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WSASP 2023 Spring Lecture Series

  • February 17, 2023
  • 9:00 AM (PST)
  • May 12, 2023
  • 4:00 PM (PDT)
  • Online

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2023 Spring Lecture Series

Registration Rate (for the entire spring lecture series)

  • $75 for morning sessions only.
  • $150 for full lecture series (am and pm sessions).
This year’s morning sessions will be part of a four week series by the ESA Behavioral Health Coalition and the UW SMART Center as coordinated by Carrie Suchy, NCSP. Hear from experts in the field as well as professionals implementing Interconnected System Framework (ISF) in Washington today. Learn about ISF, the next generation of student wellness supports, a model for implementing effective tiered student wellness services from a variety of providers, school-based and community-based, within an existing MTSS structure.

It takes an active team to support the wellness of all students. Gather your school or district team together to learn about ISF, to benefit from the experience of others, and to spend time creating a plan for change. Learn how existing ESA staff and other providers within your school community fit within the ISF team to support plan formation and implementation.

Student support frameworks in our schools may result in siloed systems which often do not feel productive or supportive for teams and students. Reimagine PBIS as a mental health initiative with ISF, to connect these systems to more effectively and efficiently serve the wellbeing of all students.

Intended Audience: District and Building Level Teams Including administrators, ESA Behavioral Health Professionals, (school psychologists, counselors, nurses, social workers, behavior analysts), and community partners.


February 17, 2023

AM Session (3 hours) - 9am

Title: Session 1: Moving your team from isolated services into the next generation of student well-being: Interconnected System Framework within MTSS; ISF in Washington State: Richland School District

Speaker:  ESA Behavioral Coalition and UW SMART Center, as coordinated by Carrie Suchy, NCSP (Specific presenters TBA, will vary by presentation)

See description at top of page for more information. Intended Audience: District and Building Level Teams Including administrators, ESA Behavioral Health Professionals, (school psychologists, counselors, nurses, social workers, behavior analysts), and community partners.

PM Session (3 hours) - 1PM

Title:  Diversity in PK-12 Settings

Speaker: Jenn Burleton

Jenn Burleton is the recipient of the 2021 national ‘Hometown Hero’ Award from LGBTQ Nation and is considered an authority on issues relating to transgender and gender diverse children and youth. In addition to her work with TransActive Gender Project, she serves on the Oregon Youth Authority LGBTQ+ Advisory Committee. She has served on Oregon Health & Science University’s Transgender Program Advisory Committee, and the LGBTQ Child Welfare Workgroup for Multnomah County. She was a 2014 recipient of Multnomah County’s “Sy Award” for lifetime commitment to social justice and has been recognized as a “Queer Hero” by the Gay and Lesbian Archives of the Pacific Northwest.


March 10, 2023

AM Session (3 hours) - 9AM

TitleSession 2: Moving your team from isolated services into the next generation of student well-being: Interconnected System Framework within MTSS; ISF in Washington State: Richland School District

SpeakerESA Behavioral Coalition and UW SMART Center, as coordinated by Carrie Suchy, NCSP (Specific presenters TBA, will vary by presentation)

See description at top of page for more information. Intended Audience: District and Building Level Teams Including administrators, ESA Behavioral Health Professionals, (school psychologists, counselors, nurses, social workers, behavior analysts), and community partners.


PM Session (3 hours) - 1PM

Title: Trans Children and Youth: It Takes a Whole Village to Raise a Child

Speaker: Jenn Burleton

Description coming soon.



April (Dated TBD), 2023

AM Session (3 hours) - 9AM

TitleSession 3: Moving your team from isolated services into the next generation of student well-being: Interconnected System Framework within MTSS; ISF in Washington State: Richland School District

SpeakerESA Behavioral Coalition and UW SMART Center, as coordinated by Carrie Suchy, NCSP (Specific presenters TBA, will vary by presentation)

See description at top of page for more information. Intended Audience: District and Building Level Teams Including administrators, ESA Behavioral Health Professionals, (school psychologists, counselors, nurses, social workers, behavior analysts), and community partners.

PM Session (3 hours) - 1PM

Title: TBD

Speaker: TBD

Description coming soon.

May 12, 2023

AM Session (3 hours) - 9AM

TitleSession 4: Moving your team from isolated services into the next generation of student well-being: Interconnected System Framework within MTSS; ISF in Washington State: Richland School District

SpeakerESA Behavioral Coalition and UW SMART Center, as coordinated by Carrie Suchy, NCSP (Specific presenters TBA, will vary by presentation)

See description at top of page for more information. Intended Audience: District and Building Level Teams Including administrators, ESA Behavioral Health Professionals, (school psychologists, counselors, nurses, social workers, behavior analysts), and community partners.

PM Session (3 hours) - 1PM

TitleLiteracy in Core and Pre-Special Education Referral for Suspected Dyslexia; Presented by WSASP and Decoding Dyslexia, a parent dyslexia advocacy organization

Speaker:  Laree Foster, Leayh Abel, Carrie Suchy, Heather Schwindt, Sara Buetow

Description coming soon

We will accommodate Purchase Orders!  Therefore, if your registration will be paid by a district/institution, i.e. by Purchase Order, please enter the PO Contact's name and email address in the field on the registration form. This is critical to ensure we know the status of any "pending" invoices.

This year's Spring Lecture Series will be offered as a full series; No individual pricing is available.

If you have any questions, please contact our Office Manager at contact@wsasp.org or 509-724-1587 for assistance.

Evaluations & Clock Hours

Evaluations will be available to you following the last webinar release (beginning of May). Clock hours for the entire series will be available at that time. There will be a total of 24 clock hours. Clock hours will only be available for those who register for the series. Clock hours are free for WSASP members. Upon completion of the full series evaluations, participants will be issued the appropriate clock hour verification form. Availability of clock hours is directly linked to registration (no sharing series/session participation between two or more participants).

Washington State Association of School Psychologists
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Spokane, WA 99205
contact@wsasp.org
509-724-1587

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