BMIT News and Updates
BMIT News and Updates Archives
Prior to May 4, 2015
Week of May 18
DECA Students Honored
A reception was held at the Missouri State Capitol on Wednesday, May 20th, to honor the 13 students (one not pictured) who placed in the top 10 in their event at the International Career Development Conference that was held in Orlando, Florida, last month. One team placed first in their event and another team placed third. Congratulations, winners!
Week of May 11
Program Information Form: http://dese.mo.gov/sites/default/files/dac_forms/MO5003069.pdf
The above links should provide you with answers to any questions that you may have. Don’t forget that the memo regarding 50/50 is found on the BMIT Homepage.
An approval letter verifying that your district’s FV4 has been approved will not be sent out until late July, possibly early August.
Emerging Technology Conference: June 8, 9, 10
The BMIT section would like to offer you the Emerging Technology Conference June 8, 9 and 10th. Please review the information below and note that space is limited. Priority will be given to MBEA and MCEA members and then to non-members in order of date or registration. Presenter: Tonya Skinner.
June 8 & 9 Photoshop (You must be present both days.)
June 10 Illustrator (full day)
Location: Columbia Career Center (TENTATIVE; however it will be in a Central location)
Times: 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. You will have an hour lunch break.
How do you register? Please complete the form emailed on 5/14 on the listserv and email it to [email protected].
Week of May 4
The FV4 and the 50/50 Form are due to Chrissy Bashore by July 1. Districts will be informed about their award at the end of July or first part of August. You can fax forms to (573) 526-4261, email to [email protected] or mail them to the office. Please refer to the memo on the BMIT homepage for further information regarding these funds.
Concentrator Versus Completer
In relation to Perkins, a concentrator is a student who earns at least three credits in a sequence and a completer is a concentrator that graduates or earns a GED during the reporting year.
CTSO Data Collection
Beginning in the June cycle of the 2014-2015 school year, school districts will be required to provide student information regarding their participation in Career and Technical Student Organizations (CTSOs). This data will be reported within the Career Technical Student Organization (CTSO) file. The purpose of this data collection is to provide the department with a more concise look at the level of student participation in CTSOs.
- Please refer to the memo that was posted on the BMIT homepage in January. CCR-15-003