the situation room - http://bit.ly/WTUSafeOpenings
And any testing or reporting issues to OSSE (OSSE Online Complaint Form (dc.gov).

 

AM Brew News and Notices will be archived at https://www.wtulocal6.net/AMBrew.

 

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PD Highlights - March 21, 2022

Professional Development

Additional PD highlights are posted to the PD Blog at https://www.wtulocal6.net/pdblog

 

Share My Lesson’s Virtual Conference Starts TODAY!

With nearly 50 free, for-credit webinars from trusted partners and education professionals, you’ll find engaging sessions that will help you feel re-energized, professionally supported, and set up for success with your students.

The 2022 Virtual Conference offers innovative sessions at no cost to participants—and you still get professional development credit! So, if you aren’t excited yet, check out these tips to ensure you get the most out of your sessions this year.

Choose Your Sessions

  • Share With Your School Team
  • Make Sure the Bottom Toolbar is Visible
  • Utilize the Group Chat Box
  • Ask Questions in the Q&A Widget
  • Do Your Technology Check
  • Answer the Poll Questions So You Don’t Miss Out on PD Credit
  • Rate Your Experience
  • Keep the Conversation Going

Register for All Sessions Now

 

Shout out to WTU PD Instructors!

Tina Bradshaw-Smith, Joy Newman, Eulyn Thomas, and Nadia Torney offered amazing, engaging PD sessions on the DCPS PD Day on 3/11 to approximately 350 DCPS educators. Thank you to our instructors and all our members who participated in their sessions.

 

WTU Professional Learning - SPRING 2022 Course Offerings

Sign up now HERE for amazing, engaging, and informative virtual spring professional development with the WTU including these upcoming classes (1 FREE class for new WTU members):

Free WTU PD Workshops:

Learn more and Register for all classes HERE.

 

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PD Highlights - March 14, 2022

Professional Development

Additional PD highlights are posted to the PD Blog at https://www.wtulocal6.net/pdblog

 

WTU Professional Learning - SPRING 2022 Course Offerings

Sign up now HERE for amazing, engaging, and informative virtual spring professional development with the WTU including these upcoming classes (1 FREE class for new WTU members):

Free WTU PD Workshop:

 

Donors Choose Information Session (April 4 @ 6:30-7:30pm via Zoom)

Register HERE to attend a Donors Choose Information Session with Donors Choose Ambassador & DCPS Teacher Claire Battle who has gotten 87 projects funded!!!

 

Ignite My Future Spring Global Innovations Project

This spring our Global Innovations Project will focus on Green Infrastructure using the Ignite My Future lesson Resilient Cities as a basis for the project. Students will use computational thinking to design solutions to enhance their communities leveraging green infrastructure. Please reach out if you have any questions. More details and info session meeting links will be shared with teachers that register for the project.

  • (Optional) Info session - March 16th
  • Kickoff Meeting for Teachers- March 22nd
  • If you're interested in joining us for this project please register here

 

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