United Way to Hold 2015 Financial and Team Management Forum in October

Jeff Pesek is an elected official for the JS Morton High School District 201 in Cicero, Illinois, and serves as the president of the district’s board of education. Additionally, Jeff Pesek supports his community by remaining a committed sponsor of the United Way, an organization that strives to unite communities and foster quality of life. In October, the United Way will hold its 2015 Financial and Team Management Forum.

A professional growth opportunity that spans three days, the Financial and Team Management Forum serves as a meeting ground for United Way members and affiliates to network and share their knowledge. Its programming track consists of learning opportunities designed to foster community collaboration to implement positive change in the community. Featuring speaker presentations from educational leaders and United Way directors, it combines human resource management, financial, and cross-functional topics.

United Way’s 2015 forum will take place October 5-7 at the Wigwam Resort in Litchfield Park, Arizona. General speakers for this year’s conference include two United Way directors and the founder of Barefoot College in Rajasthan, India.

Advertisements

District 201 Attended 2014 Professional Learning Community Conference

Board of education president and elected official for Illinois’ JS Morton High School District 201, Jeff Pesek provides leadership and policy consultation for the operation of special projects at schools within the district. Jeff Pesek also supports professional learning community (PLC) initiatives and the utilization of PLC models for district improvement. In 2014, District 201 attended the PLC Conference held at the Adlai E. Stevenson High School in Lincolnshire, Illinois.

PLC’s 2014 conference took place on August 4-6, and served as a forum for educational professionals to network and learn from some of the most knowledgeable individuals in the education field. Events at the conference consisted of various workshops and presentations from keynote speakers that focus on strategies to help schools become high-level learning facilities. Approximately 80 District 201 teachers and administrators attended the conference and received professional insight on valuable education tools and resources. The 2015 conference took place on August 3-5.

The PLC movement strives to support collaborative actions among educators and promotes the importance of ongoing professional development.