Tue, Mar 30 | Webinar (link will be shared)

KSB Webinar Series: Students

Time & Location

Mar 30, 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Webinar (link will be shared)

About the Event

With the Class of 2033 in their seats (or screens) for the first year of the rest of their lives, even Jordan, at the ripe old age of 26, feels old.  We’ve been doing this a long time (just ask Karen!) but the youth of America still find ways to surprise and challenge us.  And don’t get us started about “snowplow” parents.  From new and interesting ways to violate the code of conduct to novel requests for accommodations, it's tough to stay on top of it all.  This presentation will highlight the most pressing issues in fulfilling the needs of Generation Zoom, while discussing practical solutions and strategies to get you ready for the Class of 2034.

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Jeff McQuistan, Title IX Coordinator, Educational Service Unit #17, 207 N Main St, Ainsworth, NE 69210 (402) 387-2520 jmcquistan@esu17.org

 

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