FAPE Conference Roars into Jacksonville April 9-11|
|Hundreds of teachers, principals, district administrators, school volunteers, business partners, parents, sac members, and other community members are packing their bags for a roaring success of a conference, as attendees prepare to be Wild About Student Achievement in Jacksonville.|
Mentor Advocacy Money in Jeopardy|
FAPE members are being asked to lend their support to federal appropriation legislation for mentoring.
Lottery Celebrates 20th Anniversary|
Lottery's two decade support for education goes beyond financial. Employees across the state are making a difference in children's lives as volunteers in the classroom. Lottery is FAPE's longest sustained partner.
2007-2008 Florida Department of Education Adult Volunteers of the Year Served as Role Models for Volunteerism |
The 2007-2008 Adult Volunteers of the Year take the final limelight at the end of their year as The Department of Education Outstanding School Volunteer Award Winners. The Department will award the 2008-2009 winners at the FAPE Conference April 10.
Letter to the Editor|
Former Pinellas District Volunteer and Business Partnership Coordinator is volunteering to coordinate improvement of education in Honduras. She needs FAPE members' help.
2007-2008 FAPE Memberships Expire March 31|
Go to www.flpie.net and pull up the membership form for renewals. Membership includes discount for conference.
Case Study Competition Provides Opportunity to Win $500|
The Effective Education Partnerships Organization announces a case study competition with a $500 prize. For directions to enter, go to www.eepc2008.com/casestudy.htm.
Business Partners Make it Work|
FAPE recognizes the businesses who are sponsoring the 2008 conference.
Be There Changes the Family Paradigm|
The new DVD for the Be There
campaign will be unveiled at the FAPE conference. This multimedia resource features a series of vignettes of busy and/or distracted adults who turn an every day moment into an extraordinary experience for themselves and their children.