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frequently asked questions

 

Where is the OBO conference held? 

Sessions are split between Cascade Middle School and Evergreen High School, but you will start your day at EHS with the continental breakfast and Keynote speaker.

A map is posted online, or you can wait and use the map that will be in your “Notes and Wonders” notebook! 

 

How do I register for OBO sessions?

We are using a website called "Sched" to manage all the sessions and attendees. You may have seen Sched used last year at OBO and at other PD events over the last year. Here are some helpful guides for navigating the Sched system.

     

 

Is the conference open to anyone?

OnebyOne is specifically designed for all educators and support staff who are working to improve outcomes for kids.

 

How much does it cost to attend?

A conference of this caliber with amazing experts for three full days could cost you bundles! OnebyOne is a free voluntary professional development opportunity that you will love!

 

Is there food provided?

A continental breakfast is provided each morning. There is a break for lunch, so attendees have the opportunity to purchase lunch from one of the on-site food vendors. Or if you would prefer, feel free to bring a bagged lunch!

 

Are clock hours available?

Yep! All sessions will offer TPEP hours, and specific sessions will offer STEM hours.

 

What should I bring with me?

Bring your fully charged device (or borrow one from the Tech Helpdesk), a couple of pens, and your unfettered creativity!

 

What is the WiFi Password for EHS and CMS?

SSID:epsguest3

Username:eps.guest

Password:Evergreen
 

 

 

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