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Inspired Classroom Innovation

Celebrate passionate educators.

Hear their stories of inspired classroom innovation.

Connect with leaders who care about public education.


LAUNCH celebrates educators who share their passions in novel ways and create new learning opportunities. During this unique event VEPGrant recipients will present their groundbreaking ideas that inspire innovation and life-long learning.Our world is changing rapidly and life-long learning must be a priority. To help prepare VUSD students for whatever awaits them, VEP is creating an ecosystem for classroom innovation. Through individual and collaborative grants, information sharing and special events, VEP encourages educators to pursue their passions, adapt curricula and embrace the future. 

Are you ready to  ?

Thursday, June 20, 2019 at 5:30 pm

Ventura Masonic Center at 482 East Santa Clara Street

$25 General Admission          $75 VIP Admission with Speaker Meet and Greet

Sponsorships include VIP Admission. 100% of your sponsorship supports 2019/20 VEPGrants

          

Questions? Please contact VEP President, Madhu Bajaj at madhubajaj@gmail.com or (805) 754-9861. Thank you!  

Generously Sponsored By  
The Ground Breaker:  
   
The Motivator: Madhu Bajaj
  Irene V. Henry State Farm Agent


 

 

Featured Educators


  Elisabeth Denger-Harris
Principal 
Poinsettia Elementary
 

Creative solutions to social justice challenges drive  elements of Beth's work in education. As a mother of  a child with autism, Beth has a personal viewpoint which makes her passionate about equity for all. 


Kelly Herrera
Teacher
Buena High School
 
   

Kelly teaches AP Literature and AP Language. She monitors English Learners, mentors new teachers, and can work poetry into any lesson. She enjoys cooking, gardening, and family time.


  Alex Wulff
Teacher
DATA Middle School
   

Alex is a teacher, maker and entrepreneur. He masters and shares media and fabrication technologies so that students can pursue their dreams. He empowers students to “MAKE” their world.