Upcoming Training

Jun
20
Thu
Policy Conference @ Courtyard Marriott Carolina Beach
Jun 20 @ 8:00 am – Jun 21 @ 1:00 pm

More information coming.

Jun
24
Mon
Spring Webinars – Replay Week
Jun 24 @ 9:00 am – Jun 30 @ 11:00 pm

Many of NCSBA’s spring webinars focused on school safety. Sign up today to access one or all of the recorded videos during this week-long special access price! The ethics and conflicts of interest video fulfills board members’ legal obligation to have two hours of ethics training within 12 months of being elected, appointed, reelected, or reappointed to the school board.

To register for each webinar, click the title of interest below and then click the green registration button.

All webinars will last approximately one hour except for the ethics webinar, which is two hours. Each one-hour webinar is $195 per school system, and board member training credit is $10 per person. The two-hour ethics webinar is $390 per school system, and board member credit is $20 per person.

After completing the registration process, you will receive a confirmation email with directions to set up a user ID and password. Please share this login information with every school in your district. Each webinar will be available from 7 a.m. June 24th to 11 p.m. June 30th.

For questions, please contact Chadae Lewis, membership services assistant, at clewis@ncsba.org or 919-747-6675.

Aug
19
Mon
Staff Development Webinars
Aug 19 – Aug 23 all-day

If you’re looking for affordable staff development opportunities for your administrators and teachers, NCSBA has the solution. We will offer five webinars in August to help keep your staff at the top of their game. Click the links below to register for each webinar.

Monday, August 19 – Suspension? Placement at an Alternative School? Expulsion? An Overview of the Law on Student Discipline

This webinar will address the U.S. constitutional provisions and the North Carolina laws that determine when students may be subject to removal from school for disciplinary reasons. The webinar will also include a discussion of the amount of due process a student is entitled to receive before various disciplinary penalties are imposed.

Tuesday, August 20 – Religion in the Schools: Curriculum, Holiday Celebrations, and Students’ Right to the Free Exercise of Religion

At times school systems are sued when parents or others object to classroom assignments or school programs that address religious topics or ideas. This webinar will examine court cases that illustrate the types of situations that have stirred controversy in the past. It will also provide general guidance as to what is generally acceptable, what is not, and when to seek guidance from legal counsel.

Wednesday, August 21 – Bullying and Sexual Harassment of Students: The Classroom Teacher’s Role in Prevention and Response

Classroom teachers play a pivotal role in preventing and responding to bullying and sexual harassment of students. Often overlooked is the teacher’s role in preventing sexual misconduct between employees and students. After a brief refresher on student-on-student bullying and sexual harassment, this webinar will focus on the teacher’s role in protecting students from sexual misconduct by adults in the school environment, including the warning signs of boundary invasions and other grooming behaviors that may progress to sexual misconduct.

Thursday, August 22 – Teacher’s Legal Duties and Responsibilities on School Trips

In this presentation we will take a look at legal and practical considerations for teachers before and during field trips. Good planning, communication, and knowing your duties and responsibilities will go a long way towards making your adventures in learning with students a success.

Friday, August 23 – Child Abuse and Neglect: Reports and Investigations

This presentation will discuss mandatory reporting requirements for school system employees regarding abuse, neglect, dependency, and maltreatment of children. Also, this presentation will explain two relatively recent changes to North Carolina law — specifically, the expanded definition of child abuse and neglect to include child trafficking and new reporting requirements for child maltreatment in licensed child care facilities.

Each webinar is $250 per school system, and board member training credit is $10 per person.

Click here for a printable flyer with webinar details.

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