Coursework is now Closed as of January 21, 2022. We will be sending out certificates in the following weeks.

2021 OLAC & PBIS Showcase

Responsive, Reimagined, and Resilient Leadership

For more than 10 years, the Ohio Leadership Advisory Council has hosted the OLAC Action Forum—an annual event designed to bring hundreds of Ohio superintendents, principals, teachers, and others together to share stories about how district and building leadership teams and teachers-based teams are working together to impact all learners.


Since 2015, the Ohio Department of Education and the Ohio PBIS Network have hosted the Positive Behavioral Interventions & Supports (PBIS) Showcase, an annual event focused on showcasing Ohio’s schools implementing PBIS with high fidelity. This event brings together hundreds of Ohio principals, teachers, counselors, and others to network and share best practices around PBIS implementation to ensure safe and supportive school environments.


With a shared vision for building the capacity of those who lead, teach, and serve students in Ohio’s schools and beyond, we are excited to continue the OLAC and Ohio PBIS Network partnership to host a joint event again this year. This one-day, virtual conference will combine the best of the OLAC Action Forum and the Ohio PBIS Showcase.


High quality professional learning

Like our past events, you can expect high quality content from experts and practitioners from around the state and across the U.S., as well as opportunities to network and collaborate—the only change will be that it will be from the comfort of your own home or office. Participants will also have the opportunity to earn contact hours. Each course is one contact hour, and participants will receive 1 contact hour for each course they complete. 

This year’s event theme is Responsive, Reimagined, and Resilient Leadership, and the content will be organized around three strands:

·        Leading, learning, and connecting in all learning environments

·        Supporting the whole child, including trauma-informed practice and students’ social emotional well-being

·        Ensuring equitable learning opportunities


Here’s what you can expect:

·        20 sessions to choose from 

·        Keynote speakers—Dr. Doug Reeves and Anthony Coy-Gonzalez

·        Networking and collaboration opportunities via virtual ‘breakout’ rooms

·        Access to all recorded sessions and materials following the event

·        Opportunity to earn contact hours



For OLAC questions: Jim Gay or Karel Oxley

For PBIS questions: Deborah Turner

Frequently Asked Questions (Click Here)

PDF copy of the Registration Brochure (Click here)

For all registrations you will be able to log in until January 21, 2022 to review presentations!

As our team continues to plan, please know that we are committed to providing full participation opportunities for all attendees. Whether you need an ASL interpreter, closed captioning, or other supports, simply let us know, and we will work with you to arrange and coordinate.

To submit your request, please email [email protected] and indicate any requests for provisions, services, or equipment you may require per the Americans Disabilities Act (ADA).

Please send all comments, issues or items to [email protected] We will have a team monitoring this email before, during and after the event.