Creating Connections (CC) is designed to be an engaging, fun and informative opportunity to build personal and professional skills while connecting to other Educators from across the district for a greater appreciation of each other and the contributions we all make to DPS.
Participants will be able to:
Step 1: Sign into SchoolNet
Step 2: Search cc1718 under the Educator Development tab/ PD Search
Step 3: Choose your date and click “Register”. You will receive a message when you have been successfully registered.
Non-Classroom Educators: Quick Click to Register in the LS
Step 1: Sign in using your DPS user name and password
Step 2: Select CATALOGS
Step 3: Enter “Creating Connections” in the search box. Expand the Culture, Equity and Leadership Team Catalog and Culture Equity and Leadership Team General Curricula.
Step 4: Once you’ve located Creating Connections, click the Info/register button to see a list of upcoming sessions. Select the session of your choice by clicking the “Register” button. After reviewing further details about the session, click the button “Submit for Registration”. You will receive a message when you have been successfully registered. You may also confirm your registration by going back to the Home page and clicking “My Courses”, which will display all training courses you are scheduled to attend.
“I was a little nervous going in but by mid-day I was having fun meeting and talking with new people from every department!! I had a lot of FUN!”
“What an amazing class–really helped me figure out parts of my personality. I really appreciate my time spent there.”
“I PLAY FOR TEAM DPS!”
“I enjoyed working/meeting/collaborating with people who represent all areas/departments in the district.”
“I thought this was very fun and informative! The speakers were enthusiastic and made you feel comfortable. I appreciated the time, knowledge, and personal sharing that everyone put in to make this a super exciting learning experience.”
“Overall, it was a great experience. I think each school could benefit from something….to build a foundation of common values and build team effort and school culture.”
“Thanks to everyone that made this possible including our principals; will recommend for coworkers. I play for Team DPS.”