Mental Health Webinar Bundle

22 Apr

Mental Health Webinar Bundle

Mental Health Webinar Bundle

Wednesday, April 22, 2020


This bundle includes all 3 Mental Health Webinars.

You're Registered!
This bundle includes the following webinars:

Hot Topics in Student Mental and Physical Health
1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. (Eastern)

Learn how state and federal laws are addressing student mental health in order to improve school safety, including best practices for threat assessment and student privacy. Understand when a student's mental health condition may rise to the level of a disability that the district may need to address under IDEA or Section 504. Get up-to-date on trending health issues, including epi-pens, opioid antagonists, immunizations, and CBD oil in schools.

Host:  Jordan Cooper, NSBA Senior Staff Attorney
Presenters:  Sarah Orman and Jasmine Wightman, Texas Association of School Boards, Austin, TX

More Than FERPA: Online Learning Now and in the Future
2:10 – 3:10 p.m. (Eastern)

COSA welcomes Amelia Vance, Director of Youth and Education Privacy at the Future of Privacy Forum, and two COSA veterans for a discussion of legal issues schools are facing with the widespread adoption of online learning. We’ll address the key student data privacy questions your school clients are asking, and identify important concerns of which they should be aware going forward. Of course we’ll talk about FERPA, plus CIPA, HIPPA, IDEA and more. Join this important conversation about how the legal landscape may adapt to the new online learning reality.

Host: Sonja Trainor, NSBA Managing Director, Legal Advocacy
Presenters: Amelia Vance, Future of Privacy Forum, Washington, DC; Tom Myers, Brackett & Ellis, Fort Worth, TX; and Andrew Manna, Church Church Hittle & Antrim, Noblesville, IN

Work/Life Balance:  The Perspective of a Veteran School Lawyer
3:20 – 4:20 p.m. (Eastern)

All of us strive for a satisfying professional life along with meaningful and loving relationships with family and friends.  How to achieve both in a high stress environment?  Lawyers are particularly susceptible to depression, substance abuse and similar problems.  In this session, a school lawyer with over 40 years of experience shares his experience and insights into how a happy and sustainable balance can be achieved.

Host:  Cheryl Richardson, Director, Council of School Attorneys
Presenter:  Jim Walsh, Walsh, Gallegos, Treviño, Kyle & Russo, PC, Austin, TX