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PARA Educator Conference

November 19, 2019 @ 8:30 am - 4:00 pm


Paraeducators: The Link to Meaningful Connections

NDE is excited to announce the 30th Nebraska Paraeducator Conference. The theme is “Paraeducators, The Link to Meaningful Connections.” Paraeducators are invaluable in building positive relationships with students at every level. They can help teachers with prevention, responses, and effective strategies in building positive interactions throughout the day. In response to student’s challenging social and emotional needs, the conference will focus on information and strategies for paras to utilize to help create success for students.

Additional Information

Lunch will be provided. There is a $60.00 registration fee. Please see the Fee & Payment page for more information.

Included in the conference registration fee is a unisex t-shirt displaying the conference logo. Each conference participant who registers on or before NOVEMBER 1 will receive a t-shirt.


November 19, 2019
8:30 am - 4:00 pm


Younes Conference Center
Kearney, NE


Nebraska Department of Education

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