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IEI: Regional Retreats

Regional & Custom Workshops


In addition to our twice-yearly National Summits, IEI partners with district leaders, local education agencies, and organizations to host regional workshops throughout the year. If you have an idea for a workshop, get in touch.
 

Each Retreat will follow the same general schedule with different superintendent speakers and panelists participating in-person and virtually.

All in-person indoor events will be in groups <10, participants will wear masks, windows will be open, dress accordingly

All outdoor events will be socially distanced. Dress accordingly.


Saturday

Evening: Optional Pre-Conference Relationship Building Activities and casual dinner

Sunday

Morning and Afternoon: Optional Pre-Conference In-Person Relationship Building Activities 

2:00        Check-in
4:30-5:00    Welcome and Introductory Discussion
5:00-5:30    2-Minute Drill
5:30-5:45    Sponsored Refreshment Break
5:45-6:30    2-Minute Drill Conclusion

Adjournment of Virtual Program

6:30-8:30    Socially Distanced Outdoor Dinner
8:30        IEI Hospitality and Game Night (including Virtual attendees!)
TBD Evening    1:1 Matches shared to WhoVa App

Monday

Breakfast    On your own
8:30-9:45    Coffee and Opening Panel and Workshop
9:45-10:00    In-Person: Break
9:45-10:00    Virtual: 5-minute quick hits for virtual members and partners
10:00-10:30    1:1 #1
10:30-11:00    1:1 #2
11:00-11:30    1:1 #3
11:30-12:00    1:1 #4
12:00-1:00    Box Lunch outside
1:00-2:15    Workshop and Panel #2
2:15-2:30    In-Person: Break
2:15-2:30    Virtual: 5-minute quick hits for virtual members and partners
2:30-3:30    Workshop and Panel #3
3:30-4:00    Final discussion and conclusion

Conclusion of Virtual Program

6:30-8:30    Socially Distanced Outdoor Dinner
8:30        IEI Hospitality
 

“I appreciate IEI’s willingness to step up and offer such valuable professional development opportunities in the midst of the pandemic. I had a good time and received some valuable information that I’ll be able to use to enhance our efforts to address the multiple challenges posed by Covid-19.”
-Ken Dyer. Superintendent Dougherty County Schools, GA