CSIP Collaborative Network

CSIP Support

Network | Virtual | Free

  • Date: January 25, 2023

  • Time: 1-2:30 PM

  • Place: Virtual

  • Intended Audience: Superintendents & Assistant Superintendents, Principals & Assistant Principals, Others leading the CSIP development/implementation process

  • Registration Fee: Free and open to GOCSD Members and Nonmembers


Our CSIP Collaborative Network is designed to support districts through the CSIP process at whatever point you might be, whether you are just beginning the process, are moving fast to complete your plan in the next few months, or have yours written and are moving to implementation. Participate in our collaborative network to learn strategies, tips, and tools that support this work, and to share your resources and ideas. Future meetings and needed resources will be determined at this meeting.

Join us for our January session to learn more about engaging our communities through the use of effective surveys and engagement strategies from Mrs. Josey McPhail Director of Community Relations & Engagement, Republic Schools. Dr. Sandy Leech from Hollister will join us as well to walk us through a scoring guide to help support CSIP creation and development.


Dr. Debbie Yonke

Dr. Debbie Yonke
Co-Director of Professional Learning

Dr. Debbie Yonke recently retired as the Director of Professional Learning and Instructional Support at Republic Schools. During her 30 year career in public education, she has served as a classroom teacher, instructional specialist, and curriculum director. Her professional goal is to empower and support educators so that they might equip their students for a successful future. She has been blessed to serve alongside many other amazing educators in the Republic, Willard and Springfield districts and collaborate with leaders and teachers throughout Missouri. She also has had the opportunity to collaborate with educators throughout the nation as a Cooperative Learning Trainer and also partner with non-profit organizations to train teachers in both Cambodia and Ethiopia. In her free time, Dr. Yonke enjoys spending time with her husband, Steve who is a retired educator, their 3 daughters and grandson, Grady.

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