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Topic: AMTNYS Rye Conference
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Bruce Waldner

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Re: AMTNYS Rye Conference
Posted: Mar 25, 2012 11:57 AM
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Caryl

I don't think I will be able to do AMTNYS next year now. I had told you I
would work up a speaker proposal but not now. I went to a new doctor and he
says I need a hip replacement and I do not want to do it before we go to
Aruba as he would not allow international travel for four months after the
surgery and the earliest date he can give me is about 3 months prior to our
Aug 4 flight. That means the surgery will be delayed until late August,
early Sept and that would be too close to AMTNYS for me to commit to speaking.

Bruce Waldner


In a message dated 3/24/2012 10:14:44 A.M. Central Daylight Time,
mathcaryl@aol.com writes:

The 62nd Annual AMTNYS Conference


Call for Speakers
Rye Town 2012


Join us for an extraordinary professional development opportunity at the
Association of Mathematics Teachers of New York State (AMTNYS) annual
conference on November 8-10 in Rye Town, New York. We?re seeking innovative and
instructional proposals at all levels of mathematics (K-16). Speakers can
select among a variety of formats from workshops to traditional hour long
sessions. Accepted proposals have their conference registration fee
waived. We know you LIVE and LOVE MATH so share your passion with some of the
best teachers in New York State! Go to the _www.amtnys.org_
(http://www.amtnys.org/) website for the link to the proposal form.



Caryl Lorandini
AMTNYS, Treasurer
LIMACON, Secretary
NCMTA, Past-President

NCAMS, Executive Board








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