by Mike Neustedter
We are doing great work and we can’t wait to show you more at An Evening to Elevate Educators this fall. Over the last several months I’ve been working with the rest of the PEBC team to develop this new event. We created An Evening to Elevate Educators so we could hear stories from local educators about their work with PEBC and the incredible impact it has made in their classrooms.
The intention of the event is to also raise the funds we need to continue elevating our educators.
The event is on Thursday, November 7 at 5 p.m. at DaVita World Headquarters. The evening will be memorable – and a lot of fun. Here’s why you should join us:
DaVita World Headquarters
If you aren’t familiar with DaVita’s World HQ – it’s spectacular. The venue is right across the street from Union Station and they have set the bar incredibly high when it comes to office accommodations in Denver. When I visited DaVita for the first time, I thought I was walking into a luxury hotel. My favorite part? The patio attached to the event space has the best views of the Rocky Mountains in Denver.
Admission to the event is free and there will be appetizers and beverages (alcoholic and nonalcoholic) provided. Come join us for a couple of drinks and apps – and then make it the full downtown experience by walking over to your favorite 16th Street dinner spot afterwards.
We will be asking for donations to help us carry out our mission – although it is entirely voluntary and there is no minimum or maximum expectations.
PEBC is making pre K-12 classrooms better places for student growth and success by helping teachers become the best educators possible – and we are excited to show you how we make it all happen. Our speakers include local educators who will tell us how PEBC has helped them in their profession and how it has helped them maintain quality instruction in the classroom.
Our lineup also includes Colorado Public Radio education reporter Jenny Brundin and former Denver Bronco Reggie Rivers.
You won’t want to miss the special performance by the Flobots – a hip hop act known for its platinum single “Handlebars” and widely recognized for using their music as an inspiration for social change.
How did we get such a big headliner to come play for us? You’ll have to join us to find out!
Support a Great Cause
Funding from local individuals and businesses allow us to continue elevating our educators. We need you. Our programs need you. Most of all, our extraordinary teachers and students need you.
Interested in joining us? A limited number of tickets are available and you can register here.