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  Wednesday, March 13, 2013
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Fape has a New Phone Number: 352-955-6760
From the President
President Linda Morris' final message to the membership of FAPE as leadership changes in the association.

Join Today! March is Membership Month
March is the month, annually, to join or renew membership in FAPE. Current memberships expire March 31. Joining now will give you a full year's membership. Being a member of FAPE provides real change, relationships, recognition, rise to leadership, and resources. As Florida begins to move out of the recession and the Association weighs statewide interest and potential participation numbers in the decision as to whether or not Florida is ready for continuation of the Annual FAPE Partners in Education Conference, your participation in association membership will give you a voice in that decision. Join or renew today at www.flpie.net. Contact your schools to also become FAPE members.
New Board Member Nominations Announced
The FAPE Nominating Committee submits new board officer nominations for the positions of President, President Elect and VP for Business Partnerships and Community Collaboration.
Educators Receive Inservice Points Via FAPE Academy
FAPE is committed to the development of high quality, on-line courses which meet NSDC (National Staff Development Council) Standards. Courses support FAPE’s mission of providing a network of resources and trainings for the development of effective partnerships to support academic achievement for our most valuable resources, our children.

Bettering Your Program through New Ideas
As a recruiting specialist you are often last on the agenda to speak. Be prepared with quick, relevant, interesting data.
IBM Partners to Bring Free, High Quality Science Lessons
Teachers TryScience is a resource for science teachers that want to strengthen their instruction in project-based learning. It offers free, high quality lessons and links them with strategies and resources that will give teachers and tutors the skills and knowledge to make the most of them in their classrooms.

Alachua Reduces Flu Epidemic With Unique Partnership Program
Control Flu is a coalition of health, education, and community partners who got together to try to solve a community health issue.


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