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Student Wellness Series

Webinars on Student Mental Health Issues

Student Wellness Series: Holiday Blues

While the holiday season typically brings feelings of joy, this time of year can be difficult for many. In this webinar from our Student Wellness Series, you’ll learn about causes of holiday blues and coping mechanisms, hear how one superintendent keeps students safe during the holidays, and see examples of struggling students who were identified by Gaggle so they could get the support they needed.

Meet the Presenters

Dr. Christine Burton
Dr. Christine Burton

After becoming superintendent in 2015, two successful referendums allowed the district to develop innovative spaces in all of the district schools through design ideas gleaned through visits to Google. Dr. Burton is working to redefine the goals of education, the learning environment, and the role of the educator as orchestrator to foster students’ engagement and empowerment in their education journey.

Dr. Lisa Strohman
Dr. Lisa Strohman

A psychologist, attorney, author, and mother, Dr. Lisa Strohman established Digital Citizen Academy to help keep families safe from online dangers. Her background working as a visiting scholar with the profiling unit at the FBI during one of the most tragic school shootings in the U.S. helped create her passion to help proactively prevent and educate students, educators, and parents on issues related to technology.

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Heather Durkac

With a focus on providing support and guidance for Gaggle educational partners, Vice President of Operations Heather Durkac oversees an award-winning Customer Service team, the vital Safety Management team, and the superb Implementation, Professional Development, and Account Management teams.

What Is Gaggle?

Content Analysis
Content Analysis
Machine learning technology flags concerning content in students’ school-issued accounts for review and blocks potentially harmful content
Expert Review
Expert Review
Gaggle helps districts see the early warning signs so they can take action to protect students from harming themselves or others—before it’s too late
Rapid Response
Rapid Response
In severe situations concerning student mental health or safety, district-appointed contacts are immediately notified by phone, even after standard business hours