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Dignity Act Coordinator Update: Tuesday, Sept. 25th

DIGNITY ACT COORDINATOR UPDATE TRAINING

KEEPS FOCUS ON CONTROVERSIAL ISSUES FACING LONG ISLAND SCHOOLS

These are challenging times that demand the attention and expertise of Dignity Act Coordinators.  Now more than ever, the intersectionality between School Safety, Creating a Positive School Climate, and Implementing the Dignity Act, has never been more evident.  CAPS offers training for those who serve as Dignity Act Coordinators and for others who are interested in learning more about the Dignity Act.

CAPS’ 3rd Annual Dignity Act Coordinator Update Training will provide opportunities for DACs to review their role and obligations under the Dignity Act, as well as explore and respond to contemporary and controversial issues facing Long Island schools.

Participants will build their capacity for understanding and responding to:

  • Making Sexual Harassment Prevention a Priority in our Schools: #metook12
  • Restorative Practices: A Proactive Way to Reduce Conflict, Bullying and Aggressive Behaviors
  • School Safety: Preparing & Responding to Active Threats
  • Update on Investigating & Reporting Bullying, Harassment & Discrimination

This training is offered at no cost to CAPS Member schools (one free registration per member school;  additional registration per member school is $50 per person). For CAPS non-members, the fee is $100 per person. For more information and/or to register with or without CAPS membership, call CAPS at 516.621.0552, ext 301 or click here:  DASA Coordinator Update Training Flyer for Members and non members 2108-19Sorry, but no admission without registration in advance. Thank you.

Date/Location: Tuesday, September 25, 2018, Long Island Children’s Museum, 11 Davis Avenue, Garden City, NY

Time: Check-in starts at 8:00am.  Program 8:30am-11:30am.  A light continental breakfast will be served.

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