The Morris County School Boards Association heard important updates at its Oct. 5 meeting at Mountain Lakes High School in Mountain Lakes.
Attendees were treated to a performance by the Mountain Lakes High School Chamber Orchestra, under the direction of Orchestra Director Theresa Kemp Hill, prior to the meeting.
Dr. Suzi Millar, program director, Rutgers University Behavioral Health Care; and Dahiana Grisales, a licensed clinical social worker and member of the Dover Board of Education, delivered a presentation titled “Trauma-Informed School Communities.”
They also heard an important update from Lauren Cuervo, lead director, strategic development at the New Jersey School Boards Association, who updated members on Workshop 2023, which will be Oct. 23-26 in Atlantic City. Irene LeFebvre, immediate past president of the NJSBA, greeted attendees on behalf of the Association’s officers.
Paul Breda a board of directors delegate with NJSBA, provided an update; and Charlene Peterson, a field service representative at NJSBA, delivered a field service report to members.
A variety of other important business was also carried out at the meeting.