Administrative Services is a collection of programs designed to elevate your leadership skills to assist with meeting or exceeding your goals. To that end, we are pleased to offer training options to help you learn and build a better strategy to meet the specific needs of your campus or district. Together we can improve student achievement by increasing your effectiveness and collaborating with you this year.
Leadership Professional Development
Contact for Leadership Professional Development: Karen Barnes
- An annual one day training that provides updated research in educational leadership. The target audience is campus-level administrators, central office administrators, and superintendents.
- A series of trainings from educational experts for administrators. The target audience is campus-level administrators, central office administrators, and superintendents.
- A cohort of administrators focusing on professional development for school leaders with the goal of increasing student achievement.
- These charter-specific roundtable meetings will provide networking opportunities for charter school leaders as well as opportunities to hear from experts such as lawyers, TEA representatives, and other leaders from across the state.
- Districts that receive Title I funds are required to create and submit plans describing how the district will improve gaps as they relate to low-income students and students of color being taught at higher rates than other students by inexperienced, out-of-field, and ineffective teachers. Region 10's 'Equity Training' will be anchored in the 'Texas Equity Toolkit' website tools and its process.
- A series of trainings that are geared toward the Texas Evaluation Systems. Administrators should attend these trainings to obtain state certification and/or to receive support in implementation and growth in the evaluation systems.
- Here's is a great opportunity to apply innovative and unconventional thinking to your leadership practice and engage, inspire and empower your professional learning community. This conference will reveal some of the latest practices that are influencing the dynamic, disruptive changes taking place in education and provide you with a mindset to propel student learning forward.
- Breakthrough Coach
A Professional Learning Plan training for Time Management. With a proven track record of reducing administrators’ workloads by 15-20 hours per week, the Management Methodology teaches how to build productive front-office environments that frees you up to focus on the work you were hired to do.
- Crucial Conversations
A two day training teaching skills for creating alignment and agreement by fostering open dialogue around high-stakes, emotional, or risky topics — at all levels of your organization.
- Getting Things Done
Training for improving organization of information, prioritizing, productivity with purpose, or in other words — getting more of the right stuff done.
Two-day training that teaches proven strategies to drive rapid and sustainable behavior change for teams and organizations. By learning how to discover and counteract the complex web of forces underlying resistant organizational problems, you’ll be able to make change inevitable.
- Speed of Trust
The Speed of Trust Transformation Process™ is leverage that dramatically impacts business outcomes through changing the performance of individuals and teams. It is about HOW individuals and teams do their current work. Creating a high trust, highly engaged culture is the ultimate, long-term competitive advantage.
- These private schools lunch & learns will provide networking opportunities for private school leaders as well as opportunities to hear from experts and leaders from across the state.
- These sessions offer opportunities for PK-12 principals to collaborate with our Region 10 staff on recent curriculum and administrator updates at cluster locations. Each series will share valuable information designed to enrich the professional learning community for all principals. There are (4) repeated sessions per series to accommodate your schedule.
Contact for Charter Schools & Non-Profit Schools: Karen Barnes
School Board Training
Effective January 1, 2006, elected and appointed public officials are required by state law to receive training in Texas Open Government Laws - the Open Meetings Act and the Public Information Act. Board members must receive the training within 90 days of being seated.
Business, Finance & Operations Support
- Business Finance Round Tables
- County Business Round Tables
- Public Funds Investment Act
- New Superintendent Budget Planning
- TASBO Courses
- Events Calendar
School Finance Advisory Services
- This service is by telephone/email consultation and in some cases, an onsite visit. Technical assistance on issues related to school finance. School finance trainings and conferences are offered as well.
Annual School Finance Conference
Support Staff Training
Contact for Support Staff Training: Phyllis Lawler
- Superintendents' Administrative Assistants Roundtables
- Educational Office Professional Webinars
Series of eight Educational Office Professional Webinars available to Superintendents' Administrative Assistants. Topics cover interpersonal skills as well as various software trainings related to the educational setting.
- Face-to-Face Professional Learning
- School Support Personnel Training