Join educators for the 13th annual Kansas MTSS Symposium Sept. 7-8 in Wichita at the downtown Hyatt.
The Kansas MTSS Symposium focuses on evidence-based practices which Kansas MTSS is built upon, along with the leadership and systems that support sustained implementation. At the Kansas MTSS Symposium, participants will be offered breakout sessions with national experts, Kansas MTSS State Trainers and get to hear from Kansas schools highlighting their work and successes with Kansas MTSS. This year the symposium is at a limited capacity of 900 attendees, and we are approaching capacity.
National presenters include:
Addressing the Area of Behavior Social-Emotional Learning
Dr. Lisa Lande
Dr. Clark McKown
Addressing the area of Reading
Dr. Maria Murray
Addressing the Area of Math
Dr. Jennifer Bay-Williams
Dr. Sarah Powell
Addressing the Area of Early Childhood
Dr. Doug Clements
Dr. Mary Louise Hemmeter
Addressing the Area of Leadership
Addressing FastBridge Pre-K
Dr. Rachel Brown
Kansas and National Teacher of the Year
The registration fee to attend the Symposium on Sept. 7–8 is $300. You may get more information and register at https://reg.learningstream.com/reg/event_page.aspx?ek=0009-0020-b7194186c48f4745a9a23cd91ab84c04.
The Kansas MTSS Pre-Symposium with Dr. Dominique Smith will be Tuesday, Sept 6, in Wichita at the downtown Hyatt. The Pre-Symposium is free, but limited in capacity. Please visit https://reg.learningstream.com/reg/event_page.aspx?ek=0009-0020-b7194186c48f4745a9a23cd91ab84c04 for more information and to register.
Registration for the Kansas MTSS Pre-Symposium and the Symposium will close when capacity is reached, but no later than 10:45 p.m. Aug. 24. If you have questions, please email Todd Wiedemann, Kansas MTSS and Alignment co-director at email@example.com.
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