Free bullying workshop to be held at Angel College Center

— The Taskforce Against Bullying Offers its Second Annual Bullying Prevention Workshop. The free event is open to the public.

The Taskforce Against Bullying, a program of Safe Schools/Healthy Students and Champlain Valley Educational Services, will hold day-long workshop will take place on Nov. 7, in the Angell College Center at SUNY Plattsburgh from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Parents, educators, and community members are welcome to attend this free event.

Break out sessions will include:

Bullying Happened, What Now? Cyberbullying/Social Media (With New York State Police)

DASA (Dignity for All Students Act) and Bullying Prevention, Help is Just a Phone Call Away!

A Community Panel Media Panel with Stephanie Gorin/Amanda Dagley/Gayle Alexander/Suzanne Moore, Mobilize the Bystander! Parents Share Their Experiences – A Parent Panel

Simple Ways to Use Common Core to Prevent Bullying - Elementary

Simple Ways to Use Common Core to Prevent Bullying - Intermediate

Using Video to Send an Message!

Ways to Recognize Bullying and Open a Dialogue We are Stronger Together! A Networking Session.

For more information, call Wanda McQueen at 561-0100.

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