Visit Playworks at the 2014 Colorado Charter Schools Conference

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On February 20-21, 2014 Playworks will be exhibiting at the 2014 Colorado Charter Schools Conference (CCSC) at the Hyatt Regency Denver Tech Center in Denver, CO. Playworks staff will be playing and teaching games, attention getters and group management techniques to attendees. This is an excellent opportunity to witness the power of play and ask how Playworks can fit in your community. 

Playworks staff will engage attendees in games and talk about play as an essential part of the school day. Do you have questions about how your kids can benefit from Playworks? Find us at Booth #11 in the GOLD zone and we will be happy to start a conversation. For more information about Playworks' professional development programs in Colorado contact Jamie Firmage or call (510) 768-7351.

The CCSC is put on by the Colorado League of Charter Schools (CLCS). The mission of the CLCS is to improve student achievement by supporting Colorado’s charter schools, positively reshaping the public school landscape, and advancing opportunities for innovation and expanded high-quality public school choice. The vision of the CLCS is for all Colorado students to have access to high-quality, publicly-funded school options.

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