Re-Imaging Program Delivery to Students during COVID-19 (Part II)

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Tuesday, September 29, 2020
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM (EDT)

Event Details

Eat Smart Move More SC presents an important two part series on reimaging program Delivery to students during COVID-19

We’ve identified challenges to providing services to students that were traditionally offered in the school setting prior to COVID-19. During part one of this event, youth will respond to these challenges.  We will also learn about considerations for working with schools as they reopen.  During part two of the event, a panel of experts will share their experiences of delivering school-based programs during COVID-19.

Part One Target Audience:  Nonprofits and organizations that typically provide services to students in the school setting and have been impacted by COVID-19 (prevention, education, health, mentoring, arts, afterschool programs, physical activity, etc.).  Additionally, students and parents looking to gain insight around students’ perspectives. 

Part Two Target Audience:  Nonprofits and organizations that typically provide services to students in the school setting and have been impacted by COVID-19 (prevention, education, health, mentoring, arts, afterschool programs, physical activity, etc.). 

Part II: Re-Imaging Program Delivery to Students During COVID-19

September 29 from 3 to 4:00 p.m.

Moderator:

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Paige Maxwell

Director of Youth Transition Programs

Able South Carolina

Panelists:

Carena L. Jones

School Social Worker

Eau Claire High School

Paige Selking

Paige Selking

Project Director, Ending the Silence

NAMI South Carolina - National Alliance on Mental Illness

Tabitha Strickland

Assistant Principal, Kershaw County School District

 

Calvin Whitmire

President and Founder

Bridging the Gap Advocacy, Laurens County

Presented by:

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Hosted by:

CFEC Partnership Organizations | Carolina Family Engagement Center