District and Program Lead Support
Information for District Leaders in the SEWNTP consortium, as well as a listing of offerings geared towards district leaders.
Program Lead Information
The Program Lead is the critical link between the consortium district and the SEWNTP Leadership Team
In-District consultation by SEWNTP director, associate director, and/or administrator liaison to meet individual district needs.
Please contact us to schedule a consultation:
- Jonathan Dunn, Co-Director, SEWNTP
- Bonni Haber, Principal Liaison, SEWNTP
District Council Meetings
The SEWNTP District Council is represented by two persons from each member district (one lead mentor-teacher, the second the administrator principally in charge of induction). It meets four times during the school year to collaborate to address district induction needs.
2013-2014 Meeting Dates
- September 24, 2013
- November 12, 2013
- January 28, 2014
- March 11, 2014 - NEW DATE
Principal Network Forums
These forums are designed to support principals and assistant/associate principals in promoting and utilizing effective induction strategies within their schools and district.
Loacation: School District of Greenfield's District Office- North Board Room
Role of the Principal in Supporting High Quality Teacher Induction
The purpose of this 1/2 day workshop is to support principals,assistant principals, and other district administrators to determine effective strategies to help new teachers thrive in a high quality induction program.
Please see our flyer for more information.
Superintendent/ Head of School/ President and Program Lead Breakfast
Designed for the consortium superintendents/ heads of school and Program Leads to dialogue about how the consortium and districts can best support each other to better meet district's induction needs.
District Induction Team Workday
Designed for educational leaders in a district who are responsible for the philosophy, design, and implementation of district's induction program, this workshop allows our districts to learn from each other on ways to build and sustain an effective district induction/mentoring program.
Intended Audience: The educational leaders in a district who are responsible for the philosophy, design, and implementation of a district's induction program. It is suggested to send a team of 5-7 people.
This workday is held at the Cardinal Stritch University Main Campus, 6801 N Yates Rd, Milwaukee, WI 53217
- May 13, 2014; 8 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Principal Induction Program
This program includes an interactive series of workshops for new principals and their mentors, and is designed to provide school site administrators with the skills and processes necessary to successfully lead in their schools. For more information about these events, please call Pang Xiong at (414) 410- 4374 or visit their website.