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Middle Border Conference Ed Camp

Teachers and administrators from Amery, Baldwin-Woodville, Ellsworth, Osceola and St. Croix Central gathered on the Somerset School District campus for the first-ever Middle Border Conference PLC EdCamp last Friday. The goal of the EdCamp, or unconference, was to provide an opportunity en masse for participants to network and share through self-directed organic discussions and to walk away feeling empowered and encouraged to try new things (Photo by Tom Lindfors)1 / 3
Seven-hundred-fifty teachers and administrators from Amery, Baldwin-Woodville, Ellsworth, Osceola and St. Croix Central gathered on the Somerset School District campus for the first-ever Middle Border Conference PLC EdCamp last Friday. (Photo by Tom Lindfors)2 / 3
Unconference organizer, Somerset Director of Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment Trisha Sheridan, said, “I’m hearing great things, a lot of connections, a lot of networking, fabulous results, a lot of positive feedback. People want more of this. It’s been awesome. I’m hopeful this will happen again next year.” (Photo by Tom Lindfors) 3 / 3

Seven-hundred-fifty teachers and administrators from Amery, Baldwin-Woodville, Ellsworth, Osceola and St. Croix Central gathered on the Somerset School District campus for the first-ever Middle Border Conference PLC EdCamp on Friday, Oct. 14.

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