Ethics of Social Media & House Bill 410– Ohio’s Truancy Laws: Requirements and Best Practices
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Date(s) - 08/08/2019

University of Findlay Diagnostic Services Building

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9:00-9:15   Registration
9:15-12:30  Ethics of Social Media (3 Ethics CEUs)
                     Danielle Smith, executive director NASW-Ohio Chapter
12:30-1:20  Lunch on own
1:20-2:20   HB 410 an Overview (1 CEU)
                     Brittany Miracle, ODE Program Administrator for the Office of Integrated Student Supports   
2:30-3:30  HB 410 Panel Discussion (1 CEU)
                    Caryl Yoo, OSSWA/Cleveland Heights High School
                    Brittany Miracle, ODE
                    Genenne McDougle,Cuyahoga County Juvenile Court Intake, Mediation & Diversion Program Specialist
Jennie L. Horner, Family and Children First Council, West Regional Coordinator 44 Counties
Speaker Information:

Brittany Miracle serves as a program administrator 3 for the Office of Integrated Student Supports. She oversees programs that address the needs of the whole child, including programs for foster care students, homeless students, adjudicated youth, immigrants and English learners. Her office coordinates and supports resources for positive and safe schools, such as school-based health centers, programs related to safety, anti-bullying, mental and behavioral health, positive behavioral intervention supports (PBIS) and trauma-informed care.

Brittany earned her Bachelor’s in Social Work from Ohio University in 2008 and her Master’s in Public Administration in 2014. She works to set up supports needed to improve student attendance and school climate and is specifically interested in Ohio’s Appalachian region

Presentation outcomes and objectives:

  1. Develop common language and definitions for attendance
  2. Understand the impact of chronic absenteeism
  3. Understand effective interventions for addressing absenteeism
  4. Review Ohio’s Attendance Laws
Caryl Yoo, MSSA LSW, has been a School Social Worker at Cleveland Heights High School for the last twenty years.  She and her team of school social workers in the district have been implementing the interventions, documentation and follow up necessary to meet the requirements of House Bill 420 for the last two years.  She is also the Program Director for OSSWA and has been an active participant on the board in leadership positions for over a decade.
Jennie Horner, Family and Children First Council
•       Guide the development of state policies and procedures and ensure they are implemented across state
•       Provide technical support to 44 counties
•       Planning and implementing of programs and activities
•       Provide Professional trainings that are trauma informed, multisystem focused
•       Oversee statewide implementation of service coordination for multisystem youth
•       Review of annual state reports
•       Serve as a liaison between State and community organizations while building relationships among systems and agencies who serve family and children.
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