The National Conference on Bullying hosted by the School Safety Advocacy Council and presented in partnership with the Florida Association of School Administrators and the Florida Association of School Resource Officers will be held February 24-27, 2015 at the beautiful Rosen Centre Hotel, International Drive in Orlando, Florida. This national conference is the largest of its kind and brings together educators, law enforcement officials, and community representatives to raise awareness and provide valuable information on the issues surrounding bullying. The National Conference on Bullying will focus on evidence-based strategies and solutions as well as national best practices for preventing bullying and building safe, caring schools, and communities. The National Conference on Bullying is a must attend professional development event for any practitioner dealing with youth on any level.
LOCATION OF THE CONFERENCE
The 2015 National Conference on Bullying will be held at:
Rosen Centre Hotel, International Drive-Orlando, FL
Special rate is $149 per night excluding taxes. You must mention the National Conference on Bullying when booking directly with the hotel to receive this special rate with no resort fee and complimentary self-parking.
Rosen Centre Hotel
9840 International Dr.
Orlando, FL 32819
To book your room at the Rosen Centre Hotel on International Drive, please call 800-204-7234 or click here. Book your room early as the resort will sell out!
Rosen Centre Hotel is in convenient walking distance of many of International Drive’s favorite attractions. For those destinations a little further out, the I-RIDE Trolley transports Orlando visitors up and down this bustling strip.Make your Orlando vacation or convention trip unforgettable by staying at the hotel that’s In the center of it all- the Rosen Centre Hotel. Our luxurious accommodations and superior service combined with our excellent location will ensure you get the most out of your stay in Orlando.
Early Reg (before 12/12/14) $425
Regular Reg (after 12/12/14) $450
Early Multiple Reg Discount (5 or more reg at same time before 12/12/143) $375
Regular Multiple Reg Discount (5 or more reg at same time after 12/12/14) $400
EXPAND YOUR BUSINESS AT THE LARGEST EVENT DEDICATED TO ANTI-BULLYING
Do not miss the Nation’s most comprehensive conference dedicated to bullying. Well over 500 attendees are expected to attend this event at the Rosen Centre Hotel in Orlando. Prize Drawings, our new Mystery Vendor and Attendee Breaks will no doubt maximize your attendee contact hours. Don’t miss this opportunity.
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EXHIBIT FEES & INFORMATION
8 x 10 Draped Booth $900.00
8 x 10 Draped Booth $700.00 (Before 12/12/14)
(Cancellation fees apply - see online policy)
(Includes (1) Table, (2) chairs, (2) full conference registration and contact information in the published conference brochure)
1pm-5pm - Registration-Set up
7:30am-5pm Hall Open / Refreshments
7:30am-5pm Hall Open / Refreshments
5pm-7pm Exhibitor Breakdown
Keynote Sessions by Nationally Recognized Authors and Speakers
Franklin Schargel - “Bullying - What Schools, Parents & Students Can Do”
Franklin is an internationally recognized speaker and author who has presented over 200 workshops to the educational, community, and business groups throughout the United States, Europe, Canada, and Latin America. He is a former inner-city classroom teacher, counselor and school administrator. He was nominated for the Brock International Prize in Education for “demonstrating clear evidence of success in dropout prevention and for retaining students in alternative education environments.“ His latest book, is “Creating Safe Schools: A Guide For School Leaders, Teachers, Counselors and Parents”.
Mr. John P. Halligan - ”Ryan’s Story” - “Bullying, Technology & Teen Depression”
John has been outspoken about the need for more education and prevention of bullying, cyber-bullying, and teen suicide throughout the U.S., Canada, and Latin America. He will share his son’s life story and the lessons learned by all those who were a part of Ryan’s life. John and Kelly Halligan lost their thirteen year old son, Ryan, to suicide on October 7, 2003. At the time of his death, Ryan was a student at a middle school in Essex Junction, Vermont. It was revealed in much greater detail after Ryan’s death that he was ridiculed and humiliated by peers at school and on-line. In memory of his son, John spearheaded the Vermont Bully Prevention bill which was signed into law (ACT 117) in May 2004 and only a few months after Ryan’s death. He also successfully led the passage of the law pertaining to mandatory suicide prevention education in public schools (ACT 114) in April 2006. His son’s story and his accomplishments in response to this tragedy have been told world-wide by print, radio and TV. His son’s website is www.Ryansstory.org.
Vanessa Snow - Legal Update on Bullying Litigation - "How not to get yourself successfully sued"
Vanessa Snow serves as the General Counsel for the School Safety Advocacy Council and has over 19 years Law Enforcement Command and Legal Experience. Ms. Snow is a Graduate of the FBI Academy and has served with the FBI in numerous capacities in the West Palm Beach, FL office. Vanessa currently serves as a Police Major with the Riviera Beach Police Department in Florida and has traveled extensively speaking on Terrorism, School Safety and School Bullying Liability to Schools.
In addition to these outstanding keynote speakers, the Nation's Largest Conference focused on Bullying will feature over 30 breakout sessions, a Large Exhibit Hall with products and services to reduce bullying and fun and exciting networking receptions hosted poolside, with live entertainment, drinks and eats and learning.......
Florida Association of School Resource Officers (FASRO)
Florida Association of School Administrators (FASA)
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