Pete Meslin, the director of transportation at Newport-Mesa Unified School District in Southern California won’t disappoint at this year’s TSD Conference. He is among our most popular speakers each year because of the innovative ideas he brings to his sessions.
Next month, Pete will present “Effectively Communicating Services via IEP Documents” on Saturday, March 18, which will explore “options to systematically gather timely, relevant transportation information”
He will present “Bus in the Classroom” on Sunday, March 19, where he will chronicle a highly successful program recently implemented at his school district that uses school bus drivers to teach school bus-related safety skills to student with special needs.
Later that day, Meslin will co-present “Not All Behavior is an IEP Matter: The Case for Push-Back,” which will cover procedures for dealing with student behaviors that may or may not be related to a disability.
On Monday, March 20, Pete will co-present “How Word Choices Set the Table for Successful Outcomes” with Pauline Gervais, and he will help wrap up the conference on Wednesday with “Pack Your Suitcase,” an interactive session summarizing the conference and how to put the information learned into practice.
You don’t want to miss Meslin and other TSD presenters, who will provide the “meat and potatoes” to attendees’ most pressing challenges and issues. The 2017 full conference agenda is now available on the conference website, so get your approval and register today at the standard registration rate. Online registration ends on March 7, but on-site registration is available.
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