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Faculty and staff engaged in a half day of professional development on Friday, learning a variety of new instructional resources, discussing restorative justice and participating in grade level and department meetings.

In total, 25 sessions were offered to staff with a mix of in-person, virtual, and asynchronous selections.

“I would like to thank each of our presenters for leading these valuable professional development sessions,” said Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction James McHugh. “A significant challenge in planning for these days is the fact that the district operates on five different bell schedules. There were six different offerings related to Renaissance Star, which is our new universal screening tool, two offerings related to Restorative Practices; one which was provided by Jon S. Rice from the NYS Office of Mental Health and the other provided from Mediation Matters, and a few technology selections provided by Model Schools through Questar III.”