Rocky Mountain Chapter


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The commitment of the professional membership has been the key to the success of the Association for Learning Environments. We must now build on this tradition by increasing our membership to include sectors now under-represented within the organization. Increasing membership from the communities we serve to include minorities and urban school personnel.


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Chapter Film Screening – “Most Likely to Succeed”

Tuesday, August 29, 2017

Sie Film Center (next to Tattered Cover)
2510 E Colfax, Denver
5:30 Happy hour in the lobby with Cash Bar and Concession Stand
6:45 doors open, 7:00 Screening of film with discussion to follow

$10.00 for A4LE Members and their guests (Member needs to reserve their guests' spots)
$15.00 for non-members
Bring your students free of charge!
Free parking behind the theater

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Join us for a fun and inspirational evening with friends and colleagues at a charming venue and experience a film that is turning our old views of school upside down. This movie has been shown at festivals across the globe including the very prestigious Sundance and Tribeca festivals. It has also been shown at the regional A4LE conference in Salt Lake City this year and the CEI conference at Snowmass last year. It is a fascinating exploration of how kids learn and how our schools may need to change to provide what kids need in our changing world environment. It is a close look at what happens at High Tech High, a school putting project based learning into full practice.

If you want to check out more, go to their web site at www.mltsfilm.org. Be sure to watch the clip about their showing at Sundance to catch the enthusiasm generated by this wonderful group of people.

“Most Likely to Succeed” is a feature-length documentary that examines the history of education in the United States, revealing the growing shortcomings of conventional education methods in today's innovative world. The film explores compelling new approaches that aim to revolutionize teaching as we know it, inspiring school communities to reimagine what students and teachers are capable of doing. To date, “Most Likely to Succeed” has screened for thousands of audiences around the world, igniting conversations and empowering change along the way.

From Director Greg Whiteley (Last Chance U, Mitt,) and Executive Producer Ted Dintersmith (author, Most Likely to Succeed)

Highlights

Chapter Newsletter

August 2017


CEO

Energy Savings for Schools Program

Energy Resources for Rural Schools
Ideas. Support. Savings.
FREE On-site energy and water audits from a team of experts
FREE Evaluation of renewable energy opportunities
FREE Technical support and energy coaching
FREE Implementation support and help identifying existing funding and financing options to get projects completed
FREE Recognition for your school's efforts and opportunities to engage students

Why your school should participate in the Program:
  • Reap tangible energy, water, and cost savings
  • Easy and seamless with minimal school staff requirements
  • Benefit from one-stop-shop services customized for rural schools to get projects implemented
  • Build your energy management knowledge by connecting and exchanging ideas with peer schools
  • Improve your school's learning environment with better lighting, heating, and cooling
  • Be recognized for your efforts and share your story with your community and beyond

Click here for FAQs about the program.

Learn more today! Getting started is easy. To learn more contact the program manager, Susan Blythe.
SBlythe@BrendleGroup.com
970.207.0058 ext: 310
bit.ly/CEOenergysavings

Rocky Mountain Chapter President's Award

The Chapter has renamed the President's Award after the late Bob Matschulat. Bob was an esteemed member of the Association and the Rocky Mountain Chapter.

Colorado lawmakers study school violence, mental health

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