• Community Justice and Support

    It is an understatement to say that the past few months have been unprecedented. The Coronavirus pandemic continues its path of devastation. The killing of George Floyd ricocheted throughout the world. Emerging from the dust is an unleashed hope, urgency and passion to battle this COVID-19 virus and to end the racist practices that have sidelined communities for generations. The creativity and heroism of educators will light our journey for a transformed society. Student Health and Human Services is here with supports and resources. 

    Please peruse this Human Relations, Diversity & Equity site for a plethora of resources, training and consultations on anti-racist practices, celebrating diversity, addressing bias and bullying, and LGBTQ+ affirming schools,

    Also visit Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports/Restorative Practices which utilize the restorative power of community building to engage students with their education and supports creating safe, respectful, responsible, resilient and restorative learning environments for all learners.

     

  • Visit Let's Talk for age-appropriate resources to talk with children about violence

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Coronavirus

What we can’t control might frightens us. Anxiety and suspicion rose as the Coronavirus pandemic spread. Crises evaluate both our humanity and our vulnerabilities. The resources offered here are for teachers, parents and students to support ourselves and each other during this time.

Coronavirus

 

 

Our Planet. Our Future. Act Now.

Now Matters Later

"What truly makes our country great is its diversity. I've seen that beauty in so many ways over the years. Whether we are born here or seek refuge here, there's a place for us all. We must remember it's not my America or your America. It's our America." Michelle Obama, 2019

In times of conflict, divisive rhetoric, and information overload, students benefit from opportunities for meaningful dialogue about the issues that we are facing today. Let’s Talk has articles and lesson plans on crises and conflicts, politics and government.

 

Talking Politics

 

Out for Safe Schools

Out for Safe Schools - Calendar Resources

LGBT Resources

Building Community. Addressing Bias

Videos and Public Service Announcements

Voices of Religion, Culture & Ethnicity

Videos and Public Service Announcements

Principals Toolkit

Reporting

Bullying Resources

Policies and Resolution

  • Out for Safe Schools Campaign

    Bullying We Stand Together  17+ Ways to Stand or Kneel for School Safety

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