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    2021-2022 ANNUAL NOTIFICATION OF ABESTOS HAZARD EMERGENCY RESPONSE ACT (AHERA) RELATED ACTIVITIES
    Since last year's AHERA notice, a number of additional asbestos surveys and abatement projects have been initiated or completed, in coordination with planned facilities renovation projects and maintenance activities. The documentation referencing these abatement projects, together with the required six-month inspection and three-year re-inspection, are being added to each school's management plan.
    A copy of the AHERA Management Plan is available for public and outside vendor inspection in each school/facility. The management plan includes information regarding the identification and location of asbestos-containing materials at the school/facility. This document should not be removed or discarded from the Administration area in which it is stored. A complete library of AHERA Management Plans for every school/facility is housed in the Environmental Health and Safety Department, located at 4200 N.W. 10th Ave., Oakland Park, FL 33309.
    ACTION: Refrain from disturbing Asbestos Containing Building Materials (ACBM). All maintenance employees, facilities service persons, and outside vendors working on the building's physical structure, i.e., floors, base, walls, ceilings, plenum spaces, HVAC systems, and electrical systems, are to refrain from disturbing, performing any work on, or abatement of Asbestos Containing Building Materials.
    Be advised that AHERA requires removal of asbestos-containing materials prior to any renovation or maintenance activities that will disturb the asbestos. The Environmental Health and Safety Department may need to schedule an asbestos abatement at your school/facility during the course of the year to remove these materials prior to maintenance or renovation activities.
    Additionally, AHERA requires that all maintenance and custodial staff, who may work in a building that contains ACBM, receive an Asbestos Awareness Training of at least two (2) hours. New Facilities Service Personnel must be trained within sixty (60) days after their initial hire date. The Environmental Health and Safety Department provides this training. Please visit the Learning Across Broward (LAB) website https://broward.truenorthlogic.com for more information.
    Please ensure this memorandum is:
    1) Made part of your AHERA Management Plan
    2) Sent home with all students notifying their parent(s)/legal guardian(s), and
    3) Posted in staff lounges and other approved common staff areas
    For additional information, please contact Alison Witoshynsky, Coordinator, Environmental Compliance, Environmental Health and Safety Department at 754-321-4200 or Alison.Witoshynsky@browardschools.com.
    BRIAN KATZ CHIEF SAFETY & SECURITY OFFICER
    DIVISION OF SAFETY, SECURITY & EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS
     
     
    Parents:  Please see the links below to view videos regarding School Board policies for Anti-Bullying and Dating Violence.
     
    Anti-Bullying

     

    BYOD Guidelines

    Flite Center 

    Latinx Community Resources

    Community Partners Resource Guide

    Free Eye Exam and Glasses

     

    Family Resource Guide

     

    Social Media Use Guidelines

     

    Parent Guide for Naviance

     

    ESLS information 

     

    Informationregarding Human Trafficking

     

    MTSS Family Brochure

     

    CareDox 

     

    Suicide Prevention Tips for Youth

     

    Suicide Prevention Tips for Parents

     

    Supporting Your Child After a Crisis Brochure

     

    Community Connections

    In partnership with Parent/Community Representatives, Children Services Council, 211 Broward, Broward Libraries, The United Way of Broward County, and various Broward Schools departments, Family and Community Engagement has implemented Community Connections. Broward Schools recognizes that the variety of trainings offered across the county are advertised in many locations. Parents and community members spend significant time searching for information and sometimes miss learning opportunities facilitated by providers. Community Connections is the access point for trainings/workshops/learning opportunities for Broward families across the county.  Course information may be accessed via online at the link below: