Advisors Workshop Middle Level Workshop State and District Officer Meeting Monday, January 27, 2020
Advisor/Middle Level Workshop Monday, January 27, 2020
Registration is online as a google form. The link is
Advisors, you are invited and encouraged to attend the SCASC advisors' workshop.
This workshop will be held at the brand new Lexington Two Innovation Center on Monday, January 27, 2020. Registration begins at 8:30 AM and the program ends around 2:30 PM. You may register up to 4 advisors.
The registration fee which includes all materials, information sessions, networking, and lunch, is $50 for each member school advisor and $65 for each nonmember school advisors. This workshop is for any middle or high school advisors, new, as well as experienced. Don’t miss this opportunity.
Middle level advisors: take note!! There will be a middle level workshop held at the same time and the same place. Each middle level school may send three student delegates to this event. Give your students a boost of leadership training and watch how they can improve your school student council with just one day of information and practice. Registration fee for the middle school students which includes leadership training, information, networking, and lunch is $40 for each member school student and $55 for each nonmember school student.
STATE OFFICERS!! All current state and district officers are invited and encouraged to attend an officer meeting/training at the same time. Officers will need to register online, but will not need to pay to attend this meeting.
All registration fees will be sent to Daniel Bailey, Airport High School, 1315 Boston Avenue, West Columbia, SC 29170. Please submit ONE check payable to Airport High School.
Payment may be made by credit card. There will be a $5 fee for credit card use. Contact Bonita Guram at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a time to call with credit card payments.
You must have an e-mail confirmation in order to attend the workshop.
Take a one day break from school. This workshop will get you energized for the rest of the school year