Thousands of students will be returning to school in 2021-2022.

Is your district prepared to address behavior?  

One of the biggest challenges you face as a district administrator is the crisis-driven model that many campuses are currently using in reaction to behavior issues. 

Join us for our free webinar Come Together: Bridging Social Emotional Supports Through Common Vision and Collaborative Effort to learn how you can facilitate the transition from crisis-response mode to a proactive approach that better supports teacher & student success.



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We'll discuss

District Admin Webinar (1)
Why aligning behavior systems across your district improves student outcomes & boosts teacher morale.
District Admin Webinar (2)
Ways to assess & reflect on the current systems and practices in your district to identify strengths and needs.
District Admin Webinar (3)
How to create your action plan & ways Emergent Tree can help you create sustainable systems and practices for behavior.

Plus all attendees will be entered in a drawing for a chance to win a free two hour systems consultation (a $550 value).

Who should attend?

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This webinar is designed to address district-level needs and is recommended for district leaders including: 

  • Directors of Student Services
  • Directors of State and Federal Programs
  • Assistant Superintendents
  • Directors of Social-Emotional Learning
  • Coordinators or Directors of MTSS


Wednesday, April 14

1:00-2:30 PM CST



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Meet the Panel

Rachelle Warren

Dr. Rachelle Warren

Dr. Rachelle Warren is an experienced educator who has devoted her career to developing and impacting students at the classroom, campus and district levels.  She has serviced as a teacher campus principal district director and is current the Assistant Superintendent of Student Services & Support in Waco ISD.  Dr. Warren is passionate about teacher and learning and is an advocate for inclusion and equity create through policy and relevant professional development.

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Lindy Lyles

Lindy Lyles is the Director of Social-Emotional Learning in San Angelo ISD. She has 25 years of experience in education in Texas school districts and Education Service Centers. Her passion in education centers around the topics of behavior and the whole child through the multiple tiered systems of supports.

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Laura Segers

Laura Segers has been in education for 30 years working as a teacher, counselor, campus, and district administrator. She currently serves as the Executive Director of State and Federal Programs in Round Rock ISD and is responsible for the district's counseling and SEL programs in addition to bilingual/ESL, prekindergarten, homeless/foster care, parenting, ESSA federal grants, and the district's Child Development Centers.