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November24

Safe2Say South Dakota reporting platform active

An anonymous tip platform for students, staff and communities to report concerning or threatening behaviors is now active.   The South Dakota School Safety Program launched Safe2Say South Dakota, a 24/7 reporting platform available through the free Safe2Say South Dakota App (available through Apple or Google Play), at https://safe2say.sd.gov/ or at the toll-free telephone number,
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November22

Free telemental health services available to schools

A partnership between two state agencies is bringing mental health services to schools FREE of charge!   The Department of Education and Department of Social Services will provide schools with additional support in helping students and their families access available mental health services as well as an understanding of when/how to refer students for mental
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November12

Download the 2022-23 Emergency School Bus Pact

ASBSD has continued its coordinating role for the Emergency School Bus Mutual Assistance Pact between school districts, which operates in the event a bus traveling outside of its home district fails and is in need of assistance.   ASBSD has collected and supplied a list of emergency phone numbers for the cooperating districts so they
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November11

Proposed updates to 2023 ASBSD Legislative Platform

ASBSD’s proposed legislative platform for the 2023 legislative session includes the resolutions and standing positions influence the legislative direction of ASBSD and are voted on by member districts at Delegate Assembly.   The 2022 Delegate Assembly is set for Friday, November 18 in Pierre at the Ramkota Conference Center, at 1 p.m. (Central).   Below
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November01

Delegate appointments needed for 2022 ASBSD Delegate Assembly

ASBSD’s 2022 Delegate Assembly is scheduled for Friday, November 18 in Pierre at the Ramkota Conference Center, at 1 p.m. (Central) and EACH member district should send their appointed a board member to represent their school board and vote on positions that help set our legislative direction.   Click the links to review ASBSD’s proposed resolutions and standing
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November01

Share, listen, network at a Wednesdays with Wade meeting

Share your thoughts, listen to others and network with fellow school leaders in-person and online this fall as part of the Wednesdays with Wade meetings.   Join fellow board members, superintendents, business managers and other school leaders, as well as ASBSD Executive Director Wade Pogany, at a school or on Zoom at one or more
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August04

Breakout Sessions selected for the 2022 ASBSD-SASD Convention

The premier learning event for school board members and administrators will feature 35 and counting Breakout Sessions on Thursday and Friday, August 4-5 at the Sioux Falls Convention Center.   Click here to see the Breakout Sessions scheduled to be at the 2022 ASBSD-SASD Convention, which include student achievement, governance & policy, finance & legal,
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August02

CDC releases updated COVID guidance for schools

Updated COVID guidance for K-12 schools has recently been released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).   The updated guidance documents include: Operational Guidance for K-12 School and Early Care and Education Programs to Support Safe In-Person Learning; Frequently Asked Questions for K-12 and Early Care and Education (ECE) Settings: Information for
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June23

Concerns, next steps shared at first juvenile justice study meeting

A wide-ranging discussion took place during the first meeting of the interim study on juvenile justice.   The Study Committee on Juvenile Justice began it’s work last week (6/16) hearing testimony from more than 10 individuals connected to the matter whether through schools, law enforcement agencies or in the juvenile court system.   Student truancy served as
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June11

Juvenile Justice study begins this week

The study on juvenile justice will begin this week.   Fifteen legislators will consider and develop alternatives for the placement of juvenile offenders as part of the Study Committee on Juvenile Justice beginning this Thursday (6/16) at 9 a.m. (Central).   You can listen to the meeting here and view the agenda here.   Wednesday’s agenda includes
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