Office of Safe and Healthy Students Grantee Training

Event Date
Add to Calendar 2015-10-21 09:00:00 2015-10-21 09:00:00 Office of Safe and Healthy Students Grantee Training On October 21, 2015 the Office of Safe and Healthy Students (OSHS) hosted "Safe and Healthy Students Preconference Meeting" for project directors of all OSHS grants. The goal of this meeting was to provide participants strategies for aligning and integrating evidence-based practices across programs and initiatives, with an eye towards implementation fidelity and sustainability, gain a better understanding of key related topics, and to share technical assistance needs. This page includes presentations Project Prevent and Elemenary and Secondary School Counselor grantees viewed during the meeting. Morning Session Hosted by the National PBIS Center MTSS, Sustainability, and Implementation Capacity Development (Kate Heineman, Fremont Public Schools, Nebraska; George Sugai, Center on PBIS, University of Connecticut)* Aligning Multiple Initatives (Justyn Poulos, Wisconsin, PBIS Network; Sheree Garvey, Appleton Area School District, Wisconsin; Rob Horner, University of Oregon)* *These presentations are no longer on the PBIS Center website. For similar resources, check out the PBIS Center here: https://www.pbis.org/ Afternoon Session (for Project Prevent and Elementary and Secondary School Counselor Grantees) Hosted by the National Center on Safe Supportive Learning Environments Integrating Trauma-Sensitive Practices in Schools (Kathleen Guarino, NCSSLE (AIR)) Providing School-Based Mental Health Services (Elizabeth V. Freeman, AIR and Dr. Sharon Stephan, Center on School Mental Health) Planning and Implementation That Leads to Sustainability (Greta Colombi, NCSSLE (AIR) and Tim Duffey, NCSSLE (VTA)) Project GROW at Elk Grove Unified School District (video used in Sustainability training) Chicago, IL Chicago, IL noreply@air.org America/New_York public

On October 21, 2015 the Office of Safe and Healthy Students (OSHS) hosted "Safe and Healthy Students Preconference Meeting" for project directors of all OSHS grants. The goal of this meeting was to provide participants strategies for aligning and integrating evidence-based practices across programs and initiatives, with an eye towards implementation fidelity and sustainability, gain a better understanding of key related topics, and to share technical assistance needs. This page includes presentations Project Prevent and Elemenary and Secondary School Counselor grantees viewed during the meeting.

Morning Session

Hosted by the National PBIS Center

MTSS, Sustainability, and Implementation Capacity Development (Kate Heineman, Fremont Public Schools, Nebraska; George Sugai, Center on PBIS, University of Connecticut)*

Aligning Multiple Initatives (Justyn Poulos, Wisconsin, PBIS Network; Sheree Garvey, Appleton Area School District, Wisconsin; Rob Horner, University of Oregon)*

*These presentations are no longer on the PBIS Center website. For similar resources, check out the PBIS Center here: https://www.pbis.org/

Afternoon Session (for Project Prevent and Elementary and Secondary School Counselor Grantees)

Hosted by the National Center on Safe Supportive Learning Environments

Integrating Trauma-Sensitive Practices in Schools (Kathleen Guarino, NCSSLE (AIR))

Providing School-Based Mental Health Services (Elizabeth V. Freeman, AIR and Dr. Sharon Stephan, Center on School Mental Health)

Planning and Implementation That Leads to Sustainability (Greta Colombi, NCSSLE (AIR) and Tim Duffey, NCSSLE (VTA))

Project GROW at Elk Grove Unified School District (video used in Sustainability training)


American Institutes for Research

U.S. Department of Education

The contents of the National Center on Safe Supportive Learning Environments Web site were assembled under contracts from the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Safe and Supportive Schools to the American Institutes for Research (AIR), Contract Number  91990021A0020.

This Web site is operated and maintained by AIR. The contents of this Web site do not necessarily represent the policy or views of the U.S. Department of Education nor do they imply endorsement by the U.S. Department of Education.

©2021 American Institutes for Research — Disclaimer   |   Privacy Policy   |   Accessibility Statement