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Thursday, April 23


School Administrators Can Create Their Own Website!
Come learn how easy it can be to design and maintain a website as a school administrator. The Adams Central Administrative Team will share how they use their own websites to communicate with students, parents and patrons. Participants will be assisted in starting his/her own site. Bring your computers!


Shawn Scott

Superintendent, Adams Central Public Schools

Thursday April 23, 2015 10:30am - 11:15am
215 - Convention Center


Becoming a Connected Administrator
Yes, you DO have time to be connected as a school administrator. Leveraging the power of social media as a school administrator will pay huge dividends! Come learn how to build a professional learning network that you will learn from every single day. Surround yourself with great ideas, stay up to date on the latest trends and promote the great things happening in your school!


Doug Kittle

Principal, Aurora Huskies

Laura Kroll

Elementary Principal, Exeter-Milligan

Thursday April 23, 2015 11:30am - 12:15pm
215 - Convention Center


Communicating with Stakeholders Through Technology
Do you have a communications plan in place to make sure that you reach all of your stakeholders? This session will be about different applications that are available to school administrators to make it easier to get your message to the right people!


Jane Davis

Superintendent, Hershey Public School

Thursday April 23, 2015 12:30pm - 1:15pm
215 - Convention Center


School Administrators and Social Media
This session will exhibit ways that school administrators can successfully use social media to engage their students, staff, parents, and community.

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Mike Lucas

Superintendent, York Public Schools

Thursday April 23, 2015 1:30pm - 2:15pm
215 - Convention Center


Instructional Rounds on (Free) Steroids
How to use Videonot.es and YouTube to efficiently collaborate with other teachers and administrators during Instructional Rounds saving districts time and money. Keep teachers in the classroom and create a cloud based video library of GREAT teaching (including notes from instructors) in your own district.

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Mike Herzberg

Principal, Grand Island Northwest
Hi, I am in my fifth year as K-8 principal for the Northwest Public Schools in Grand Island, NE. Our building is located in St. Libory, NE which is about 12 miles north of Grand Island. We have about 105 kids and 15 staff members. I spent the first twenty-one years of my educational... Read More →
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Holly Herzberg

Superintendent, Hampton Public School
I am the Superintendent and Director of Assessment in a small, rural school in central Nebraska known as Hampton Public School, home of the hawks! Our current school improvement initiative is focusing on the prioritization of Nebraska's state standards and writing success criteria... Read More →
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Tim Huls

7-12 Principal, Hampton Public School
Trying to make a difference.

Thursday April 23, 2015 2:30pm - 3:15pm
215 - Convention Center


Leading an Elementary Building in a 1:1 Implementation
Implementing a 1:1 program at an elementary school is an exciting time for a school. It also presents a number of challenges for a building leader, from knowing what to watch for during the teacher appraisal process to ensuring that student learning remains the focus rather than the device itself. Learn about the successes, challenges and lessons learned from a building principal's point of view.



Principal, Riley Elementary

Thursday April 23, 2015 3:30pm - 4:15pm
215 - Convention Center