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Thursday, July 27 • 8:30am - 10:30am
Introduction to MTSS

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This strand will teach participants why and how MTSS is implemented and sustained.  Participants will learn about MTSS, supporting domains, and action steps for transformation.

Speakers
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Kimberli Breen

Regional Facilitator Director, SWIFT Education Center
Kimberli Breen, MS, CAS, MA is a Regional Facilitator Director with the University of Kansas SWIFT Education Center. She currently supports school, district and state teams with system-wide improvement efforts in California, Oregon and New York. Kim has had lead roles within the IL MTSS, IL PBIS and NYS PBIS Networks, and has driven school reform as a School Counselor, PBIS Coach and National Educational Consultant in a variety of settings throughout the country. Her publications focus on family-driven, targeted (Tier 2), intensive (Tier 3), and system-wide implementation... Read More →
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Jennifer Garcia

PBIS/MTSS Coordinator, Butte County Office of Education
Jennifer Garcia is a coordinator of MTSS and PBIS in Butte County. Additionally she supports implementation of PBIS within the Butte County alternative programs. She has over 20 years of experience supporting students with intensive behavioral needs.  She is a member of the stat... Read More →
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Michael Lombardo

Executive Director, Placer County Office of Education
Executive Director Prevention Supports and Services
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Rhonda Marriott

Coordinator, Academic Interventions, Orange County Dept of Education
Hi, let's talk about supporting ALL students in an academic setting utilizing an MTSS framework and UDL principles. We can share instructional practices to support reading, writing, and math for students requiring intervention, at grade level, and enrichment.
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Alisia Moutry

Regional Facilitator Director, SWIFT Education Center
Alisia Moutry, Ph.D., is a native of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Dr. Moutry is currently employed by the University of Kansas as a Regional Director for the School-wide Integrated Framework for Transformation Grant supporting both Baltimore City Public Schools and California Scaling Up MTSS (CASUMS). She was employed by Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS) for 18 years. At MPS she held the positions of teacher, mentor, teacher on special assignment, an administrative Program Coordinator and a Director. She began work with the Cooperative Educational Service Agency (CESA) #1 in October, 2008, as the Statewide Director of the Responsive Education for ALL Children Grant and in April, 2012, as the local Chief of Staff for the Jamie S. Settlement Agreement working directly with the court appointed and nationally known, Independent Expert, W. Alan Coulter, Ph.D. August 2012, as the Title I Network Coordinator and Department of Public Instruction Turnaround Liaison. Dr. Moutry was the Executive Director of the Milwaukee Teacher Education Center (MTEC) a statewide non-profit alternative certification and training program for 4 years. | | Dr. Moutry achievements included: 2013 Rufus King Distinguished Alumnus, 2013 Milwaukee Community Journal Award, 2009 Holy Redeemer 100 Women of Honor Award, 1996 University Wisconsin-Milwaukee Pre-College Academy Distinguished Teacher Award, and the 1990 Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Incorporated Influential Woman Award. In Special Education Practices: Personal Narratives of African American Scholars, Educators, and Related Professionals, she has her first published article entitled, All Children are Special: Response-to- Intervention for African American Students with Nova Science Publisher of Hauppauge, New York. She is a member of Black Child Development Institute-Milwaukee Affiliate, City at Peace in the Arts (CAPITA) Production Board, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated, Dominican High School Board, Metropolitan Milwaukee Alliance of Black School Educators (former Executive Board Member), National Association for Alternative Certification, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Winthrop Special Education Advisory Board and, former member of the Young... Read More →



Thursday July 27, 2017 8:30am - 10:30am
Catalina Ballroom I