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Syracuse Community Summit: Keeping Kids in School

The Syracuse City School District and Onondaga County are jointly sponsoring the Syracuse Community Summit: Keeping Kids in School on Saturday, October 25, from 9:30 am to 4 pm at Fowler High School (227 Magnolia St.). Registration and a continental breakfast begin at 8:30 am.

The Summit is open to students, parents, teachers, administrators, service providers and community leaders.SCSD-Logotiny

Topics of discussion will include the District’s new Code of Conduct, Character and Support as well as the importance of implementing discipline practices that keep kids in school while changing undesired behaviors.

Breakout sessions will include: Setting the Stage: Unintended Consequences of School-Discipline Practices; Cultural Competency; Restorative Practices; and Collaborative Models for School Arrest Diversion.

Child care will be provided. Please RSVP your attendance by October 20th to summit@scsd.us or call 435-4161.

Editors Note: There are over 200 people who have rsvp’d their attendance.

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