Safe and Secure Schools - Bomb Threats and Responding to Acts of Violence

Date
Jan. 19, 2018
Time
9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Hilton Garden Inn Airport
3422 E. Elwood Street
Phoenix AZ, 85040

The workshop is K-12 and includes electronic copies of template documents and a copy of the national bestseller school safety handbook, Safe and Secure Schools - 27 Strategies for Prevention and Intervention

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Safe and Secure Schools - Strategies for 21st Century Threats

Date
Jan. 22, 2018
Time
9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Hilton Garden Inn Hotel and Conference Center
17240 Bernado Center Drive
San Diego CA, 92128

The workshop is K-12 and includes electronic copies of template documents and a copy of the national bestseller school safety handbook, Safe and Secure Schools - 27 Strategies for Prevention and Intervention

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Safe and Secure Schools - Strategies for 21st Century Threats

Date
Jan. 23, 2018
Time
9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Ontario Gateway Hotel
2200 E. Holt Blvd
Ontario CA, 91761

The workshop is K-12 and includes electronic copies of template documents and a copy of the national bestseller school safety handbook, Safe and Secure Schools - 27 Strategies for Prevention and Intervention

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Safe and Secure Schools - Strategies for 21st Century Threats

Date
Jan. 24, 2018
Time
9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Hilton Garden Inn Hotel and Conference Center
520 W. Shaw
Clovis CA, 93612

The workshop is K-12 and includes electronic copies of template documents and a copy of the national bestseller school safety handbook, Safe and Secure Schools - 27 Strategies for Prevention and Intervention

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Safe and Secure Schools - Strategies for 21st Century Threats

Date
Jan. 25, 2018
Time
9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

DoubleTree Hilton Hotel and Conference Center
2001 Point West Way
Sacramento CA, 95815

The workshop is K-12 and includes electronic copies of template documents and a copy of the national bestseller school safety handbook, Safe and Secure Schools - 27 Strategies for Prevention and Intervention

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Safe and Secure Schools - Strategies for 21st Century Threats

Date
Jan. 26, 2018
Time
9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Holiday Inn Hotel and Conference Center
685 Manzanita
Chico CA, 95926

The workshop is K-12 and includes electronic copies of template documents and a copy of the national bestseller school safety handbook, Safe and Secure Schools - 27 Strategies for Prevention and Intervention

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Safe and Secure Schools - Strategies for 21st Century Threats

Date
Jan. 30, 2018
Time
9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Hilton Garden Inn Hotel and Conference Center
417 Aviation Blvd
Santa Rosa CA, 95403

The workshop is K-12 and includes electronic copies of template documents and a copy of the national bestseller school safety handbook, Safe and Secure Schools - 27 Strategies for Prevention and Intervention

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Safe and Secure Schools - Strategies for 21st Century Threats

Date
Jan. 31, 2018
Time
9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Hilton Garden Inn Hotel and Conference Center
30 Ranch Drive
Milpitas CA, 95035

The workshop is K-12 and includes electronic copies of template documents and a copy of the national bestseller school safety handbook, Safe and Secure Schools - 27 Strategies for Prevention and Intervention

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Safe and Secure Schools - Responding to 21st Century Threats

Date
Feb. 5, 2018
Time
9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Hilton Garden Inn Hotel and Conference Center
17879 Chicago St
Omaha NE, 68118

The workshop is K-12 and includes electronic copies of template documents and a copy of the national bestseller school safety handbook, Safe and Secure Schools - 27 Strategies for Prevention and Intervention

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Doing What Works: Restorative Practices, Relationships, and Managing Student Behaviors

Date
Feb. 8, 2018
Time
9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Hilton Garden Inn
959 Middle Road
Bettendorf IA, 52722

The interactive workshop “Doing What Works: Restorative Practices, Relationships, and Managing Student Behaviors” is designed to provide teachers, counselors, social workers, and administrators with strategies and resource materials that support the following objectives:
• Understanding the differences between traditional and restorative discipline
• Applying classroom management practices that facilitate a restorative environment
• Building relationships that support civility and mutual respect in both the classroom and throughout the school community
• Applying the principles of restorative practices in academic lessons while teaching at the highest levels of Bloom's Taxonomy
• Applying the format of restorative relationships to departmental and faculty meetings to model and support the practice throughout the school community

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Doing What Works: Restorative Practices, Relationships, and Managing Student Behaviors

Date
Feb. 9, 2018
Time
9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Hilton Garden Inn
8600 Northpark Drive
Johnston IA, 50131

The interactive workshop “Doing What Works: Restorative Practices, Relationships, and Managing Student Behaviors” is designed to provide teachers, counselors, social workers, and administrators with strategies and resource materials that support the following objectives:
• Understanding the differences between traditional and restorative discipline
• Applying classroom management practices that facilitate a restorative environment
• Building relationships that support civility and mutual respect in both the classroom and throughout the school community
• Applying the principles of restorative practices in academic lessons while teaching at the highest levels of Bloom's Taxonomy
• Applying the format of restorative relationships to departmental and faculty meetings to model and support the practice throughout the school community

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Doing What Works: Restorative Practices, Relationships, and Managing Student Behaviors

Date
Feb. 12, 2018
Time
9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Hilton Garden Inn
5971 Financial Plaza
Shreveport LA, 71129

The interactive workshop “Doing What Works: Restorative Practices, Relationships, and Managing Student Behaviors” is designed to provide teachers, counselors, social workers, and administrators with strategies and resource materials that support the following objectives:
• Understanding the differences between traditional and restorative discipline
• Applying classroom management practices that facilitate a restorative environment
• Building relationships that support civility and mutual respect in both the classroom and throughout the school community
• Applying the principles of restorative practices in academic lessons while teaching at the highest levels of Bloom's Taxonomy
• Applying the format of restorative relationships to departmental and faculty meetings to model and support the practice throughout the school community

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Doing What Works: Restorative Practices, Relationships, and Managing Student Behaviors

Date
Feb. 13, 2018
Time
9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Country Inn and Suites
2727 Monroe Highway 165
Pineville LA, 71360

The interactive workshop “Doing What Works: Restorative Practices, Relationships, and Managing Student Behaviors” is designed to provide teachers, counselors, social workers, and administrators with strategies and resource materials that support the following objectives:
• Understanding the differences between traditional and restorative discipline
• Applying classroom management practices that facilitate a restorative environment
• Building relationships that support civility and mutual respect in both the classroom and throughout the school community
• Applying the principles of restorative practices in academic lessons while teaching at the highest levels of Bloom's Taxonomy
• Applying the format of restorative relationships to departmental and faculty meetings to model and support the practice throughout the school community

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Doing What Works: Restorative Practices, Relationships, and Managing Student Behaviors

Date
Feb. 14, 2018
Time
9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.


TBA
Lake Charles LA,

The interactive workshop “Doing What Works: Restorative Practices, Relationships, and Managing Student Behaviors” is designed to provide teachers, counselors, social workers, and administrators with strategies and resource materials that support the following objectives:
• Understanding the differences between traditional and restorative discipline
• Applying classroom management practices that facilitate a restorative environment
• Building relationships that support civility and mutual respect in both the classroom and throughout the school community
• Applying the principles of restorative practices in academic lessons while teaching at the highest levels of Bloom's Taxonomy
• Applying the format of restorative relationships to departmental and faculty meetings to model and support the practice throughout the school community

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Doing What Works: Restorative Practices, Relationships, and Managing Student Behaviors

Date
Feb. 15, 2018
Time
9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Hilton Garden Inn
3330 Harding Blvd
Baton Rouge LA, 70807

The interactive workshop “Doing What Works: Restorative Practices, Relationships, and Managing Student Behaviors” is designed to provide teachers, counselors, social workers, and administrators with strategies and resource materials that support the following objectives:
• Understanding the differences between traditional and restorative discipline
• Applying classroom management practices that facilitate a restorative environment
• Building relationships that support civility and mutual respect in both the classroom and throughout the school community
• Applying the principles of restorative practices in academic lessons while teaching at the highest levels of Bloom's Taxonomy
• Applying the format of restorative relationships to departmental and faculty meetings to model and support the practice throughout the school community

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Doing What Works: Restorative Practices, Relationships, and Managing Student Behaviors

Date
Feb. 16, 2018
Time
9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

TBA

Vicksburg MS,

The interactive workshop “Doing What Works: Restorative Practices, Relationships, and Managing Student Behaviors” is designed to provide teachers, counselors, social workers, and administrators with strategies and resource materials that support the following objectives:
• Understanding the differences between traditional and restorative discipline
• Applying classroom management practices that facilitate a restorative environment
• Building relationships that support civility and mutual respect in both the classroom and throughout the school community
• Applying the principles of restorative practices in academic lessons while teaching at the highest levels of Bloom's Taxonomy
• Applying the format of restorative relationships to departmental and faculty meetings to model and support the practice throughout the school community

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