Please be aware that Massachusetts law requires all staff to complete mandatory restraint and conflict of interest training. The mandatory training is now available online for all staff. To be in compliance, each employee must go through mandatory training this year.
To do the mandatory training:1. Go to www.wellesleyps.org
2. Click Faculty Menu -> Mandatory Training3. Complete all 5 training modules: Civil Rights/Teacher Responsibility, Medical Emergencies, Head Injury/Concussion, Restraint & Seclusion,
and Conflict of Interest
4. Take the 2 associated assessments for Restraint & Seclusion
and Conflict of Interest.
a. Your Restraint training assessment results will be emailed to you.b. You will fill out and print the Conflict of Interest certification at the completion of the assessment.c. Print each assessment/certification.5. Fill in the Validation Form
to record date of completion of each training module.6. Send the printed assessments/certifications to your school/department office secretaryIf you have any questions, please contact Val Spruill at extension 5603 or email@example.com Friends of Wellesley METCO is Seeking Marathon Runners
Friends of Wellesley METCO (FWMI) is looking for people who might be interested in running the Boston Marathon in 2016 and raising funds for FWMI. They would love to have runners from within the school system. They don’t know exactly how many entries they will have this year, but if you have interest or know someone who does, feel free to contact FWMI board member Tim Raeke at 781-801-4345 or firstname.lastname@example.org
. He can send you all the details of what it entails. For more info on FWMI, here is a link: http://www.friendsofwellesleymetco.org/Friends_of_Wellesley_METCO/Welcome.htmlREADY FOR RETIREMENT SEMINARSFor members retiring in 2016
The MTRS staff will be presenting their popular seminar, “Ready for Retirement,” across the Commonwealth in November and December. “Ready for Retirement” is a free, optional, two-hour program (4-6 p.m.) designed for members retiring in 2016. They’re reaching out to soon-to-be retirees before theretirement season starts so that when you begin the application process, you will know just what you need to do and when.Topics include:· the retirement application process and the benefit calculation formula,· timelines and service expectations,· first payment information,· health insurance, tax and working after retirement issues, and· cost-of-living adjustments after you retire.Please note: Personalized account information and pension estimates are not offered during these sessions.
To attend, simply choose the date and location that is best for you, and then register online
. We hope to see you soon!Program schedule:NORTHAMPTON
, Tuesday, November 17; Northampton High School auditoriumSOUTH YARMOUTH
, Thursday, November 19; Dennis-Yarmouth Regional High School auditoriumHANOVER
, Monday, November 23; Hanover High School auditoriumCAMBRIDGE
, Thursday, December 3; MTRS Cambridge Office, Presentation Room PROGRAM FULLBEVERLY
, Monday, December 7; Beverly High School auditorium