Annual Between-Semesters School Safety Seminar
Help students move toward being/feeling physically safe and mentally healthy. This seminar will help you in-service your school personnel (Student Services, Guidance, Emergency/Safety & Civic-Engagement Teams), social service & agency personnel (child care workers, supervisors, case-management, liaisons) church personne l (pastors, youth directors, Sunday-school teachers, parents, volunteers) and anyone who works with children & youth. You will have the resources you need to repeat whatever parts of this Seminar you wish…..to your colleagues/audiences.
January 17, 2014 - 8:30 am - 2:30 pm
LCCC Spitzer Conference Center, Grand Room
Event Fee - $40
Registration Deadline - January 10, 2014
Sign in from 8:00 - 8:15
Presentations will include:
· Identification, response, prevention & reporting for all kinds of violence, abuse & neglect whenever & wherever it happens (home/domestic, social/dating, school, church, mall/community.
· Red Flags, responses to & prevention of depression, suicide and helping children & youth with their mental-health, substance-abuse and bullying issues.
· How to cooperatively handle situations involving youth with regard to these issues
· How to network with local community service personnel in duplicating this Seminar
· Receiving the Ohio Department of Education’s School Safety Curriculum on CD, hand-outs from each presenter, lists of resources, and a choice of one of author, Dave Pelzer’s Books; “A Child Called It" or "The Lost Boy”.
· Having, included in seminar-price, breakfast beverages & lunch
Seminar PowerPoint Presentations
THE CRIME THAT IS BECOMING EVEN
MORE PROMINENT THAN DRUGS!
NCHE is pleased to announce that registration is now open for a new webinar.
Deena Graves, Executive Director, Traffick911.org a Texas-based agency, working to stop the commercial sexual exploitation of American children.
We encourage you to share information about this webinar widely with colleagues you believe may be interested. While this issue is extremely relevant within the homeless education community, it is a topic of relevance to the broader education community, as well, as is evidenced by the U.S. Department of Education fact sheet entitled Human Trafficking of Children in the United States: A Fact Sheet for Schools, available at http://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/osdfs/factsheet.html.
“What is Human Trafficking” Webinar information recently held
Jim Hartline, ESCLC Projects Coordinator
Lorain County Early Learning Center
12079 Lagrange Road
LaGrange, OH 44050
Phone: 440-324 -3178 x1138