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


Jamie Edward Ciofalo
Eastern Camden County Regional School District (Voorhees)
1401 Laurel Oak Road, Voorhees, NJ 08043
January 18, 2019
8:30 a.m.—2:30 p.m.
Each school district may bring up to five attendees. $99 for each attendee after five.
All trainings include a continental breakfast and a cold lunch