Sponsorship General Information

  • Sponsorships

    Corporate sponsorships with ESC Region 11 provide a unique opportunity to promote your business or service to school district and charter school personnel, connecting and building relationships with an audience that you want to reach.

Sponsorship Benefits

  • Throughout the year, ESC Region 11 hosts many events, workshops, and training sessions that will put your business' name in front of school decision-makers as well as decision-influencers such as: 

    • teachers, librarians, counselors;
    • principals and other school administrators;
    • technology and financial directors;
    • school and district administrative assistants
    • operations managers; and,
    • school superintendents.

    Through a direct link to educators and others in the education world, ESC Region 11 provides your organization with a variety opportunities, choices of funding levels, selection of the appropriate audience for your business, and interaction that may include a program ad, face-to-face access, or product/service demonstration.

    Events may be added to this list as will updates about sponsorship opportunities so please check back regularly for those changes. 


Steps for Sponsors to Take

    • Read the guidelines for sponsors. ESC Region 11 has the right to refuse sponsors that represent products or services that are deemed inappropriate for our audiences or compete with products and services offered by ESC Region 11. 

    • Complete this sponsorship form indicating the opportunities you are interested in.

    Sponsors will be contacted by the event/meeting representative with additional details.


Sponsorship Opportunities

  • Annual Teacher of the Year Recognition Sponsorship and Amenity Opportunities
    August 2019 

    The Region 11 Teacher of the Year Banquet is an evening dinner that recognizes all of the teachers of the year from school districts in the north central Texas region. Two teachers - one elementary and one secondary - are named at the banquet and will advance to the state teacher of the year competition. The Texas Teacher of the Year then advances to the national level of the competition. In addition to teachers, those attending include principals and school superintendents. Approximately 300 people attend this special recognition for the top educators in Region 11. Depending on the level of sponsorship selected, sponsors will be recognized in the printed program, on mounted announcement boards at the registration table, on our website and social media pages, through announcements during the banquet, and may receive complimentary tickets to the event.

    Sponsorship and marketing opportunities may include:

    • Contents for Swag Bags for Teachers 
    • suggested items include gift certificates/cards, tote bags, pocket flashlights, stress reliever balls, stylus pens, mouse pads, USB car chargers for mobile devices, sport water bottles, notepads, pens.
    • Door prizes 
    • Cars on loan for the two Regional Teacher of the Year winners

     

    Emerge Vendor Fair
    April 2019

    Fall School Safety Conference
    November 27, 2018, and April 2, 2019

    Governor Greg Abbott recently released a School Safety Plan with recommendations that include increasing the number of school marshals, enhanced coordination with law enforcement agencies, using threat assessment protocols, mental health interventions, increased training opportunities for educators, and improved funding for local educational agencies. The conference will take a whole-school approach while heightening awareness and providing solutions for districts and charter schools alike. Leading experts in the field will share information and experiences at this comprehensive conference, and attendees will be provided with strategies to strengthen their understanding of school safety, school security, and mental health issues.

     Any vendors that provide safety and security services or products to schools, districts or charters are invited to complete the sponsorship form.


    Instructional Leaders Advisory Meeting

    • September 20, 2018
    • December 13, 2018
    • February 28, 2019
    • June 20, 2019

    Instructional leaders of school districts and charter schools in Region 11 will receive the latest updates from the local, state, and national levels. Sessions will provide networking opportunities and opportunities to give input on future services to be offered by ESC Region 11.

    Attendance: 100-196 participants. Cost for brunch: Depends on attendance; estimated at $1,440-$2,300. 


    Leveraging Canvas
    June 2019

     

    PRIME Digital Learning Conference
    August 2019

    With a focus on infusing digital learning into classrooms, libraries, teams, campuses, and school districts, this conference brings together more than 500 teachers, librarians, technology specialists, instructional leaders, and administrators. Attendees across all curriculum areas, grade levels, and educator roles experience future-ready learning strategies, tools, and resources, and have an opportunity for hands-on learning.

    • Vendor Table
    • Vendor presentation 
    • Box lunches for attendees
    • Prime display location
    • Logo included in the program, vendor website, lobby poster

    Superintendent Meetings and Events

    TASA/Superintendent Meetings

    • September 5, 2018 - No Longer Available
    • October 3, 2018 - No Longer Available
    • December 5, 2018 - No Longer Available
    • January 9, 2019 - No Longer Available
    • March 6, 2019 - No Longer Available
    • April 3, 2019 - No Longer Available
    • May 1, 2019 - No Longer Available

    Midwinter Breakfast for Superintendents (TASA Midwinter Conference)

    • January 29, 2019 - No Longer Available

    Superintendents’ Fall Conference

    • Nov. 7-8, 2018

     

    Technology Advisory Committee Meeting

    • September 18, 2018 - sponsorship already in place
    • November 13, 2018
    • February 9, 2019

    This committee receives updates on critical information from TEA and new technology and helps make recommendations on the technology needed in districts. Participants are able to network with other technology directors. There is a technical and instructional focus for this meeting. This meeting is designed for district technology directors, lead instructional technologist, and lead librarians from each district.
     
    Attendance: 75-150 participants. Cost for lunch: Depends on attendance; estimated at $900-$1,800.