November 2020
The holiday season is right around the corner and 2020 is coming to an end, but there are still a couple of trainings kicking off before the calendar year closes out. We've also put together an overview of the Academic Strand offerings to give you a better visualization of the track a typical school may take when they embark on their NDMTSS journey.

Nov. 23-24 | Boosters: Jan. 12, Jan. 26, Feb. 9, March 1 | Modeling: March 2021

Virtual Series
Begins Dec. 3 for 6-session series

Virtual Series
Jan. 4 & Jan. 21

Suspended at this time.

Data Review Days
Pre-Requisites of Academic Pathways and Evaluating Your System
ON HOLD - Watch for Spring 2021

Scroll down for detailed information and registration links for these opportunities + look into the fall and find more opportunities coming that you can register for today.

If there is something you view as a high-priority NEED but don't see below, please reach out to us via this easy form so we can connect your need with the appropriate staff to find a way to support you and your team!
Visualizing and Understanding the NDMTSS Academic Strand. 

We know that building a NDMTSS system is not an easy task and that it can and will look different across the state based on district size, staff, communities, etc. BUT we know that through the strands that have been developed we have dedicated team members and highly-qualified consultants to help support and guide you to developing, installing, and continually improving a system that works for you and that brings success to ALL your students.

The image below provides a better visual of the Developing an Academic System of Supports strand and the courses most schools/districts go through over the course of approximately three years depending on what may already be in place. The courses build upon one another and take a school/district NDMTSS Leadership Team through Stages of Implementation: Exploration, Installation, Initial Implementation, and Full Implementation/Sustainability.

ND SEL Network
Collaborative space to share experiences, celebrate successes and problem solve perceived barriers.

"As Superintendent of Minot Public Schools, I am grateful to have the opportunities made available through the ND SEL Network. The Network design allows participating schools to receive planning, training, and coaching to advance district work based on specific needs. MPS will only get better because of the well-defined and scaffolded ND SEL Network framework."

- Dr. Mark Vollmer, Minot Public Schools
Jennifer Glasheen
South East Education Cooperative
Lyndsi Engstrom
Central Regional Education Association