Join Us for the 2017 ATPE Summit!

The 2017 ATPE Summit is your opportunity to connect, celebrate, and have fun with fellow educators and volunteers from across the state.

Looking for a good reason to attend? Here are five great ones!

Listen to inspiring speakers: You won’t want to miss our TWO keynote speakers! Popular speaker Joel Zeff is back! Zeff’s unique blend of improvisational comedy and unique perspective on work and life have entertained audiences for years. Linda Cliatt-Wayman is a passionate educator with an unwavering belief in the potential of all children. She is a powerful leader and seasoned educator who will provide the inspiration you need to make 2017-18 your best year yet!

Celebrate your accomplishments: Our annual Awards Banquet is your opportunity to honor your peers! Come celebrate the 2016-17 Educators of the Year, Campus Reps of the Year, Local Units of the Year, PAC award winners, and more!

Shape your association: ATPE Summit delegates vote on important association business. You don’t want to miss this opportunity to make your voice heard.

Learn, learn, learn: You can earn up to seven hours of CPE at our professional development sessions! Get tips for your local unit AND your classroom. Best of all, the majority of our volunteer training breakouts will be led by our ATPE volunteer leaders!

Have fun: This year, we’ll be hosting a silent dance party AND Vegas night! Never been to a silent dance party before? We promise you’ll have fun!

Learn more about the 2017 ATPE Summit.

Housing closes June 9, so let your local unit leaders know you are interested in attending today!

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