6:30am to 8:00am

Registration and Breakfast

8:00am to 8:15am

Opening Ceremony and Welcome

8:15am to 9:45am

Opening Keynote Speaker: Dr. Melissa Brymer
School Staff/Educator Resilience and Self-care

9:45am to 10:00am

AM Break to visit Exhibitors

10:00am to 11:30am

Presentation of 4 concurrent speaker workshops:

  1. Safeguarding Your Children: An Overview of Personal Cybersecurity, Geolocation, & Social Media Trends From a Law Enforcement Perspective
    • Presented by: Detective Jeff Williams
    • This workshop will give you the tools to ensure safer access to the web for children by giving you tips for monitoring their online activity, account protection, and safeguarding geolocation. You’ll get an overview of sexting, cyberbullying, and current trends on social media: what are the popular apps and sites plus a discussion of what kids are being exposed to and who they’re talking to online. Detective Williams will also touch on what the laws are in relation to these topics plus information on what data can be recovered by law enforcement (is it really deleted?). Finally, he’ll give an overview of a typical criminal investigation.
  2. Developing a Multi-Tiered Systems of Support Approach
    • Presented by: Todd Wester
    • This workshop will discuss developing a Multi-Tiered Systems of Support approach to most efficiently, effectively, and equitably meet student academic and social and emotional needs. Todd will explain Livingston Public School’s approach and why it has worked.
  3. Threat Assessment Crisis Intervention
    • Presented by: Dale Stripling
    • This workshop will cover general school safety with an emphasis on Behavioral Threat Assessment. Information will include updated data for the Secret Service National Threat Assessment Center (NTAC). Also, trends in school attackers (formerly identified as school shooters) such as gender, weapons, age, motivation, etc. will be discussed.
  4. What About YOU!
    • Presented by: Jamie VanderLinden
    • This workshop will discuss and practice reasonable strategies for managing stress, coping with constant change, and improving emotional wellbeing. This will be a combination of presentation and activities.

11:30am to 12:00pm

Lunch served/Lunch programming

12:00pm to 1:00pm

Luncheon Student Panel

1:00pm to 2:00 pm

Panel Discussion on Mental Health Resources moderated by former Governor Steve Bullock

  1. Shodair
  2. CSCT (Comprehensive School and Community Treatment) Coalition
  3. Yellowstone Boys and Girls Ranch
  4. University of Montana Tele-Counseling Clinic

2:00pm to 3:30pm

Presentation of 4 concurrent speaker workshops:

  1. Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events
    • Presented by: Kyle Barsness & Cole Conway, Safety Resource Officers
    • Description: What should you do if confronted with an active shooter event? This Workshop focuses on the Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events (CRASE) course. It’s designed and built on the Avoid, Deny, Defend (ADD) strategy and provides strategies, guidance, and a proven plan for surviving an active shooter event.
  2. School-Based Health
    • Presented by: Dr. Serena Brewer
    • Description: An introduction to school-based health care in the 21st century. Learn how partnerships between schools and medical providers foster supportive learning environments and resilient kids. See a demonstration of telehealth technology being used to bring healthcare into the classroom
  3. Leveraging the Power of Digital Tools to Support Social-Emotional Learning
    • Presented by: Ericha Anderson
    • Description: Come learn how to leverage the power of digital tools to support student voice, choice, and agency connected to social-emotional learning standards such as self-awareness, social management, and self-efficacy. You will leave this fun and interactive workshop equipped with strategies and resources that will engage students and help them thrive socially, emotionally, and academically in the school environment.
  4. Restorative Practices: How to Provide Social-Emotional Supports for the Success of Every Student
    • Presented by: Sara Cole
    • Description: This highly interactive workshop will provide an overview of Restorative Practices, including foundational components, mindset, and practical proactive and reactive strategies to support the social-emotional learning of all students.

3:30pm to 4:00pm

PM Break to visit Exhibitors

4:00pm to 5:30pm

The Challenges of Policing, 2020-Present

  • Presented by Keynote Speakers: Spokane Officers Tom Michaud , MA Senior Crime and Intelligence Analyst & Lt. Terry Preuninger
  • Description: Over the past 18 months Law Enforcement across the country have experienced a dramatic change in policing. Covid-19, Police Accountability protests, record setting violent crime, increased mental health calls and changing technologies have ALL impacted the US Policing Model. Preuninger and Michaud will discuss these impacts and their overlap/intersection with school safety and juvenile crime and ways to prepare to move forward during these challenging times

5:30pm to 8:00pm

Vendor Expo followed by BBQ at Jeremy Bullock Soccer Compex