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Talking to Kids about Racial Issues and Tragedy

Current events, including the senseless death of George Floyd, have once again focused attention on the impact that racism has on all of us, our families and our communities. In response, many students and members of our community are feeling anger, fear and the need to be heard. We also recognize how difficult this topic may be for families to discuss with their children. To support you in these discussions we have compiled some current, beneficial resources for your reference.

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Coronavirus and Flu Resources

Flu and Coronavirus Resources

Coronavirus

Resources for School Communication Leaders

As information regarding the Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) continues to evolve, it is important that we continue to share information with staff, students, parents, and the larger school community. 

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March PenSPRA Symposium Rescheduled for Fall 2020

Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, the Annual PenSPRA Symposium is being rescheduled to October 1 and 2, 2020. More +

Congratulations to PenSPRA's Immediate Past President and This Year’s NSPRA Front-Runner: Angela Linch

Angela Linch is one of only four school communications professionals nationwide to be named as an NSPRA Front-Runner!  More +

PA School Start Times Study Resolution Report Released by the Joint State Government Commission

The Joint State Government Commission  established an advisory committee to conduct a study of issues, benefits and options related to instituting a later start time to the school day in secondary schools. More +

Upcoming Events

Oct
1

PenSPRA Annual Symposium

Thu Oct 1 2020
to Fri Oct 2 2020

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