Regional Calendar: Upcoming Events & Registrations
Mini PD Grant Application Now Open For the 2022-2023 School Year!
Cycle 1 Application Deadline: September 14, 2022 (CLOSED)
Cycle 2 Application Deadline: December 1, 2022
The Eastern Oregon REN is pleased to announce the opening of our Mini Professional Development Grants. The primary purpose of these grants is to increase educator access to quality professional development across the Eastern Oregon region in order to improve outcomes for our students.
Fall Professional Development Day
Date(s): October 7, 2022
Come learn, share & grow with Eastern Oregon Educators at the Fall PD Day. FREE to all Oregon educators, paraprofessionals, and early learning providers.
Wide Open Spaces
Date(s): November 6-8, 2022
Are you a rural administrator? Don't miss Wide Open Spaces, a rural administrators support network meeting in Bend November 6-8, 2022 at Riverhouse on the Deschutes.
Where: Bend, OR
Crossroads of History Project
Elementary STEAM Leaders 2022-23 Cohort
School-Based Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Services (SBIRT) Training
Malheur County Health Equity Conference
Safety & Prevention Series
Diving into Using Screening and Assessments in your Program (ED 410)
Become a QUERY Power User!
Learn how to avoid errors and gain insight into more creative ways to use the QUERY function in Google Sheets with the "Using the QUERY Function in Sheets" course. This video course includes over 5 hours of lessons on basic and advanced functions of QUERY, with practical examples and templates to copy and use in your own projects.
321 Insight's ParaSharp and Trauma Informed series provide toolkits to equip school/district staff and paraeducators to handle student challenges and enable student success. All school districts within our 5 county region now have access to these professional development and training series.
SB13 Tribal History/Shared History Professional Development Courses
These courses are designed to support educators in building a foundation for teaching, training, and serving as a source of support, knowledge, and advocacy within their school, district, or organization for the Senate Bill 13 Tribal History/Shared History curriculum.