Annual Conference

2017 WFCE BEST PRACTICES CONFERENCE

August 7th-9th 2017

LANDMARK RESORT

EGG HARBOR, WILandmark-Logo


PRE-SESSION OFFERINGS – AUGUST 7th

more info> Pre Session Meals


2017 DPI Workshop – 9:00-4:00

Current Trends in Food Preservation & Storage

$40.00 Members    $70.00 Non-Members 

$20.00 Student Members

more info >   WFCE/DPI Pre-Session

Continental breakfast and lunch included 

WRAEF Prostart Training – 9:00-4:00
Registration Fee: $100.00

Continental breakfast and lunch included Contact Alex Neuman at anewman@wirestaurant.org for further information

Click to Register for Training


Networking Scavenger Hunt – 4:30-6:00

Teams will start their search in the lobby of  the Navigator at The Landmark
and check in at Mojo Rosa Restaurant in Egg HarborWFCE 40th Anniversary Fiesta – 6:00-7:30

Celebrate WFCE’s 40 years of promoting our field with a Mexican Buffet Style service featuring a build your own nacho/taco bar. (Family members welcome) Members – $5.00 Non-Members – $17.00 (tax and tip included)

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           WFCE CONFERENCE SESSIONS                August 8th & 9th

Servsafe Certification Study Group
August 8th 9:00-10:00
Servsafe Certification Exam 
August 8th 10:15-12:15 
more info> ServSafe Information

click here >   ServSafe Practice Test 2016

click here > 6th Ed.Study Addendum

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2017 DPI Update -Diane Ryberg

Aug 8th 11:30-12:15

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Mindfulness thru Yoga Workshop

August 8th 1:30-3:30

Put On Your Own Oxygen Mask Before Attempting To Assist Others
presented by Sue Swinick
Teaching FCS is an exhausting career!  Learn and practice techniques of movement and meditation to recharge your batteries throughout the school year.  Explore was to share techniques with your students. Yoga and meditation is accessible to ALL!
Please bring your own yoga mat.
A limited number of mats will be available for novices 

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   Door County Winery Tour

August 8th 1:30-5:30 

This tour starts as you hop on a Door County Trolley to visit three popular wineries and market places. At the first stop, Door 44 participants will be presented with a sampler of 4-5 flutes of wine. A visit to Grandma Tommy’s Country Store is also a possibility. A short troll ride brings the tour to Simon Creek Winery. The tour concludes at Lautenbach’s Orchard Country for a walk through the vineyard, a tour of the winery and a private tasting.

Tour limited to first 25 people to register.

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Sewing Lesson/Project Shareshop

August 8th 1:30-3:30

hosted by Ruth Slawik and Bev Deem

This workshop is designed to share your best projects with your colleagues.  Your hosts will start the process by  offering insight into their most successful projects along with instruction sheets, patterns and “make it-take it kits” for participants to try.  Come equipped with the instructions for your favorite project or lesson and  join this stitching bee.

A limited number of sewing machines will be available, so feel free to bring your own.

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Breakout Topics Tuesday August 8th

Getting Started with Prostart – Alex Newman

Suicide Prevention Gatekeeper Training – QPR  Certification  – Jean Papalia

Overview of FCS Facebook page – Sarah Puddy

Connecting FCS Curriculum with Junior Achievement – Linda Goudy

                     Learning Through Play That is Hands-on – Child Dev, ACCT, and CCT                  Deb Schweikardt & Nancy Merwin

Food Science Activities – Tara Bradford

Breakout Topics Wednesday August 9th

The Tiny House Movement & Eco – Friendly Design – Diane Klemme

ACP, Career Cruising, Building Ties with Local Business an Overview – Kari Mueller

Best Practice – Culinary Lessons That Work – Laura Bushendorf

Quick and Easy Conduct and Effort Assessment in your Classroom – Vicki Colle

Home Baking Teacher of the Year – Power of Eggs Lessons  – Delaine Stendahl

Active Learning Strategies Middle and High School – Jamie Buechel

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Conference Registration Fees & Forms

Members – $130.00  w/o dinner $110.00

Non-Members – $180.00  w/o dinner $160.00

$80.00 Student Members

click here> 2017 WFCE Conference Flyer

click here>  Conference Registration Form 

click here> Conference Meals

click here> 2017-18 Membership Form Lined



Conference Lodging Rates 

August 6 – 8th

   

     1 Bedroom Queen Condo — $148 – $162.00
     1 Bedroom King Condo – $154.00 – $194.00
             2 Bedroom 2 Bath (King) $198.00

             2 Bedroom 1 Bath (Queen) $171.00

For reservations call – 1-800- 273-7877 Ask for WFCE room block and rates. Conference block ends on July 7, 2017.  Conference rates will be honored for late reservations based on availability.  Proof of tax-exempt status at check-in is required