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Envision a Bright Future at Thriving Schools, Panorama’s 2022 Virtual Summit

“What does it mean for school communities to thrive?” 

On February 15th, 2022, Panorama will hold its third virtual summit, Thriving Schools. This free, all-day event will bring educators together from across the country to learn from and support each other as together we envision our collective journey to building thriving schools

You’ll hear from leading K-12 experts and practitioners on how to build education spaces through social-emotional learning, multi-tiered systems of support (MTSS), family partnerships, and trauma-informed practices.

Register now for Panorama's free Virtual Summit: Thriving Schools

 

Inspiring Speakers and Real-World Strategies 

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At this year’s Virtual Summit, hear from passionate speakers and leaders in the education space, including: 

Learn more about the speakers and explore the agenda.

 

Envisioning Thriving School Communities

These past few years have both challenged us and taught us the importance of prioritizing empathy, relationships, and social-emotional learning (SEL) to reach students. Now, we look to take those learnings forward to create schools and districts that truly thrive. 

The summit aims to provide an opportunity for K-12 educators to engage in ongoing learning and reflection about how we can gather and empower our school communities—including partnering with students and families. At the summit, we can:

  • Learn from others in the field
  • Share best practices
  • Celebrate wins and successes
  • Reflect on what it means for schools to “thrive”

We know that our school communities work best when everyone works together, and we hope you will join us on this bold journey towards ensuring a thriving future for our schools and districts. 

Register now for Panorama's free Virtual Summit: Thriving Schools!

 

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