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UACTE 2017 has ended
Orem High School is located at 175 S. 400 E., Orem, UT 84097

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Friday, February 3
 

6:30pm

Opening Session: Keynote and Awards
Jerre Holmes earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Utah in 1986 with an English major and a coaching minor. He earned his master’s degree in Secondary Education (Administrative/Supervisory endorsement) from Utah State University in 2003. He began his career at Ben Lomond High School in 1987 as an English teacher and assistant coach in football and basketball. He became the head football coach in 1989. He later went to Rich High School where he was the head football and basketball coach and athletic director. He later became the principal of the high school while retaining his duties with football and basketball. Rich won their first-ever state championship in football in 1994 and won two more in ‘95 and ‘96. During that stretch, they won 28 games in a row, which at the time was a Utah state record. Holmes left Rich High School in 2000 and went to North Summit High School. He was the principal and head football and basketball coach until 2011. North Summit won two titles in basketball and two in football during this time. In 2014, Jerre was given the Distinguished Coach Award by the Utah Sports Hall of Fame. A year later the Utah Chapter of The National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame honored him for his Outstanding Service to High School Football as a Coach. He is now the superintendent of North Summit School District. Jerre has been married to his wife, Diane, for 32 years. They were high school sweethearts in Cokeville, Wyoming. They have four daughters, one son, and seven beautiful and energetic grandchildren.

Speakers

Friday February 3, 2017 6:30pm - Saturday February 4, 2017 8:00pm
Auditorium
 
Saturday, February 4
 

2:45pm

Closing Keynote
ACTE greetings
Jones Loflin has made it his life’s work to deliver powerful ideas and practical solutions to individuals around the world so they can achieve more of what is most important to them. In his 22 years as a speaker and trainer he has helped countless people regain confidence in their ability to achieve greater success in work and life.

Jones’ innovative yet practical solutions have attracted the attention of organizations around the world. His client list includes Federal Express, Wal-Mart, Choice Hotels, Volvo Cars, Bridgestone, American Farm Bureau and State Farm as well as the United States Navy and Air Force.

Jones is no stranger to Utah CTE. Since 1996 he has spoken at numerous CTE student conferences, and has trained several groups of CTE state officers. Jones is also a former CTE instructor.

Looking for ways to expand the reach of his message, Jones chose to become an author. Juggling Elephants is a witty and profound parable about one man’s search for solutions for the struggle of too much do. The book is available in the US and over 14 countries. He is also the author of Getting The Blue Ribbon, a unique story offering simple strategies to get better results. Getting to It is considered a field guide to accomplishing what is most important. His newest book, Always Growing, will be released in February, and offers strategies to improve as a leader whether you have been leading for two days or two decades.

Jones believes the key to success is being passionate about certain things in life, including family, spiritual beliefs, career and relationships.

When not working with some amazing individuals and organizations seeking better results, Jones resides in North Carolina with his wonderful wife Lisa and their two perfect daughters.

 

Speakers

Saturday February 4, 2017 2:45pm - 4:00pm
Auditorium