Rocky Mountain School Leaders Conference

February 11, 2018 4:15 pm–February 13, 2018 12:00 pm
Prescott, AZ

The Rocky Mountain Regional Office announces the Christian School Leaders Conference. This event offers school leaders a chance to engage, network, collaborate, and spend intentional time with national leaders. It is meant to encourage you and challenge you while offering ample free time to relax in the beauty of the Prescott Valley.


February 11–February 13, 2018 (Sunday evening through Tuesday noon). 


Ken Sande

Ken Sande

Ken Sande is the founder of Peacemaker Ministries, the Institute for Christian Conciliation and Relational Wisdom 360. Trained as an engineer, lawyer, and mediator, Ken has conciliated hundreds of family, business, church, and legal conflicts. As president of RW360, he now focuses on teaching people how to "get upstream of conflict" by building strong relationships in the family, church, and workplace.


Contact the ACSI Rocky Mountain office for more information or call 520.514.2897 x462.


ACSI Member Delegate
Best Value:  Before January 12 = $175
Early Bird:  January 13-26 = $195
Standard:  After January 26 = $200ACSI

Member Spouse
Best Value:  Before January 12 = $85
Early Bird:  January 13-26 = $95
Standard:  After January 26 = $110

Non Member Pricing
Delegates = $300
Spouse = $125


Prescott Resort = $125 single; $145 double; includes lodging plus Monday & Tuesday continental breakfast for the ACSI group.
*Reservations must be made before January 11th by calling the resort at  800.967.4637—mention code GACSI18.

Schedule:  (Download a schedule that includes information for title funding)

Sunday, February 11, 2018
4:15 pm Conference check-in / Registration opens
5:30 pm Exhibits open
6:00 pm Hors d'Oeuvres / Meet and Greet
6:45—8:15 pm Welcome / Introductions / Keynote
Monday, February 12, 2018
7:00 am Continental Breakfast for hotel guests / Visit Exhibitors
7:45 am Announcements
8:00—9:30 am Session 1:  Relationships are Inherently Three Dimensional
9:30—10:00 am Coffee Break / Visit Exhibitors
10:00—11:00 am Session 2:  Values Transform Relationships
11:00—12:30 pm Rounch-Table Discussions (3 rounds on school related issues
12:45—1:45 pm Fellowship / Networking Lunch
2:00—3:00 pm Session 3:  Conflict Provides Three Opportunities
3:00—7:15 pm Free time for networking, person time, sightseeing; dinner on your own
7:30—8:30 pm Dessert and networking / discussion groups
Tuesday, February 13, 2018
7:00 am Continental Breakfast for hotel guests / Visit Exhibitors
7:45 am Announcements / Opening Remarks
8:00—9:00 am Session 4:  SERVE Every Person you Meet
9:00—10:00 am Session 5:  Relational Peacemaking:  Crucial Skills for Resolving Conflict
10:00—10:30 am Coffee Break / Visit Exhibitors
10:30—11:30 am Session 6:  A Practical Growth Plan
11:40—12:00 pm Closing
12:00 pm Conference ends

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