Back to School Workshop Recap
This year, in order to accommodate everyone’s needs, we were excited to be able to host our ‘Back to School Workshop’ in two formats: a half-day and a full-day workshop.
On the Aug. 16 sessions, (AM & PM), at the Natatorium, we welcomed 43 participants representing 22 campuses and 3 support facilities. On Aug. 23 (full day) at the Berry Center, 28 participants representing 23 campuses and district facilities, attended the workshop.
Of the 91 campuses in CFISD including 49 Title I campuses; 29 Title I campuses were represented and, overall, 77 people from 45 schools and facilities attended the workshop.
Participants at the Natatorium on Aug. 16.
The class was designed for campus translators to learn standardized Spanish vocabulary and customer service best practices when communicating and interacting with parents.
Participants at the Natatorium on Aug. 23.
The interactive workshop sessions highlighted components in the following areas: Spanish grammar; language usage; customer service; and Spanish communication resources.
Attendees working on grammar exercises.
Some of the comments provided in the survey include:
So much valuable information and tools provided! Thank you!
I LOVED the exercises, very helpful!
It’s always fun attending this training. Great info!
More time, I love learning from the presenters!
I would definitely take a follow up class. Gracias.
View photos from both days of the workshop at: