ANNUAL FALL CONFERENCE
November 15 & 16, 2018
Red Lion Hotel Cromwell
100 Berlin Road, Cromwell, CT
STEERING CT TOWARD A HEALTHIER FUTURE
Program current as of November 13, 2018. Please note cancellations & additions.
LATE COMER? YOU MAY REGISTER ONSITE 11/15 OR 11/16! CASH, CHECK, OR CREDIT CARD WELCOME! EXPECT TO WAIT IN LINE.
Online registration will be open until 9:00 pm 11/13 and reopen at 7:30 am on 11/15
AWARDS RECEPTION – THURSDAY, 11/15, 4:30 PM
Miss the deadline? contact email@example.com
Red Lion Hotel Cromwell – Overnight Room Reservations for CTAHPERD Conference (Rates: $114 plus tax single/double) The discount code expires on November 2, 2018.
- BOOK BY TELEPHONE: Guests can call 860-288-4985, provide the dates they would like to stay, and mention the code: CTAS1113 and the name CT Assoc. For Health, Phys. Ed, Recreation
- BOOK ONLINE: Guests can also book online at www.redlion.com/cromwell and follow the 3 steps:
- Entering the date they would like to stay
- Selecting the group code and entering the code: CTAS1113
- Then hitting the book now button to see rooming options and make their selection
WHAT’S NEW IN 2018?
SPORTS MEMORABILIA AUCTION
KBK SPORTS will conduct a silent auction with sports memorabilia during our Fall Conference.
This is a great opportunity to purchase an interesting sports related keepsake. Bring your credit card, cash or check!
Do you have an item to donate to the auction? Please contact Jan Bishop for details! firstname.lastname@example.org
S.K.O.R.E. Students Keen On RECYCLING EQUIPMENT
SKORE collects new and gently used sports equipment and partners with under – served schools, teams, churches and communities to help outfit students for sports in order to promote health, self – esteem and collaboration.
Bronson Starsiak, President of SKORE, is a high school student at Simsbury High School and will be honored by CTAHPERD with the “YOUNG ADVOCATE AWARD” during our Awards Reception on November 15, 2018.
Make this a memorable occasion for Bronson by donating a new or gently used item –
SKORE is currently interested in items ideal for recess play and equipment suitable for handicapped children such as soft playground balls, mats, hula hoops, foam noodles, and exercise balls. (S.K.O.R.E. does not collect clothing, socks, uniforms etc, or large items like goals or weightlifting equipment.)
BRING YOUR DONATION TO THE CTAHPERD FALL CONFERENCE!
2018 Award Recipients Announced!
Gibson Laemel Scholarship ~ Luke Clavet, ECSU; Amy Gagne, CCSU
Young Advocate Award ~ Bronson Starsiak, Simsbury High School
Outstanding Program Awards ~ Danielle McCauley & Joe Velardi, Pomperaug High School; Amanda Torres, West Shore Middle School, Milford
Recognition Award for Advocacy and Support ~ Macdonough Elementary School Staff, Middletown
Pathfinder Award ~ Kathleen M. Walling (posthumously)
Teacher of the Year Awards ~ Tracy Tyrrell, Elementary School PE, Wallingford Public Schools; Bryan Plona, Middle School PE, Berlin Public Schools
Honorary Layman Award ~ Andrew Chasse, Hansoo Taekwondo, Glastonbury
Professional Merit Award ~ Michelle Failla, Newtown Public Schools
Professional Service Award ~ Deborah Petruzzello, Middletown Public Schools
Professional Service Award ~ Darren Robert, Eastern CT State University
Professional Honor Award ~ Edward Manfredi, Farmington Public Schools
ATTENTION VENDORS! You are cordially invited to exhibit your products and services at the Fall Conference of The Connecticut Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance to be held November 15 and 16, 2018. Conveniently located off Interstate 91, the Red Lion Cromwell Hotel in Cromwell, CT is the site for this event.
Exhibitors for this two-day conference will set up in the hotel on Thursday before 8:00 a.m. The exhibit period is from 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. each day.
With a membership near 800 professionals and future professionals representing health and physical education teachers, recreation specialists and dance instructors, our attendance averages 450 each day. Attendees request items to purchase from exhibitors, so please plan accordingly.
Plan to provide special backdrops, extension cords, audiovisual equipment, tape, scissors, etc. as needed. Electricity fee is extra. Exhibitors are solely responsible for transportation, loading and breakdown, display and safety of their exhibits. CTAHPERD reserves the right to make final decisions on all matters relating to exhibits. The application becomes a contract when accepted by CTAHPERD.
The following organizations and companies will be exhibiting with us in November:
15-40 Connection – Action Based Learning – Bike Walk CT – Black Hall Outfitters – Brain Injury Alliance of CT – CATCH Global Foundation – Central CT State University – Chapter 126 Sports & Fitness at Oak Hill -Children’s Health Market – CT Cycling Advancement Program – CT DEEP Wildlife Division – Dove Self Esteem – Eastern District SHAPE America – Everfi, Inc. – First Tee of CT – Flaghouse – Goodheart Willcox Publisher – Grand Classroom – High 5 Adventure Learning Center – Image Sports – National Active Championship USA – National Circus Project – New York Road Runner – Right Response Fundraising – S & S Worldwide – Speed Stacks – Spikeball Inc. – Spinnerball – Strider Education Foundation – US GAMES – USTA New England