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NHDOE COVID-19 Update with Education Leaders
Grant.D.Bosse
29:58
Not started yet. We should have Title I sample activities posted this afternoon.
Tina McCoy
30:10
:)
chrislocal
30:18
we can hear now
Staff principal
30:29
😁
Dr C
31:28
extended till when?
talbayer
32:01
I just signed in I missed the beginning about state of emergency declaration. Can you please repeat?
lalibertet
35:50
Can you please share if the DOE's guidelines have a range of learning per day for developmental levels and what are they?
Lisa A. Witte
37:40
What will the guidance document re: length of school year include?
Lisa A. Witte
39:07
never mind - I see it just arrived
billlupini
39:25
The suicide prevention legislation required that each school district have a plan, approved by the Board, in place by May 30th. Will this deadline be extended?
Allyn Hutton
40:48
We had been preparing paper based lessons for some of younger learners and sending those home. The question has been raised if the COVID19 virus can be spread via these papers? so...should the practice be stopped?
Andrea
41:17
Can unreturned trip fees be submitted as COVID related costs?
Grant.D.Bosse
41:56
School nutrition grant https://covid-19.genyouthnow.org/
Grant.D.Bosse
42:13
Up to $3,000 per school building. Each school must apply separately.
Grant.D.Bosse
42:56
COVID HelpDesk on paper materials https://nhdoepm.atlassian.net/servicedesk/customer/portal/16/topic/6135ec70-9264-449c-ba57-5a007d592923/article/387121181
Christy Whipple
43:13
Wednesday Friday please
adiorio
43:16
Mon- Wed
billlupini
43:18
Do not change the day of the week!
areed
43:22
Wed- Fir
matora
43:24
Wed/Fri
Kate Segal
43:24
As we continue to ask what can we do to support our students, it is important to ask what can we do to support our teachers. New Hampshire teachers, public and private, are extraordinary and loved by their school families. I feel that we as administrators need to give them permission to unplug over the weekend.
Patty Haynes
43:25
Wed/Fri works
Darrell Lockwood
43:26
Please stay with the days we have.
John Freeman
43:30
Mon / Thurs
Shelly Fagen
43:31
Mon- Wed, please
supt.ambrose
43:38
Monday Wednesday please
Andra Hall
43:43
special ed meets on Tuesday and Thursday
Valerie Carey
43:47
Keep Wednesday and either Monday or Friday
Susan
43:52
Mon-Weds
Capital Christian1
43:54
Tues/Thurs works
William Rearick
43:59
Wed-Fri
Kim Carter
44:23
Has there been guidance released about background checks?
mcroteau
44:26
Mon/Wed or Wed/Fri work other calls on Tue/Thur
John Fauci
44:27
Mon. & Wed. Please
Tony Polito
44:40
Charter on Tuesday but we could move
Grant.D.Bosse
45:17
Titel guidance should be posted shortly. Examples should be up later this afternoon.
Ashley Frame
45:31
Thanks, Grant!
Capital Christian1
45:53
Mon/Wed is okay
pcouture
46:03
Any news from Diana Fenton relating to the NEA/MOU other than Code of conduct guidance
Cory LeClair
46:13
The food service grant link was not live and we cannot copy and paste it.
Grant.D.Bosse
47:05
CAST Webinar “How to Zoom Safely” 3pm https://www.learningdesigned.org/resource/how-zoom-safely-tips-using-zoom-remote-learning
rvaughn
47:38
Has Zoom (free version) signed the DPA?
Caitlin Davis
47:40
 Best Security Practices when using Google Meetings and Google Classroom for a Successful Remote Learning Program Tuesday, April 7, 2020, 1:30pm - 2:30pm: Register at: HYPERLINK "https://urldefense.com/v3/__https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7566298468630043148__;!!Oai6dtTQULp8Sw!AEKt8T92PE33fTsJTtWQjNQqIsG1jF3MJ-PWXP7ZozNkRPV2BD-KAz2XLirTHch97s75cw$" https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7566298468630043148
billlupini
47:42
Will we receive any guidance on the MOAs being proposed by NEA in many of our districts?
Garth McKinney
47:45
where will today's guidance document be posted?
rvaughn
47:47
It's Google Meet, not Hangouts
Grant.D.Bosse
48:22
OSEW Is hosting the following guest lecturer series next week on Facebook Live (https://www.facebook.com/NHStudentWellness/). The Afternoon Bell: Guest Lecturer Series will feature the following:4/6/20 – 3:00-3:30Dr. Cassie Yackley, Behavioral Health Improvement Institute 4/7/20 – 3:00-3:30Laura Porter, ACE InterfaceWhen Behavior is not about Choice4/9/20 – 3:00-3:30TBD4/10/20 – 3:00-3:30Dr. Richard Weissbourd, Harvard Graduate School of EducationKeeping students active and engaged to reduce anxiety and feel connected in this time of change and uncertainty
Sarah S
48:28
we use both hangouts and meet
Grant.D.Bosse
49:27
Emergency Child Care http://nh.childcareaware.org/early-childhood-and-afterschool-providers-available-for-temporary-emergency-child-care/
Kim Carter
50:30
Are older high schools eligible for the child care assistance?
Kim Carter
50:38
To provide it, I mean
Grant.D.Bosse
50:52
NH PBS Learn At Home Portal HYPERLINK "https://urldefense.com/v3/__http:/www.nhpbs.org/learnathome__;!!Oai6dtTQULp8Sw!CjwXxY95MaqcNgUDWgmnuyViDcsgknfGOi1k2RX1_bhOEJOVUE-BA9Vy6MIjKsGLXJMR$" nhpbs.org/learnathome
Grant.D.Bosse
51:11
https://nhpbs.org/learnathome/
Ashley Frame
51:44
They will be posted soon!
Jane
52:08
Will the state board of education be meeting this month as scheduled?
David Ryan
52:34
Commissioner - can you work with NHRS to relax the number of hours our retirees can work before jeopardizing their retirement income? We could use their services for additional instructional support now and through the summer and their additional hours would be very helpful.
Grant.D.Bosse
54:57
COVID HelpDesk on paper materials https://nhdoepm.atlassian.net/servicedesk/customer/portal/16/topic/6135ec70-9264-449c-ba57-5a007d592923/article/387121181
Grant.D.Bosse
56:21
A marathon, not a sprint https://www.education.nh.gov/news/remote-learning-parents-and-teachers-should-prep-marathon-not-sprint
rvaughn
56:40
Has there been any shift in the April 15 deadline for teacher notification?
Becky Forrestall
57:22
When you are speaking to stakeholders regarding the 3 tiers of special education support/services moving forward, could you please try and reinforce the message that compensatory education/services are not an “automatic” , and that these decisions will be made through team meetings after we are back in our buildings?
Becky Forrestall
57:44
I think some families are hearing a very different message in regards to compensatory education processes.
Kim Carter
58:15
Agree background checks are appropriate and very desirable. Trick is getting the fingerprints done. Maybe do state records checks in the meantime?
Beth McClure
59:24
Has guidance on the 4:1 model been developed to determine whether a day of office hours and catch-up for students would count as a 5-day week?
Grant.D.Bosse
59:49
Guidance Documents https://www.education.nh.gov/who-we-are/commissioner/covid-19
Meryl Levin
01:00:51
Grant can you post the Zoom call recorded the other day? It was full when I got there.
Darrell Lockwood
01:00:53
NHRS released guidance on March 17th. Hours during duration of the state of emergency will not count toward the annual limits on retiree work hours. See NHRS release from March 17th.
supt.ambrose
01:01:00
I make dad jokes too..
Grant.D.Bosse
01:01:49
Audio of April 1 call https://zoom.us/rec/play/tMZ-crr-rzw3EtCTuQSDU6QrW9TsLP-sgydK86IMnUuxAiQDZAf3MrtGMOED4chTkn1pxR70rtrcTLVM?continueMode=true&_x_zm_rtaid=CdBqluwARICT7hOE1yxNtQ.1585842958422.f1ed0b83ab729d71b488ad1b01002b17&_x_zm_rhtaid=339
Kristin Franklin
01:01:57
NHRS has announced that waiver already
Erin Hagerty
01:02:01
Have many districts gone to the pass/fail grading model?
Grant.D.Bosse
01:02:06
Past calls are posted at https://www.education.nh.gov/who-we-are/commissioner/covid-19
pcouture
01:02:40
We are going to pass/fail for the 4th marking quarter
pcouture
01:03:09
Pass/fail for high school
Bruce Beasley
01:03:29
Have Praxis and Reading tests for certification been waived? If so would this also apply to someone that actually completed their coursework 5 years ago but never pursued their certification?
Kristin Franklin
01:03:44
Re NHRS retirees, see March 20 press release at https://www.nhrs.org/read-more
Steve
01:03:54
Bruce- lets discuss offline. I will call you.
Meryl Levin
01:04:24
Thank you Grant!
Valerie Carey
01:04:34
When will we have the guidance document?
Ronna Cadarette
01:04:35
Steve,
Ronna Cadarette
01:04:48
I would like Praxis specifics, too
Marie D'Agostino
01:05:01
For Immediate Release: March 17, 2020Contact: info@nhrs.orgNotice to participating employers: Retiree employment during state of emergencyConcord, NH – The statute governing the New Hampshire Retirement System, RSA 100-A, contains several provisions governing part-time, post-retirement employment of retirees by NHRS-participating employers.RSA 100-A:7-b states that the annual limitations on part-time employment “excludes any hours worked during an emergency,” which the statute defines as “any event declared by the governor or while working under the direction of the director of the Division of Forests and Lands during woodland fire control.”Gov. Sununu declared a state of emergency in New Hampshire effective at 5:15 p.m. on Friday, March 13, 2020. As a result, any hours worked by NHRS retirees for a participating employer for the duration of this state of emergency will not count toward the annual limits on retiree work hours.Although annual reporting of hours worked in calendar year 2020 will
Grant.D.Bosse
01:05:03
Update on CARE ACT and ESSA funding https://www.education.nh.gov/who-we-are/commissioner/covid-19
Grant.D.Bosse
01:05:10
Examples should be up in a few hours.
Andrea
01:05:11
We are NOT going to pass/fail
Diane
01:05:35
sorry just joined. where are the calls posted and Will the non-public call recordings be posted?
Steve
01:05:58
As there are many different Praxis testing options and scenarios I can call you this afternoon Ronna.
Grant.D.Bosse
01:06:41
Past call posted here https://www.education.nh.gov/who-we-are/commissioner/covid-19
Steve
01:07:02
stephen.appleby@doe.nh.gov 603-271-2408 for licensure issues. thanks!
Janet Reed
01:07:13
Credentialing has been great to work with around Alt 4 & 5. Greatly appreciated
Mike Cronin
01:07:22
Appreciate the communications and DOE efforts
Meryl Levin
01:07:25
Thanks for a very informative week!
kstaines
01:07:27
Thank you, Frank