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LCPS Mental Health and Wellness Conference 2022 has ended

Loudoun County Public Schools Department of Student Services is pleased to host the 4th Annual Mental Health and Wellness Conference.  

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Saturday, January 29 • 11:00am - 11:50am
Making Sense of Executive Functioning: Not Just Planning, Organizing, and Prioritizing

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Executive Functioning can be broadly defined as brain-based skills that are required to execute tasks. Positive mental health is tied to a student’s ability to successfully use this skillset throughout their lifetime. This session will review practices that can be used at home to promote the development of executive functioning.
Session Link
Meeting number (access code): 2314 931 0120
Meeting password: NJwCQZec789
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+1-415-655-0001 US Toll

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Speakers
avatar for Kelsey Jackson, Ed.S.

Kelsey Jackson, Ed.S.

School Psychologist, Loudoun County Public Schools
Kelsey is in her 4th year as a School Psychologist with Loudoun County Public Schools. She has presented on a variety of topics throughout her professional career including executive functioning, mental health awareness for teachers and students, bullying prevention, and suicide prevention... Read More →
avatar for Catherine Tannuzzo, M.S., NCSP

Catherine Tannuzzo, M.S., NCSP

School Psychologist, Loudoun County Public Schools
Kate Tannuzzo works for Loudoun County Public Schools as a School Psychologist primarily at three elementary schools in Sterling. She’s been employed with LCPS since 2018 and has worked in multiple school districts in Arizona as well as in New York since 2011. Her experiences include... Read More →



Saturday January 29, 2022 11:00am - 11:50am EST