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Thursday, February 14 • 2:15pm - 3:45pm
Preventing and Responding to Threats

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Educators have a responsibility to ensure that students are safe while at school or engaged in school-based activities. Therefore, it is essential that school staff have the skills needed to effectively prevent and respond to threats of self-harm or suicide. This training opportunity is intended for school administrators and mental health team members who may be directly responsible for: building a site-based plan for threat response, responding to threats, and assessing rick to determine next steps to maintain student safety. Tools to be shared with teachers and other staff members will also be explored.

Speakers
avatar for Kirstin Comstock

Kirstin Comstock

Program Coordinator, EDCOE
Kirstin Comstock works as a Program Coordinator for the El Dorado County SELPAs. She has worked in the field of education since 1992- roles including: Pre-school teacher, General Education teacher, Education Specialist, SDC teacher, Visual Impairment Specialist, Teacher on Special... Read More →
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Alison Rose

Program Coordinator, El Dorado Charter SELPA



Thursday February 14, 2019 2:15pm - 3:45pm PST
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