The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children® is a nonprofit corporation whose mission is to help find missing children, reduce child sexual exploitation, and prevent child victimization. Since 1984, NCMEC has served as the national clearinghouse and resource center for families, victims, private organizations, law enforcement, and the public on issues relating to missing and sexually exploited children. This presentation will provide participants an overview of the services and resources available at the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, as well as highlight key prevention programs and school friendly resources to help keep children safe.
“A school is a building with four walls – with tomorrow inside.”
This informative webinar will guide you in the multi-year process of planning and constructing your dream school building that will empower you to best teach the leaders of tomorrow. We will discuss creating a realistic timeline and plan of attack for constructing and financing your facility. We are excited to welcome three informative presenters to talk about their experiences with developing charter school facilities. Adam Miller, is the SVP of Strategic Partnerships of edTec, Inc. He will be joined by Will Robinson from Capital Impact Partners and Jennifer Afdahl-Rice from Pacific Charter School Development.
A shared vision; learn how to partner with donors to make a difference. This session will change the way you think about grants. Find out how to see your grant proposal from the funder’s perspective. Learn how to craft your message to meet their needs, and then develop your program, find your grant donor, and write a proposal that works. Developed by a grant writer who was a charter school director for 8 years and who has spent that last 6 months researching and evaluating grants, this session provides the answers you need to write a successful grant proposal.”
This course covers basic information about developing, implementing, and maintaining a school emergency operations plan (EOP). The goal of this course is to provide students with an understanding of the importance of schools having an EOP and basic information on how an EOP is developed, exercised, and maintained. The topics addressed in this course include: understanding incident management; forming the planning team; understanding the situation; developing school emergency operations plans; incorporating the Incident Command System principles and roles in the school emergency operations plan; training, exercising, and maintaining the school emergency operations plan.
Anxiety disorders are the most prevalent mental illness among youth, seriously affecting the way students function in school, experience life, and engage in relationships. This workshop will (1) describe different kinds of anxiety disorders and their related risk and protective factors, (2) teach educators how to reduce symptoms of anxiety through mindfulness and intentionality in the classroom, and (3) empower educators to de-escalate panic attacks and crisis situations using grounding techniques.