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_imgALSOMike Trout played catch again and feels “much better,” Scioscia said, but it remains unclear when he’ll be able to return to center field. Trout, who has a sprained right index finger, was in the lineup as the designated hitter for an eighth straight game on Wednesday.UP NEXTAngels (Jaime Barría, 5-3, 3.40) at Red Sox (Brian Johnson, 1-2, 4.50), Thursday, 4 p.m., Fox Sports West, KLAA (830 AM)Related Articles Angels offense breaks out to split doubleheader with Astros Clippers, Mavericks brace for the unknown in Game 4 Jose Suarez’s rocky start sinks Angels in loss to Astros Mike Trout, with bat and glove, helps Angels end losing streak Angels’ Shohei Ohtani spending downtime working in outfield Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error BOSTON — John Lamb added his name to the list of injured Angels pitchers on Wednesday, pushing Deck McGuire into the rotation.Lamb was placed on the disabled list a day after lasting just 1-2/3 innings against the Boston Red Sox, diagnosed with elbow and shoulder inflammation.“After he came out he was getting little stiff in his shoulder,” Manager Mike Scioscia said. “His arm didn’t feel great, so we’ll take a step backwards with John and get him evaluated and see where we are.”Lamb’s next turn would have been on Sunday in Baltimore, which now clears the way for McGuire to become the Angels’ 12th starting pitcher. McGuire, who pitched four innings in relief of Lamb on Tuesday, has started 181 games in the minors, including eight of his nine minor league games this year. McGuire has appeared in relief in all six of his major league games, with the Toronto Blue Jays and Angels. McGuire, 29, has a career 4.30 ERA in the minors. The Angels acquired him in a trade with the Texas Rangers, who had designated him for assignment.The Angels could be getting another of their starters back as soon as next week.Garrett Richards, out with a hamstring injury, threw a second bullpen session on Wednesday and Scioscia said it went “great.” The Angels were still undecided on Richards’ next step, but it could be a rehab assignment this weekend, which could clear the way for him to pitch for the Angels next week.The Angels also called up reliever Jake Jewell, who was allowed to come back after being optioned for less than 10 days because he was replacing a player on the disabled list.The Angels also optioned reliever Akeel Morris, who would have been unavailable to pitch on Thursday after working two innings on Wednesday. They called up infielder Nolan Fontana, restoring a normal four-man bench instead of the three they had.last_img read more