first_img SHARE Email Facebook Twitter   SHARE  TWEET By: Eryn Spangler, Press Assistant Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf Wolf Administration Announces Safe Schools Plan Following Incidents of Racism in PA Schools (Round-up)center_img November 18, 2016 PennLive: Wolf Administration issues directives to help schools fight hate and racial incidentsThe administration has directed schools to contact the Pennsylvania Department of Education Safe Schools office and the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission whenever an incident of hate or intolerance takes place. State offices will dispatch counselors to the school and along with commission staff take appropriate measures to provide assistance. The Pennsylvania State Police will also play a role, monitoring threats and providing support to victims and other law enforcement agencies.York Dispatch: Wolf: Safe Schools plan developed after racist incidentsSchools throughout the state have reported increased incidents of bullying and racial harassment in the wake of the election. York County School of Technology is one local example. On Nov. 9, a video was taken of students marching through the hallway with a Donald Trump sign, while one student shouted “white power.” The video sparked outrage, and other students came forward with complaints of harassment. In response to such incidents, the administration of Gov. Tom Wolf has instructed school districts to contact the Office of Safe Schools if anything involving racism or religious intolerance occurs.Philly Voice: Wolf administration develops ‘response plan’ for schools handling racist incidentsPennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf announced his administration has developed a response plan for schools to follow during incidents involving racism or religious intolerance. The plan directs school districts to contact the Pennsylvania Department of Education’s Office of Safe Schools, which can provide school counselors, and work with the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission to determine if any additional resources are needed.CBS: Wolf Administration Responds To Racism Incidents In SchoolsSpurred by recent incidents involving racism and religious intolerance in schools, Gov. Tom Wolf’s administration released a response plan. The PA Department of Education sent a message to all superintendents in the state Thursday. It directs school districts to contact the Office of Safe Schools when an incident occurs. Also, the Wolf Administration says Pennsylvania State Police are monitoring threats and prepared to take action, if necessary.WGAL: Racist incidents prompt “safe schools” plan from governor (VIDEO) Education,  Equality,  Public Safety,  Round-Up,  The Blog Yesterday, the Wolf Administration announced a response plan for Pennsylvania schools that have been experiencing incidents of racism and religious intolerance. When an incident occurs, the administration has directed school officials to contact the Pennsylvania Department of Education Office of Safe Schools. The Office of Safe Schools can send counselors to schools and work with the Pennsylvanian Human Relations Commission to determine if additional resources are needed.“We need to fight racism and bigotry when it arises and my administration will work actively with school districts and other public institutions to stand up to intolerance,” said Governor Tom Wolf. “Our schools must be safe and open spaces where all children can learn and grow free of concerns for their physical, mental, and emotional safety.”Take a look at the coverage:last_img read more


first_imgSyracuse was moments away from victory. A third-period goal had given the Orange a 2-1 lead over Colgate and its penalty kill and defense had survived numerous Raiders opportunities.With 25 seconds left, it all unraveled.Colgate captain Annika Zalewski positioned herself directly in front of Orange netminder Abbey Miller and when a shot was sent in from the right point, it found Zalewski’s stick and she tied the game.After playing tied for most of the game, SU could not hold on to a late lead but recovered and weathered a relentless Colgate attack in overtime. Syracuse (0-4-2) tied No. 5 Colgate (5-0-1) 2-2 on the road at Class of 1965 Arena in Hamilton, New York.Heather Schwarz tallied her first goal of the season to open the scoring in the first period. Almost six minutes later Colgate evened the score on a power-play goal from Laruen Wildfang.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textNeither Syracuse nor Colgate could break through in the second period as both goaltenders, Miller and Julia Vandyk registered solid performances in net. Miller recorded 35 saves, a new career high, breaking her previous record of 23 set last weekend against Northeastern.The third period started even between both teams until finally with 6:33 left in the game Stephanie Grossi gave SU the lead, 2-1. Grossi is the only Orange player whose scored multiple goals this year.Colgate ramped up the pressure as the clock ran down, eventually drawing a cross-checking call on Emily Costales with 1:01 left in regulation.Zalewski tied it 36 seconds later.Syracuse was able to survive a Colgate power play in overtime thanks to a penalty kill that has allowed only six goals on 43 attempts.Colgate was the benefactor of 10 power plays, converting on two. Syracuse’s power play woes continued as it went 0-for-4. The Orange is 3-for-29 on the season. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on October 22, 2016 at 7:14 pm Contact Andrew: aegraham@syr.edu | @A_E_Grahamlast_img read more