Dr. Adam Hartley

Retired Educator, Co-owner

Dr. Adam Hartley is a retired educator, holding a variety of leadership positions throughout his career that includes Executive Director of Alternative Education for the Lansing School District, Superintendent of Fenton Area Public Schools, Assistant Superintendent of Swartz Creek Community Schools, Principal in Birmingham Public Schools, and Principal in Flushing Community School District. Adam has founded two alternative high schools, a non-profit organization aimed at inspiring youth and is co-owner of iWellness Center, a software platform designed to engage and connect students to improve their overall well being.  He now volunteers his time at 2nd Street Learning, his wife’s non-profit organization with the mission of engaging, empowering, and equipping youth with the tools they need to thrive.

  • Company iWellness Center


Day 2
September 21, 2023
3:45 pm

The Power of Partnership for Afterschool Programming [After School/Out of School]

21 September
Time:  3:45 pm - 5:00 pm
Location:  Peninsula A

Expanding afterschool and summer opportunities has solid evidence of positive impacts for learning acceleration and meeting students’ academic, social, and emotional needs, and enhancing college and career readiness. Join us to learn from state experts and school administrators who are investing in connecting systems and supports so that all young people can reach their highest potential.

3:45 pm

MTSS: There's a Story Behind Every Number [Teaching & Learning]

21 September
Time:  3:45 pm - 5:00 pm
Location:  Michigan E/F

Swartz Creek Community Schools has pioneered MTSS for many years, focusing on academic and behavioral interventions. Over the last five years, the district has prioritized mental wellness at the Tier 1, 2, and 3 levels. Most recently, SC has been using weekly wellness survey data to understand the mental health of all students. This session will provide insight into the why, what, and how of making mental wellness an integral part of your MTSS plan.

Focus: Diversity, Equity, Inclusion/School Safety/Mental Health & Wellness/Teaching & Learning.

1. Attendees will learn how to effectively integrate mental wellness into an MTSS plan.
2. Attendees will explore the tools to collect, analyze, and utilize data to make informed decisions to support academic, behavioral, and mental health intervention.
3. Attendees will review the why behind meeting every student's needs to realize growth in academics and mental wellness.

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