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Violence Prevention Symposium – March 8, 2019

Date: 03-08-2019
Duration: 8:00 am - 8:30 am Check in; 8:30 am - 3:30 pm Symposium
Cost: 60.00

Cost:  $60 Individual, $0 LACOE employee**with valid email**

In today’s society, violence is prevalent in many forms, including gangs, bullying, child abuse, human trafficking and domestic violence. In many communities, acts of violence have become a daily occurrence often affecting our most vulnerable--children. These youth are more likely to experience higher rates of trauma and mental health issues and have a higher risk of school problems, often dropping out of school altogether. Assembly member Reggie Jones Sawyer coined the phrase “Post Traumatic Street Disorder”–referring to the multiple or prolonged exposure to trauma over a period of time by our youth. Schools are charged with keeping students safe at school making it critical for all schools to create a safe learning environment for all students.

This one-day workshop will focus on violence prevention efforts in schools and communities. The workshop will:

  • Highlight and examine local prevention strategies that promote positive school environment

  • Review best practices in developing protocols and partnerships that promote a safe school environment.

 

For more information and Registration Link:  http://lacoe.k12oms.org/2035-150373



Location:

Los Angeles County Office of Education, Room EC 281, 2nd floor
9300 Imperial Highway
Downey , CA 90242

Intended Audience:

Other

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Training of Trainers: Supporting Immigrant and Refugee Students - March 18, 2019

Date: 03-18-2019
Duration: 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM
Cost: .00

ABOUT
Educators across California are concerned about the stress students
express when discussing their family members’ immigration status. In
response, The Los Angeles County Office of Education, in partnership with
Californians Together, will offer a one-day professional learning session
on how to foster a safe and inclusive learning environment. Join us to gain
resources to support our students socially, emotionally, and academically. 

Training Includes: 

  • Standards-aligned grade-span classroom lesson modules addressing the social, emotional, and educational needs of students worried about immigration status of their families (K-2, 3-5, 6-12)
  • Interactive student-teacher scenarios for social 
    emotional learning 
  • Educator resources to create safe and welcoming schools, as well as other legal and educational resources.

INTENDED AUDIENCE
District and county professional development staff, teacher leaders,
English learner specialists and coordinators, Title I and Title III
administrators and specialists, leadership teams from the District, County,
or school site.  

COST: FREE! Training includes materials and lunch.  
Register: HERE
Password for Registration: LACOEimrel



Location:

Los Angeles County Office of Education - EC 100
9300 Imperial Highway
Downey, CA 90242

Intended Audience:

Other

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Piecing It Together: Educating Students Experiencing Homelessness or in Foster Care - May 23, 2019

Date: 05-23-2019
Duration: 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
Cost: 70.00

Over the past three years, we have needed to integrate many new State laws as well as Federal mandates introduced under the Every Student Succeeds Act. The implementation of these laws impacts the landscape for services for students experiencing homelessness and those in foster care. This all-day interactive workshop will cover the essentials that will assist the homeless and foster liaisons working in districts and charter schools. Laws, policies and promising practices will be highlighted; participants will be able to immediately apply the information as they work through real case scenarios. School and district-level staff who would benefit most from this workshop are homeless and foster youth liaisons, front office personnel, principals, assistant principals, deans, counselors, and new site and district administrators. Topics will include:

  • Homeless and foster youth liaison basics including identification, educational responsibilities, school placement, attendance, transportation, student records, equal access, and much more.
  • Federal and State laws, legislative changes, the impact on service, and promising practices.
  • Transportation
  • Data and documentation
  • LCAP alignment
  • LCFF and funding concerns
  • Access to early education services
  • Transition age youth and access to college
  • Community collaboration
  • And more….

Registration -- lacoe.k12oms.org/2141-153640



Location:

Almansor Court
700 South Almansor Street
Alhambra, CA 91801

Intended Audience:

Other

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