TAPCo. Times #15
December 12, 2016
Birthdays of the Week
Rebecca Couvertier 12/13
Demetri Nicolopoulos 12/15
Professional Development and Student Opportunities
Professional development and student opportunities are posted on the PD and Student Opportunities page. This week’s highlights include:
Grant opportunities are posted on the Grants website (you can visit the page on any computer using this link). This week’s highlights include:
Guidance on Social Media Use
The NYCDOE is committed to ensuring that staff and students who use social media for professional and academic purposes do so in a safe and responsible manner. You should review the NYCDOE’s Social Media Guidelines and the Internet Acceptable Use and Safety Policy and share them with your staff. Please note that all staff should be judicious in their professional and personal use of social media, and be mindful that social-media posts may be viewed by individuals who are not the intended recipients. For questions, email Lisa Nielsen.
Resources for Parent Coordinators
To better support your parent coordinator (PC) this school year, you should review and familiarize yourself with the Principal Checklist for Parent Coordinators, which provides links to resources and requirements for PCs. All parent coordinators should receive and read PC Connections, the parent coordinator newsletter that provides essential information for all PCs. If your PC is not receiving the newsletter, they may sign up here.
For questions, contact email@example.com or call (212) 374-4118.
Pics Of The Week
Reminder Regarding Holiday Gifts
During this holiday season, we thank you for your public service. We also want to remind you of the public trust we all hold as City employees. As part of that trust, you may not accept gifts or favors in connection with your City employment.
Violations of these rules impact public confidence in City government. Violations may also result in serious penalties for you personally. Therefore, we want to remind you of the prohibition against gifts or favors and ask you to help inform and remind your colleagues of these rules to assist them in avoiding problems as well. Key rules to remember include:
It is our job collectively as City servants to uphold the public trust New Yorkers have placed in us. Thank you for all you do to serve the people of this great City, and best wishes for a happy and healthy holiday season and New Year.
THE NYC CONFLICTS OF INTEREST BOARD'S ETHICS GUIDE FOR PUBLIC SERVANTS
The City's Conflicts of Interest Law prohibits public servants from using or appearing to use their City positions for their own personal benefit. To comply with the law, you cannot: