EVENT DETAILS

2015 Restraint & Seclusion Training and 9th Annual Federal & State Law Update
Starting 5/7/2015 at 8:30 AM and ending on 5/8/2015 at 4:15 PM
Event Groups:
• KSBA - KSBA Events
Description:

These Conferences are now closed.  You may still register on-site if you wish to attend either of them.  Please let Jolene Shearer know if you will be registering more than 1 person on-site so that we will have enough packets for everyone.

FOR THE FIRST TIME TOGETHER
Restraint & Seclusion Training – May 7, 2015
9th Annual Federal & State Law Update: Impact on Your School District – May 8, 2015

 

Join KSBA’s experienced staff for a session that will provide you with the latest in federal and Kentucky legislation, regulation, case law, U.S. Office of Civil Rights opinions, Kentucky Attorney General opin­ions and policy and procedures update preview.

Hotel Information:
Embassy Suites
1801 Newtown Pike
Lexington, KY 40511
(859) 455-5000 or 1-800-EMBASSY

We have a block of rooms at the Embassy Suites at the rate of $139.95 for May 7. You must make your reservation before April 7 and identify yourself as a member of the Kentucky School Boards Association group to get this rate.

The Restraint and Seclusion Regulation: What You Need to Know About Practical Implementation and Documentation
May 7, 2015

Get your questions about the restraint and seclusion requirements answered by an experienced school law attorney, Teresa T. Combs.

Kentucky public school personnel, including contractors who perform work typically performed by employees directly employed by the school district, are required by 704 KAR 7:160 to re­ceive annual training on the restraint and seclusion regulation and related district policy and procedure.

This training will flesh out the Kentucky statutes that are cited in the regulation about the type of property damage and dis­ruption for which students can be restrained, etc.

Administrators will get the information they need to train district staff on prudent implementation and documentation regarding the restraint and seclusion regulation.

Topics:
• When can staff physically restrain/seclude students?
• The meaning of references to KRS Chapter 503 in the Restraint and Seclusion Regulation
• Documenting the incident
• The debriefing session
• The complaint process
• KSBA model policy and procedure

Presenters:
Teresa T. Combs
KSBA Director of Legal and Administrative Training

KSBA Policy Staff

Registration:
12:30 p.m.

Session:
1 p.m. – 4:15 pm

No cancellations allowed, but substitutions may be made.

Pricing (per district):
First three people registered—$140 per person*
Fourth + people registered—$100 per person

* Please note that all online registrations will be at the $140 registration fee. Pricing will be adjusted after the conference and will be correct on the invoices.

KSBA’S 9th Annual Federal & State Law Update: Impact on Your School District
MAY 8, 2015

New law must be implemented when it becomes effective. Don’t miss this vital update of federal and state legal changes that will af­fect school district management next school year.

It is crucial that staff be aware of legal changes and hot liability topics. This conference covers new law and current hot topics.

Topics:
• New law from the 2015 Kentucky legislative session
• Federal and state regulation update
• Annual policy and procedure update preview
• Highlights from new case law and from attorney general opinions
• Juvenile Justice Reform update
• Office of Civil Rights update
• Addressing Angry People

Registration:
8 a.m.

Session:
8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Lunch is included in the registration price

Fee: $200

Presenters:
Teresa T. Combs
KSBA Director of Legal and Administrative Training

Hope McLaughlin
KSBA Director of Governmental Relations

John Fogle III
KSBA Staff Attorney

KSBA Policy Staff

Guest Speakers

From the Kentucky Center for School Safety

John Akers, Director

Don Martin, Training Coordinator

Location:

Embassy Suites, Lexington, Kentucky
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