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To create healthy and engaging learning environments, we need to give students what they need to succeed. On Friday, March 3, we’ll shine a spotlight on comprehensive approaches to a healthy school culture that contributes to student success.
This premier school health and wellness professional learning event brings Colorado educators, students, parents, business leaders, and education partners together from across the state.
Together we will:
- Celebrate the 2017 Healthy School Champions – innovative schools who implement coordinated approaches to school health and wellness to support student learning.
- Discover educational strategies that promote student growth and educator success in breakout sessions.
- Collaborate and network with your education peers and experts in the field to better meet the needs of Colorado schools and students.
Friday, March 3, 2017
7:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Sheraton Denver West Hotel
360 Union Boulevard
Lakewood, CO 80228
Free to attend!
The 2017 Colorado Healthy Schools Summit registration has reached capacity.
If you are a 2017 Health School Champion winner that has not yet registered, contact Holly Haynes.
Travel reimbursements available to those who qualify.
Note: The Healthy Schools Summit
room block closes February 23, 2017.
Agenda at a Glance
Contact Katie Terrazas Hoover
The Colorado Education Initiative
2017 Keynote Presenters:
Kristen Hyde, Assistant Principal, College View Elementary School
Kristen has 20 years of experience in education — 16 as a teacher, three as a coach, and one as an assistant principal. She is originally from Cleveland, Ohio, and has lived in Colorado for 24 years. Kristen has a Master of Education in History from the University of Colorado–Boulder and a Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education from John Carroll University in Ohio.
Alejandra Terrazas graduated from Arvada High School as an AP/honors scholar with distinction in 2015. The recipient of a Gates Millennium Scholarship, Alejandra is now a second-year student at the University of Denver, double majoring in Marketing and Communication Studies with a minor in Spanish. Mexican born and Denver raised, Alejandra holds an E-board position on the Latino Student Alliance, participates in the Undergrad Student Government’s Diversity Committee, and is a member of Sigma Lambda Gamma National Sorority, Inc. (a Latina based, multicultural sorority).
Sean Wybrant, Colorado Teacher of the Year
As a Career and Technical Education teacher at William J. Palmer High School, in Colorado Springs District 11, Sean collaborates with colleagues, students, and families to create a school culture of respect and success.