Virtual MTSS Fest 2020: An Online Learning Experience

Virtual MTSS Fest 2020: An Online Learning Experience


The Northwest Mental Health Technology Transfer Center is excited to be sponsoring and presenting at the 2020 Virtual MTSS Fest: An Online Learning Experience.

About the event: Please join us for the first ever Virtual MTSS Fest April 22, 2020! We will be offering FREE sessions on a variety of MTSS topics. Superintendent Chris Reykdal joins us for a morning welcome; George Sugai will keynote.

We will broadcast a number of morning and afternoon sessions. All are welcome to attend! The sessions will be facilitated from leaders in our MTSS Community, OSPI Staff, and Capital Region ESD 113.

Zoom registration links, clock hour registration, and other information will be posted on the MTSS Conference Page as it comes available.




Welcome by Superintendent Chris Reykdal and

Keynote:  Dr. George Sugai

10:00- 10:30am





Morning Sessions


Re-Entry After an Event Using the MTSS Framework

Presenter- Dr. Lori Lynass



Contextualizing for High School Implementation

Presenter- Dr. Jessica Swain-Bradway



Using Response Data for SLD Eligibility

Presenter – Bill Rasplica



Monitoring Implementation Progress and Impacts on Outcomes

Presenter – Dr. Brian Gaunt



Implementing Specially Designed Instruction in the general education classroom

Presenter - Amy Campbell



Interconnected Systems Framework (ISF): Integrating MTSS & School Mental Health

Presenter - Kelcey Schmitz



Break "Lunch on your own"



Afternoon Sessions


Cultural Responsiveness through Validating, Affirming, Building, and Bridging

Presenter – Michelle Belnavis



Engaging Families in PBIS

Presenter – Dr. Kathleen Strickland-Cohen



Early Childhood PBIS

Presenter – Dr. Gail Joseph



Tier 2 Overview

Presenter – Dr. Maggie Schulze



Intensifying Interventions

Presenter – Dr. Sarah Arden



Implementing Social-Emotional Learning into PBIS

Presenters – Susan Barrett and Tammy Bolen


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