Attending to the health and wellness of educators as the school year starts

Presenters: Laura Summers, Jane Santa Cruz, Heather Petruzzini, & Shannon Kersey

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Educators are entering a school year like no other, committed to teaching amidst a global pandemic, social unrest, and remote or hybrid learning environments. This webinar will feature several practitioners who will share their approaches and strategies for supporting educators’ health and wellness. Participants of this webinar will: Hear from panelists about their efforts to ensure the SEL needs of educators are being met as we begin the school year; See a variety of approaches, strategies, and resources to support educators’ health and mental health; and Have an opportunity to ask questions of the panelists.

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Laura Summers, Program Leader and Clinical Asst. Professor, University of Colorado Denver

Jane Santa Cruz, SEL Project Manager, Dallas Independent School District

Heather Petruzzini, Principal, Mary E. Cunningham Elementary

Shannon Kersey, Principal, Alpharetta High School

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