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On Tuesday, February 15, Anthony Baxter, Assistant Principal, Sleepy Hollow High School, Tarrytown, NY presented another well-received CAS CTLE Workshop entitled DASA Details: Everything You Need to Know for Your Protection and Theirs” on Zoom.

The workshop focused on the Dignity for All students Act, what it does (and does not) prescribe, how to implement it in your school setting, and how to manage student and parent expectations. The legislation, school district policies, and administrative practices and procedures were presented and discussed in detail. Participants were engaged in a lively and interactive presentation wherein actual scenarios and solutions were explored and discussed. This proved to be an excellent workshop for probationary administrators responsible for student safety and discipline.

During an interactive portion of the workshop, the participants had opportunities to reflect on their practices and discuss them with their colleagues in other nearby districts. The workshop was concluded with helpful suggestions for enhancing school safety and the participants left with practical tools to effectively implement student centered DASA programs in their schools. This was another information-packed CAS workshop that provided the participants with practical suggestions on how to manage, investigate, and monitor DASA complaints in their schools.

Anthony Baxter is an experienced secondary educator of twenty-nine years who has served as a teacher, coach, advisor, assistant principal, and principal in private and public schools throughout Westchester County. He is currently the assistant principal and DASA Coordinator at Sleepy Hollow High School in Tarrytown, NY. He is also the president of RASA (Regional Administrators and Supervisors Association), CAS’s regional partner in Westchester County. Tony is a father of four children, aged 15 to 22, and is passionate about creating and maintaining a safe school environment for students and staff

If you were unable to attend the workshop and would like more information, please contact Anthony Baxter.

Upcoming CAS CTLE Workshops:  

Workshop Title: Taking Care of You to Take Care of Them: Mindfulness for What Matters

Presenter: Carin Winter, Founder and CEO of Mission Be, Mindful Education

Date and Time: Tuesday, March 29, 2022, from 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm

CAS is a certified NYSED Continuing Teacher Leader Education (CTLE) sponsor, and successful participants earned two (2) hours of CTLE professional development credit applicable toward the hours needed for continuing certification.

Upcoming CAS CTLE Workshops are scheduled throughout the school year and communicated through email and the website.

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