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2021 ISN Conference & WRCCS School Development Day
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Wednesday, April 14 • 1:00pm - 1:50pm
WRCCS Micro-credential: Community Engagement (Class Act Charter School)

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WRCCS Micro-credential:  Community Engagement
The charter school has intentional practices around connecting with their community and local resources in a meaningful way that is mutually beneficial and purposeful. The school clearly serves its community and is able to express such.
WRCCS Competencies:
  • Governance Board: Community Engagement: Creates/refines plan for how to engage community partners and volunteers in collaborating with your school
  • Leadership: Community Engagement: Designs/communicates goals, mission, and accountability measures (transparent to all constituents)
  • Leadership: Equity: Elicits staff input and feedback on the perceived greatest student need(s) and school improvement priorities (discuss results publicly)
  • Classroom:  Culture: Develops/implements mechanisms for including all stakeholders; parents, students, staff, and community in developing a positive supportive student learning culture

Defenders(Presenter): Paula Zwicke & Travis Augustine 
Reviewer(s): Colleen Tim, Angie Anderson, Tequila Kurth, Michellea Millis, Deborah-Eve Lombard
Facilitator: Shane Krukowski

WRCCS Micro-credential 
Come witness the launch of WRCCS Micro-credentials! Planning, opening, and sustaining a successful Wisconsin Charter school requires a ton of commitment, a bunch of learning, and a whole lot of community building. WRCCS Micro-credentials is an opportunity for charter schools to highlight specific strengths, skills, and merits of specific charter schools, elevate their profile in their community, and help other Wisconsin charter schools locate experts in the field. Come learn and gain access to artifacts of success as charter schools from around the state defend a WRCCS Micro-credential live. If you are interested in playing a more active role and want to be a reviewer please click here.  See the full WRCCS Micro-credential process here. Specific defenses will be announced as we get closer.

Speakers
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Paula Zwicke

Teacher/Advisor, Class ACT
Paula has been an advisor at Class ACT since 2009 and a teacher in the Chequamegon/Park Falls School District since 2000. She has a BS in English Secondary Education from Northland College, Ashland, WI, a Master of Arts in Education from Saint Mary's University of Minnesota, an alternative... Read More →
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Travis Augustine

Teacher/Advisor, Class ACT
Travis Augustine - Class ACT Charter School, Park Falls, WI. I enjoy learning new things by getting my hands dirty which is exactly what I get to do at Class ACT. This last year I have spent a lot of time unlearning things, and learning how to develop meaningful relationships with... Read More →

Facilitators
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Shane Krukowski

Co-founder, Headrush
Shane Krukowski is a heutagogy geek, former PBL advisor, and wannabe accordion player. He’s designed, launched, and helped many organizations implement various software platforms, including co-founding Headrush Learning. He was a catalyst for the edCamp movement and has been host... Read More →


Wednesday April 14, 2021 1:00pm - 1:50pm CDT