MTA’s Division of Training & Professional Learning and Bristol County District Attorney Thomas M. Quinn III are teaming up to offer a day of continuing education on Saturday, February 11, at Bristol Community College. Topics include creating trauma-sensitive classrooms, fostering resilience, building a suicide-safer school district and more.
Trainings are recommended for teachers, education support professionals, principals, school adjustment counselors, school resource and law enforcement officers, school nurses, superintendents, deans and community partners.
WHAT: Trauma-Sensitive Classrooms, Fostering Resilience, Building a Suicide-Safer School District
WHEN: Saturday, February 11, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
WHERE: Bristol Community College, 777 Elsbree Street, Fall River
WHO: Teachers, education support professionals, principals, school adjustment counselors, school resource and law enforcement officers, school nurses, superintendents, deans and community partners
COST: Free and open to all
About Safe School Summits
Safe School Summits bring together educators, elected officials, law enforcement and judicial personnel, social and health services providers, parents and community members to discuss and develop strategies that ensure safe, healthy school climates conducive to learning and teaching.
In partnership with Massachusetts district attorneys, the summits provide opportunities for collaboration as well as give educators the skills, tools and information to improve school environments.
The MTA supports and promotes Safe School Summits in Massachusetts with assistance from a three-year NEA Great Public Schools grant.
Contact: Jessica Parlon, MTA Division of Training and Professional Learning, firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-878-8153