Supporting Site Leaders Series
ACSA’s Supporting Site Leaders Series is a new webinar series that will provide campus leaders with resources and the most up-to-date information on timely and important topics.
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Currently, there is no webinar scheduled.
Protecting Students During The COVID-19 Crisis
Thursday, Nov. 12
Educators have always been at the front lines of detecting and reporting child abuse. Since the Covid-19 pandemic started, cases of child abuse have risen significantly while reports have dropped, making the role of educators in fighting abuse more critical now than ever. This webinar, presented by the United States Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of California, will equip teachers and administrators with the tools they need to detect, prevent, and report abuse of their students while teaching remotely during the pandemic. The presentation will focus on internet crimes against children, including trafficking in child sexual abuse material and sextortion, and will provide practical advice for teachers working in the online classroom.
Michael Anderson | Chief of White Collar Crimes, United States Attorney’s Office
Mira Chernick | Assistant United States Attorney, United States Attorney’s Office
Social Emotional Learning: Unpacking Best Practices
Wednesday Oct. 28
On this installment of ACSA’s Supporting Site Leaders series we learned about social-emotional learning strategies that have been successfully implemented at school sites across the state.
Our panelists shared details on the approaches they have taken to meet the social emotional needs of students and staff, and we engaged in an hour of learning and exchanging ideas.
Joan Hanson, Principal, Washington Elementary
Buck Roggeman, Principal, Forest Grove Elementary
Thomas Carroll, Principal, & Anthony Alberts, Asst. Principal, Morrill Middle School
Resilient leadership in the face of uncertainty and turmoil
Tuesday, Oct. 13
Your capacity to lead is directly correlated to your capacity to maintain your own wellbeing, stay resilient in the face of adversity, and to deepen connections with your students, parents and staff.
ACSA’s Executive Director, Wes Smith, shares his story and Roni Habib, Founder and CEO of EQ Schools, provides our leaders with practical tools to move through adversity with care and guidance.
Social Emotional Learning
Karen VanAusdal and Mary Hurley, from the Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL), provide information and resources to meet the social-emotional needs of both students and staff.
SEL Roadmap for Reopening School
Legal Clarity: Privacy, Liability, and Confidentiality
Wednesday, Sept. 9
School attorneys from Fagen, Friedman, and Fulfrost, LLP provide legal clarity, recommendations for communicating with staff and parents, sample templates and more. This webinar focused on privacy and confidentiality, as COVID-19 and the shift to digital learning have raised new liability concerns for site leaders. Specific topics include mandated reporting, cyberbullying, student camera use, class recording and implicit bias in the digital age.