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Higgins Lake Principals’ Conference

August 2, 2021 - August 4, 2021
Roscommon, MI

We have not been able to gather as a group of school leaders for quite some time, and that is a huge reason why we couldn’t be more excited about a principals’ conference than we are for Higgins Lake 2021. Besides the whole day spent with Ted on Tuesday, the fellowship, worship, campfire discussions, and gathering with our fellow school leaders in early August will set the tone for a blessed 2021/2022 school year. We hope you can join us on August 2–4!

When & Where

Roscommon

August 2 - August 4

Ralph A. MacMullan Conference Center
104 Conservation Dr
Roscommon, MI, 48653
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Presenters

Mr. Ted Neitzke

Ted Neitzke believes in the power of learning and that everyone is a leader. Ted has served at every level in the educational realm, from teacher and coach to superintendent. He is a constant promoter for education and works with legislators to support learning, students, and the future.

Ted is currently the Chief Executive Officer of an education service agency that serves over 100,000 students in south-central Wisconsin. He is a motivational keynote speaker and also the host and creator of “The Smart Thinking Podcast” which is dedicated to supporting leadership in the classroom, the school, the boardroom, and in life by sparking reflection, action, collaboration, and empathy.

Registration

Registration is now open.

Registration Cost: $150 per person

Lodging Cost (additional fee):

  • Single Occupancy $150
  • Double Occupancy $90

Wednesday Lunch Optional: Additional $10.00 Fee

Title Funds have been approved for 85%.

Registration

$150

Lodging is an Additional Fee

Additional Information

SCECHs

7 SCECHs will be available for $20. A link will be sent to all attendees after the conference to complete and pay online.

Goals and Objectives

  • Professional development that encourages and challenges Michigan District principals in their role as leaders in our congregations/schools.
  • Fellowship that allows principals to share joys and struggles with others who understand their unique position as school leaders.
  • Allow the district office to present their message to all our school administrators together.