NCAIS: Adding Value for Independent Schools Across North Carolina

The North Carolina Association of Independent Schools (NCAIS) is the recognized and respected membership organization for independent schools across the state. Schools join NCAIS to benefit from the outstanding professional development opportunities we offer, to access a collaborative network of colleagues, to have a voice in our state legislature, and to utilize a variety of services and resources that enhance learning and save time and money.

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 Food for Thought: Nurses 

February 27 | Providence Day School

 

Mandatory Reporter Webinar 

with Elizabeth Troutman, attorney at Brooks Pierce

March 2, 2020 11 AM - 12 PM | Zoom 

In November 2019, the North Carolina General Assembly enacted Session Law 2019-245, which changes the laws around making reports to law enforcement. Prior to this law, all individuals over 18 were required to report child abuse to the Department of Social Services. Heads of school were also (depending on interpretation) required to report certain crimes that occurred on school property. The new law increases the responsibilities for reporting significantly. All individuals over age 18 must report child abuse, sex offense against a child, and a violent offense against a child to law enforcement whether the alleged conduct occurred at school or not. Failure to report is a crime.

This training will help school personnel understand what must be reported under these very broad definitions and how to report in a manner that protects the school from criminal liability. Cost: $125 per school for an unlimited number of participants and it will be recorded.

 

Beyond Calming Down: How Teachers Can Support Anxious Students in the Classroom 

March 3, 2020 | Hill Learning Center

 

Business Office Conference 

March 5-6, 2020 | Ravenscroft School, Raleigh 

  

2020 Annual Educators Conference

October 13 | CPCC | Charlotte