Monthly Announcements

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I hope everyone had a great week at the NAAE Convention. I know I had an amazing time getting to interact with Region IV members and other professionals from across the nation, help recognize our outstanding members through awards, and attend the best professional development conference available to us.


Just a few followup reminders which need to be addressed:

1) A copy of the power point and minutes have been posted on the CoP page.

2) If you have not already identified who the new committee person will be, please make sure to contact Jeff Voris at The committee member will then need to access the NAAE website (Members - Committees | National Association of Agricultural Educators) and complete the MOU and application.  Everything will be submitted online through the SurveyGizmo. All new committee paperwork must be completed by December 31st. If a member is interested in serving as a committee chair or secretary, please make sure to complete that MOU also. 

3) Letters of appreciation will be sent to identified individuals in the next 2 weeks.  If you have not identified on the form, please do so ASAP. A QR code to the form is included in the power point on CoP.


Region IV Conference will be held June 23-25, 2020 in Bardstown, KY. As additional information is available, I will make sure to post the forms on CoP and also send out through e-mail. I have confirmed with Ellen Thompson we will have pre-service teacher professional development.  We are planning on 2 professional development sessions focusing on a Q & A Teachers Panel and Classroom Management. This sessions will be held concurrently with our committee meetings on Tuesday afternoon.  Pre-service teachers will then be able to attend tours and the business session on Wednesday and Thursday.


Again,  I hope everyone had a great 71st NAAE Convention in Anaheim to recharge and refresh to make an impact on our students.