When searching for solutions to help students experiencing mental health crises, the Cherry Creek School District in Colorado decided to build their own daytime behavioral health facility with three levels of care.
The City of Aurora will use student data and information from local schools to help reduce and prevent youth violence. This approach includes identifying behavioral concerns and establishing a referral and case management process to connect students to services.
he National Dropout Prevention Center, a division of Successful Practices Network, announces the nation's first graduate of the Trauma-Skilled Specialist certification program. Melisa Sandoval, Support Director of Social Emotional Learning and Student Agency for Westminster Public Schools in Westminster, Colorado, completed the program earlier this month.
Provides a unifying framework for schools, families, and communities to understand, select, and organize their learning supports (i.e., strategies, programs, and practices used to create conditions to enhance learning).
With a nationwide psychiatrist shortage and diminished access to mental and behavioral health help, one school's community coordinator created "Healthy Island," a once empty room now dedicated to be a safe and therapeutic space for students.
Describes how REL Midwest will partner with multiple school districts to build school leaders’ capacity in using data to reduce disparities among student groups in their sense of belonging, disciplinary actions, and absenteeism through the Data-Informed Leadership for Equity (DILE) partnership.