Monday, March 28, 2016

Special Education PTSA Meeting Tonight

The Seattle Special Education PTSA will hold a SECOND March meeting tonight at the JSCEE auditorium from 7-9pm

Our guests include SPS' new Manager of Behavioral Health David Lewis. We've asked him to talk about the district's implementation of its multi-tiered system of supports for social-emotional needs (MTSS-B). Hope to see you there.

5 comments:

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Concerned for Children said...

I think Seattle Schools has neglected to look closely into this man's background. He may be trained in child psychology but what is he truly using his training for. I am very uncomfortable with this man in the public sector.

Anonymous said...

I've known and worked with David for over ten years, and unlike the person (1 of 3 people) who created a profile just to slam someone who helps tens of thousands of people; he has a life and doesn't respond or entertain keyboard cowards like this insecure person who has nothing to do with there time. David has to deal with people from all over the state and country trying to get something from him for their own benefit. When they don't get what they want, they post cowardly content such as the previous one. I was googling him to give his Linkedin page to someone and found this ridiculous post (and his educational background is Clinical Psych; not child psychology) Go get a life or you will have thousands of people who love him on your a**!

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Anonymous said...

Finally saw him present the other day at Hale auditorium after not being able to attend or get a seat on other dates. David is bringing content into the field of education that no one has ever done before. I'm two years away from retirement and have never seen anyone with his skill of delivering extremely high level content in such a way that you leave with a definite understanding. Hopefully the district doesn't burn him to a crisp as I'm sure his email and phone is on fire right now. He definitely lived up to and exceeded the hype. If he sticks around there will be a generation of children and people who benefit from the work he is doing.