So Now That You Walked Out What Has Changed

Mar
30
2018

  I write these personal thoughts. Obviously, these thoughts are impacted by my chosen vocation of professional education. Thousands of schools across the country had to navigate the waters of disruption this week. The National School Walkout Sponsored by the Women’s March was held on March 14th. Some schools embraced it, … Continue Reading →

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Building Partnerships for Success

Jan
05
2018

“Our company is fully aware of the many challenges facing schools today—not only on the educational side but also the financial limits they face each year. Partnering with HH Education Events was a natural fit for us to help support these events to assist schools and their staff to stay … Continue Reading →

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The Perfect Gift

Dec
17
2017

  If you are looking for the perfect gift I have found it. You should consider giving it too. This is an excerpt from a letter that I received from the Slippery Rock University Foundation. This year, more than ever, scholarships are making a difference for students at Slippery Rock … Continue Reading →

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Building Partnerships for Success 2017

Dec
10
2017

As another year comes to an end I would like to send special thanks and recognition to the organizations and people who have made a positive difference in education for teachers, administrators and students. During 2017, we were able to offer events for educators on the topics: How Prepared are … Continue Reading →

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Thankful for 2017

Nov
19
2017

Just want to wish you a Happy Thanksgiving. As I reflect on the past year I realize I have much to be thankful for. From my professional perspective I want to thank you for your support of this year’s events. The response was tremendous, extremely positive and rewarding.  I have … Continue Reading →

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Seminar Tackles Autism and Suicide in Youths

Oct
29
2017

  BY LUGENE PEZZUTO NEW CASTLE NEWS Two powerful subjects — autism and suicide —were addressed during an event at Geneva College, and planned by an educator and medical professional from Lawrence County. The topic was “The Impact of Mental Health Issues in Schools. Last year, discussions centered on ADHD … Continue Reading →

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Information about Suicide with Children

Sep
25
2017

  Did you know: Suicide is the second leading cause of death for ages 10-24 Each day in our nation, there are an average of 5,240 attempts by young people grades 7-12 Four out of five teens who attempt suicide have given clear warning signals One out of six students … Continue Reading →

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Facts about Autism

Sep
13
2017

Did you know: Autism now affects 1 in 68 children and 1 in 42 boys Autism prevalence figures are growing Autism is one of the fastest-growing developmental disorders in the U.S. Autism costs a family $60,000 a year on average Boys are nearly five times more likely than girls to … Continue Reading →

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Something Parents and Educators need to Remember

Aug
19
2017

I feel the need to write this. For example, there are boys and girls that nobody invites to birthdays, play dates or sleep overs. There are special needs kids who still want to play and belong to a team but are never selected because it is more important to win. … Continue Reading →

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An Outstanding Workshop for Educators

Jul
24
2017

  I am pleased to announce that Bernie Hoffman will be holding a Town Hall Meeting on August 7, 2017, at Slippery Rock University. I would like to thank Dr. Keith Dils, Dean of the College of Education at Slippery Rock University and Bryan and Kevin Clark of Clark’s Studio … Continue Reading →

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