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Heads' Assistants and Administrative Assistants Retreat
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 Export to Your Calendar 2/8/2019
When: 02/08/2018
8:30 am to 2:30 pm
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Bon Secours Retreat Center
1525 Marriottsville Road
Marriottville, Maryland  20014
United States

Online registration is available until: 2/5/2019
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For once you don’t have to organize anything, just show up in comfortable clothes, be ready to learn, take care of yourself, and network. At this learning retreat we will address managing work and relationships, answer the questions important to you, share techniques to care for yourself during your busy workday, and provide networking time with your colleagues at other schools. Participants will leave with specific strategies to be implemented immediately, techniques for self-care, and a new network/friends.


Tentative Agenda

8:30     Breakfast and Check-in

9:00     Keynote Address:  Ever Feel Like A Concierge? Tips from a Pro!

10:15   Discussion/Action Plans based on presentation/questions

11:00   First Line Security:  Best Practices for Administrative Staff (Jeremy Wojdan)

            With an ever growing concern about school safety, we will explore a balanced approach to school safety using

            simple strategies rather than extreme solutions to keep students safe. 

12:00   Lunch and networking

12:45   Affinity Group Topics (Newbies, New Heads, Social Media Challenges, Technology)

2:00     Closing Remarks & Activity

AIMS Members: $150 (through January 25th) or $175 (After January 25th)
NON AIMS Members: $175 (through January 25th) or $200 (After January 25th)
Please note that NO REFUNDS will be issued for cancellations for this class after January 29th. 


Presenter Info: 


JeremWojdan is a 16-year veteran of the Montgomery County Police Department.  Jeremy has received numerous

commendations and awards highlighting his exceptional performance for investigating and solving thousands of crimes. 

Jeremy served as a School Resource Officer (SRO) for ten years where he facilitated a strong partnership between the

Montgomery County Police Department and Montgomery County Public Schools.



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