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High School Hangout: Ruthie Payno-Simmons, Ph.D.

February 6, 2020

Location
Select one from your region
Time
09:00 am - 03:00 pm

Are you a high school implementing an equitable, multi-level system of supports? Then you will not want to miss our High School Hangout with Ruthie L. Payno-Simmons, Ph.D. who supports educators and policymakers in considering ways to center race, culture, power, and educational equity as they work to build and strengthen their educational systems.

What is a High School Hangout? Action-oriented networking sessions designed especially for high school teams implementing PBIS within their equitable, multi-level system of supports.

What is the format? High school focused virtual learning from a national expert in the morning, followed by afternoon action planning with peers.

Attend at one of these regional locations:
     East | Fox Valley Technical College (Appleton)
     Southeast | Cudahy School District Office
     West | River Prairie Center (Altoona)
     South | Park Bank (Madison)
     North | Holiday Inn Express & Suites Antigo
     Northern South Region | Country Inn and Suites Stevens Point

Cost: $25 includes registration and networking lunch
More Information: High School Hangout Flyer
Questions: Cari Spatz | spatzc@wisconsinPBISnetwork.org | 920-855-2114 ex 247

Meet our national speaker: Ruthie L. Payno-Simmons, Ph.D.

As a parent, researcher, teacher, teacher educator, principal, district administrator, Equity Implementation Specialist, State Cadre Technical Assistance Specialist, and Founder/CEO of RLR Educational Impact, LLC, Dr. Payno-Simmons has a broad depth of knowledge and expertise in culturally sustaining practices, multi-tiered systems of supports, positive behavior supports (PBIS), and implementing sustainable educational systems.

Here’s what your peers said about our October hangout:

  • “I thought the entire day was very beneficial. I feel the morning speaker was very knowledgeable and informative. I also liked the collaborative conversations with school districts in the afternoon, because we can learn so much from each other!”
  • “Opportunity to network and hear what districts/schools are using and what success they are having. The collaboration time to develop an action plan and steps for improvements.”

*Mark your calendars for the next hangout – May 6, 2020!