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Open Enrollment 101 Decreasing the overwhelm about school choice

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Kanesha will cover and discuss:
-feeling external pressure on finding the “perfect” school
-identifying school criteria specific to their child and families’ needs
-talking with educators during open enrollment events
-nurturing mixed emotions and energy brought on by change
-resources that can frame a family’s school choice decision-making process so they are not buying into the competitive nature of open enrollment
-Q & A time for participants

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Open Enrollment 101 Decreasing the overwhelm about school choice

  1. 1. Open Enrollment 101 Decreasing the overwhelm about school choiceKanesha Baynard, Educator and Professional Coach, will provide practical tips and tools tohelp families create a low-anxiety plan so they can approach the 2013 Open Enrollmentprocess with confidence. Where: Bean and Berry Coffee Shop I wanted to thank you so much for your (slightly south of Spice China) help the other day! I feel lucky that I was 305 McCaslin Boulevard , Louisville able to speak to a parent and an education (720) 328-6890 expert at the same time. I appreciate the information that you provided and your words of wisdom regarding both the open When: Thursday, November 15, 2012 enrollment process and school years in From 9:30am-11:00am general. I particularly love the idea of ‘homework time’ for the whole family! Investment: $15/person -L.H. / one-on-one parenting coaching call Registration: http://tinyurl.com/d5vbajsKanesha will cover and discuss:• feeling external pressure on finding the “perfect” school• identifying school criteria specific to their child and families’ needs• talking with educators during open enrollment events• nurturing mixed emotions and energy brought on by change• resources that can frame a family’s school choice decision-making process so they are not buying into the competitive nature of open enrollment• Q & A time for participantsKanesha Baynard is a veteran educator (k-12 and university level), professional coach, speaker, and blogger. Her opencommunication style has contributed to her success as an effective leader. Kanesha thrives on building systems that allowher to focus on the present and apply relevant past experiences to successfully work through problems or conflicts.Kanesha’s warm energy creates a space for people to learn, grow, and thrive. Learn more about her work atwww.KaneshaBaynard.com.

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