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3030 39th Ave, #117
Kenosha, WI 53144 United States

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January 2018

KEA Open House

January 25 @ 3:30 pm - 6:30 pm

We are kicking off the new year by celebrating the official move to our new, permanent office location! We are proudly sharing a building with other labor unions in Room 117 at the Kenosha Union Club located at 3030 39th Ave. We are excited and confident that the space will allow us to continue the important work of supporting and fighting for educators and students in Kenosha. All are invited to come tour the new space and enjoy food, beverages,…

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Substitute Teacher Chat & Chew

January 31 @ 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm

Join us for our first substitute teachers concerns group meeting of the year. All KUSD substitute teachers are welcome and encouraged to attend. Every meeting we will make an effort to include: Educational strategies for interacting with students and creating positive and productive classroom experiences no matter the assignment. Resources to help you communicate with the district, find sub jobs, request placements, and develop yourself as a professional. Group discussion opportunities that allow you to meet fellow subs, share personal advice…

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February 2018

ESP Chat & Chew

February 13 @ 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm

 Enjoy time to connect with colleagues and share personal advice and experiences, receive updates about issues that affect you, and have group discussion about teaching and learning issues and concerns. Note: This event is open to all paraprofessionals, noon-hour supervisors, security guards, and parent liaisons employed by KUSD. 

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March 2018

Gender Inclusive Schools 201: From Perspectives to Practice

March 7 @ 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm

Brian Juchems from GSAFE is back and ready to dive deeper into exploring the day-to-day practices that work to build gender inclusive classrooms and schools.  Using a gender inclusive framework he will guide attendees through personal, structural, interpersonal, and instructional entry points that provide concrete actions and strategies for supporting and including transgender and non-binary students. *Attendees who did not attend the 101 session are still welcome and encouraged to attend.* 

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