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Workshop SectionParaprofessional Back to School Training ~ August 9, 2021
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DepartmentESU 13
Primary ContactMichelle Keszler
DescriptionParaprofessional Back to School Day
August 9, 2021 

Scottsbluff High School Auditorium 
No DL available for this day
Fee:  $20   Lunch included
ESU #13 is offering a day of support to paraeducators in their essential roles supporting student learning.  National presenter will be Ben Springer.   Ben Springer is an award winning and Nationally Certified School Psychologist. Ben is also the author of the popular book, "Happy Kids Don't Punch You in the Face" (2018) and will be releasing his second book, "GPS: Good Parenting Strategies: The No-Guilt Survival Guide for Parenting During the Pandemic and Beyond" in March 2021! Ben received his Master's and Doctoral Degrees from the University of Utah in Educational Psychology. Ben studied Autism Spectrum Disorders, Social Skills Instruction, Applied Behavioral Analysis, Parent Training, and Evidence Based Practice. Currently, Ben works as the director of special education in Wasatch County School District and manages Totem PD, a professional learning company focusing on practical, ready-to-use tools for educators working in classroom management, crisis de-escalation, bullying prevention, positive behavior supports, and student wellness.
Questions:  Please contact Michelle Keszler at or call 635-0661
TO REGISTER paras please email your list of paras attending to 
LocationScottsbluff High School
StatusThis section is currently open.
141 Registered
0 Minimum; 0 Maximum; 142 Lunch Count
Section Date(s)
DateStart TimeStop Time
August 09, 20219:00 AM 3:30 PM

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Materials Fee$0.00
LunchYes, lunch is provided.
College CreditNo, this section can NOT be taken for college credit.