Sept. 1, 2004
Morningside College will host the
Tri-State Administrators' Conference, formerly the Tri-State
Superintendents' Conference, on Wednesday,
Sept. 29, from 8:00 a.m. - 2 p.m. in the Lincoln Center,
3627 Peters Avenue.
The conference is open
to school administrators from Iowa, Nebraska, and South Dakota.
The conference will include a panel discussion on the "No
Child Left Behind" legislation and other current issues with
presenters Judy Jeffrey, Iowa interim director of education,
Doug Christiansen, Nebraska commissioner of education, and
Rick Melmer, South Dakota secretary of education. Superintendents
of the year, including Lew Finch from Cedar Rapids, Iowa,
Dan Ernst, from Waverly, Neb., and Jack Broome from Burke,
S.D. will also participate in a panel discussion. Kathy Collins,
director of legal services for the School Administrators of
Iowa, will discuss legal issues in education.
The conference is being
sponsored by Morningside College, PLATO Learning, Inc., and
Neumann Monson Wictor Architects. Cost for the conference
is $40 and includes a light breakfast and lunch.
being accepted until Sept. 15. For more information or to
register for the conference, contact Nancy Mounts, director
of the Northwest Iowa Center for Teaching and Learning at
Morningside College, at (712) 274-5139, or e-mail email@example.com.