The 39th Annual NYS Middle School Association Conference October 24-26, 2019 Call for Presenters Verona, NY
Call For Presenters
As part of the 39th Annual NYS Middle School Association Conference, 50 minute middle level education and program focused practitioner workshops will be scheduled throughout the day, Friday October 25, 2019. Individuals or groups are invited to submit a Call for Presenters application. The Conference will be held at Vernon-Verona-Sherill Middle School, Vernon, New York.
Please note that if your presentation is accepted you MUST register for the conference. Please go to
for more information and upcoming news on the conference.
Applications are due by August 1, 2019
If you have any questions, prefer a PDF form, or paper copy, please email Monica Kwiatkowski at
c/o Cuba-Rushford Middle School 5476 Route 305 N Cuba, NY 14727 Phone: 585-968-2650 Fax: 585-968-2651
Presentations must be web based or flash drive. Internet access, Smartboard, digital projectors, speakers, and computer workstation will be provided.
Are you in need of any specialty technical support? (multiple users on a website, individual log ins for a site, additional tech support other than basic wifi, projector, and teacher computer station)
Name of primary presenter:
Co-Presenter (s) and titles if applicable
Primary email address contact
Additional email addresses - of co-presenters/ back up email
Do you have a current NYSMSA membership?
Are you a trade exhibitor?
Are you planning on bringing any middle-level students with you?
Title of Proposed Presentation
Abstract (for inclusion of the program. Please limit to 50 words or less.)
Focus Area of PresentationPlease check all that apply
Middle Level Classroom Best Practices
Essential Elements: Schools to Watch
Middle Level Academic Excellence
Developmentally Responsive Middle School Programs
Social Equity within a Middle School
Middle Level School Organization and Structure
Middle Level Leadership
College and Career Readiness
Data Driven Instruction
Middle Level Guidance
Response to Intervention
Students with Exceptionalities
Please check ONE Essential Element of Standards-Focused Middle Level Schools and Programs that your presentation most directly addresses
For more information on the Essential Elements, please go to
A Philosophy and Mission that reflect the intellectual and developmental needs and characteristics of young adolescents.
An Educational Program that is comprehensive, challenging, purposeful, integrated, relevant, and standards-based.
An Organization and Structure that support both academic excellence and personal development.
Classroom Instruction appropriate to the needs and characteristics of young adolescents provided by skilled and participation, and partnerships.
Strong Educational Leadership and a building administration that encourage, facilitate, and sustain involvement, participation, and partnerships.
A Network of Academic and Personal Support available for all students.
Professional Learning and Staff Development for all staff that is ongoing, planned, purposeful, and collaboratively developed.
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