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100 School Districts: A Call to Action—12 Policy Recommendations to Prevent and Respond to Sexual Harassment in Schools - Shared screen with speaker view
Serena Evans- She|Her - NCEDSV
50:15
Hi everyone, I just want to let you know that the slides and the report being referenced will be shared with a recording of the webinar.
Sarah Slavenas
53:06
Students in rural communities have great difficulty being separated when there is only one algebra class. What do they do in this case?
Rosealine Scheuerman (she/her)
55:04
Do you have links or informations about trainings like these?
Serena Evans- She|Her - NCEDSV
55:36
Rosealine do you mean trainings for school staff?
Carin Gomes
55:44
It seems there may be some hurdles in teaching sex education in our community. In particular, reproductive health.
Serena Evans- She|Her - NCEDSV
56:49
Yes Carin. We at NCEDSV are currently working on how do we frame this topic/issue to get buy in from parents and administrators. It is a really hard conversation to have in NV.
Carin Gomes
56:53
Family planning?
Rosealine Scheuerman (she/her)
56:55
Our organization calls our sex education program as "Teen Health"
Rosealine Scheuerman (she/her)
57:36
Discussion with school counselors has been a really good Segway into getting sex ed programs into schools
Carin Gomes
57:44
Yes, I know, teen dating violence month is next month, I want to be prepared! LO:
Serena Evans- She|Her - NCEDSV
58:28
I want to remind everyone that we are hosting a TA session tomorrow afternoon to talk in depth about these recommendations in Nevada. These questions are great and would make wonderful topics for tomorrows session.
Manisha Singh
01:04:05
Do you have any tips on what we as pediatricians can do to ensure the student is receiving proper support from the school etc other than screening for sexual harassment in schools?
Arti Kothari
01:05:12
There are screening tools that physicians can use for their patients @Manisha
Serena Evans- She|Her - NCEDSV
01:07:31
Manisha - one suggestion I might have is to make sure that you have a list of local community resources that assist victim-survivors and offer those resources to any of your clients and their guardians if they disclose any sexual harassment or dating violence. This way they can receive support from advocacy organizations
Jennifer Cooper
01:40:44
Thank you so much!! Such great information!!
Sarah Ferrato | she/they | OAESV
01:41:04
Thank you, Elizabeth! This has been so informational
Sarah Slavenas
01:41:18
Looking forward to tomorrow. Great job.
Manisha Singh
01:41:18
Thank You!
Serena Evans- She|Her - NCEDSV
01:41:27
https://forms.office.com/r/T1nUE4MJZS
Tamie Davidson DVI-Yerington
01:41:34
thank you looking forward to tomorrow's training as well!
Serena Evans- She|Her - NCEDSV
01:42:02
https://ncedsv.coalitionmanager.org/eventmanager/TrainingEventRegistration/Create/1584
Carin Gomes
01:42:19
Thank you!
Molly Rose Lewis
01:42:25
Thanks everyone!
Maria Doucettperry
01:42:30
Thanks! Great class.