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The Premier Learning Opportunity for New Mexico’s Out-of-School Time Providers
The Fall into Place conference is offered for only $50 by the New Mexico Out-of-School Time Network (NMOST) in partnership with 21st Century Community Learning Centers, and the New Mexico Public Education Department.
Breakout session tracks: Health Nutrition & Physical Activity, Youth Voice & Culturally Responsive Practices, Social & Emotional Learning (SEL), Family Engagement & Community Partnerships, Program Design & Staff Development, Administration & Organizational Development, STEAM, Community Schools, and Beyond the Bell Toolkit. See the Agenda-at-a-Glance for the workshop lineup.
New Mexico Lieutenant Governor Howie Morales:
Lieutenant Governor Howie Morales was raised in Silver City, New Mexico, and has spent his whole life working to improve the lives of people in his community and across our state.
Deputy Secretary of Academic Engagement and Student Success Katarina "Kata" Sandoval, Ed. M.:
Kata Sandoval has worked in education for more than two decades, including more than 10 years as a classroom teacher. She recently served as the Senior Director of Academics and School Performance for the Native American Community Academy, implementing K-12 program development. Deputy Secretary Sandoval rose through the ranks to serve in administration, primarily with the state’s largest school district, Albuquerque Public Schools, including serving as Chief Academic Officer and Associate Superintendent. She brings experience in bilingual education and currently serves on the board of Dual Language Education of New Mexico. Deputy Secretary Sandoval holds a bachelor’s from Stanford University and a master’s in education from Harvard University.
Dr. Gale K. Gorke:
A dynamic speaker, trainer, and author, Gale is a veteran educator in the public school system for nearly 30 years. Specializing in both elementary and secondary levels, she has impacted the lives of hundreds of thousands of students, teachers, and administrators.