Round Table
Get close and personal with the presenters.  If you missed a session or want more information, the Round Table Discussion Groups allow you to interact with the presenters and other members more personally.
Continuing Education

Participants will received CEU Certificates for attending the conference.
 September 20
Fall Conference
Early Bird Special
Ends August 31
Orlando East
 Room Rate:  $124
If reserved by Sept 6
limited rooms 
register early
Hotel Registration

September 19
5:30 - 7:00
DoubleTree Hotel
Join us for 
 hors d-oeuvres, a cash bar,great conversations and networking opportunities with other schools
Building Strong
September 20
Register Now!

Don't Miss the Early Bird Special
Whether it's building strong foundations through strong administration or building strong foundations through teaching and curriculum, your school should not miss this opportunity this fall.

The conference will feature a Curriculum Strand and an Administrative Strand.

The Curriculum Strand will feature:
  • Improving Executive Functioning to Increase Student Success
  • Teaching Mindfulness to Improve Students' Social/Emotional/Behavioral and Even Academic Outcomes
  • Behavioral Strategies for Students with ADHD and on the Autism Spectrum
  • Reading and Math Curriculums will be discussed
Teachers will leave with strategies they can use in their class room immediately.

The Administrative Strand will feature:
  • Agreed Upon Procedures Report and Troubleshooting
  • Latest Info from DOE and the Legislature
  • Best Practices in HR 
  • and more - stay tuned
   This is one fully packed day with information that you can’t afford to miss.

Join us in Orlando on September 20

 Round Table
The Coalition wants to thank StepUp for Students for all they do to assist families and children to have options for their futures through educational choices.

Step Up is a nonprofit scholarship organization that helps administer four scholarships for Florida schoolchildren: the Florida Tax Credit Scholarship Program for lower-income families, the Gardiner Scholarship for children with certain special needs, the Hope Scholarship Program for schoolchildren who are bullied or victims of violence in a  school, and the Reading Scholarship Accounts for public school students in grades three to five who struggle with reading.
Legislative and DOE News
 As always, the conference will present the latest news from the legislature and offers opportunities for participants to hear from the Department of Education.
   Changes have been made in the scholarship programs.  Learn how your school can help students using the Hope Scholarship and the new Reading Scholarship. 
   The new accountability measures required with the McKay Scholarship and the other programs will be explained.  
The Coalition of McKay Scholarship Schools
1934 State Rd 30A - Port St. Joe, FL   32456  email:
(850) 229-8989