I am excited to announce that the Central Region Meeting for the Kansas Association of School Psychologists has been scheduled for Thursday and Friday, March 7-8, 2019. We have the opportunity to partner with the Reno County Education Cooperative and provide a virtual workshop from CASE (Council of Administrators in Special Education). The workshop will run all day (times will be announced soon), with lunch provided. The workshop will be held at ESSDACK, 1500 E 11th Ave #200, in Hutchinson. The workshop will run from 9 until 3:30 with a working lunch. Checkin will begin each morning at 8:30 am.
Each Day will be a self contained workshop. Participants can register for each day separately or both days. Cost is $20 per day for KASP members, and $30 per day for non-members. Due to the virtual nature of this workshop and time zone differences, we will have a working lunch which is included in the costs, along with snacks.
DATA DRIVEN ACCOUNTABILITY:
“Actualizing the Promise: Legal Issues”
Presented by Julie Weatherly, Esq.
Julie J. Weatherly, Esq. is the owner of Resolutions in Special Education, Inc. with attorneys in Birmingham and Mobile, Alabama and Naples, Florida. Julie is a member of the State Bars of Alabama and Georgia, and for almost 30 years, has provided legal representation and consultative services to school districts and other agencies in the area of educating students with disabilities. She has been a member of the faculty for many national and state legal institutes and is a frequent speaker at special education law conferences. Julie has developed a number of videotape training series on special education law and has been published nationally as a part of her trainings, workshops and seminars. She is the author of the legal update article for the National CASE quarterly newsletter and is a member of LRP’s Special Education Attorneys Advisory Council. In June of 1996, Julie appeared with Leslie Stahl on CBS news program “60 Minutes” to discuss the cost of meeting the legal requirements of the IDEA. In 1998, she was honored by Georgia’s Council for Exceptional Children as Georgia’s Individual who had Contributed Most to Students with Disabilities, and in April 2012, Julie received the National CASE Award for Outstanding Service.
“Actualizing the Practice: - Meeting the needs of All Students with mental health and trauma-related needs”
Thursday PM and Friday all day
Presented By various team members of the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP)
ADDITIONAL DETAILS: Further details of presentations during each session may be found here CASE Winter Conference Session Info 3-2019.pdf
***NEW DETAILS-very detailed daily schedule may be found here Detailed Central Time Zone Winter Hybrid 2019 Schedule.pdf
Kansas Association of School Psychologists (KASP) is approved by the National Association of School Psychologists to offer continuing education for school psychologists. KASP maintains responsibility for the program.
KASP is a NASP approved provider of CPDs. KASP is approved provider #1030
No person will be denied access to or full participation in any KASP 2019 program, event or activity on the basis of sex, race, color, national origin, disability, or age.