NYC High School Health Education, Physical Education and Athletics Conference Call for Programs Application
If you are interested in presenting at the NYC High School Health Education, Physical Education and Athletics Conference on Monday, January 28, 2019, at Progress High School in Brooklyn, please complete the Call for Programs Applications below. Once completed, click the submit button at the bottom of the form and a confirmation will be emailed to you.

NYS AHPERD is working in partnership with the NYC Department of Education; if you have questions, please call Jessica Synenki, NYS AHPERD Conference Director, at (315) 823-1015.

Lead Presenter's Name *
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Preferred Mailing Address? *
Lead Presenter's School, District, University or Company *
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Lead Presenter's Email Address *
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Preferred Mailing Address *
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Lead Presenter's Cell Phone Number *
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Program Title *
(No longer than 10 words)
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Program Description *
Three grammatically correct and descriptive sentences highlighting what the program is about. Describe the interconnections between your program and the improvement of curriculum, instruction and assessment practices. Please note, this description will be used online and in the Conference Program; we ask that you be sure to proof your work.
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Area Presentation Is Primarily Related To *
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Type of Presentation *
Room Setup Requirements *
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Please List 3 Program Objectives: *
As a result of attending this session, participants will...
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Additional Presenter 1
Please include the additional presenter's school district, university or company name also.
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Additional Presenter 2
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Additional Presenter 3 (if you have more than 3, please send a separate email to Jessica Synenki at jsynenki@nysahperd.org)
Please include the additional presenter's school district, university or company name also.
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