How local schools transformed and what it means for the future to be examined during free event on Friday, May 22.
|Dr. Karen Chester will moderate an upcoming webinar tackling the issues of educating during a pandemic.|
COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) shut down schools throughout the commonwealth, turned countless homes into classrooms and dramatically changed K-12 education. Now, the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce is hosting a free webinar examining how local districts rose to the challenge and implemented new systems for staff, students and families that kept learning and the preparation of our future workforce top of mind.
The event will bring together several speakers with varying perspectives as they examine how schools continue to function and what it means for the future of K-12 education.
Featured speakers for the event include:
Amy Razor, Executive Director, Northern Kentucky Cooperative for Educational Services (NKCES)
David Rust, Superintendent, Campbell County Schools / President, NKCES
Jason Steffen, Principal, Mary A. Goetz Elementary (Kenton Co.)
Erika Bowles, Principal, Ballyshannon Middle School (Boone Co.)
Julia Pile, Boone Co. Schools Board of Education member and parent
Juli Russ, Highlands Student and Regional Youth Leadership Class of 2019
The event will be moderated by Dr. Karen Cheser, Superintendent of Fort Thomas Independent Schools and GROW NKY College and Career Readiness Pillar Lead on behalf of Northern Kentucky Cooperative for Educational Services.
The webinar is offered free of charge, as is all NKY Chamber-related programming for the foreseeable future to ensure valuable information is available during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Pre-registration, however, is required. To register for the event or more information, visit www.nkychamber.com/events/
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