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Escaping Vaping: Informational Webinar on Teen Vaping & COVID-19
The Palo Alto Youth Council invites the parent community to a vaping panel where guest speakers from different professions
will confer their experience dealing with vaping. The panel will include a 15 min. presentation from each panelist surrounding
vaping and how it pertains to their specific field, results from a vaping survey of over 300 students from the Palo Alto district,
and a 45 min. Q and A segment at the end of the session.
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The SCCOE Tobacco Use Prevention Education (TUPE) Program partnered with the Leadership Academy to bring you a leadership webinar series featuring content experts from across the country to tackle just-in time topics to discuss tangible strategies that schools and school systems can adopt around alternatives to suspension for vape/tobacco related offenses and beyond.
The first webinar focused on setting the foundation for leading for equity in the COVID-19 crisis with an emphasis on decreasing suspensions for tobacco and vape related offenses using an equity centered lens. In this 90-minute webinar, participants will explore:
Facilitator: Imee Almazan, Ed.D. Coordinator of State & Federal Programs, Alum Rock Union Elementary School District
Expert Guest: Nancy Gutierrez, Ed.L.D. President & CEO NYC Leadership Academy
The second webinar focused on dealing with trauma in the COVID-19 crisis. The webinar will explore trauma-informed approaches for individual resilience to identify root causes on why students use tobacco or vape products. Participants will learn:
Expert Guest: Annya Artigas, Ed.D. Coordinator of Mental Wellness Support, Alum Rock Union Elementary School District
Join us as we continue our Leading for Equity webinar series in conversation with school district leaders who offer alternatives to discipline & suspension to support students who need it most. Together we will explore:
“8 Can’t Wait” Article
Educators & Parents as Allies: A Research-Based, Family-Centered Approach