Michigan CEC BOD Elections
Online voting will be conducted from February 8-March 4. Voting closes at noon on March 5, 2016
Michigan CEC announces the ballot for the 2016-17 Board of Directors, terms beginning July 1, 2016. Open positions and candidates include:
Vice President, 4 year Presidential succession- (vote for 1)
Nicole Moore, Plymouth-Canton Community Schools
Treasurer, 2 year term (vote for 1)
Darnella Delfine, Wayne RESA
Children's Action Network (CAN) Representative, 2 year term (Vote for 1)
Carolyn Smith-Gerdes, Muskegon Area ISD
Members at Large, 2 year terms (Vote for 2)
Amanda Brennan, Plymouth-Canton Community Schools
Rhonda Kraai, Eastern Michigan University
Shalika Robie, Hamtramck Public Schools
Carrie Thornton, Mattawan Consolidated Schools
Click Candidates2016.pdf to view candidate statements of interest regarding serving on the MCEC Board.
All CEC members who live in Michigan are eligible to vote and will receive a ballot link via email. Anyone who does not receive a survey ballot may contact Laurie Jefsen.
Michigan CEC Annual Assembly
Thursday, March 3, 2016, 12:00p-1:00p
Amway Grand Plaza, Grand Rapids, Michigan
The Michigan CEC Annual Assembly will be held during the 76th Annual MCEC Conference in Grand Rapids on March 3rd, at 12noon in the Pantlind Ballroom of the Amway Grand Plaza. The agenda will include: (1) Approval of minutes from 2015 Annual Meeting; (2) Review of budget; (3) Review of the new MCEC Strategic Plan; (4) Special Interest division updates; (5) Presentation from international CEC. No changes to current bylaws are proposed. All members of Michigan CEC and other interested participants are invited to attend.
Two New Websites!
The MCEC website you are currently viewing is designed in collaboration with the National Council for Exceptional Children. Note that we receive information sometimes daily from CEC, particularly Tool of the Week and Policy Insider: Legislative Update.
If you click on the Register Now link, you will see your new Conference Registration website. Visit this website for information on conference agenda, registration rates, and Wednesday pre conference training workshops, to assist you in preparing for the 76th Annual MCEC Conference!
Making Mathematics Meaningful Through Collaboration Conference
The Michigan Council for Exceptional Children (MCEC) and the Michigan Council of Teachers of Mathematics (MCTM), in conjunction with Michigan's Integrated Mathematics Initiative (Mi)^2 held the first annual conference on September 28, 2015. The conference featured a variety of sessions for the day, as well as a Keynote from Karen Karp and the Michigan Department of Education. Stay tuned as we plan for our second annual conference coming up in 2016!
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