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Empowering Students to Engage in Positive Communication: A Guide to Combat Student Sexting. Miami –Dade County Public Schools Division of Student Services Deborah A. Montilla, District Director. Welcome & Introductions. Sexting Policy District Support Team

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empowering students to engage in positive communication a guide to combat student sexting

Empowering Students to Engage in Positive Communication:A Guide to Combat Student Sexting

Miami –Dade County Public Schools

Division of Student Services

Deborah A. Montilla, District Director

welcome introductions
Welcome & Introductions

Sexting Policy District Support Team

Deborah A. Montilla, District Director

Mr. Daniel R. Oré, Director

Mr. Charles P. Migliaccio

Ms. Rosa E. Pache

Ms. Vanessa Robles

Ms. Angelica M. Yanez

learning objectives
Learning Objectives
  • Use the information presented to implement Sexting Policy initiatives as need
  • Use the information presented to prepare school personnel for implementing Sexting Policy initiatives at school sites
  • Review M-DCPS school policy and procedures
  • Introduction to M-DCPS combating sexting curriculum
opening activity
Opening Activity

Interactive Activity

m dcps school board definition of sexting
M-DCPS School Board Definition of Sexting

The act of sending or forwarding through cellular telephones and other electronic media sexually explicit, nude or partially nude photographs/images.

While M-DCPS, through our curriculum, teaches students to engage in positive communication, disciplinary action for the transmission of sexually explicit messages is addressed under other infractions to the Code of Student Conduct.

who s sexting
Who’s Sexting?
  • Sending sexts:
    • 65% girls
    • 35% boys
  • Forwarding sexts:
    • Approximately equal
  • Age and likelihood of sexting:
    • 61% - ages 16-18
    • 39% - ages 13-15
florida statutes
Florida Statutes
  • 827.071 Sexual performance by a child
  • 847.0137 Transmission of pornography by electronic device or equipment prohibited
  • 847.0138 Transmission of material harmful to minors to a minor by electronic device or equipment prohibited
penalties for convicted sex offenders
Penalties for ConvictedSex Offenders
  • Mandatory prison time
  • Registered sex offender status for life
  • Sex offender probation
  • Neighborhood, curfew, counseling, jobs

“When the legislation for child pornography was enacted, no one was imagining minors taking photos of their own bodies”

new legislation cs cs hb 75 offense of sexting effective date october 1 2011
New Legislation: CS/CS/HB 75 - Offense of SextingEffective Date: October 1, 2011

Offense of Sexting: Provides that minor commits offense of sexting if he or she knowingly uses computer, or any other device capable of electronic data transmission or distribution, to transmit or distribute to another minor any photograph or video of any person which depicts nudity & is harmful to minors; provides noncriminal & criminal penalties; provides that transmission, distribution, or possession of multiple photographs or videos is single offense if transmission occurs within 24-hour period, etc.

GENERAL BILL   by Judiciary Committee and Criminal Justice Subcommittee and Abruzzo (CO-SPONSORS) Cruz; Glorioso; Rogers; Van Zant

m dcps action plan to combat sexting includes
M-DCPS Action Plan to Combat Sexting Includes:
  • Procedures manual available as an e-handbook for M-DCPS administration and personnel
  • K-12 Curriculum to Combat Student Sexting
  • Professional Development for administrators, counselors, and teachers
  • Anti-Sexting Awareness Campaign/Student PSA Contest
  • Parent Resources
guiding principles of policy
Guiding Principles of Policy
  • Aligns sexting policy to district-wide efforts
  • Outlines student responsibilities
  • Increases awareness among students, educators, families and community
  • Provides guidance for school administration and staff
  • Establishes partnership with stakeholders
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M-DCPS Action Plan to Combat Sexting Includes:
  • Procedures manual available as an e-handbook for M-DCPS administration and personnel
  • K-12 Curriculum to Combat Student Sexting
  • Professional Development for administrators, counselors, and teachers
  • Parent Resources
  • Anti-Sexting Awareness Campaign/Student PSA Contest
mdcps proactive approach
MDCPS Proactive Approach
  • Prevention
  • Support Services
  • Disciplinary Measures
levels of sexting offenses
Levels of Sexting Offenses
  • Sexting 1
    • Involves a personal, 1-1 student-to-student exposure/transmission which is not coerced and not intended for redistribution
  • Sexting 2
    • Involves transmission or re-transmission of a sext to an expanded group of recipients
  • Sexting 3
    • Involves a broad exposure/distribution of a sext without consent and/or transmittal with the intent to victimize another individual
referral for intervention
Referral for Intervention
  • Regardless of the severity of the case, the principal or designee will refer participants of sexting to the school’s Student Services Team for counseling support and/or interventions
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Division of Student Services

Miami-Dade County Public Schools

1501 NE 2nd Avenue

Suite # 409

Miami, FL 33132

Work Location: 9721

Contact us...

Division Administrator

Ms. Deborah A. Montilla, District Director

305-995-7338

http://studentservices.dadeschools.net

Department Administrators

Ms. Barbara Mallard, District Supervisor Mr. Daniel R. Oré,, Director Ms. Wilma Steiner, Director

School Counseling Programs HIV/AIDS Education Programs Comprehensive Health Programs

305-995-7302 305-995-7273 305-995-1235

Sexting Policy Support Team:

Mr. Daniel R. Oré, Director

Ms. Angelica M. Yanez, Curriculum Support Specialist

Mr. Charles Migliaccio, Educational Specialist

Ms. Vanessa Robles, Teacher/Trainer