Welcome to the 82nd CASCWA State Conference:  Student Success By Design
Thursday, May 10 • 3:25pm - 4:30pm

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Educators are aware that academic success will give students an opportunity to succeed in today's world. Unfortunately, many of our youth will not have that opportunity because of gangs in their schools, homes and community. Join us to discuss the reasons why youths join gangs, hear what students know about gangs and the influence they have in their lives. We will discuss some of the signs that are visible in the classroom, school and communities. We will discuss interventions strategies that have brought about parent and school awareness and a reduction in gang activity. All attendee's will receive resources to share with your staff, students and parents.


Hector Molina

Child Welfare & Attendance, Woodland Joint Unified School District
Hector Molina is currently the Administrator of Child Welfare & Attendance for the Woodland Unified School District. After graduating from the University of Pacific in Stockton he began his career as an elementary teacher. He has gone on to be a bilingual classroom teacher, English... Read More →

Thursday May 10, 2018 3:25pm - 4:30pm PDT
Exhibit Hall - Room 2010