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1. Primary Principals' Network Meeting

Program: Principal Network Meetings

Audience: Primary Principals

Dates: 3/23/2017

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Agenda: Survey Results and Discussion-Schoology/Google Classroom/Google Plus; Clever Badges and Credly; State Testing Reminders-Group Prep, Schedule, Scoring, CBT, Proctor, Timetables, Opt-out Message; Tips and Trick for Conduction Observations; Literacy Follow-up; Principal/Teacher Data Training; and Round Table.

2. Math Camp Online Problem Sets

Program: School Improvement

Audience: Math Camp Particpants

Dates: 3/24/2017

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Math Camp participants will work in pairs to explore the math imbedded in a grade level band specific problem. It is anticipated that this process will take teachers approximately 4-5 hours over the course of a month. Teachers will also have the opportunity to reflect upon the work of others. Participants from districts participating in the Math Grant will receive a stipend (Brasher Falls, Clifton-Fine, Edwards-Knox, Gouverneur, Hammond, Harrisville, Hermon-Dekalb, Massena, Morristown, Norwood-Norfolk, and Ogdensburg).

Co-sponsored by the Math Grant - NO CHARGE TO PARTICIPANTS FROM MATH GRANT PARTICIPATING DISTRICTS.

This project must be completed by March 24, 2017.

3. Secondary Principals' Network Meeting

Program: Principal Network Meetings

Audience: Secondary Principals

Dates: 3/24/2017

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The agenda will include: PINS, Probation, and County Services (Bob Dupree, SLC Probation Family Court); COGNOS Overview for Principals Stacy Vincent, BFCS); and Round Table.

4. McKinney-Vento Poverty Webinar

Program: School Improvement

Dates: 4/12/2017

Poverty Webinar for district support leaders

5. Instructional Rounds Overview

Program: School Improvement

Dates: 4/13/2017

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This session will provide an overview of Instructional Rounds. Instructional Rounds-a practice adapted to education from the field of medicine-embodies a specific set of ideas about how practitioners can work together to solve common problems and improve their practice. It is designed to help schools and districts support high-quality teaching and learning for all students. Instructional Rounds strategically connects school and district efforts with improvements at the instructional core and builds collaborative networks of educators who learn from one another about improving teaching and learning. This session is required for all educators who will participate in Instructional Rounds visits and is a prerequisite for the Instructional Rounds in Action: Refining the Process. (Principal Academy attendees have already completed this session.) Registration is from 8:00 - 8:30

6. CSE Chairpersons' Meeting

Program: Special Education

Dates: 4/13/2017

Monthly Chairpersons' meeting.

7. BOOK STUDY: Closing the Rich/Poor Reading Achievement Gap by Richard Allington and Anne McGill-Franzen

Program: SLV Teachers' Learning Center

Audience: Teachers, Paraprofessionals, Reading Teachers

Dates: 4/25/2017 to 5/23/2017

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Do your students experience "summer slide"? Do they lose some reading skill, stamina, and knowledge during those summer months? Join us for a 3-session professional book study on Dr. Richard Allington's Summer Reading: Closing the Rich/Poor Reading Achievement Gap and examine both the causes of and remedies for summer reading loss. We will take a closer look at how our students' socioeconomic status affects their rate of summer regression, and we will learn about ways that we, as educators, can combat summer reading loss with our students. Books will be provided by the St. Lawrence Valley Teachers' Learning Center.

8. School Library System Day - 04/26/17

Program: School Library System

Audience: School Librarians, Library Assistants, and Library Aides

Dates: 4/26/2017

The School Library System will hold a full day of professional activities. All school librarians, library assistants and library aides are encouraged to attend. The Spring 2017 Book Review Session will be held in the morning. The CC/Liaison session will take up the afternoon.

9. Instructional Rounds Visit Gouverneur Middle School

Program: School Improvement

Dates: 4/27/2017

This session is an instructional rounds visit using the protocols and processes of instructional rounds.

"Participants in Instructional Rounds visits should have first attended either the Principals Academy Instructional Rounds training or have attended one of the Instructional Rounds Overview trainings. The number of participants required may be less then then maximum listed based on the scheduled needs of school. All who register for a visit will be informed of the final roster for that visit"

10. Principal's Academy Follow-Up Session 6

Program: School Improvement

Dates: 4/28/2017

The topic of this session will continue the work of the summer Principal's Academy Retreat. This session will be a case conference with Q & A. Participants will bring examples of their most challenging conundrum behavioral/trauma cases for this session with psychologist Dr. James Levine.
*All work will be done online using Schoology. Participants will receive an email with directions approximately 3-4 days prior to the Book Study.


*MSP Grant Teacher Participants will receive a copy of the book as well as a $250 stipend. MSP Grant Administrator Participants will receive a copy of the book.

*Non-MSP Grant Teachers may participate. However, they will need to supply their own book. The cost for Non-Grant Teachers and Administrators is $100/per person for each Book Study. The MSP Grant is not able to pay a stipend for Non-Math Grant Teachers.


About the book: "The Growth Mindset Coach" is a complete and easy-to-follow guide for inspiring every student with the power of growth mindset.
Created by teachers for teachers, this is the ultimate guide for unleashing students potential through creative lessons, empowering messages and innovative teaching. Studies show that growth mindsets result in higher test scores, improved grades and more in-class involvement. When your students understand that their intelligence is not limited, they succeed like never before. With the tools in this book, you can motivate your students to believe in themselves and achieve anything.
*All work will be done online using Schoology. Participants will receive an email with directions approximately 3-4 days prior to the Book Study.


*MSP Grant Teacher Participants will receive a copy of the book as well as a $250 stipend. MSP Grant Administrator Participants will receive a copy of the book.

*Non-MSP Grant Teachers may participate. However, they will need to supply their own book. The cost for Non-Grant Teachers and Administrators is $100/per person for each Book Study. The MSP Grant is not able to pay a stipend for Non-Math Grant Teachers.


About the book: "The Growth Mindset Coach" is a complete and easy-to-follow guide for inspiring every student with the power of growth mindset.
Created by teachers for teachers, this is the ultimate guide for unleashing students potential through creative lessons, empowering messages and innovative teaching. Studies show that growth mindsets result in higher test scores, improved grades and more in-class involvement. When your students understand that their intelligence is not limited, they succeed like never before. With the tools in this book, you can motivate your students to believe in themselves and achieve anything.

13. CSE Chairpersons' Meeting

Program: Special Education

Dates: 5/11/2017

Monthly Chairpersons' meeting.

14. Analyzing Reading Notebooks to Plan for Reading Workshop LIVE! *

Program: School Improvement

Audience: Geared to 3rd-4th grade

Dates: 5/17/2017

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The day will begin with Lea reviewing complexities of text levels - plot and setting and/or character dependent on what the students from the local/guest classroom are working on. Next, she will demonstrate how to analyze reading notebooks with the lens of text complexity. Her analysis will identify what a reader is doing as well as the effective next steps a reader might take to progress. After analyzing several notebooks and having input from the classroom teacher, Lea will name whole class, small group and/or individual needs. Finally, Lea will outline a clear plan for the flow of "Reading Workshop Live": from the mini-lesson to individualized conferring to teaching and share. Students from a local classroom will join us at BOCES in Canton and Lea will execute the plan while voicing over her teaching decisions and moves along the way. The day will be wrapped up with a reflection of "Workshop LIVE!" as well as a Q&A.

*Part of the 1.8 Million Words Series


Registration will be held from 8-8:830

15. APL Effective Teaching refresher

Program: School Improvement

Dates: 5/17/2017

*The five basic teaching strategies.
*The interaction sequence (how to engage all students).
*Serial positioning/time management (focusing on instructional organization).
*Behavior management (The 6 behavior management guidelines plus the 5 steps in teaching a behavior).
*Effective note taking.

Built into this session we also touch upon homework and the essential need for repetitions and practice.

This is a very full, fast paced day for those teachers who have attended our previous APL Workshop.

Registration will be held from 8-8:30

16. Analyzing Reading Notebooks From Your Classroom/Vocabulary and Figurative Language*

Program: School Improvement

Audience: 3rd/4th grade focus

Dates: 5/18/2017

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GEARED TO 3RD/4TH GRADE
The day will begin with Lea conducting a whole group review of complexities of plot and setting as well as character. Next, Lea will support participants as they mimic the analyze work demonstrated the day prior (at "Reading Workshop LIVE!") using reading notebooks from their own classroom. The goal is for teachers to analyze as many notebooks as they can in an effort to identify whole class, small group and individual needs and finally plan for those needs. Teachers are encouraged to bring materials needed to effectively participate in this important work.

Part 2: Complexities of Vocabulary and Figurative Language and How Read Aloud Can Support This Demanding Work The second part of the day will focus specifically on the complexities of vocabulary and figurative language as well as one of the most important components of balanced literacy: Interactive Read Aloud. First, Lea will support participants understanding of the shifts in vocabulary and figurative language across reading levels as well as the skills readers use to attend to this work. Next, Lea will unpack interactive read aloud and demonstrate how this component of balanced literacy can support the demands of vocabulary and figurative language. Participants will be provided an opportunity to plan their own read aloud with the lens of vocabulary and figurative language and are therefore encouraged to preselect a vocabulary and figurative language rich text that is representative of the level of readers in his/her class.
*Part of the 1.8 Million Words Series

Registration will be held from 8-8:830

Please bring your readers' notebooks from your classroom with you to this training

17. Secondary Principals' Network Meeting

Program: Principal Network Meetings

Audience: Secondary Principals

Dates: 5/18/2017

Agenda TBD

18. Primary Principals' Network Meeting

Program: Principal Network Meetings

Audience: Primary Principals

Dates: 5/19/2017

Agenda TBD

19. Principal's Academy Follow-Up Session 7

Program: School Improvement

Dates: 5/19/2017

The topic of this session will continue the work of the summer Principal's Academy Retreat.

20. School Psychologist Meeting

Program: Special Education

Dates: 5/19/2017

School Psychologist Meeting
The preschool modules are designed for professionals working with children ages 2 1/2 - 5 years old.

After determining the meaning of children's challenging behavior and the skills the child needs to learn to communicate that meaning more effectively, a plan is developed to support the child's use of the new skills and to decrease the likelihood that the child will need to use challenging behavior. This module addresses: a)strategies for teaching new skills and arranging the environment to support appropriate behaviors and prevent challenging behavior, and b )building teams (professionals and family members) to effectively support the child's behavior across settings.

Topics included in this module:


• Developing a plan for supporting social emotional development and preventing challenging behavior


• Using a team approach to addressing challenging behavior and social emotional needs

22. Literacy and Learning: North Country School Library Systems Regional Conference

Program: School Library System

Audience: Librarians; Teachers; Library Aides & Assistants

Dates: 5/22/2017

Feed your love of books with the North Country School Library Systems Regional Conference: Literacy and Learning! The North Country School Library Systems are sponsoring a mini-conference featuring a keynote by John Schumacher, better known as Mr. Schu. Mr. Schu is the Scholastic Ambassador for School Libraries, a well-known blogger and all-around lover of books! He will be sharing his passion for books and literature, helping you to promote a culture of reading in your school. Rebecca Donnelly, author of "How to Stage a Catastrophe," will be our luncheon speaker. Ms. Donnelly is a librarian and first time novelist. She will share her insights on writing and storytelling. There will be vendors and book sales.

A limited block of King Village View and Double Queen Village View rooms at the 1000 Islands Harbor Hotel have been set aside for Sunday night at the rate of $129. Please call the hotel directly at (315) 686-1100 to book a room. This discount cannot be used to reserve rooms online. Mention that you are with the "North Country School Library Systems" when you call. These rooms and rates will be guaranteed until April 21, 2017.

A continental breakfast and lunch are included in the registration fee.

Deadline for registration/cancellation is May 12, 2017. No refunds will be given after this date.

This conference is sponsored by Champlain Valley Educational Services SLS, Franklin-Essex-Hamilton SLS, Jefferson-Lewis SLS and St. Lawrence-Lewis SLS.

Date: Monday, May 22, 2017
Time: 8:00-3:30
Place: 1000 Islands Harbor Hotel, 200 Riverside Drive, Clayton
Cost: $60

23. McKinney-Vento Network Mtg.

Program: School Improvement

Dates: 5/23/2017

Location: Conference Rooms B & C

McKinney-Vento Year End Network Mtg.

24. Do My Students Really Understand the Math?

Program: School Improvement

Audience: Pk-6 Math Educators

Dates: 5/25/2017

Location: Conference Rooms

Teachers attending the Summer 2015 Math Camp are requested to participate in one of the three sessions. Participants will examine assessments that are aligned with the Common Core standards and review student responses. Through various exercises we aim to help participants become more proficient at evaluating student responses, grading according to a rubric, giving useful feedback to students, and interpreting assessment data to drive future instruction.


Post Test will be given during this workshop.

Math Grant Districts (attend for free): Brasher Falls, Clifton Fine, Edwards Knox, Gouverneur, Hammond, Harrisville, Hermon Dekalb, Massena, Morristown, Norwood Norfolk, Ogdensburg

REGISTRATION: 8:00-8:30 a.m. ~ SESSION: 8:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
The preschool modules are designed for professionals working with children ages 2 1/2 - 5 years old.

After determining the meaning of children's challenging behavior and the skills the child needs to learn to communicate that meaning more effectively, a plan is developed to support the child's use of the new skills and to decrease the likelihood that the child will need to use challenging behavior. This module addresses: a)strategies for teaching new skills and arranging the environment to support appropriate behaviors and prevent challenging behavior, and b )building teams (professionals and family members) to effectively support the child's behavior across settings.

Topics included in this module:



• Developing a plan for supporting social emotional development and preventing challenging behavior



• Using a team approach to addressing challenging behavior and social emotional needs

26. Math Camp Online Problem Sets

Program: School Improvement

Audience: Math Camp Particpants

Dates: 5/26/2017

Math Camp participants will work in pairs to explore the math imbedded in a grade level band specific problem. It is anticipated that this process will take teachers approximately 4-5 hours over the course of a month. Teachers will also have the opportunity to reflect upon the work of others. Participants from districts participating in the Math Grant will receive a stipend
(Brasher Falls, Clifton-Fine, Edwards-Knox, Gouverneur, Hammond, Harrisville, Hermon-Dekalb, Massena, Morristown, Norwood-Norfolk, and Ogdensburg)
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Co-sponsored by the Math Grant - NO CHARGE TO PARTICIPANTS FROM MATH GRANT PARTICIPATING DISTRICTS.

This project must be completed by May 26, 2017.

27. K-2 Guided Reading, Strategy Lessons, and Small Groups (REPEAT of Feb 21-22, 2017)

Program: School Improvement

Dates: 5/30/2017 to 5/31/2017

Come learn about setting the foundation in K-2 for this important work. Who doesn't need a refresher on Guided Reading?

Do you want to make your small groups more effective?

Are 3-6 teachers in your building implementing Instructional Independent Reading, the Independent Reading Assessment, and/or strategies for instruction from The Reading Strategies Book? Come learn about setting the foundation for this important work.

This two-day training will focus on how working with small groups of readers can be a powerful instructional tool! On this day, participants will analyze a variety of reading assessments to plan for the readers' next steps. As we mine running records and other types of informal assessments, we will discuss various types of small group work. Specifically, we will study guided reading, strategy lessons and small group component work. Students need repeated practice to become proficient with their reading goals. Lauren will show you how to plan a sequence of small group lessons which scaffold students to independence. This day will focus on readers who are emergent to level K. Several of the small groups discussed and demonstrated with focus on comprehension skills and writing about reading that is appropriate for primary students. Teachers will see examples through videos and live demonstrations. Finally, teachers will have the opportunity to plan and practice teaching a small group. Lauren will reference Jennifer Serravallo's, The Reading Strategies Book as participants plan for instruction.

Participants who are interested can purchase this book here: http://www.heinemann.com/products/E07433.aspx

*Attendance at January 17 or 18 Balanced Literacy would be helpful, but not required.


Lauren Kolbeck, Former Staff Developer at The Reading and Writing Project

28. Do My Students Really Understand the Math?

Program: School Improvement

Audience: Pk-6 Math Educators

Dates: 5/31/2017

Location: Conference Rooms

Teachers attending the Summer 2015 Math Camp are requested to participate in one of the three sessions. Participants will examine assessments that are aligned with the Common Core standards and review student responses. Through various exercises we aim to help participants become more proficient at evaluating student responses, grading according to a rubric, giving useful feedback to students, and interpreting assessment data to drive future instruction.


Post Test will be given during this workshop.

Math Grant Districts (attend for free): Brasher Falls, Clifton Fine, Edwards Knox, Gouverneur, Hammond, Harrisville, Hermon Dekalb, Massena, Morristown, Norwood Norfolk, Ogdensburg

REGISTRATION: 8:00-8:30 a.m. ~ SESSION: 8:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m.

29. Analyzing Reading Notebooks to Plan for Reading Workshop LIVE! *

Program: School Improvement

Audience: 5th/6th grade focus

Dates: 6/7/2017

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GEARED TO 5TH/6TH GRADE
The day will begin with Lea reviewing complexities of text levels - plot and setting and/or character dependent on what the students from the local/guest classroom are working on. Next, she will demonstrate how to analyze reading notebooks with the lens of text complexity. Her analysis will identify what a reader is doing as well as the effective next steps a reader might take to progress. After analyzing several notebooks and having input from the classroom teacher, Lea will name whole class, small group and/or individual needs. Finally, Lea will outline a clear plan for the flow of "Reading Workshop Live": from the mini-lesson to individualized conferring to teaching and share. Students from a local classroom will join us at BOCES in Canton and Lea will execute the plan while voicing over her teaching decisions and moves along the way. The day will be wrapped up with a reflection of "Workshop LIVE!" as well as a Q&A.

*Part of the 1.8 Million Words Series

Registration will be held from 8-8:830

30. Model Schools Site Administrator Meeting

Program: Model Schools

Dates: 6/7/2017

This meeting is for districts' Model Schools representatives.

31. Analyzing Reading Notebooks From Your Classroom/Vocabulary and Figurative Language*

Program: School Improvement

Audience: 5th/6th grade focus

Dates: 6/8/2017

New
GEARED TO 5TH/6TH GRADE
The day will begin with Lea conducting a whole group review of complexities of plot and setting as well as character. Next, Lea will support participants as they mimic the analyze work demonstrated the day prior (at "Reading Workshop LIVE!") using reading notebooks from their own classroom. The goal is for teachers to analyze as many notebooks as they can in an effort to identify whole class, small group and individual needs and finally plan for those needs. Teachers are encouraged to bring materials needed to effectively participate in this important work.

Please bring your readers' notebooks from your classroom with you to this training

Part 2: Complexities of Vocabulary and Figurative Language and How Read Aloud Can Support This Demanding Work
The second part of the day will focus specifically on the complexities of vocabulary and figurative language as well as one of the most important components of balanced literacy: Interactive Read Aloud. First, Lea will support participants understanding of the shifts in vocabulary and figurative language across reading levels as well as the skills readers use to attend to this work. Next, Lea will unpack interactive read aloud and demonstrate how this component of balanced literacy can support the demands of vocabulary and figurative language. Participants will be provided an opportunity to plan their own read aloud with the lens of vocabulary and figurative language and are therefore encouraged to preselect a vocabulary and figurative language rich text that is representative of the level of readers in his/her class.

*Part of the 1.8 Million Words Series

Registration will be held from 8-8:830

32. CSE Chairpersons' Meeting

Program: Special Education

Dates: 6/8/2017

Monthly Chairpersons' meeting.

33. 2017-2018 Mentoring Matters for New Mentors

Program: School Improvement

Audience: Mentors

Dates: 8/25/2017 to 5/23/2018

August 25, 2017 8:00-3:00 - During the morning portion of this session Mentors will be provided with information concerning the NYSED requirements and the role of the Mentor. Attributes, functions and coaching techniques will be a large part of the discussions. In the afternoon, Mentees will join the session to participate in shared activities. Registration will be held from 8-8:30am.

January 17, 2018 (Noon-3:00) - During this session Mentors will continue practicing techniques through and hands-on activities. Further review of mentoring situations will provide suggestions for conversations with Mentees. Additional resources for mentoring will be provided.

May 23, 2018 (Noon-3:00) - This session will include both Mentors & Mentees and will complete the New Teacher Mentorship program for 2016-17. Reflection for PD will be available as well as the Regional Certification Officer on site. A salute to the Mentors and Mentees will conclude the afternoon.


Upon completion of this year's course, you will be certified to Mentor new Mentees for an additional two years.

34. 2017-18 Mentoring Matters-For Previously Certified Mentors

Program: School Improvement

Audience: Mentors

Dates: 8/25/2017 to 5/23/2018

August 25, 2017 12:00-3:00 - Mentees will join the session to participate in shared activities focusing on mentoring requirements.

May 23, 2018 (Noon-3:00) - This session will include both Mentors & Mentees and will complete the New Teacher Mentorship program for 2016-17. Reflection for PD will be available as well as the Regional Certification Officer on site. A salute to the Mentors and Mentees will conclude the afternoon.

35. 2017-2018 Mentoring Matters for Mentees (New Teachers)

Program: School Improvement

Audience: Mentees - New Teachers

Dates: 8/25/2017 to 5/23/2018

August 25, 2017 (Noon-3:00) - This session will provide opportunities for Mentees to gain a better understanding of the NYSED requirements necessary for professional certification. Time will be provided for Mentees and Mentors to establish a calendar and participate in coaching conversations. The Regional Certification Officer will provide an overview of certification requirements. Registration will be held from 12-12:30.

May 23, 2018 (Noon-3:00) - This session will complete the New Teacher Mentorship program for 2016-17. Reflection of the year and setting goals for the following year will be addressed. A salute to the Mentors and Mentees will conclude the session.

36. Effective Teaching (Days 1-5)

Program: School Improvement

Audience: All Educators

Dates: 8/28/2017 to 10/25/2017

Location: Conference Rooms A & B

If you are looking for a staff in-service experience that is going to result in an immediate and positive impact on both student and staff performance look no further. This baseline staff development workshop has enjoyed rave reviews from every organization that has offered it.

This five-day workshop is designed to provide your staff with a top-notch professional growth experience focusing on instructional and classroom management skills.

Some outcomes that participants can expect are: increased student time on task, improved student behavior, improved student performance, insights into and options for classroom organization, motivation of students, and classroom management techniques that work.

Registration: 8:00-8:30 a.m. ~ Session: 8:30 p.m.-3:00 p.m.

37. Effective Teaching (Days 6-7)

Program: School Improvement

Audience: Effective Teaching Days 1-5 Participants

Dates: 8/29/2017 to 8/30/2017

Location: Conference Room C

This training is based on what was taught in Effective Teaching Days 1-5, which was designed to provide participants with a top-notch professional growth experience focusing on instructional and classroom management skills.

Some outcomes participants can expect include: increased student time on task, improved student behavior, improved student performance, insights into and options for classroom organization, motivation of students, and classroom management techniques that work.


Registration: 8:00-8:30 a.m. ~ Session: 8:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m.

38. Understanding and Dealing with Challenging Students (2 Days)

Program: School Improvement

Audience: All Educators

Dates: 9/18/2017 to 9/19/2017

Location: Conference Room

This two-day workshop, designed for up to 30 participants, provides all members of the school community a "sampling" of topics to increase their awareness of the characteristics, needs, and alternative intervention strategies which work with students with social, emotional, and behavioral problems. Although it is an awareness level training, participants are provided with some practical techniques they can immediately apply in their school setting. It is applicable for any staff member who works in an environment with children or youth who have, or are at risk of developing, social, emotional, and/or behavioral problems.

Registration 8:00-8:30 a.m. ~ Session 8:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m.

39. Keeping Everyone Safe (2 Days)

Program: School Improvement

Audience: All Staff Working w/ Students

Dates: 10/2/2017 to 10/3/2017

Location: Conference Room

One of the primary fears staff members have is how to handle a student who is, or has the potential to become, physically aggressive. Keeping Everyone Safe prepares staff emotionally, mentally, and physically to cope with acting out, aggressive children and youth. It is not a course in self-defense; the actual hands-on, physical segment of the training is minimal. The primary goal of this program is to equip staff with the knowledge and skills that will enable them to avoid and de-escalate crisis situations without the need for physical intervention.

The program includes:

  • Sources of aggressive behavior.
  • Stages of crisis development.
  • Keeping others safe.
  • Supportive verbal and non-verbal de-escalation strategies.
  • Physical responses to attach.
  • Supportive physical intervention and transport techniques.
  • Crisis team development, roles, and communication.
  • Talking with students after a crisis, and development of policies and procedural safeguards.


  • Registration 8:00-8:30 a.m. ~ Session 8:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m.