Proactive Measures Workshops

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Proactive Measures
is a professional development series led by Northeast Metro 916 Intermediate School District, designed as specialized training that provides teachers and school staff with evidence-based strategies that will empower them to support student success in their least restrictive setting. 

Participants have increased their skills in evidence-based practices, including trauma-informed care, multi-tiered support systems, behavior intervention, comprehensive literacy instruction, and structured teaching.

After attending the Proactive Measures workshops:

  • Training will increase teacher confidence in their ability to implement research-based strategies.
  • Participants gain skills in creating and implementing strategies to increase student independence.
  • Academic excellence improves, and students become more independent in pursuing academic goals.
  • Teachers and paraprofessionals will communicate more consistently about student needs.
  • Behavioral outcomes improve as educators have more positive interactions with students.
  • Training will provide tools to create integrated and layered systems to increase student learning and success.

If you have any questions about these workshops or whether you can be paid to attend, please feel free to reach out to Theresa Wallace at [email protected].


November 2023 Workshop:

Threat Assessment in Schools

Dates/Times:
November 30
| 8:30 - 3:30 pm with 1-hour break for lunch (not provided)
December 1 |  8:30 - 11:30 am

Location:
St. Anthony Community Center
3301 Silver Lake Rd. NE | St. Anthony, MN 55418

Cost:
$300/team of 4 to attend the training
*
Member districts will receive a discount on their invoice

Description:
This experiential learning session is meant for district leaders and school mental health providers. We will discuss protective and risk factors for suicidal behaviors and school violence. Participants will develop comprehensive procedures to prevent violence, assess risk, and respond effectively. Participants will be provided guidance to tailor their assessment to their school communities and to work together in teams to apply what they have learned through a series of case exercises.

Workshop Number/Identifier:
MH 102 Threat Assessment in Schools

Prerequisites: None

Participant Objectives:
Participants will:

  • Review relevant research related to threat assessments, including protective and risk factors.
  • Have the opportunity to review the Northeast Metro 916 procedure for school violence threat assessment and crisis assessment.
  • Develop proactive and reintegration strategies to mitigate harm.
  • Develop effective strategies for their district’s school-based response and intervention.
  • Apply their school-based responses and interventions to a series of case exercises.

Contact:
Theresa Wallace
Special Projects Manager
651-415-5602

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2023 Calendar

  • Nov. 30 & Dec. 1
    Threat Assessment in Schools 

2024 Calendar

  • TBH