Professional Development Hours: 5
The revised New Jersey Anti-Bullying of Bill Rights Act places a great deal of emphasis on the transition from School Safety Teams to Safety/Climate Teams.
School Safety/Climate Team members are charged to establish and maintain a positive school culture and climate in accordance with best practices and in compliance with all requirements as set forth by New Jersey Anti-Bullying of Bill Rights Act.
This is a highly engaging, interactive, hands-on workshop that is designed by an educator for educators. This training is recommended for Anti-Bullying Coordinators, Specialists, and School Safety Team Members and Parents. All participants shall be awarded a Certificate of Completion for five (5) hours of professional development.
This training includes the following:
- How to Recruit, Develop and Nurture an Effective School Safety/Climate Team
- Develop a School Safety/Climate Team Mission Statement
- Structure for School Safety/Climate Team Roles and Responsibilities
- How to Develop an Effective and Efficient School Safety/Climate Team Meeting Schedule
- How to Plan and Implement an Effective and Efficient School Safety/Climate Team Meeting
- Data Collection, Analysis, and Real-World Implications
- Develop Annual School Safety/Climate Team Goals and Objectives Based on Data
- Develop a School Environment that Embraces Equity and Civility
- HIB Training Requirements for Staff, Contracted Service Providers and Volunteers
- HIB Program Requirements for Students and Parents
- SSDS Reporting Requirements
- Practical Applications of HIB Prevention, Intervention, and Remediation Programs
- School Culture and Climate – It has to be everyone, all day, every day
Trainer Jamie Edward Ciofalo Location Eastern Camden County Regional School District (Voorhees) 1401 Laurel Oak Road, Voorhees, NJ 08043 Date January 18, 2019 Time 8:30 a.m.—2:30 p.m. Cost FREE! Each school district may bring up to five attendees. $99 for each attendee after five. Accommodations All trainings include a continental breakfast and a cold lunch