March 8, 2017
Shovel Ready 6
This is a rapid fire presentation where each speaker is allowed 6 slides with 6 minutes to give project highlights. "Shovel Ready 6" implies that this was a bond project where design was started at the risk of passing a bond to construct the building or addition. At the point the bond passed, the project could start. Speakers will offer thoughts for how the project was approached, how they worked with the district to make it happen, and how the process worked.
|4:00 - 4:46 pm||Schools Next Students
|4:46 - 5:06 pm||Networking
|5:06 - 5:16 pm||Announcements & Introductions
|5:16 - 5:56 pm||Presentations|
|5:56 - 6:36 pm||Questions and Networking|
|Aurora Public Schools, Mracek|Aurora Hills||Amy Spatz, Aurora Public Schools|
|Aurora Public Schools, Vista Peak||RTA|
|St. Vrain, Elementary School 27||Adele Willson, HCM|
|BVSD, Eldorado K-8||Ben Brabec, MOA|
|BVSD, Erie PreK-8||Brooke Schubert, Cuningham Group|
|Roaring Fork, PreK-8||Anne Weber, BWG|
Members and guests must check in at arrival
There will be COMPLIMENTARY valet parking
DATE: March 8, 2017
TIME: 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
LOCATION: Tandus Centiva Showroom
1520 Market Street, Denver
LEARNING UNITS: AIA
Click here to register online.
THANK YOU to our Sponsor!
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2017 Southwest Region Conference
March 21-24, 2017
Radisson Hotel Salt Lake City Downtown
Salt Lake City, Utah
Southwest Region Foundation
2017 Scholarship Application Package
This scholarship provides financial assistance for one or more individuals residing in the Southwest Region states to attend the Regional Conference March 21-24th Salt Lake City UT.
Preference will be given to those who have not attended a Annual Conference in the recent past due to financial burden. The maximum amount of this scholarship is $245.00 and may be applied to conference registration. Incidental expenses such as meals not covered by the conference fee and ground transportation are not included in this scholarship.
Download the Application Package
Deadline for entries: March 14, 2017
Energy Savings for Schools Program
Energy Resources for Rural Schools
Ideas. Support. Savings.
Why your school should participate in the Program:
||On-site energy and water audits from a team of experts
||Evaluation of renewable energy opportunities
||Technical support and energy coaching
||Implementation support and help identifying existing funding and financing options to get projects completed
||Recognition for your school's efforts and opportunities to engage students
Click here for FAQs about 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
Learn more today! Getting started is easy. To learn more contact the program manager, Susan Blythe.
970.207.0058 ext: 310
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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