8:30 am Registration
9:00 am Product Opinion: Kensington is interested in your opinion! Please spend time with Kensington and
learn how to be involved with our informal, free trading samples for advice program. We build our charging, security, protection, and presenting products for schools only one way - based upon what you tell us when you use, abuse, break and opine about our products. We would like to provide your district with anything from headphones and locks and mice and wireless presenters to charging stations and Sit-Stand and USB docking stations for free. No strings attached and we don't want the product back, we only want your opinion.
10:00 am Digital Storage - Learn common document management practices among school offices and
how to jump-start YOUR PAPERLESS project including best practices, what to look for in a solution, where to get started and benefits within various departments – Human Resources, Special Ed, Accounting and anything else you bring to the table. We will be joined by a document management user who can answer any questions and provide insight on their experience with paperless solutions. Adequate time will be allocated for Q&A and experience sharing.
OfficeScope, located in Hopkinton, MA, was created to meet the need to manage documents for School Districts head-on. The education team, dedicated to modernize school offices with innovative filing processes, helps create new procedures and implement better processes.
11:30 am Lunch - sponsored by Kensington
12:30 pm Student Data Privacy: Updates and Best Practices - This interactive session will provide you with a solid understanding of
— and how to comply with — relevant federal and Connecticut laws protecting student data privacy, especially PA 16-189 and recent updates. You will come away with a list of tools and resources the State offers to help streamline your compliance efforts. Finally, gain insights from a fellow K – 12 leader on how she has led her district to adopt best practices across all aspects of training, compliance, and communications regarding student data privacy.
Presenters: Nancy Byrnes, Director of Information Technology, Fairfield Public Schools; Doug Casey, Executive Director, Connecticut Commission for Educational Technology; and Ben FrazziniKendrick, Privacy and Cybersecurity Attorney, Locke Lord LLP.
2:00 pm Conclude