FVA Summer Conference
2023 Summer Professional Development Conference
Prior to the start of each new school year, FVA holds its Summer Conference. At this time, teachers are afforded an excellent opportunity to renew professional acquaintances, meet new people and to participate in enlightening workshops. This convention is designed to address concerns and discuss ideas that are immediately applicable to teaching in the upcoming year. Always useful are the choral Reading Ssessions, where new or tried-and-true music is introduced. All-State music for Middle and High School Choruses is read and sometimes conducted by the next clinician. Also, one of the two annual FVA General Membership meetings is held.
The adjudicator training and renewal session is held the day prior to the Summer Conference at the conference hotel. The training session for both first time and renewals will begin at 9:00 am and continue until 5:00 pm.
If you are participating in this year’s Awards Ceremony Chorale, documents will be posted soon. See your message from the Awards chair for password.
This luncheon is a means for choral directors new to Florida, new to teaching, or new to the secondary level, to become acquainted with FVA rules and procedures. New directors will be acquainted with the FVA Handbook, Omnibuses, Music List.
2023 Conference Program PDF
No printed programs will be provided.
Membership management is available online at the FMEA website.
Use your existing FMEA credentials to renew your membership.
New members can also join FMEA + FVA here.
(This does not register you for the Summer Conference, do that separately, above)
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