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.

Webinar: Renewing and Re-energizing Your CHAMPS and Foundations Implementations
January 9, 2018
1-2 pm PT • Presented by Randy Sprick

School improvement is a continuous process and requires ongoing attention. For many reasons—staff changes, inadequate record keeping, new leadership, and so on--CHAMPS and Foundations implementations may stall or derail. Learn how to assess the health of your implementation and what to do to recharge the initiative, if needed. Click here to register for this free, live webinar.


NASP 2018 Annual Convention
February 13-16, 2018
Chicago, IL

Visit Safe & Civil Schools at Booth 800-802 and our publishing partner Pacific Northwest Publishing next door at Booth 804.


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 available (6 PDHs for a full day, 3 for half-day workshops).


Every Child Counts
February 14-16, 2018
Anaheim, CA

Randy Sprick will present three sessions:

Positive Climate to Reduce Suspensions and improve Motivation (Feb. 14 at 1 pm)

Designing Positive Schoolwide Behavior Support Plans (Feb. 15 at 10:15 am)

Creating a Continuum of Tier 2 and Tier 3 Behavior Support (Feb. 15 at 4 pm)


Webinar: A Comprehensive Reading Intervention: The Third Quest
February 15, 2018
1-2 pm PT

Join Third Quest author Marilyn Sprick as she discusses this new and comprehensive intervention for struggling readers. The Third Quest teaches students to read skillfully with intrigue and deep engagement. Research-based lessons include: word study, fluency, sophisticated vocabulary, content knowledge and comprehension.

The Third Quest is for students in Grades 5 to adult who read between 50 wcpm to 120 wcpm. It will be available for the 2018-19 school year. Click here to register.


Webinar: Helping Families Parent Through Tough Kid Moments
MArch 6, 2018
1-2 pm PT

Join Dr. Bill Jenson, author of The Tough Kid books and materials, for a free one-hour introduction to the newly updated Parenting Through Tough Kid Moments book. Learn how schools can incorporate the book into new and existing parent groups. Click here to register.


ASCD EMPOWER 18
March 24-26, 2018
Boston, MA

Jessica Sprick will present Essentials of Classroom Behavior Support on Sunday, March 25, from 10 am to 11:30 am.

join Randy Sprick before the event (March 22-23) at a two-day institute, "Create a Multi-Tiered System of Behavior Support: Improve School Climate and Discipline for ALL." Note that a separate fee is required.

Randy will also present two breakout sessions during the event: Responding to Misbehavior: Changing the Mindset of Punitive Staff (March 24 from 1:30 to 3) and Behavior Interventions for Individual Students: Implement a Tiered Continuum of Behavior Supports in Grades K-12 (March 25 from 10 to 11:30).

Visit Safe & Civil Schools at the Exhibit Show in Booth 1130.


Webinar: Strengthening the Triangle: Tier 2 and Tier 3 Problem-Solving Processing
April 3, 2018
1-2 pm PT

Join Jessica Sprick for a one-hour discussion on problem-solving processes for behavioral issues, a follow-up to November's Closing the Gaps webinar. (The content from that webinar will be briefly reviewed in case you missed it.)

Standard decision-making rules will help you consistently match Tier 2 and Tier 3 interventions to the needs of each individual student and ensure that your behavior supports follow best evidence-based practices.

Click here to register for this free, live webinar.


Webinar: Equity through Instructional Practices: Room in the Classroom for ALL
May 5, 2018
1-2 pm PT

Join Dr. Anita Archer, author of Explicit Instruction, for a one-hour discussion on equity in the classroom.