Sabrina Capoli, State Board of Education student representativeOn Thursday, Oct. 22, at 9 a.m., Sabrina Capoli, the student representative to the State Board of Education, will address NJSBA’s Virtual Workshop to provide a student’s perspective on the pandemic and the current state of education. 

As the State Board’s liaison to the student community, Sabrina will offer much-needed student insight into the journey to this point, the challenges ahead, and her future hopes.   

In addition to her role on the State Board of Education, Sabrina serves as the student body president at Seneca High School in Tabernacle, Burlington County, where she is a senior. She is a member of her school’s Anti-Defamation League and also participates in the choir and soccer team.   

The student representative to the State Board of Education is selected through the N.J. Association of Student Councils. 

The student representative serves as the State Board’s liaison to the student community, serving 12 months as a non-voting member at the board’s public meetings. The student representative also makes a presentation to the board at each public meeting. 

In addition to Sabrina’s presentation, Workshop 2020 will feature keynotes by Anna Maria Chavez, National School Boards Association executive director, and New Jersey Interim Commissioner of Education Kevin Dehmer, as well as the annual Legislative Update session with an impressive roster of lawmakers, and over 100 training and information sessions.

About NJSBA’s Virtual Workshop 2020  NJSBA’s Virtual Workshop 2020 will offer multiple tracks of live training  over three full days, an interactive exhibit floor, and exciting special events. 

365-Days of Conference Access for the Entire Team  NJSBA’s Virtual Workshop sessions will be available to watch on demand for a full year. Registrants may also access the virtual exhibit floor and all of the conference resources. Think of it as a full catalog of 100-plus hours of on demand training for the entire team, including school board members, superintendents, school business administrators, IT staff, facilities managers, curriculum directors, and other district staff. 

Affordability/Registration To make training accessible to more members of the district, NJSBA is offering a special group rate of $900 for up to 25 team members. That’s only $36 per person. The individual member rate is $199 per person. School business administrators must handle registration for their districts. Review the registration instructions before starting. 

To learn more, visit https://virtualworkshop.njsba.org/. 

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