Wednesday, September 7, 2022 - Thursday, September 8, 2022
Join educators for the 13th annual Kansas MTSS Symposium! The Kansas MTSS Symposium focuses on evidence-based practices which MTSS is built upon along with the leadership and systems that support sustained implementation. At the Kansas MTSS Symposium, you will get to participate in many offered breakout sessions with national experts and hear from Kansas schools highlighting their work and successes with MTSS. This year the symposium is at a limited capacity.
Due to limited capacity, the 2022 Kansas MTSS Symposium is only open to Kansas Educators, if space is available after August 1st we will open the registration for everyone.
The registration fee to attend the Symposium on September 7 and September 8 is $300.00.
Payment must be made to ensure your registration is complete. If you have questions about billing or registration. Please contact Brad Schwartz at email@example.com
Draft Conference Schedule- A formal Agenda will be posted at later date.
Wednesday, September 7th- First Day of the Conference
Thursday, September 8th- Second Day of the Conference
Registration will close when the event capacity has been reached, but no later than 8/24/2022 10:45 PM. If Event Capacity is reached a waiting list will begin.
Please note NO WALK-IN Registrations will be accepted at the conference.
To complete registration payment must be made. Payment can be made by credit card or electronic check. If you are going to fill out the registration form, make sure you have your payment ready to enter after completing the registration form. If you have questions about payment please contact Brad Schwartz at firstname.lastname@example.org
Addressing the area of Behavior Social-Emotional Learning
Dr. Tricia Berg
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 & National Teacher of the Year
We are monitoring COVID-19 spread, government mandates and policy changes; CDC guidelines; and other public health advancements. Currently, there will be a sanitation station that will include limited PPE and hand sanitizer at this year's conference for your convenience. The conference venue does not have a mask requirement at this time, so please plan for your own comfort by bringing your own mask(s) if you plan to wear one throughout the conference. Let's all be respectful of each others' choices as we continue to navigate health and safety concerns.