Blake Peuse is the National Educational Strategist at SitelogIQ. He has over 25 years of industry experience and uses his vast experience to strategize high quality and aligned educational solutions for schools and municipalities. V Blake uses his experience in public education to help districts develop and implement long-range strategic facility plans and delivery of programs. He approaches every project with the intent to improve the learning experience and provide students the environment and tools needed for success.
Blake’s experience includes serving as a Superintendent, Principal, Assistant Principal, and as a teacher at the PK-12 levels. As Superintendent of Schools for the St. Francis School District, he has collaboratively led the district to increased student outcomes, distributed leadership expectations, and continuous improvement modeling through AdvancED Accreditation. Prior to becoming Superintendent in St. Francis, Blake had the honor of serving as Superintendent of the Northern Ozaukee School District Principal at New Berlin West Middle/High School, known for exemplary student achievement, and Brown Deer Middle School, a recognized leader in closing achievement gaps. Blake’s strengths are his ability to foster collective and collaborative opportunities for the district, students, staff, and the community to ensure alignment with district goals and excellent outcomes for students.
Prior to joining SitelogIQ, Blake was a Senior Business Consultant at Unesco, Inc., a program management firm with a combined 1,300 years of planning, design, engineering and construction experience that has implemented over $1.2 billion in educational facility improvements for more than 100 K-12 school districts throughout the Upper Midwest.
Blake received his Bachelor of Science from the University of Wisconsin-Platteville in Physical Education, Health, and Adaptive Physical education. He later received his Master of Arts from Marian University in Educational Leadership and his Educational Specialist (Ed.S.) from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee as a Superintendent of Schools.
10:30 AM - 11:15 AM Mon, Jul 20, 2020 TBC
Communicating the "school reentry" plan: Perception is Reality!Position your district (and yourself) to thrive through the COVID crisis as you develop your return to school plan coupled with insightful communication tips and strategies. This presentation will offer proven insights to communicate your preparation plan including funding, mitigation strategies, and operational protocols so your stakeholders feel a sense of security & calmness as school reopens.
Learning Objectives & Participant OutcomesUnderstanding stakeholder perceptions as you solidify, implement, and communicate your plan is essential to restoring community confidence.
- Understand the perceptions of the stakeholder as school leaders implement their "return to school" plan
- Review updated guidelines related to behavioral protocols upon reentry (busing, entryways, office, classrooms, cafeterias, etc.)
- Learn communication strategies related to specific mitigation technologies as referenced in school reentry plan
- Understand strategies to effectively communicate disaster relief funding and present an ongoing master plan to stakeholders
- Participants will learn effective strategies to understand the perceptions of the stakeholder as they continue planning for the "return to school."
- Participants will review updated guidelines related to behavioral protocols upon reentry (busing, entryways, office, classrooms, cafeterias, etc.)
- Participants will identify communication strategies related to specific mitigation technologies as referenced in school reentry plan
- Participants will learn strategies to effectively communicate disaster relief funding and present an ongoing master plan