Workshop coming to North Platte

Planning Regions 15, 16 and 27 are excited to bring Dan St. Romain to North Platte on August 9th and 10th, 2013.

Dan St. Romain is an Independent Educational Consultant from San Antonio, Texas. After receiving his Masters of Education, Dan worked in both private residential and public school settings. His work as a self-contained behavior unit teacher, Educational Diagnostician, and Director of a Learning Resource Center has afforded him experience at all levels, in both general and special education settings. Dan’s consultative experience comes from his work as an Educational Specialist for the Education Service Center in San Antonio. As a regional consultant, he provided staff development and technical assistance to educators in the areas of behavior, dropout prevention, school climate and developmentally appropriate educational practices. While there, he designed a three-year training program certifying individuals to serve as Behavior Specialists throughout the region.

Currently, Dan works as a Behavior Consultant for the Alamo Heights Independent School District where his primary responsibility is to support students’ social-emotional development. He also independently contracts with schools throughout the region to provide educational support through staff development and consultative services. Although Dan spends the majority of his summer presenting nationally, his preference is to spend all available free time with his wife and four teenage boys.

A detailed workshop description and registration will be coming soon!

Dan St. Romain flyer

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