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50th Agenda


7:30 a.m.

Registration and Breakfast

Celebrate! Don’t miss these Golden Opportunities...
  • Enjoy music and a slide show from five decades of DCCCD
  • Get your photo taken with friends and colleagues in front of the 50th Anniversary Celebration backdrop
  • View the DCCCD History Timeline in the registration corridor
  • Be part of DCCCD’s History Boards – sign your name and years of service on every board where you have worked
  • Visit with sponsoring vendors
  • Post photos of you and your friends on social media. Use the hashtag #DCCCD50th (Students with selfie sticks are on hand to help.)

9 a.m.

Program Opening

  • Welcome from DCCCD Board Chair Charletta Rogers Compton
  • Words from Founding Chancellor Bill J. Priest
  • Keynote Address from Chancellor Joe May
  • Recognition of the 2014-2015 District Award Winners
  • Recognition of the 2015-2016 Excellence in Teaching Award Winners

11:30 a.m.


1:15 p.m.

The Celebration Continues ...

  • Show your skill in the Lip Sync Contest – Cayuse Room
  • Win big in DCCCD Bingo – Pelham Room
  • Hear from faculty sharing 50 Years of DCCCD Experiences – Riata Room
  • Learn the latest dance moves in Line Dancing – Room E
  • Experience 50 Years of DCCCD Magic – Main Ballroom
  • Share your DCCCD memories on video for our 50th Anniversary website – Room C
  • Enjoy special topic roundtables – Room D
  • Join administrators as they reflect on 50 years of The DCCCD Way – Latigo Room
  • Witness history being captured in the DCCCD Time Capsules on display in the vendor area
  • Visit with sponsoring vendors

2:30 p.m.

Grand Prize Drawings

TV, iPads, Kindle Fires – must be present to win!

2:45 p.m.

Closing Remarks From Chancellor Joe May