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Staff Development Advisory Council

The SDAC is a group of curriculum coordinators and instructional leaders who work directly with the Tri-Association Executive Director and serve as a liaison between the schools in the region and the Association.  This group provides feedback on SD initiatives, helps set the focus for conferences, and supports schools in the region in the implementation and sustainability of new initiatives.

Key Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Attend an annual meeting to be held during the Annual Educator’s Conference.
  • Participate in virtual meetings during the year as needed.
  • Serve as a curriculum leader in support of new curriculum initiatives that may be adopted by the schools in the region.
  • Maintain an ongoing line of communication via the Tri-Association Collaboration portal ( TRI-COLLAB).
  • Contribute articles for the newsletter on a rotating basis.
  • Act as a liaison between the Association and the schools in the region.
  • Make a commitment to serve on the SDAC for a minimum of two years.

Staff Development Council Members for 2012-14

Christine Brown Carol Morgan School   Dominican  Republic
 Ana Maria Duque, Ph.D.  Colegio Bolivar
 Cali, Colombia
 Monica Sanchez
 Marian Baker School
 San Jose, Costa Rica
Tom Lickety  Escuela Internacional Sampedrana
 San Pedro Sula, Honduras
 Dan Yamasaki  Colegio Panamericano  Bucaramanga, Colombia
 Leah Yepez  Colegio Americano de Quito
 Quito, Ecuador
 Julie Villand  American School Foundation of Guadalajara  Guadalajara, Mexico


Calendar of Events

Current News

Program proposals for the 34th Annual Educators' Conference at Bogota, Colombia.
Paul G. Orr- COHP (Children of Haiti Project), Middle School Global Leadership Award: American School of Tampico (sponsored by TieCare International), and Community Service Award: Lincoln International Academy (sponsored by SUNY)

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