EE Live Webinar: Accreditation 101 with Suzie Mohler
February 19, 2015 1:00 –February 19, 2015 2:00
Accreditation is all about school improvement and starting the process with the right information is crucial. It can be a relatively stress free, positive process for your school/center. Join us if you're considering accreditation, wondering why someone would want to be accredited, or to learn tips and tricks to make your renewal more impactful.
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Dr. Suzie Mohler serves with ACSI as Early Education Field Director for the CA/Hi Region, serving in the Brea Regional Office in Southern California. Suzie and her husband of 37 years, Dennis, have 2 grown children and 2 Jack Russell dogs. Her passions include travel and reading or listening to audio books, particularly suspense and political thrillers. Suzie holds a Bachelor's degree in Business Management, a Master's degree in Education with emphasis in Curriculum and Technology, and a Doctorate in Educational Leadership.
Suzie served in ACSI accredited Christian school ministry for 27 years, as an administrator, elementary principal, and starting and running two Early Education programs. She LOVES accreditation, having served on and chaired numerous school visits throughout California, and most recently combining her love for both travel and accreditation chairing an team visit in Seoul, Korea for an elementary school. She is looking forward to chairing a team visit in Bangkok, Thailand this fall.
Webinars are always free to our members!
ACSI Early Education Conference—Apopka
An annual affirmation of commitment to the school and expected responsibilities as a board member.
A six step strategy for resolving school conflict in accordance with Matthew 18
As employees of an educational institution, you are held to a higher standard by parents, students, colleagues, and members of the public. We support and endorse a strict policy of respect toward students and expect employees to act at all times as adult role models.
Questions that should be asked by directors in determining the scope of their responsibilities and how these responsibilities should be fulfilled?
Avoid Walking the Plank, or at Least Reduce the Splash!