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Breakout Schedule- Thursday March 15th 2018 8:00am - 4:00pm

REGISTRATION/INFORMATION

Exhibition Hall

Registration takes place in the Exhibit/Registration Hall from 8:00am-4:00pm. All attendees need to check in to receive their badge, raffle tickets and program; have your tickets printed or mobile ready. GENERAL BUSINESS

9:00am - 4:00pm

Breakout Room #1

AB2246: PREPARING FOR POLICY CHANGE. SUICIDE PREVENTION INTERVENTION & POSTVENTION During the presentation, attendees will be presented an overview of AB2246 requiring all schools serving pupils in grades 7-12 to implement suicide prevention policies. The presentation will provide detailed information and resources to support schools in developing best practices in-line with the CDE’s “Model Youth Suicide Prevention Policy.” TRACK: GENERAL BUSINESS, MENTAL HEALTH

Stan Collins 10:30am - 2:00pm

CLIMATE & CULTURE WALK: WELLNESS CENTER TOURS

Off-Site Tours

Laura Mooiman, LCSW

1:00pm – 4:00pm

Breakout Room #2 1. 2.

Jessica Hulin, LMFT 1:00pm – 4:00pm

Breakout Room #3

Robin Glenn 1:00pm – 4:00pm

Breakout Room #4 Legacy Youth project 4:00pm – 5:30pm

Meritage Courtyard

PBIS offers the evidence based framework that school districts can employ to foster the success of their students and create positive and impactful behavioral practices. The Walk’s Driving Question aims to encourage thoughtful contemplation of the ideals of PBIS as we demonstrate the steps that we’ve taken as a district to promote the culture and social environment. **Attendees meet in hotel parking lot at 10:30am. Participants will return to the hotel at 2:00 pm*** TRACK: ACTIVITIES AND ADD-ONS

VICARIOUS TRAUMA 101 Objectives: To have basic understanding of vicarious trauma and how it impacts the brain and worldview. To have basic understanding of own relationship with vicarious trauma. To have increased skills in addressing vicarious trauma by coping and transforming. TRACK: MENTAL HEALTH

APPROACHES TO THE SUICIDE EPIDEMIC Approaches to suicide prevention are vast, but so are our students needs. In this presentation, we will hear from an innovative district about their approaches, successes and outcomes. We will explore one solution to the problem- BASE Education as we learn how technology can expand reach. We will also talk to a panel of teens who can shed light on their own personal experiences with suicidality and… TRACK: MENTAL HEALTH

“THE MASK YOU LIVE IN” VIEWING & PANEL DISCUSSION In 2015, the LEGACY Youth Project's heartwork was featured in the "Mask You Live In" as an example of educational equity. The film was directed by Jennifer Siebel Newsom and brought to you by The Representation Project TRACK: SCHOOL CLIMATE & CULTURE

KICK-OFF MIXER AND NETWORKING EVENT BROUGHT TO YOU BY BASE EDUCATION Come and sample some of Napa Valley’s finest wines and craft beers while networking with likeminded individuals! Our first raffle will take place during this event and we will officially kick off the inaugural Napa Valley Student Wellness Conference! GENERAL BUSINESS

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Breakout Schedule- Friday March 16th 2018 6:30am – 7:30am

Vineyard Deck

SUNRISE YOGA WITH YOGA NAPA VALLEY

Yoga Napa Valley

We are honored to partner with Yoga Napa Valley to provide yoga to attendees! Enjoy sunrise yoga on Friday and Saturday morning on the Vineyard Deck overlooking the beautiful valley courtesy of Yoga Napa Valley! TRACK: ACTIVITIES AND ADD-ONS

8:00am - 4:00pm

REGISTRATION/INFORMATION

Exhibition Hall

8:00am - 9:30pm

Meritage Ballroom

Jeff Sprague 9:45am-10:45am

Breakout Room #1

Scott Lindstrom

9:45am-10:45am

Breakout Room #2

Vicki Bauman 9:45am-10:45am

Breakout Room #3

Jane Ehrman, MED, CHES

9:45am-10:45am

Breakout Room #4

Bill Hernandez 9:45am-10:45am

Registration takes place in the Exhibit/Registration Hall from 8:00am-4:00pm. All attendees need to register to receive their badge, raffle tickets and program; have your tickets printed or mobile ready.GENERAL BUSINESS

KEYNOTE: “THREE TIERS OF WELLBEING…” & PLATED BREAKFAST Educators in today’s schools and classrooms are seeking support and training to adopt and sustain effective, cost-efficient school-wide, classroom and individual student positive behavior support practices. In addition, educators increasingly recognize the critical role of parent involvement and support in the school wide PBIS process. At the same time, schools are also… TRACK: GENERAL BUSINESS

NURTURED HEART APPROACH OVERVIEW Do you find yourself focusing too much upon behavior gone wrong, and struggling to find the correct punitive consequence or behavior plan to attempt to change children’s (or adults’) behavior? Would you like to end each day feeling that you have celebrated the positives in ALL children, rather than having your energy sapped by correcting and redirecting misbehaving, intense children… TRACK: SCHOOL CLIMATE & CULTURE

FOCUS (FOCUS ON CHILDREN UNDER STRESS) Research shows that prolonged exposure to violence and trauma can seriously undermine a child’s ability to learn, form relationships and focus appropriately in the classroom. Our Focusing On Children Under Stress (FOCUS) Program is designed to decrease the effects of a child’s exposure to violence and trauma. TRACK: SCHOOL CLIMATE & CUTURE

MINDFUL MEDITATION: EVIDENCE BASED BENEFITS FOR STUDENTS & EDUCATORS The impact of unmanaged stress, as well as effective mind-body practices to relieve stress, has been researched for many years. Now, there is growing evidence showing the benefits of mindfulness meditation practices to students related to self-regulation, improved learning and greater productivity and satisfaction in educators. TRACK: MENTAL HEALTH

CHILDREN EXPOSED TO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: A NAPA SNAPSHOT This session will provide a basic overview of the Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE’s) Study with a focus on the effect of witnessing domestic violence on emotionality and brain development. Participants will learn the negative consequences that children may experience when they witness trauma, including but not limited to, delayed development, difficulty in classroom learning… TRACK: SCHOOL CLIMATE & CUTURE

ARE WE TOO LATE TO STOP THE CALIFORNIA C=BULLYING EPIDEMIC?

Meritage Ballroom

Nicholas Carlisle

School bullying and cyberbullying are some of the most widespread forms of violence experienced by youth in California. Over thirty-four percent of students in grades 7 through 11 are the target of bullying (California Healthy Kids Survey 2013-15.) Without intervention, students are at risk of post-traumatic symptoms and enduring mental health effects similar in severity and long-term persistence to… TRACK: MENTAL HEALTH

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Friday, March 16 continued… 11:00am-12:00pm DEVELOPING A COMPREHENSIVE MENTAL HEALTH SUPPORT NETWORK-

Breakout Room #1

Dr. Ben Gonzales 11:00am-12:00pm

Breakout Room #2

ONE DISTRICT’S JOURNEY As school age youth experience an increase in mental health diagnosis, the role of traditional academic settings is being challenged to meet the unique needs of these students. While school systems are not funded, legislated or structured to be a social service agency, we must be responsive to the underlying and external issues that our students face… TRACK: MENTAL HEALTH

ADVISORY BOARD MODEL: A MULTI-DISCIPLINARY & COMPREHENSIVE APPROACH TO IMPROVE SCHOOL MENTAL HEALTH

Mental health concerns among youth are an area of growing concern among educators, parents, and the community. Untreated mental health issues that impair a student’s healthy development and can have dire consequences on student outcomes, including poor academic performance, poor social skill development, and increased disciplinary consequences… Amber Ramirez MSW. LCSW TRACK: MENTAL HEALTH

11:00am-12:00pm

Breakout Room #3

Sharmil Shah, Psy.D

11:00am - 12:00pm

Breakout Room #4

Kevin Gogin, LMFT 11:00am - 12:00pm

MHSA: ADVANCEMENTS IN STUDENT WELLNESS The Mental Health Services Oversight & Accountability Commission is the oversight agency for the funds generated from Prop 63- Mental Health Services Act. The overreaching goals of the MHSA is to bring transformational change to the mental health system in California. Nearly two billion dollars are made available to California counties each year to provide community services, innovation, prevention… TRACK: MENTAL HEALTH

WHEN IT’S ALL A CRISIS: SUICIDE & SELF-HARM San Francisco Unified School District has had a successful protocol for implementing crisis response programming at schools for 25 years. In addition, the new state law mandating suicide intervention plans which has led to a new protocol that is successfully being implemented in SFUSD schools. Participants will receive an overview of the Crisis Intervention Plan as well as… TRACK: MENTAL HEALTH

Meritage Ballroom

INTEGRATING PBIS & RESTORATIVE PRACTICES: HOW TO IMPLEMENT ANYTHING WITHOUT REALLY TRYING

Laura Mooiman, LCSW

Learn about how Napa Valley Unified School District implemented PBIS in all 30 Napa Valley schools which requires all school leaders to embrace Restorative Practices and allows students to repair harm. Real life examples of the practical application of Restorative Practices will be given along with next steps the district is taking to ensure deeper practice… TRACK: RESTORATIVE PRACTICES

12:00-1:30 PM

Vineyard Terrace & Exhibit Hall

HOSTED LUNCH/ EXHIBIT HALL BROUGHT TO YOU BY PRESENCE LEARNING Lunch will be hosted on the vineyard Terrace, with views of the beautiful property. Be sure to stop by the exhibit hall/registration area to enter the daily raffle! GENERAL BUSINESS

1:30-2:30pm

Breakout Room #1

Holly Priebe-Sotelo MSW, PPSC

MOVING BEYOND COMPLIANCE- COMMERCIAL SEXUAL EXPLOITATION OF CHILDREN AND CHILD ABUSE Modern day slavery continues to exist underground and sometimes in our own school communities. Did you know that the average age of entry into the sex industry is 12? Exploiters target children every day in effort to keep up with the high demands of the sex industry and their recruitment tactics feed on the innocence and vulnerabilities of children... TRACK: MENTAL HEALTH

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1:30-2:30pm

Breakout Room #2

Ken Fitzgerald 1:30-2:30pm

Breakout Room #3

Andy Kimmelman 1:30-2:30pm

Breakout Room #4

Lisa Farlin 1:30-2:30pm

Meritage Ballroom

Alicia Rozum, MSW, PPSC

2:45-3:45pm

Breakout Room #1

Jeni Olsen 2:45-3:45pm

Breakout Room #2

Steve Adelsheim, MD 2:45-3:45pm

Breakout Room #3

Andy Kimmelman

2:45-3:45pm

Breakout Room #4

Dr. Matthew Holve

EFFECTIVE TOOLS TO STRENGTHEN PBIS IMPLEMENTATION PBIS is an effective evidence-based framework that creates safe and supportive schools but only when implemented with fidelity. Whether you’re new to the game or an experienced implementer, come hear about a set of evidence-based tools to help your team evaluate implementation fidelity and develop actions plans for continuous improvement. Learn about two free evidence… TRACK: SCHOOL CULTURE & CLIMATE

BUILDING A COLLABORATIVE CULTURE On any given day, the problems facing an administrator are potentially infinite, but the time to solve them never seems to be enough. No wonder principals report exceptionally high levels of workplace stress. This session shows administrators how to build a collaborative culture among faculty and staff through cooperative consulting and crowdsourced problem-solving. If done well, staff feel more… TRACK: SCHOOL CULTURE & CLIMATE

SUSTAINABLE SCHOOL-BASED EARLY MENTAL HEALTH INTERVENTIONS Too often, schools find short-term funding for services (grants) that are not financially sustainable and may not provide demonstrated effectiveness. The Early Mental Health Initiative model, with the Primary Intervention Program as its core Tier 2 service, uses highly effective, trauma-informed approaches that can be expanded to include multiple Tier 1 and 2 services… TRACK: MENTAL HEALTH

UTILIZING PBIS TO SCALE UP MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES According to the JAACAP, as many as 20% of students are thought to have mental health needs so serious that they are in need of mental health services. Data from the CDC indicates that approximately 16% of high school students report seriously considering suicide in any given year. Given that students are far more likely to access mental health services when they are provided within school settings… TRACK: MENTAL HEALTH

TEENS GIVE- DESIGNING A COMPREHENSIVE & ENGAGING VOLUNTEER PROGRAM FOR TEENS In this breakout, Jeni will cover the basics of engaging teenagers in volunteer opportunities in their community – including tried and true tricks of inspiring teens to get involved and stay involved, how to use Jane Goodall’s “community mapping” technique to identify local needs, and designing a comprehensive volunteer program in which teens are connected to opportunities based on… TRACK: SCHOOL CLIMATE & CUTURE

TRANSFORMING ADOLESCENT MENTAL HEALTH WITH HEADSPACE The headspace model, developed in Australia, creates stand-alone, integrated care sites for young people ages 12-25 to access early mental health supports, along with school support and web based connectivity. These programs improve young people’s mental, social, and emotional wellbeing through the provision of high quality, integrated, age-appropriate care for teenagers, young adults,… TRACK: MENTAL HEALTH

MORE THAN “THANKS”: 10 WAYS TO TEACH GRATITUTDE Studies have shown that gratitude is a critical contributor to happiness and thus, to lifelong success and satisfaction. As educators, though, we rarely think about gratitude other than reminding students to say please and thank you, but gratitude can be taught! By incorporating lessons and activities about thankfulness and appreciation into your classroom, your students will be more thoughtful to you… TRACK: SCHOOL CLIMATE & CULTURE

ADVERSE CHILDHOOD EVENTS; A MENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVE There is a significant amount of evidence surrounding the impact of adverse childhood events on the ultimate health and success of children. The goal will be to better understand these events and how they affect mental health. We will review what is commonly seen today and cover how we assess for these events. We will touch on overall trends and what can be done from a community based… TRACK: MENTAL HEALTH

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Friday, March 16 continued…

2:45-3:45pm

Meritage Ballroom

INTEGRATING AND ALIGNING PBIS AND RESTORATIVE PRACTICES This session will provide participants with an overview of the integration and alignment features of SWPBIS and Restorative Practices. Data from schools that have administered both the TFI (Tiers 1-3) and the RP-TFI will be presented. Participants will be able to review and complete a RP-TFI and learn

Dr. Jeff Sprague. Ph.D.

4:00-4:30

Breakout Room #1

how to contribute to the validation database for this new instrument. TRACK: RESTORATIVE PRACTICES

PARTNER SESSION: INTEGRATING TECHNOLOGY TO IMPROVE SCHOOL & STUDENT SAFETY Join Julie Johnston, VP of Partnerships BASE Education, discuss how integrating technology in the classroom can address school and student safety. This session will focus on how to get today’s teens to feel more comfortable discussing some of their biggest challenges and how technology can be a key part of the solution. TRACK: GENERAL BUSINESS

4:00-4:30

Breakout Room #2

PARTNER SESSION: PRESENCE LEARNING Join Presence Learning & discover how education and health care agencies can fill service gaps related to acute and chronic shortages of special education and clinical services personnel, reduce high caseloads for onsite personnel, reduce backlog of assessments, improve outcomes, and improve program efficiency. . TRACK: GENERAL BUSINESS

4:00-4:30

Breakout Room #3-4 Various Partners

PARTNER SESSIONS Join our conference partners to learn more about the products and services they offer to support student wellness! TRACK: GENERAL BUSINESS

THE 2018 NAPA VALLEY STUDENT WELLNESS CONFERENCE IS ENDORSED BY:

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Breakout Schedule- Saturday March 17th 2018 6:30am – 7:30am

Vineyard Deck

Yoga Napa Valley 7:45-8:30am

Meritage Ballroom

SUNRISE YOGA WITH YOGA NAPA VALLEY We are honored to partner with Yoga Napa Valley to provide yoga to attendees! Enjoy sunrise yoga on Friday and Saturday morning on the Vineyard Deck overlooking the beautiful valley courtesy of Yoga Napa Valley! TRACK: ACTIVITIES AND ADD-ONS

KEYNOTE: TEACHING TO THE HUMAN CORE & CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST When we give ourselves and our students the permission to be human and put our collective well-being as a first priority, not only are we all happier but deeper learning takes place and academic achievements improve. We’ll explore the research behind the three key ingredients that allow us and our students to thrive and we’ll experience these in our minds and hearts… TRACK: GENERAL BUSINESS

8:45am-9:45am

Breakout Room #1

Peter Alter 8:45am-9:45am

Breakout Room #2

Marlene Mahurin 8:45am-9:45am

Breakout Room #3

TEN BIG IDEAS IN CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT There is a clear connection between student wellness and a well-managed classroom environment. Effective classroom management has been linked to reduced student stress, improved teacher-student relationships and improved academic achievement. This presentation is the distillation of a targeted review of six textbooks on classroom management and 20+ peer-reviewed articles on components… TRACK: RESTORATIVE PRACTICES

TOBACCO USE PREVENTION- TRENDS AND PREVENTION In this workshop, participants will learn about the current teen trends in regard to marijuana and ecigarette/ vaping use. They will understand how increased THC levels effect teen brain development and addiction and will learn the health risks of vaping and how companies target youth… TRACK: SCHOOL CLIMATE & CUTURE

MENTORING FOR SUCCESS: INSPIRING A CULTURE OF CONECTION THROUGH SCHOOL-BASED MENTORING

Laurie Vargas

1. Participants will learn the components of an effective evidence-based mentoring program that is integrated into a school district 2. Participants will learn how a school-based mentoring program can closely align with the goals of a school district while utilizing the Elements of Effective Practice for Mentoring 3. Participants will develop messages and action… TRACK: SCHOOL CLIMATE & CULTURE

8:45am-9:45am

I CAN CHANGE MY MIND

Breakout Room #4

Suwinder Cooper 8:45am-11:00am

Meritage Ballroom

There is power in the words "I can change my mind!". That is a choice that is available at every moment in every interaction and in every relationship. In this session, we will examine limiting beliefs that get in the way of our best laid intentions in working with diverse students, teachers and stakeholders. If we are serious about equity in schools, inclusion cannot be left up to chance. TRACK: SCHOOL CLIMATE & CUTURE

A RESILIENT COMMUNITY The Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) study is an in-depth analysis that focuses on adults current health status against adverse childhood experiences. Adverse childhood experiences are quite common although concealed and not recognized; that they still have an effect later on in life. Therefore, our goal is to build a community of hope and resiliency. In order to do that, however, we need our… TRACK: MENTAL HEALTH

Michelle Grupe

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Saturday March 17 , continued…

10:00am – 11:00am

Breakout Room #1

Roni Habib 10:00am-11:00am

Breakout Room #2

THE POWER OF PLAY AND CONNECTION- WORKSHOP t's time to take play, connections, and joy in the classroom seriously. In this session, you're not only going to learn why these are so critical to actualizing the potential of your students, you will feel it yourself by engaging in improv games with other amazing educators. Warning - this session will be active, super fun, and you’ll learn a ton! Let’s do it! TRACK: SCHOOL CLIMATE & CUTURE

HOW TO CREATE A WELLNESS PROGRAM (MTSS) MODEL WITHOUT BREAKING THE BANK Learn how NVUSD created a Wellness Program (a team based MTSS process) to increase health and social emotional supports to of middle school students with minimal extra staff. You will learn how to conduct a universal screen, and plan and monitor tiered interventions for students. TRACK: SCHOOL CULTURE & CLIMATE

Laura Mooiman, LCSW

10:00am – 11:00am

Breakout Room #3

Rick Phillips 10:00am – 11:00am

Breakout Room #4

Jennifer Strommen

A ROAD MAP FOR SUCCESSFULLY IMPLEMENTING RESTORATIVE PRACTICES More and more schools are turning to Restorative Practices (RP) as a viable alternative to the zero tolerance policies often associated with high suspension rates and challenged school climates. However, with many schools experiencing “initiative fatigue”, administrators are facing challenges such as: gaining critical “buy-in” from staff, students and families; embedding restorative practices into… TRACK: RESTORATIVE PRACTICES

BUILDING AN INCLUSIVE MODEL IN A DAY TREATMENT SCHOOL SETTING Members of the Gateway Program will speak about the strategies we actively utilize to access all available opportunities on our comprehensive school campus. Topics will include our program model, district continuum of services, along with connection to life skills and real world practice. Gateway is grounded and driven in meeting students where they are… TRACK: SCHOOL CLIMATE & CUTURE

11:00am- 12:00 pm

HOSTED LUNCH/ EXHIBIT HALL

Vineyard Terrace & Exhibit Hall

Lunch will be hosted on the vineyard terrace, with views of the beautiful property. Be sure to stop by the exhibit hall/registration area to enter the daily raffle!

12:00pm-3:00pm

Breakout Room #1

Scott Lindstrom 12:00pm-3:00pm

Breakout Room #2

Brigitte Marshall 12:00pm-3:00pm

Breakout Room #3

Heather Robbins

GENERAL BUSINESS

AN INTRODUCTORY TRAINING TO THE NURTURED HEART APPROACH Do you find yourself focusing too much upon behavior gone wrong, and struggling to find the correct punitive consequence or behavior plan to attempt to change children’s (or adults’) behavior? Would you like to end each day feeling that you have celebrated the positives in ALL children, rather than having your energy sapped by correcting… TRACK: SCHOOL CULTURE & CLIMATE

IMPLEMENTING RESTORATIVE JUSTICE- POSITIONING SCHOOLS TO GET IT RIGHT! In recent years a growing awareness has emerged of the disproportionate impact of traditional school discipline practices on students of color – particularly African American and Latino boys. Many schools aspire to implement Restorative Justice as an alternative to traditional, punitive, discipline practices that operate in service of the school to prison pipeline… TRACK: RESTORATIVE PRACTICES

A TREASURE CHEST OF PD ACTIVITIES FOR PBIS AND MINDFULNESS We all talk about staff member “buy-in” for PBIS and Mental Health strategies on our campuses, but what we really need is staff member engagement in the process of developing and implementing our framework of interventions. Presenters will illustrate strategies to engage staff members using the six evidence-based staff development practices for adults… TRACK: SCHOOL CULTURE & CLIMATE

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Saturday March 17 , continued…

12:00pm-1:00pm

Breakout Room #4

Kasama Lee 12:00pm-3:00pm

Meritage Ballroom

Carlos Hagedorn

GIVE THEM WHAT THEY WANT Our teens want to be in a fun and supportive environment…even the shy ones. Who doesn’t? They want to be able to speak freely and not feel like they’re being judged. They want to be heard and accepted. This workshop will show you creative ways to increase teen programming. Out-of-the-box marketing ideas for parents TRACK: SCHOOL CULTURE & CLIMATE

HEARTWORK PEDAGOGY & YOUTH TRANSFORMATIONS FROM NAPA VALLEY’S YOUTH LEGACY PROJECT As a program of the Napa Valley Unified School District (NVUSD), the LEGACY Youth Project (LYP) is a social justice and community leadership program for 5-12th grade students, offered through academic classes. Since 2012, the grassroots program has become a “transformative educational and community experience for at-promise youth of the Napa Valley,” and serves as… TRACK: SCHOOL CULTURE & CLIMATE

IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT THE CONFERENCE Name Badges are required for admission to all conference sessions, add-on activities, meal functions, and the Exhibit Hall. Lost your name badge? Go to the On-Site Registration table to obtain a replacement. Meal Tickets are provided with your name badge and must be presented for the Thursday evening reception, Friday breakfast and lunch, and Saturday breakfast and lunch. Vendor Exhibits are located in the hallway entry to the breakout sessions. Hours are 8:00am-4:00pm. Only registered attendees are permitted access to the Exhibit Hall. Raffle Tickets are included in your registration packet. Drop off for raffle tickets is in the Exhibit Hall. Raffles are held during the Thursday kickoff Reception, Friday lunch break and Saturday lunch break. Meeting Etiquette: Sensitive to the concerns of all attendees, we affirm the right of all individuals to function in an environment free of offensive behavior. • No talking during presentations and please refrain from having loud conversations directly outside of a meeting room. • Turn off or set to silent/vibrate all cellphones, and signal watches during conference functions. • Use perfume or cologne sparingly, as others around you may be sensitive. Questions, or Need Assistance? Visit the conference registration desk 8:00am-4:00pm for help.

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