The annual Oregon School Employee Wellness Conference is a statewide conference that aims to educate, engage and empower educators and school staff to create healthy, resilient school workplaces. The conference has become a trusted source for quality professional development and networking and brings national, state and local experts that share practical information and tools to start and sustain school employee wellness. Find more information below!

2020 School Employee Wellness Conference

Empowering the Conversation Together

March 22-24, 2020

The Riverhouse – Bend, Oregon

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Save your spot at the 2020 School Employee Wellness Conference or register your team today! There is no registration fee to attend the conference. 

Featuring Keynote Speaker Tara Brown

Known as “The Connection Coach”, Tara’s 30 year professional journey as a teacher and coach has taken her coast to coast and internationally working with both school employees and youth.


Plan your SEW Conference experience with the Agenda-at-a-Glance! With breakout sessions, rejuvenation activities and Healthy Happy Hour, the conference aims to provide health and well-being activities and opportunities each day.

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“OEA Choice Trust is a leading organization working on school employee wellness. The quality of speakers draws people, and the Trust walks their talk by having physical activities built into the days. OEA Choice Trust simply puts on the best conference.”
– 2017 Conference Participant
Conference Goal:

To empower school employees in creating healthier school environments that foster the overall physical, social and emotional health and well-being of staff.

Professional Development:

Earn up to 10 CPDUs, sponsored by OEA 


A light breakfast will be provided for conference attendees at the Riverhouse convention center on Monday and Tuesday morning. Lunch will be provided on Monday and Tuesday as part of the event.


Click on the links below for past School Employee Wellness Conference materials and presentations.