Kentucky Valley Educational Cooperative Round-Up

Kentucky Valley Educational Cooperative



We’re extremely grateful for all the hard work the folks at KVEC have done all week and we want to highlight some of the current and upcoming events.

Dionne Bates, the Implementation and Improvement Lead here at KVEC has been appointed to the advisory board for the Kentucky LEADS Academy. 

The Academy offers scholarships and support for special education teachers that want to advance their education and acquire a Director of Special Education certification.

Congratulations Dionne & Good Luck!

Denny Paul May, the Due Process Consultant at KVEC was chosen by Kentucky Special Parent Involvement Network to lead their next Tuesday Tips webinar. Denny is hosting two webinars in March.
  • March 9th – Denny will give tips for elementary school parents whose kids are transitioning to middle school.
  • March 30th – Denny will give tips for middle school parents whose kids are transitioning to high school.
If you miss the live webinar it will be uploaded to KY-SPIN’s Youtube channel.
Congratulations Denny Paul & Good Luck!
KY-SPIN Parent Center provided training, information, and support for children and youth with all types of disabilities (birth through 26 years old), their parents, families, and professionals.

It is almost that time of the year again, The KVEC 2021 Spring Conference is here!

The available sessions are:

  • PBIS Structures and Awareness -Back to School Basics – March 16, 2021 @ 12:00-1:30 pm
  • Accommodations and Modifications¬† –¬† March 16, 2021 @ 1:30 – 3:00pm
  • Cultivating Staff Social Emotional Learning – March 18, 2021 12:00 – 1:30 pm
  • Emotional Poverty – March 18, 2021 @ 1:30 – 3:00 pm.

Click here to register for the conference

The Exceptional Children Division of KVEC provides support and resources for educators to promote success for students with disabilities.

They host a podcast every week, The Exceptional Educator’s Playbook, and it’s a fantastic resource for teachers. Consider following their Facebook Page¬†to keep up with the tremendous work the Exceptional Children folks have coming down the pipeline!

That is all for this week’s round-up.
Have a good weekend!

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