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2020 Every Child Counts Symposium
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Wednesday, February 5
 

8:00am

9:00am

12:00pm

1:00pm

2:30pm

2:45pm

"Anyone Home?" Tackling Parents' Educational Rights and Residency Santa Rosa BallroomErnest L. Bell • Elizabeth Rho-Ng "Every Shut Eye Ain't Sleep": First and Forever: Families as Equal Status Partners in the Educational Process Sinatra1&2Mary Montle Bacon, Ph.D. All Means All: Drafting Student Accommodations that Facilitate Access, Equity, and Student Resiliency Sinatra 9&10Alefia E. Mithaiwala How to Utilize Pupil Personnel Services Professionals to Address Behaviors, School Climate, and Absenteeism Springs ABSteven France • Dawn Anderson • Brian Leung • Loretta Whitson • Daniel McCarthy Legislative Update 2020: Do I Need to Update My Annual Notification? Sinatra 13&14Marian Chiara • Melissa Schoonmaker • Dr. Rachelle Touzard • Susan Chaides • Jewel Forbes • Victor Thompson Mental Health Wellness: How to Serve the Whole Student in the Educational Setting Sinatra 3&4Karen Samman • MaryAnn Frates Part I: Beyond the Surface – Identifying and Assessing Students with Mental Health Needs JW PavilionJennifer Baldassari • Kyle Raney Revolutionizing best practices to nurture an oasis of hope Sinatra 11&12Sonia LLamas Student Records: Everything You Wanted To Know But were Afraid To Ask Springs KLSherman Garnett The ABC's of QAP: Exploring California's Quality Assurance Process Sinatra 5&6Alison Rose • Moises Buhain Vaping In Our Schools & Community= Crisis Level San Jacinto BallroomHector Molina How to Successfully Navigate Special Education Pitfalls for Vulnerable Populations Springs Ballroom CDELysa Saltzman • Betsy DeGarmoe The Essential Oasis: Disabling Disproportionality in Special Education Springs Ballroom HIJConnie Silva • Mildred Browne, Ed.D. • Jon Eyler, Ed.D. • James Johnson

4:30pm

6:30pm

 
Thursday, February 6
 

7:00am

7:15am

8:30am

10:15am

11:45am

1:00pm

2:15pm

Active Engagement in the Moderate to Severe Special Ed Class Springs KLMary Sagsetter ADVANCED 504: An Educator's Guide to Due Process & Section 504 Hearings Sinatra 5&6Gerald J. Hime • Ray Vincent ALL Means ALL: Ensuring LGBT students and staff are safe and included Sinatra 11&12Julie A. Vitale Ph.D California Practitioner's Guide for Educating English Language Learners with Disabilities: A Birdseye View of Chapter 7: Teaching and Learning to Meet Student Needs Sinatra 9&10Deborah Montoya • Lupita Olguin-Rubio • Vanessa Lopez Child Find and Early Intervention -- Educational Frenemies: Navigating School Districts’ Competing Obligations to Students and Key Points from Due Process Sinatra 3&4Pamela Townsend • Sharon Casey Child Find and Student Discipline: Connecting the Dots Santa Rosa BallroomDina Harris Demystifying 504 Eligibility San Jacinto BallroomLeah Smith Part II: Mental Health and Student Services – Legal and Practical Perspectives for Developing Effective Programs JW PavilionAimee Perry • Paul Warren Relational Leadership, The Foundation of a High Performing Culture Springs ABVern Hazard Special Education and Transportation Working Together in the Best Interest of Students Sinatra 13&14Dayle Cantrall Utilizing Inclusive Programming in Career Technical Education Programs to Improve College and Career Readiness Outcomes Sinatra1&2Lori Grace • Jacqueline White Compassion Fatigue: When Helping Others Harms You Springs Ballroom CDEDr. Charity Plaxton-Hennings Winning the Game of School . . .One Day at a Time Springs Ballroom HIJJeff Eben

3:15pm

4:00pm

Building a Social Emotional Learning from scratch Springs ABRodney Brumit • Kris Saavadra • Nicole Mora Building Co-Teaching Classes in a Middle School Master Schedule Sinatra 5&6Josh Way Fostering Good Outcomes for Foster Youth Sinatra 11&12Kidd Crawford • Amy R. Levine How to Prevent Compensatory Education from Becoming De Facto Money Damages Santa Rosa BallroomCathy Holmes • Paul Lacy Instructional Equity that Supports SBAC Success: Non-Negotiable Practices that improve SBAC performance Sinatra 13&14Megan Faux Legal Issues Associated with Special Education Individualized Transition Plans Sinatra1&2Jennifer Nix Life After High School: Making The Dream A Reality for Students with Moderate Disabilities Sinatra 3&4Tina Carpenter • Julie Ornelas-Smith, MFW, PPS, LCSW Open Access: Learning and Participation for All San Jacinto BallroomJill King • Jill McCann • Jennifer Wright Part III: FERPA, HIPAA, and Everything In Between – Legal Compliance with Confidentiality and Records Laws in School-Based Mental Health Programs JW PavilionSarah Garcia • Alyssa Bivins The Five Biggest Attendance Blunders and How Student Services can Avoid Them Sinatra 9&10Dennis Wiechmann • David Kopperud • Caroline Luke • Meredith Baker We're All In This Together Springs KLAnne Delfosse • Miriam K.Freedman, JD, MA A Community-Based Approach to Improving Student Attendance Springs Ballroom HIJDr. Erin Simon • Jennifer Gomeztrejo Threatscapes: Targeted Violence, Threat Assessments & Threat Management Springs Ballroom CDEManny Tau, Psy.D., CTM

5:30pm

 
Friday, February 7
 

7:15am

8:30am

10:15am

12:00pm

12:45pm