Learn Strategies to Support Students in Distress and Reduce Violence in Schools
Recognize, Document, and Address Low-Level Concerns
Adopt a proactive approach to building a culture of school safety by empowering all staff with software to securely catalog concerns.
Develop a Holistic, Student-Centered Approach
Design enhanced support structures and wraparound services to address students in distress at the earliest opportunities.
Enact Early Intervention Methods
Learn how early intervention supports student wellbeing, prevents violence, and improves overall student outcomes
Use Technology to Build Student Chronologies
Explore how technology can reduce silos of information and streamline behavioral threat assessment.
“We cannot wait until a small problem has grown into a crisis before we take action. With a comprehensive, wraparound approach, our school counselors, nurses, psychologists, and social workers are better equipped to identify needs for services and support. They can take a truly proactive approach to student safety and wellbeing.”
Dewey G. Cornell, Ph.D., Principal developer of the Comprehensive School Threat Assessment Guidelines and forensic clinical psychologist, University of Virginia
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Lessons Learned Through the Years
The High Value of Low-Level Concerns How to recognize and document low-level concerns which are the first opportunity to help students in distress to improve their wellbeing.
A Student-Centered, Holistic Approach Explore components of an integrated approach, building student chronologies, expanding wraparound services, and steps for effective behavioral threat assessment.
The Role of Technology and Maintaining School Safety Technology empowers a broader community of staff to participate in building a culture of school safety in a streamlined and comprehensive manner. Choosing a knowledgeable partner aligned with best practices in student safety and wellbeing with a commitment to your overall goals optimizes your efforts towards success.
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