“Are the Kids Alright”
June 2020 virtual forums hosted by the NYS Youth Justice Institute
Panel discussion to explore the pandemic’s current and foreseeable impacts, and explore innovative approaches
Resources for Parents
The Office of Mental Health has launched the first-of-its-kind Emotional Support Helpline in response to the mental health impact of COVID-19.
COVID-19 Resources for Families and Communities from NYSED
For information on the Coronavirus, please visit:
For all NYSED Guidance Documents, please visit http://www.p12.nysed.gov/sss/schoolhealth/schoolhealthservices/coronavirus.html
NYS Center for School Health : https://www.schoolhealthny.com/
NYS Education Department: School Health Services http://www.p12.nysed.gov/sss/schoolhealth/schoolhealthservices/
CDC Guidance for Administrators of K-12 Schools
US Department of Education https://www.ed.gov/coronavirus
Protecting Student Privacy: FERPA and Virtual Learning
NYS Department of Health https://www.health.ny.gov/diseases/communicable/coronavirus/
Planning for a return to school
REMS-TA Center COVID-19 Resources
Essential actions to help district and school leaders plan and implement a safe, efficient, and equitable return to school from Opportunity Labs
A Blueprint for Back to School from AEI
CDC Guidance: Considerations for operating schools, reopening decision tool, and interim guidance for resuming school
School Safety Related Organziations
WHAT we do
Schools must be safe havens for teaching and learning, free from crime and violence. The presence of any incident of this nature affects not only the target, but also the aggressor, bystanders, any instruction or program taking place, the school itself; indeed, the whole community.
In cooperation and collaboration with the New York State Education Department/Office of Student Support Services, Measurement Incorporated operates the New York State Center for School Safety. The Center offers a statewide professional development and technical assistance center providing direct support to schools and districts in creating and maintaining safe and healthy learning environments for all New York State students.
Center staff are seasoned school safety professionals with expertise in comprehensive models of safe and supportive learning environments, crisis management, bullying prevention, and student learning.
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