Randy Sprick's Safe & Civil Schools – Practical Solutions, Positive Results!

Presentations Across the Country by Randy Sprick and Associates

Of the many presentations and workshops offered by Randy Sprick and Safe & Civil Schools associates, those listed below may accept public registration.

Please note that registration at each of the following events may be limited and/or may involve a fee. Contact the agency listed under each event for more information and availability.

MO-CASE Fall Conference
September 25, 2017
Lake Ozark, MO

Randy Sprick will deliver the keynote address at the 40th Annual MO-CASE Fall Conference for administrators of special education.


Southwest Plains Regional Service Center
September 27, 2017
Sublette, KS, and satellite locations across the state

Randy Sprick will present CHAMPS: A Proactive and Positive Approach to classroom and individual student behavior management. Participants will learn basic principles of classroom management, behavior management, and an instructional approach to discipline. Call 800-728-1022 for more information and to register.


Nebraska School Psychologists Association Fall Conference
September 28-29, 2017
Kearney, NB

Randy Sprick will present "An Overview of Multi-Tiered Systems of Support" from 9-4 on September 28.


Ensuring Practical and Scientifically Sound MTSS/RTI
October 5-6, 2017
Tacoma, WA

Join Mark Shinn, Alan Coulter, Nancy Marchand-Martella, and other leaders for this informative conference on MTSS. Randy Sprick will deliver a keynote address: A Continuum of Behavior Supports: Filling in the Gaps, as well as two sessions on behavior support. See the full schedule here.


California League of Schools Safe & Civil Schools State Conference
October 20-22, 2017
San Diego, CA

Learn to create a multi-tiered system of supports for your school and classroom. Randy Sprick and Jessica Sprick will present general sessions on creating a full continuum of behavior support, active participation and behavior management, and real-world examples of PBIS in California. Breakout sessions focus on a variety of topics, including CHAMPS, absenteeism and truancy, bullying prevention, reducing out-of-school suspension, and Foundations. Click here for a full schedule.


SAFE & CIVIL SCHOOLS WORKSHOPS

Behavior Management and Addressing Absenteeism
October 24-26, 2017
Renton, WA

DAY 1: CHAMPS: Behavior Management for Classroom Teachers (with Randy Sprick)

DAY 2: Design Easy-to-Use Behavior Improvement Plans (with Randy Sprick)

Day 3: Addressing Absenteeism (with Jessica Sprick)

Click here for more details.


CASE Annual Convention
November 2-4, 2017
Reno, NV

On November 4, Randy Sprick will present a keynote on Changing the Mindset of Staff Regarding Student Misbehavior. He will also conduct a breakout session on Data-Driven Early Interventions to Improve Behavior and Motivation. Click here for the conference agenda.


Ensuring Practical and Scientifically Sound Multi-Tier Systems of Support and Response to Intervention
November 15-16, 2017
Oklahoma City, OK

Join Mark Shinn, Alan Coulter, Nancy Marchand-Martella, and other leaders for this informative conference on MTSS. Randy Sprick will deliver a keynote address: Positive Behavior Support as an MTSS Foundation, as well as two sessions on behavior support. Oklahoma educators have priority registration until September 15. See the full schedule here.


Supporting High-Quality and Practical MTSS/RTI Implementation
November 30-December 1, 2017
Houston, TX

Join Mark Shinn, Alan Coulter, Nancy Marchand-Martella, and other leaders for this informative conference on MTSS. Randy Sprick will deliver a keynote address and two sessions on behavior support.


CEC Convention
February 7-10, 2018
Tampa, FL

On February 7, Randy Sprick presents an all-day workshop (9-4) on Designing Behavior Intervention Plans within a Multi-Tiered System Framework. Participants will learn strategies to work collaboratively to design and implement interventions for students with chronic behavioral or motivational problems.

Marilyn Sprick will conduct a half-day workshop (9-12)-- Academic Supports: Adapting Content Area Curriculum and Instruction in Diverse Classrooms--on Feb. 7. The workshop provides pragmatic strategies for helping all 4th through 12 grade students meet academic course requirements in diverse classrooms. Procedures can be shared by special educators, used by classroom teachers, or employed collaboratively in general education settings.

Additional fees apply for convention workshops, and professional development hours are avavilable (6 PDHs for a full day, 3 for half-day workshops).