Semi Ojeleye Basketball Camp
Who: Boys & Girls, Ages 6-15When: August 20-23Time: 9am-3pmWhere: St. Augustine's SchoolPrice: $295This Semi Ojeleye Basketball Camp in partnership with PSB will be directed by Terrell Ivory, Director of PSB Boston and head coach of Phillips Academy Andover.This camp is for boys and girls of all skill levels. Campers will participate in a variety of skills and drills as well as take part in daily competitions and games. Semi will make a few appearances throughout the week of camp and each camper will receive a personal picture with Semi and an autograph from him as well as a camp t-shirt.With a staff of experienced former and current high school, college, and pro players and coaches, this camp provides a great opportunity for kids to learn from players and coaches who have had success both on and off the court.**CAMP LOGISTICS** - Camp registration and check in will start at 8:30am everyday. Parents must check their child(ren) into camp. - Parents are welcome to watch camp at any time throughout the day if they choose. See sample schedule at bottom.- Campers should wear athletic shoes and clothing. Do NOT bring a basketball.- A camp concession stand with snacks and drinks may be available depending on camp location. In the case of a camp concession stand, a camp bank will be available for campers to deposit money to be used at the concessions stand.- Campers must bring their own lunch.- Camp will end at 3pm everyday. Parents must check their child(ren) our of camp.- All other campers must be picked up by 3:15pm.- Refund Policy: Campers are entitled to a full refund (minus a $20 refund fee) up to 1 week before camp starts. Within one week of camp, a credit for all fees paid will be issued and valid for 1 year. Credits can only be transferred to a family member. No cash refunds will be issued within one week of camp.**SAMPLE SCHEDULE**8:30-9:00am - Check in9:00-9:15am - Warm up9:15-10:30am - Skill Stations10:30-10:45am - Break10:45-12:00pm - Games (1v1, 2v2, 3v3)12:00-1pm - lunch1:00-2:00pm - Competitions (hot shot, speed lay-ups, speed shooting)2:00-3:00pm - Scrimmaging (4v4 or 5v5)
When: Aug 21, 2018 9am to Aug 21, 2018 3pm in Andover, MA
Supervising Like a Boss: Evidence-based Approaches to Personnel Management and Supervision with Dr. Amy J. Henley
Abstract: Many certified behavior analysts are tasked with training, supervising, or otherwise supporting the behavior of others. Unfortunately, few receive the formal training needed to learn the skills involved in this important responsibility and limited literature exists to guide new supervisors. Without such training and resources, supervisors often rely on ineffective approaches, which can jeopardize supervisee and client outcomes. This presentation will discuss empirically supported methods for training and promoting staff performance with an emphasis on human service professionals. Specifically, behavioral skills training, delivering positive and corrective performance feedback, and recommendations for implementing healthy behavioral practices with supervisees will be covered. Resources for supporting high quality supervisory practices and continued professional development will also be discussed. Bio: Dr. Amy Henley, a board certified behavior analyst, is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology at Western New England University. Amy received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of California San Diego and her Masters and Ph.D. in Behavior Analysis from the University of Kansas. Amy conducts applied and use-inspired basic research related to staff training and performance management. Her work also focuses on the application of behavioral economic methodology to evaluate the influence of choice and decision making on employee performance. Amy has published articles and book chapters on a variety of topics including instructional control, staff training, feedback, incentives, discounting, and demand. She has also served as a guest reviewer for the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, Behavior Analysis in Practice, The Psychological Record, Behavior Analysis Research and Practice, and the Journal of Behavioral Education.
When: Sep 13, 2018 3:30PM in Andover, MA
Andover Block Party 2018
The 4th annual Andover Cares Community Block Party will be held on Saturday September 15, 2018. Co-sponsored by the Rotary Club of Andover and the Town of Andover's Department of Community Services. This year's block party will feature GREAT music, competitive family games (tug of war, balloon toss, pie eating contest, talent contest, and more)...combined with food, family fun, resources, and more! The block party will start with an INCREDIBLE Dog Parade and Best Trick Contest at 11:00(Sign-in starts at 10:30). After the Dog Parade and Best Trick Contest, stay to enjoy the stage performances, field games, and more. Sign up NOW to reserve your spot in the Dog Parade, or to support our cause. Andover Cares...A fight against addiction Raising awareness, hosting educational events, and supporting great work in Andover to tackle addiction in our community! 100% of the Andover Cares Fund supports grants that address Andover's multi-tiered approach to this crisis in our community: education, prevention, intervention, and enforcement. The Rotary Club of Andover Charitable Trust d/b/a Andover Cares Fund is a qualified 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization and donations are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law. No goods or services were provided for this gift. Please consult your tax advisor regarding specific questions about your deductions.
When: Sep 15, 2018 11am in Andover, MA