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Welcome to the registration site for the Spring 2017 CLASS Observation Training (Pre-K).
Location: Growing Futures Early Education Center, 8155 Santa Fe Drive, Overland Park, KS 66204
Dates: April 18-19, 2017
Time: 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM each day; please arrive by 8:15 AM on April 18 for registration
Trainer: Bethanie Grass, M.Ed./ECE|Region VII Training and Technical Assistance
Cost: $320 for members; $360 for non-members
The Kansas Head Start Association will provide lunch and materials as detailed here:
- o Lunch both days (please let me know if you have food sensitivities)
- o Certificate of completion
- o Folder with copies of handouts/presentation slides
- o Name Tags/Tents
- o Materials & services from TeachStone ($175 of the registration cost)
- o CLASS Manual
- o Score Sheets
- o CLASS Observation Training Participant Guide
- o CLASS Master Code Justifications
- o Evaluation Form
- o Subscription to the CLASS Video Library
- o Reliability test
- o Performance report
- o Year-long CLASS Observation Certification (contingent on passing the reliability test)
- o Ongoing Teachstone support
- o myCLASS account
- o Pre-training exercises
Shortly after registration ends, you will receive an email to gain access to the TeachStone website to watch videos and complete other activities that are necessary prior to the day of training.
Hotel reservations are your responsibility and the cost is not covered by KHSA.
You are welcome to bring your own snacks and beverages to the training (the trainers encourage you to bring snacks for the long afternoons!), but please make sure your drinks have covers or caps to protect equipment and furniture from accidental spills.
If you have questions please contact Peggy Kelly at firstname.lastname@example.org or Karen Brichoux at email@example.com or (785) 856-3132
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The Kansas Head Start Association (KHSA) is dedicated to strengthening early learning programs through advocacy, education and leadership. Founded in 1997, KHSA represents all 29 Head Start programs in Kansas, creating a unified voice and point of contact for partners and policymakers.