Reopening Updates

Re-Opening 8.3.20

Reopening FAQs & Admissions Information REOPENING FAQs: We will be welcoming MICDS students back to school both on campus in person and via distance learning from home when the 2020-21 academic year commences absent any change in government requirements. Please find helpful Health & Safety, School Preparation, and Ram Relief Fund FAQs here: https://www.micds.org/reopening/. APPLICATIONS: We are still accepting applications for certain grades for the 2020-2021 school year: https://www.micds.org/apply.

Transform learning with us.

Annually, MICDS is the proud host of the Summit for Transformative Learning in St. Louis, known as “STLinSTL.” Although the 2020 summit was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the conference typically takes place at our campus toward the end of May or in early June. Participants learn from the best, most sought-after experts in K-12 education and enjoy invaluable networking opportunities.

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Best Practices in Pedagogy and Assessment

Evaluate work by experts in the field and engage in conversation about contemporary best practices.

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Deeper Learning for 21st Century Students

Explore ideas and strategies that help educators create classrooms of deeper learning.

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Global, Cultural, and Racial Literacy

Gain a deeper understanding of how to develop globally and culturally competent students.

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It's Elementary

Engage in the well accepted practices in the elementary classroom and consider 21st century practices that remain grounded in social and emotional learning.

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Neuroscience: Teachers as Learning Scientists

Be challenged to become a learning scientist by incorporating the science of learning and using that research to revise our practices.

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Social Emotional Learning

Discover how faculty can ensure they incorporate effective SEL strategies in the culture of their classrooms.

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“The speakers are top-notch, very knowledgeable in their area, very enthusiastic and passionate about what they’re talking about, and have a lot of great, innovative ideas that we really need to be looking to try and implement in our classrooms.”

Todd K.
STLinSTL Attendee