Life is full of second chances
Here’s your chance to enjoy NYSSBA’s Virtual Convention & Education Expo … on demand +
- View 48 timely informative on demand educational sessions. All at your convenience from November to December 31, 2020.
- Hear highlights of lessons learned from the COVID-19 experience via the 24th Annual School Law Seminar.
- Learn how you can best communicate about risks – such as the coronavirus – to your school community via the 12th Annual Communications Workshop.
- PLUS … Network with colleagues, Visit the Education Expo, View student talent and more!
I’m LOVING the virtual format! No rushing to get to a session or risk being closed out; not a bad seat in the house so everyone can see/here the presenter; and we’re able to attend the sessions that are conflicts … later! Win-win!
- Sandy Nagler, Board VP, Chester Union Free School District
Invest in the educational information you need now for your school districts.
On Board Online • November 30, 2020
By Pauline Liu
Last school year, a sheriff's deputy assigned to Sullivan BOCES cracked two cases involving men who contacted underage students through social media. Deputy Robert Cintron, 34, arrested each man after hearing about separate incidents either from a school counselor or the students themselves.
The cases might have gone unreported if Cintron had not been assigned as a school resource officer (SRO), according Cintron's supervisor, Sgt. Cheryl Crumley of the Sullivan County Sheriff's Office.Read the entire article>>
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