Join us for Chalk Talks — April 2nd
Parents – Educators – Community Members are welcome!
Chalk Talks is a community conversation series that features speakers who discover, explore and present big ideas. These fun, short, TED-style talks aim to spark productive conversation and promote advancement in our community.
Tuesday, April 2
6 – 7:30 pm — $10
Chanhassen Dinner Theater
Pre-registration is strongly encouraged
Call Community Education at 952-556-6400
Featured speakers for April 2nd event:
Juan LLerena has a passion for entrepreneurship, philanthropy and social responsibility. He is a husband, father and son who loves to engage in activities that bring people together. Born in Lima-Perú, Juan has called Minnesota home since the year 2000. “I cherish every opportunity I have to share personal experiences which have shaped me into who I am today. I hope that by sharing my journey I can inspire others achieve something beautiful with their lives”. Juan Llerena
Reclaiming a Culture of Human Connection in a SnapChat World Human Connection MATTERS! However, as our society races toward newer, faster, and more efficient, Human Connection is getting left behind. Based off Joe’s 17 years of experience speaking in schools world-wide, this keynote identifies the key forces that bind a culture of human connection together, and reveals practical ideas on how to reclaim it in our schools, homes,
Chalk Talks is presented by Eastern Carver County Schools Community Education. All proceeds benefit District 112 Foundation, working to support the advancement of innovation and excellence in Eastern Carver County Schools.
Community Conversation on equity, diversity & inclusion
Tuesday, April 16
Clover Ridge Elementary
Join Superintendent Clint Christopher and other district leadership at Carver Elementary School for continued conversation about the work being done within Eastern Carver County Schools to create school environments where every child feels welcome, safe, and included. District updates on equity, diversity, and inclusion work will be provided, and attendees will have the opportunity to hear from Dr. Keith Brooks, our new Director of Equity and Inclusion. Join us to learn about the work, ask questions, and talk about what this means for our community. Parents, students, and community members are welcome to attend.
Monday, July 22nd
6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Carver Elementary School, 1717 Ironwood Drive, Carver