Parent EdCamp Presentations

  • Below are links to the presentations made at the September 19, 2018 Parent EdCamp by topic group.  To view the presentation, just click on the link in the title of the presentation.

     

    Conversations with the Leadership Team:

    Support Staff Role in Educating Children: Presented by:  Rob Travis, Manager. Transporation Department and Angie Sellars, Manager, Food Service and Child Nutirtion

    Learning About Athletic Opportunties:  Presented by:  Todd Hodkey, Athletic Director

    Trauma Informed Care:  Presented by:  Dr. Kris Quallich, Assistant Superintendent

    Strategic Planning:  What's Up Next for Medina City Schools:  Presented by:  Amy Busby, Director of Community Relations

     

    A Culture of Learning:  What

    Inquiry in the Math Classroom:  Grades 6-12:  Presented by:  Christina Hamman and Medina High School and middle school teachers

    What is a Makerspace?  Presented by:  Shannon Conley, Assistant Principal, Claggett Middle School and Karen McGinty, Principal, Garfield Elementary

    What's New in Elementary Math?  Presented by:  Traci Swantek, Debbie Hicks, and Mary Jo Morgan

    STEM in the Middle School-What is Project Lead the Way (PLTW)  Presented by:  Matt Mattie, Assistant Director of Instruction

     

    College and Career Preparation

    Test Prep and College Entrance Exams:  Suggested Audience Grades 9-12  Presented by:  Sarah Grether, School Counselor, Medina High School

    $$$ and Sense:  A Look at College Financial Aid:  Suggested Audience:  Grades 9-12  Presented by: Kristi Cavalier and Dan Senften, school counselors, Medina High School

    Job Opportunities in Medina County:  Suggested Audience:  Grades 9-12 Presented by:  Kathy Breitenbucher, Business Development Manager, Medina County Economic Development Corporation

    AP vs CCP:  What is the Difference?  Presented by:  Jeff Harrison and Alex Musselman

    A Look at the Career Center Programming:  Presented by: Christopher Kalina, M.A. Ed, GCDF, Enrollment Coordinator and Associate School Liason, Medina County Career Center leadership team.

    Career Readiness in the 21st Century  Presented by:  Carrie Schreck, Medina High School College and Career Counselor

    Financial Literacy  Presented by:  Erin Vleugels, social studies teacher, Medina High School

     

    Specialized Populations

    Responding to Challenging Behavior:  How to Change Our Behavior So Students Will Change Theirs: Suggested Audience:  Grades K-12  Presented by:  Gina  Trush

     

    Technology

    Social Media 101 for Parents:  Suggested Audience:  Grades K-12  Presented by:  Ryan O'Cull, Director of Technology, Medina City Schools

     

    Wellness

    Helping Your Child Manage Stress and Anxiety:  Suggested Audience:  Grades Pre K-12  Presented by:  Julia Copley, school counselor  

    Kids and Vaping:  What You Need to Know:  Suggested Audience:  Grades 6-12  Presented by:  Ron Blue, prevention coordinator, Medina High School

    What is ALICE?  How Are We Keeping Kids Safe at School  Presenter:  Andy Brenner, principal, Medina High School and Officer Mike Wesner, Resource Office, Medina High School