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School & District Management Webinar

How Real-Time Data Impacts K-12 Student Support

This event occurred on March 17, 2021 2:59 PM EDT, but is available to view on-demand.
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How do we move beyond alerts to truly collaborative, holistic, and equitable student support? Join leaders from Hayward Unified School District for a conversation about operationalizing tiered support for over 20,000 students. Learn how the district is navigating through the pandemic while creating a holistic approach so that no student falls through the cracks.

Register to:

  • Explore best practices for managing student, family, and staff wellbeing
  • Discover how K-12 leaders are using technology to connect students to myriad services through a community schools model
  • See a live demo of how’s Student Success Hub helps schools deliver holistic student support at scale
Yelitza Peña
Student & Parent Support Programs Coordinator Hayward Unified School District
Heather Reyes
Coordination of Services Team Specialist Hayward Unified School District
Sheree Conway
Coordination of Services Team Specialist Hayward Unified School District
Brittany Pieterse
Associate Solution Engineer, Education Cloud
Germán Freiwald
K-12 Industry Solutions Director
Kara Chiono
K-12 Senior Product Marketing Manager
Kara Chiono
K-12 Senior Product Marketing Manager
Chiono is a K-12 Senior Product Marketing Manager at In her role, she works to bring Salesforce technology to K-12 schools and districts to help them better connect, collaborate, and support student success.
Germán Freiwald
K-12 Industry Solutions Director
As the K-12 Industry Solutions Director at, Freiwald works to find and understand unmet needs in schools and districts. He then guides his team through a process of developing human-centered solutions that build upon Salesforce’s world-class technology in a way that is specialized to best serve schools.

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