Times: 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Registration is Free.
Registration open through 4/16/2021 11:59 PM EST
As a community of school social workers, we will work together and learn from each other to form a supportive network to promote our own health and well-being and develop best practices for our work. This will be an opportunity for us to: collaborate with one another, share resources, identify topics of interest to extend our own learning, and stay current on the latest special education issues as related to our role in the schools.
The MAISD is a strong regional education service agency serving the public schools of Muskegon and parts of Oceana, Ottawa, and Newaygo counties.
Our primary mission is to provide the leadership, programs, and services that enhance the success of everyone we serve and it is our vision to be the premier source for quality educational leadership, programs, and services.
6.0 Professional Development Hours
No SCECHs available
Stacie Hopkins-Schrumpf, LMSW, SSW is a Behavior Consultant working with building teams across Muskegon County providing intensive, individualized behavior support for students in special education. She is also a CPI trainer and provides professional development in the areas of Tier 3 Behavior Interventions. Other areas of interest are: PBIS, classroom management, Mindfulness practices in the classroom, and engaging in community organizing to support youth in our county. She was previously a school social worker in the North and Eastern Service Units, as well as a clinical therapist. She received her BA in Psychology from Hope College and her MSW from the University of Michigan.
Stephanie Dye is a Behavioral Support Consultant for the MAISD. She is a Licensed Master's level social worker with an emphasis on School Social Work from Grand Valley State University. She's also a Therapeutic Crisis Intervention (TCI) Trainer and a Mindfulness trainer. She has over 8 years of experience working with at-risk youth in segregated education facilities for students with developmental disabilities and with emotional impairments. Her background consists of working with children and families as a foster care caseworker, mentoring at-risk youth, and being a court appointed special advocate.
For questions on this session, contact:
MAISD Registration Assistance
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