Save the Date and Join Us for Two Days of Powerful Learning at Issaquah High School!
This two-day summer conference, sponsored by the Center for Collaborative Support districts, will focus on best practices that support powerful learning for students, assessment, leadership, and technology.  

Meet Our 2017 Keynote Speakers

Dr. Caprice Hollins--August 16
Born and raised in Seattle, Dr. Hollins received a B.A. in psychology from Seattle University and
M.A. and Psy.D. degrees in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis in Multicultural and Community Psychology from California School of Professional Psychology―LA.

She has over 20 years of experience researching, studying, and working with ethnically diverse populations. Her experience includes opening and Directing the Department of Equity & Race Relations for Seattle Public Schools. Dr. Hollins is currently an Affiliate Professor of Counseling at The Seattle School of Theology & Psychology. She works hard to balance her passion and commitment to equity and social justice while at the same time raising a family with her husband, Gary Hollins.

Suzy Pepper Rollins--August 17
Suzy Pepper Rollins, author of Learning in the Fast Lane, is a passionaSuzy Pepper Rollinste lifelong educator whose mission is to create academic success for all learners by instilling instructional practices that provide widespread accessibility to the curriculum. Her mantra: Every child, every day, every way. 

Formerly the remedial education coordinator for Cobb County Schools in Marietta, Georgia, Suzy currently consults across the country. As the founder of Fast Lane Learning, she constructed and implemented Math in the Fast Lane, a research-based, high-impact framework for math success, and Planet Literacy, a series of professional development courses that build content literacy in conjunction with Common Core literacy standards and help students develop effective reading traits and vocabulary.
Registration Is Open! 
The conference is free for member districts (Issaquah, Riverview, Snoqualmie Valley, Tahoma). 

For non-member districts and substitutes, the fee is $50 ($5 for clock hours). Registration for substitutes and non-member districts opens June 30.

Conference sessions are being scheduled now. As soon as we have everything slotted, we'll post a link to the conference schedule. 

Each district handles registration differently. Click on you district's link below and you will be taken to your district's registration portal.

Conference Schedule At-a-Glance
 August 16  August 17
 8:00 Check-in  8:00 Check-in
 8:30-9:45 Keynote  8:30-9:45 Keynote
 10:00-11:15 Session 1  10:00-11:15 Session 4
 11:15-12:30 Lunch  11:15-12:30 Lunch
 12:30-1:45 Session 2  12:30-1:45 Session 5
 2:00-3:15 Session 3  2:00-3:15 Session 6
Earn up to 10 clock hours. 

Conference Strands
  • Assessment for Learning
  • Content Area Standards in the Classroom
  • Cultural Competency
  • Instructional Best Practices
  • Leadership for Powerful Learning 
  • Social-Emotional Learning
  • Technology for Learning, Creativity, and Productivity