This biennial National event is a must-attend for community leaders working in health, education, research, government, and active living sectors to:
– Connect with school health champions, and district and government leaders that have made healthy schools a priority goal in their community;
– Explore best practice that supports the healthy development of all children;
– Be inspired and equipped to affect positive change in your school community.
Creating a healthy school community is a shared responsibility. Join us at #HSCForum2019!
Le Saint-Sulpice Hôtel Montréal
Le Saint-Sulpice Hôtel Montréal will provide rooms at $279 per night, excluding taxes. To make your reservation, call (514) 350-1177 or (866) 811-1345 and refer to the group name: Canadian Education Association or EdCan Network. To ensure availability please book your room by April 27, 2018 (5pm PDT). Space is limited!
Participants are responsible for their own transportation to and from Montreal, Quebec. Prior to May 9th, refunds will be given minus a $75 administration fee. No refunds will be processed after May 9th.
If you have any questions, please call 416-591-6300, ext. 223 or 1-866-803-9549, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Download a registration form here: 2018 CEOs’ Network Forum Registration Form OR register online below (pay by cheque or credit card).
On behalf of the EdCan Network and event host Michael Chechile (Director General of the Lester B. Pearson School Board), we invite you to join us at this year’s CEOs’ Network Forum, which will take place at the Le Saint-Sulpice Hôtel Montréal – located in the heart of Montreal’s beautiful historic district near the world-famous Notre-Dame Basilica and charming cobblestone streets, unique stores and restaurants – from May 30th – June 1st, 2018.
With relevant insiders’ discussions and case study presentations produced by District leaders for District leaders, this small private collegial gathering will provide you with a first-hand pan-Canadian vantage point of the challenges and opportunities that your peers are facing across the nation.
Darren Googoo, Director of Education, Membertou Mi’kmaq First Nation
Dr. Louis Volante, Professor of Education at Brock University
Ben Grebinski, Director of Education/CEO, Prairie Valley School Division
Plus our annual CEOs’ ‘Cross Country Checkup’ and more!
With such rewarding dialogue that’s a hallmark of this gathering, we hope that you’ll consider joining us for this worthwhile professional support, networking and friendships.
We hope to see you in Vieux Montréal!
Walk Alongside: A Parent Engagement Forum will offer participants the opportunity to deepen their understanding of what parent engagement is, why it matters, and how to embed it in practice. Teams of parents and educators will work together to build a plan for systematic parent and family engagement in their school or organization.
CEA is re-introducing its CEOs’ Forum, which has brought together Superintendents and Directors of Education from across Canada to share insights on topics of particular interest to them since 1961.
On behalf of CEA and event co-host Greg Chatlain, Director of Education, Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools, we invite you to participate in this year’s CEOs’ Forum, which will be taking place at the Elk Ridge Resort – Saskatchewan’s premier resort north of the prairie flatlands and deep in the heart of the boreal forest – from September 30th—October 2nd, 2015.
We are pleased to announce an engaging roster of discussion topics that will provide participants with a first-hand pan-Canadian vantage point of the challenges and opportunities that chief education officers and their peers are facing in their school districts.
Round table discussions:
A formal program will be provided closer to the event. We are really looking forward to this year’s CEOs’ Forum and the rich dialogue that characterizes this event.
For more details or for space availability, please contact Gilles Latour (416) 591-6300 ext. 237 or Mia San José at (416) 591-6300 ext. 223 or 1-866-803-9549 by email at email@example.com before August 31st.
CEA and event host Brian O’Leary, Director of Education for Winnipeg’s Seven Oaks School Division invite school district leaders to participate in this year’s CEOs’ Forum, which will be taking place at the Inn at the Forks in Winnipeg from May 18th – 20th 2016. The Inn is located in downtown Winnipeg at The Forks, Winnipeg’s top tourism attraction, where you’re immersed in a convergence of cultures – Aboriginal, French-Canadian and Manitoban – at this 6,000-year-old meeting place.
We are pleased to announce an engaging roster of discussion topics and case study presentations that will provide you with a first-hand pan-Canadian vantage point of the challenges and opportunities that your peers are facing in their school districts.
The CEO Network Forum was a tremendously valuable experience in my professional journey as a CEO. The Forum encouraged and enabled deep conversations about relevant topics in an open, safe and productive environment. I am already looking forward to the next one!
Robert Bratvold, Director of Education, Saskatchewan Rivers Public School Division
We have negotiated preferred room rates at the Inn at the Forks, Winnipeg. Please make your own accommodation and travel arrangements. Casual attire only please! We invite you to bring a companion to join you for dinners on May 18th and May 19th. Space is limited to ensure an intimate and collegial atmosphere, so the registration deadline is April 22, 2016.
A preliminary program and registration form is included below for your review. A final program will be provided on site.
For those who wish to stay at Inn at the Forks throughout the weekend, the preferred room rates have been extended until Sunday.
We are really looking forward to this year’s CEOs’ Network Forum and the rich dialogue that characterizes this event. If you need any further information, please contact Mia San José at (866) 803-9549 ext. 223 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The CEOs’ Network Forum began as a meeting of city superintendents and directors of education in 1961 to exchange ideas and experiences to gain country-wide perspectives. As the context of education became more complex and the role played by the provinces expanded, the Forum was enriched by the inclusion of leaders of all types of schools. Participants value this Forum for the opportunity it provides to conduct open and confidential conversations with peers, for the establishment of collegial relationships and a network of professional peers across the country.