A groundbreaking decision by a Superior Court judge in Hunterdon County would allow a school district to seek damages from the parents of students who engaged in bullying, under the theory that the parents of children who bully may also bear some responsibility—particularly when the bullying activity occurs off school grounds. Learn about this case, newly adopted HIB regulations, and other breaking developments at the upcoming LEGAL ONE trainings on New Jersey’s anti-bullying law.
May 6, 2014; 4 pm to 6 pm at Church of the Annunciation, Wayne, NJ
co-sponsored by the Passaic County School Nurses Association (PCSNA) FREE FOR PCSNA MEMBERS!
This workshop will address medical issues such as concussions, medical action plans, immunizations on enrollment, and medically fragile students, along with recordkeeping, legal reporting for HIB, and confidentiality requirements.
Location: North Hunterdon-Voorhees Regional H.S. District
The law evolves all the time. Get up to speed on the latest laws and judicial opinions in education law, and be ready as issues arise in your school. This workshop will address current developments in a variety of legal issues.
LEGAL ONE, the Foundation for Educational Administration and the New Jersey State Bar Foundation, under a grant from the New Jersey Department of Education, have joined forces to help school districts address school climate and culture as part of a comprehensive response to bullying in our public schools.
Together, they have produced a three-part webinar that addresses legal requirements and best practices related to school climate and culture. The webinar is also AT NO COST to all school districts.