December 7, 2020

Past Events

Here are some of our recent events:

The Whole Student Experience: It's Not Only Academics

Thursday, March 4th from 10AM - 11AM • Webinar

Passport For Good is proud to present this interactive webinar featuring guests from Arkport Central School District to discuss the tremendous impact student activities have on SEL, and how to innovate in today’s challenging school environment.

This insightful conversation will include:

  • Participation in activities are cornerstone of student success
    How do we measure non-traditional participation in clubs & groups
  • The importance of setting measurable and attainable goals for students
  • Making better school decisions based on usable data

Stengthening Student Connectedness:
An Interview with retired Superintendent David Gamberg

Tuesday, February 23rd from 10AM - 11AM • Webinar

Passport For Good is proud to present this webinar featuring retired Superintendent David Gamberg who will discuss the importance of student connectedness in and outside of the classroom throughout a child’s educational career. 

This valuable discussion will touch on the following topics:

  • What can we do to support school members when isolation is at an all-time high in our communities?
  • How can administrators create opportunities for students to express themselves during this challenging time?
  • Why is recognizing students’ academic growth an important factor in building lifelong confidence?
  • How can we implement the lessons we have learned during the pandemic to improve student outcomes?

SEL & Student Equity: How Are We Addressing & Measuring This Today?

Tuesday, January 26th from 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. • Webinar

Join NERIC and Passport For Good as we share how schools can support and analyze student engagement in real time, positively supporting SEL. By identifying, recognizing and celebrating students’ activities, accomplishments, and unique interests, schools can empower the fundamentals of student equity. Attendees of this webinar will recieve 2 Hours CTLE credit.

This valuable discussion will touch on the following topics:

  • How do you recognize student equity?
  • How do you celebrate your students’ success?
  • What can you do to support students “new normal”?
  • Why is aiding positive mental health important?

SEL & Student Equity: How Are We Addressing & Measuring This Today?

Thursday, December 17th from 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. • Webinar

Passport For Good is proud to present a conversation with celebrated Superintendent Dr. Michael Hynes who will discuss the importance of nurturing & empowering student engagement in these challenging times.

This valuable discussion will touch on the following topics:

  • How do you recognize student equity?
  • How do you celebrate your students’ success?
  • How do you support students “new normal”?
  • How do you foster positive mental health?

About Dr. Michael Hynes
Dr. Michael Hynes works as the Superintendent of the Port Washington Union Free School District in New York. He is a Fulbright Specialist and an associate professor of education and leadership at Stony Brook University and Long Island University. Author of the book Staying Grounded, his mission is to spread the message of the importance of a holistic approach to educating children around the world. He emphasizes the importance of play, recess in schools, mental health and yoga and mindfulness in the classroom. Dr. Hynes is a former assistant superintendent, principal and teacher.

Rockland BOCES EdTech Meet & Greet 2020​

Wednesday, December 16th from 1:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. • Virtual Booth

Rockland BOCES held an online Meet & Greet to connect educators to Ed Tech vendors. Passport For Good was proud to host a virtual booth at this event. 

SEL Has a Voice. Are You Listening?
Recognizing, Measuring & Celebrating Student Equity in Today’s Environment

Tuesday, December 15 from 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. • Webinar

Join WNYRIC and Passport For Good as we share how schools can support and analyze student engagement in real time, positively supporting SEL. By identifying, recognizing and celebrating students’ activities, accomplishments, and unique interests, schools can empower the fundamentals of student equity.

This valuable discussion will touch on the following topics:

  • How do you recognize student equity?
  • How do you celebrate your students’ success?
  • What can you do to support students “new normal”?
  • Why is aiding positive mental health important?

SEL Has a Voice. Are You Listening?
Recognizing, Measuring & Celebrating Student Equity in Today’s Environment

Thursday, December 10 from 9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. • Webinar

Join LHRIC and Passport For Good as we share how schools can support and analyze student engagement in real time, positively supporting SEL. By identifying, recognizing and celebrating students’ activities, accomplishments, and unique interests, schools can empower the fundamentals of student equity.

This valuable discussion will touch on the following topics:

  • How do you recognize student equity?
  • How do you celebrate your students’ success?
  • What can you do to support students “new normal”?
  • Why is aiding positive mental health important?

SEL Has a Voice. Are You Listening?
Recognizing, Measuring & Celebrating Student Equity in Today’s Environment

Thursday, December 3 from 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. • Webinar

Join ESBOCES and Passport For Good as we share how schools can support and analyze student engagement in real time, positively supporting SEL. By identifying, recognizing and celebrating students’ activities, accomplishments, and unique interests, schools can empower the fundamentals of student equity.

This valuable discussion will touch on the following topics:

  • How do you recognize student equity?
  • How do you celebrate your students’ success?
  • What can you do to support students “new normal”?
  • Why is aiding positive mental health important?

School's Open, Now What?
Addressing Educator's Top Reopening Concern

Wednesday, October 7 at 3:30 p.m. • Webinar

This school year presents unique challenges for districts across the state. Join us for an informative webinar School’s Open, Now What? – Addressing Educator’s Top Reopening Concerns.

This webinar will discuss how to:

  • Support students’ mental health this school year.
  • Reconnect and stay connected with students.
  • Effectively run extracurricular activities in a remote or hybrid environment.
  • Help students build their portfolio and identify skills acquired through project-based learning.