ELA for Elementary Teachers, Grades TK-6. The session on ELA Foundational Skills aims to provide professional development and training to individuals who are interested in acquiring a deeper understanding of these skills and how to implement them effectively. By attending this session, participants can expect to gain a better understanding of the importance of these skills, learn strategies for implementing them in their teaching or work, and explore ways to assess and monitor progress in these areas.
This session is designed to provide secondary teachers with effective strategies for teaching English Language Arts/English Language Development (ELA/ELD) to students in grades 6-12. The session will also emphasize the importance of vertical alignment between grade levels to ensure a smooth transition for students as they progress through the different levels of ELA/ELD instruction. By the end of the session, teachers will be equipped with practical tools and resources to enhance their ELA/ELD instruction and promote student success.
For members who are new or midway through their career
Get a basic understanding of your CalPERS benefits. Learn about how your retirement benefit is calculated, the options you have to set aside money for retirement in addition to your pension, what happens if you pass away or leave your employer before you retire, the importance of having a power of attorney on file, what you can find and do in your myCalPERS account and more.
During this session, attendees will explore the significance of accurate retroactive payroll reporting and the potential impact on employees and the organization. They will gain insights into common scenarios that warrant retroactive adjustments, such as promotions, terminations, missed payments, and benefit plan changes.
In this combined session, participants will gain comprehensive insights into managing their CalPERS retirement enrollment and payroll reporting efficiently using the myCalPERS online platform.
This comprehensive session combines “Business Rules” and “Advanced Membership,” offering participants a holistic understanding of conducting business with CalPERS while adhering to California’s current laws and regulations.
“Documents for Life” is designed specifically for TCSOS employees who want to ensure they have the necessary documentation for their estate planning needs.
During this workshop, we will cover the critical legal documents you should consider putting in place, including advance directives, beneficiary forms, wills, and trusts. Our goal is to provide you with the information you need to make informed decisions about your future and protect your loved ones.
Please note that this workshop is exclusive to TCSOS employees, so you can ask any questions or raise concerns specific to your situation. We understand that estate planning can be a sensitive topic, and we are here to support you every step of the way.
Join us for “Documents for Life” and take the first step towards securing your future. We look forward to seeing you there.
TCSOS is pleased to be hosting a presentation by Dr. Joel Rabin from Inform2Inspire about analyzing and using data to understand student performance and improve student outcomes.
This workshop will be held at TCSOS on Wednesday, May 3, from 3-5 pm in Room 217. This is intended for Superintendents, Site Administrators, Data Managers, and Teacher Leaders.
The main topics to be covered will be:
• Understanding CA School Dashboard scores, what they mean, how close our performance was to receiving higher ratings on the Dashboard, and how our scores compare to others
• Understanding what data analysis means, how to analyze our data effectively, and scheduling data analysis to improve our outcomes
To learn more about Joel’s work, check out his website at: https://www.inform2inspire.com/