NCTIES2023 has ended
Schedule updates/changes are ongoing so be sure to refresh and check the app periodically.

WiFi SSID: NCTIES PW: nctie$23

Collaborative Notes Slide Deck

Link to CEU form. Complete as necessary and follow your district’s requirements.

Food Options:
  1. Concessions can be found on the Vendor Hall.
  2. Rye Kitchen (in the Marriott) is offering a Soup, Salad & Baked Potato Bar for $14
  3. Restaurants within walking distance.

Parking options can be found here.

Do you want to volunteer at NCTies23? Click here to help out!
Back To Schedule
Thursday, March 9 • 2:15pm - 3:00pm
The State of Student Safety: Lessons for Leaders

Sign up or log in to save this to your schedule, view media, leave feedback and see who's attending!

Feedback form is now closed.
Many K-12 leaders are surprised to learn how many of their students are acting in ways that pose an immediate threat to themselves or others—and leaving evidence of this behavior in their online activity.
Students as young as elementary school are engaging in behaviors that are dangerous to themselves or others. However, educators might not see the warning signs in their physical interactions with students. If K-12 leaders have visibility into students’ online activity, backed by 24/7 monitoring with the help of human safety specialists, they can step in and take appropriate action to protect students from harming themselves and others.
Hear Lucy Quinonez, Regional Account Manager, discuss the state of student safety in today’s world, as well as, North Carolina specific data. Learn about key trends in student behavior, how early intervention saves lives, and how school districts can get the actionable intelligence they need to prevent a tragic situation before it’s too late.

avatar for Gaggle


Gaggle is a recognized leader in helping K-12 districts manage student safety on school-provided devices and platforms. Gaggle proactively alerts school officials when students show signs of self-harm, thoughts of suicide, substance abuse, threats of violence, and other harmful situations.Booth... Read More →

Thursday March 9, 2023 2:15pm - 3:00pm EST
RCC 206