The next Aspiring School Leaders Retreat is scheduled to take place April 20-21, 2017 in the Black Hills. The retreat affords attendees an opportunity to learn about leadership roles, reflect on their careers, and consider a pathway leading to administration. It’s main purpose is to serve as a catalyst for ensuring adequate numbers of qualified school leaders in our state.
This year the retreat will be held at the K-Bar-S Lodge near Keystone, an ideal setting for an aspiring school leader to consider future career options in educational administration. The retreat is provided free of charge and lodging and meals will be provided. (Districts are responsible for travel costs to and from the retreat and the costs of a substitute teacher.)
The retreat is limited to 30 participants. Questions about the retreat can be directed to John Swanson at TIE – email@example.com or 394-1876.