2018 Riverside County State of Education Address Slides

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Together We Achieve. United We Rise.

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First Annual Riverside County Unity Conference, Tuesday, April 17, 2018, 8:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m., Palm Springs Convention Center

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California Teachers of the Year at State recognition event

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California Teacher of the Year Brian McDaniel and his students

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Teachers of the Year: Edwin; Detoya Bobby Duke Middle School Coachella Valley USD, CA Finalist; Martha Rodriguez @e_rodriguez0801 Sunnyslope Elementary School Jurupa USD, Michelle Beyronneau @meromanek Desert Hot Springs High School Palm Springs USD, CA Semifinalist

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Educators of the Year, Jodi Spoon-Sadlon, Murrieta Valley USD; Classified Administrator of the Year, Karl Melzer, Hemet USD; Certificated Administrator of the Year, Dian Martin, Perris UHSD; Site Support Employee of the Year, Susan Hall, Murrieta Valley USD; Classified Employee, Lindsay Brancato, Val Verde USD; Confidential Employee, Cheryl Anderson, Riverside USD; Principal of the Year, Dr. Jason Jones, Alvord USD

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Celebrating Educators with photos of each honoree

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CSBA Golden Bell Awards - Student Youth Court (Sponsor Winner), Jurupa Unified School District; Project Moving Forward, Moreno Valley Unified School District; Solid Gold STEM, Nuview Union School District; Medical Assisting Program (Sponsor Winner), Perris Union High School District; RCOE’s Crime Prevention, Riverside County, Riverside County District Attorney’s Office Riverside County Office of Education; Center for Teacher Innovation New Teacher Induction, Riverside County Office of Education

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Exemplary District - Murrieta Valley Unified School District

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Career Technical Education - young women at the 2017 California Cyber Innovation Challenge and Tom Torlakson observing students in sports medicine program

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Career Technical Education - students in classroom medical settings

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MARS Project: Manufacturing, Aerospace, Research & Science. March Joint Powers Authority - Bringing Good Jobs to Riverside County. Career Promise Program.

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Hans Christensen Middle School students and a graphic of a pile of office chairs

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Menifee USD Students - chairs that have been repaired and the 3-D printed parts used to repair them

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Next Generation Science Standards - Practices, Core Ideas, Crosscutting

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NGSS - Pathway of Innovation with graphic of young women looking at two roads with streets signs on each - Road Closed and Slow on the road to the left and Detour and Deer Xing on the road to the right

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NGSS - Cloned Primates with two baby monkeys in a lab setting

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NGSS - Manufactured Life with one dog pictured

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NGSS - Manufactured Life with three identical dogs representing cloning of two generations

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NGSS - Aristotle Reminds Us "Educating the mind without educating the heart is no education at all."

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Best Original Song - This is Me. The Greatest Showman - Golden Globe Awards Winner

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County Graduation Rate - Dr. Judy D. White talks with students at graduation

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College Readiness - Race to Submit: Mission to FAFSA and CA Dream Act Submission, California Student Aid Commission

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College Promise Initiative - Riverside City College, Moreno Valley College - College Promise Campaign

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College of the Desert - PLEDGE

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Early Learning - young boy in cap and gown and kindergarten graduation

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California School Dashboard - Time for a Check-Up

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Differentiated Assistance - a medical professional takes notes on clipboard

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Riverside County Office of Education

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Project Moving Forward - Dr. Linda Navarrette smiles looking across elementary classroom

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Project Moving Forward - Jose Viana and teacher sit amid elementary students in classroom

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Chronic Absenteeism - teacher looks out at students seated on the floor in a classroom

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Chronic Absenteeism - a teacher looks out at an empty classroom

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Chronic Absenteeism - Barry E. Knight

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Chronic Absenteeism picturing collaborative partners at the Reducing Chronic Absenteeism Conference

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Adopt-A-School Commitment Slip

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Initiative Ambassadors - Dean Ayer, Lake Elsinore, Murrieta Valley Temecula Valley School Districts; Clarissa Fernandez, Coachella Valley, Desert Center, Desert Sands, Palm Springs, Palo Verde School Districts; Pete Serbantes, Moreno Valley, Riverside, Val Verde School Districts; Miguel Villa, Moreno Valley, Riverside, Val Verde School Districts; R. Annette DeMont, Alvord, Jurupa, Riverside School Districts; Parissa Clark, Hemet, Menifee, Nuview Union, Perris Elementary, Perris Union, Romoland School Districts; Jacqueline Slavin-Newberry, Corona-Norco, Lake Elsinore, Riverside School Districts

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Teacher Village

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Civic Engagement with students and the mayor of Riverside and a group of students honored for their community involvement

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Million Acts of Kindness, Beaumont USD, Sundance and Palm Elementary students hold signs that say "You Rock!" "You are Loved" "Trust Yourself" "Why Not" "Live Your Dream" and "Love & Support"

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Million Acts of Kindness, Desert Sands USD, James Madison Elementary's paper chains with student commitments written on them

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Million Acts of Kindness, Alvord USD Rosemary Kennedy Elementary - clothes for kids in need, blankets for seniors, kind deeds. Students work on blanket project.

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Million Acts of Kindness showing Hemet USD, West Valley High School JROTC student and advisors standing in classroom full of boxes and piles of clothes

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Kindness Matters showing photos of students' kind activities

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Student Internship Program showing student working in office setting

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Time to Unite

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How We Rise: Be student-centered; Provide equality of opportunity; Focus on college and workforce preparedness; Support LCFF goals.

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How We Rise: Be accountable for student outcomes; Fund safe, modern, "21st Century Learning“ facilities; Support students with special needs; Invest in evidence-based teacher recruitment & retention