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The 2022 PBIS Leadership Conference will be a combination of in person and live stream sessions. Teams, from all levels of implementation, will come together in an energizing, enthusiastic, and engaging learning environment of their choice.


August 8, 2022—Live stream preconference ($75)
August 9-10, 2022—In person and live stream conference ($150)

In person—attend all sessions at Kalahari Conventions in Wisconsin Dells
Live stream—attend select sessions from your own space via Zoom 

Keynote Speakers

Offered to in person and live stream attendees.

Tuesday, August 9—dr. monique liston
Wednesday, August 10—Dr. Karla Manning


Each session is designed for leadership teams looking to enhance their PBIS implementation by focusing on a strong universal that intentionally addresses equity considerations in every decision, practice, and policy they plan.  

In Person Special Feature

“Black girls are suspended, expelled, referred to law enforcement, and arrested on school campuses at rates that far exceed the public school population as a whole, and far exceed their white female peers.” Join us at Kalahari Conventions for an in person, special screening of Dr. Monique Morris’s documentary “PUSHOUT: The Criminalization of Black Girls in Schools” (session E1). After the film, participants will join session F1 or F2 for processing and reflection.

Resort Accommodations

Kalahari Resort, Wisconsin Dellsbook your room here by June 1 for special rates offered to conference attendees from $229–$399 (or until full).

A dedicated Kalahari Resort team approves all letters of authorization forms, tax exemption forms, and purchase orders at a minimum of two weeks prior to hotel check-in (see policies). Submit forms to or fax: 608-254-6116.


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