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State Superintendent's Conference on Special Education & Pupil Services Leadership

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This conference provides local directors of special education and pupil services and other interested parties with opportunities to network with colleagues from around the state as well as consultants and administrators from the Division for Learning Support at the Department of Public Instruction. Presentations will include information about current issues and changes in state and federal policy related to meeting the needs of students with disabilities and students facing other challenges to success in school.
 

38th Annual Conference, October 11, 2022

The 38th Annual State Superintendent's Leadership Conference on Special Education and Pupil Services Leadership will be held on October 11, 2022 at the Glacier Canyon Lodge at the Wilderness in the Wisconsin Dells, WI.

2022 Conference Save-the-Date Flyer

new 2022 Conference Program with Agenda and Session Topics

Registration

Registration on or before Wednesday, October 5 is $90. After Wednesday, October 5 registration is $130 and is available on a walk-in basis only. Payment must be made by credit card or check; DPI is unable to process district purchase orders. Registration fee includes breakfast, lunch, and refreshments on Tuesday, October 11th.

Leadership Conference Registration

 

Lodging

A block of rooms is being held at the Wilderness Hotel/Glacier Canyon Lodge for $90 single, $119 double, triple, or quad. Call 1-800-867-9453 and mention group name 2022 DPI Leadership Conference and group code 758909. The cut-off date for the room block is September 10, 2022. The group rate will be honored after September 10, but the rooms will no longer be held in the lodging block.

February 2022 Conference Materials

View the State Superintendent's Conference on Special Education & Pupil Services Leadership's Conference Materials Page to view presentation materials from previous conference events.

 Please contact Sherri Honaker at Sherri.Honaker@dpi.wi.gov or (608) 266-2697 with any questions.