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Trinity University is proud to offer professional learning opportunities to the San Antonio education community that are value-added to the ongoing support and development that you provide to the professional staff in your districts. Your district’s annual membership in the Center for Educational Leadership and some continued philanthropic support provide the funds so that we can continue to offer excellent programs for your district administrators and teachers. The fee each district pays is based on the size of the district as measured by student enrollment.
Please take advantage of as many of the following offerings as you can and encourage your staff to join us for these learning opportunities as well. We are grateful for your partnership and participation and welcome your ideas and feedback on our programming at any time. We hope to see you and educators from your district at our events in the near future. For additional information, contact the Center for Educational Leadership at cel [at] trinity.edu.
These monthly meetings provide an informal forum for the superintendents from across the region to come together, discuss pressing issues, and to interact with local business, community and philanthropic leaders. The meetings dates and topics are scheduled as follows:
Meetings are scheduled from 12:00 noon till 1:30 p.m. with lunch provided.
Each year, Trinity University hosts the Trinity Prize and recognizes the Teacher of the Year from each member district. This year, the Trinity Prize Award Ceremony will be held on Friday, April 17, in the Ruth Taylor Concert Hall at 4:30 p.m. with a reception following in the Dicke Smith Foyer.
An optional category has been added this year sponsored and selected by the leadership at Whataburger. The What A Teacher award will be presented at the winner’s campus during a surprise presentation.
Each year, Trinity University hosts an exciting slate of speakers for members of the CEL educational community.
This series is still in the planning stages so additional information will be shared with you when plans are solidified.
The GT Consortium Lecture Series consists of nationally respected speakers and fulfill G.T. teachers’ 6-hour annual training requirements and CPE credits. The February 7 National Speakers Series with Sandra Kaplan will fulfill the GT requirement.
Saturday Morning Experience is an enrichment program for creative young people in grades one through eight. Approximately 160 children participate in the program, which consists of classes that emphasize experiential, hands-on learning. Trinity undergraduate students, who serve as mentors, conduct these classes that span and integrate the disciplines of English/Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, and Fine Arts. This program provides enrichment during one Saturday per month for gifted students in grades 1-8. Two scholarships are offered to the Saturday Morning Experience Enrichment Program for students from each district that is a member of the Center for Educational Leadership. The dates for 2019-20 school year are: Sept. 14; Oct. 19; Nov. 2, 16; Feb 1, 22; Mar. 21; April 4; and May 2.
Provides a monthly opportunity for new, returning and aspiring assistant principals to participate in a sequenced learning program focused on instructional leadership, school culture building and data-driven decision-making. The sessions are facilitated by former principals and leadership consultants in the San Antonio region.The dates for the AP Cohort are Sept. 18, Oct. 16,Nov. 2, Jan. 15, Feb. 19 and Mar. 25. Meetings are held in the Fiesta Room in the Coates Center from 8:00 am – 3:30 pm.
Several book studies are scheduled in the Holt Center, Room 200 at 5:00 – 6:30 pm. Copies of the book and refreshments will be provided. Enrollment is limited to 20 people.