Student Support Services PLOs


Contents

  1. 1 Annual Child Abuse and Maltreatment Designated Liaison Training 2018-19 - ALC, PreK, Attendance Teachers
  2. 2 Annual Child Abuse and Maltreatment Designated Liaison Training 2018-19 - All District Makeup
  3. 3 Annual Child Abuse and Maltreatment Designated Liaison Training 2018-19 - Districts 24 and 30
  4. 4 Annual Child Abuse and Maltreatment Designated Liaison Training 2018-19 District 25/26
  5. 5 Consolidated Plan Clinic (AM Session)
  6. 6 Consolidated Plan Clinic (PM session)
  7. 7 Creating Suicide Safety in School: A Team Approach
  8. 8 How to Leverage Social-Emotional Growth through Data  
  9. 9 Investigation and Documentation of Incidents - 10/22
  10. 10 Investigation and Documentation of Incidents - 12/14
  11. 11 Restorative Practices
  12. 12 Therapeutic Crisis Intervention in Schools (TCIS) Cohort 38
  13. 13 Therapeutic Crisis Intervention in Schools (TCIS) Cohort 39
  14. 14 Therapeutic Crisis Intervention in Schools (TCIS) Cohort 40
  15. 15 Making Educators Partners in Youth Suicide Prevention Cohort 1
  16. 16 Making Educators Partners in Youth Suicide Prevention Cohort 3
  17. 17 Making Educators Partners (MEP) in Youth Suicide Prevention Cohort 4
  18. 18 Making Educators Partners (MEP) in Youth Suicide Prevention Cohort 5
  19. 19 Making Educators Partners (MEP) in Youth Suicide Prevention Cohort 6
  20. 20 Section 504 Accommodation Services, How to Effectively Implement and Develop 504 Accommodations Plans Cohort 2
  21. 21 Section 504 Accommodation Services, How to Effectively Implement and Develop 504 Accommodations Plans Cohort 3
  22. 22 School Health 101: Immunization Compliance and Student Health Services to Support Academic Achievement Cohort 2
  23. 23 School Health 101: Immunization Compliance and Student Health Services to Support Academic Achievement Cohort 3
  24. 24 Vision Screening Training Techniques For All Students Cohort 2
  25. 25 Vision Screening Training Techniques For All Students Cohort 3

If listings are closed, feel free to e-mail the facilitator and we will do our best to accommodate you.

Annual Child Abuse and Maltreatment Designated Liaison Training 2018-19 - ALC, PreK, Attendance Teachers

H032

Teaching and Learning: Student Support Services

Annual Child Abuse and Maltreatment Designated Liaison Training 2018-19 - ALC, PreK, Attendance Teachers

Professional Learning Description

Locations, Dates, Times

Requirements and Registration

Anticipated Outcomes:

This training prepares the designated liaison to support the obligations of school personnel to report suspected child abuse and maltreatment, cooperate with investigations conducted by child protective service workers, and escalate concerns regarding absences of students involved with the Administration for Children's Services in accordance with CR A-750

As the Designated Child Abuse Liaisons, participants are required to train and support staff throughout the year with identification and reporting of suspected child abuse cases. To ensure the Liaisons are prepared they will gain an understanding of their roles and responsibilities as well as:
- ACS Protocols and recent changes
- SSL 413 and Chancellor's Regulation A-750
- Educational Neglect and Attendance Protocols


PL Type: Training


QR: 5.1

Danielson: 4E

Framework: Strong Family-Community Ties

Location:

DOE Office: Linden Place - Room 407
Fourth Floor
30-48 Linden Place
Queens, NY 11354


Times:

8:30 AM - 2:30 PM


Dates:

Friday, September 14, 2018



Requirements:


Grade Band: All Schools (K-12)


Target Audience:

Designated Liaisons





CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

CTLE Eligibility:

This offering is NOT CTLE eligible


Facilitators:

Donna Brailsford


Please email dbrails@strongschools.nyc with any questions.



Annual Child Abuse and Maltreatment Designated Liaison Training 2018-19 - All District Makeup

H035

Teaching and Learning: Student Support Services

Annual Child Abuse and Maltreatment Designated Liaison Training 2018-19 - All District Makeup

Professional Learning Description

Locations, Dates, Times

Requirements and Registration

Anticipated Outcomes:

This training prepares the designated liaison to support the obligations of school personnel to report suspected child abuse and maltreatment, cooperate with investigations conducted by child protective service workers, and escalate concerns regarding absences of students involved with the Administration for Children's Services in accordance with CR A-750

As the Designated Child Abuse Liaisons, participants are required to train and support staff throughout the year with identification and reporting of suspected child abuse cases. To ensure the Liaisons are prepared they will gain an understanding of their roles and responsibilities as well as:
- ACS Protocols and recent changes
- SSL 413 and Chancellor's Regulation A-750
- Educational Neglect and Attendance Protocols


PL Type: Training


QR: 5.1

Danielson: 4E

Framework: Strong Family-Community Ties

Location:

DOE Office: Linden Place - Room 407
Fourth Floor
30-48 Linden Place
Queens, NY 11354


Times:

8:30 AM - 2:30 PM


Dates:

Tuesday, October 23, 2018



Requirements:


Grade Band: All Schools (K-12)


Target Audience:

Designated Liaisons





CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

CTLE Eligibility:

This offering is NOT CTLE eligible


Facilitators:

Donna Brailsford


Please email dbrails@strongschools.nyc with any questions.



Annual Child Abuse and Maltreatment Designated Liaison Training 2018-19 - Districts 24 and 30

H033

Teaching and Learning: Student Support Services

Annual Child Abuse and Maltreatment Designated Liaison Training 2018-19 - Districts 24 and 30

Professional Learning Description

Locations, Dates, Times

Requirements and Registration

Anticipated Outcomes:

This training prepares the designated liaison to support the obligations of school personnel to report suspected child abuse and maltreatment, cooperate with investigations conducted by child protective service workers, and escalate concerns regarding absences of students involved with the Administration for Children's Services in accordance with CR A-750

As the Designated Child Abuse Liaisons, participants are required to train and support staff throughout the year with identification and reporting of suspected child abuse cases. To ensure the Liaisons are prepared they will gain an understanding of their roles and responsibilities as well as:
- ACS Protocols and recent changes
- SSL 413 and Chancellor's Regulation A-750
- Educational Neglect and Attendance Protocols


PL Type: Training


QR: 5.1

Danielson: 4E

Framework: Trust

Location:

Sutphin DOE Office
Second Floor Conference Room
90-27 Sutphin Blvd
Jamaica, NY 11435


Times:

8:30 AM - 2:30 PM


Dates:

Wednesday, October 03, 2018


Requirements:


Grade Band: All Schools (K-12)


Target Audience:

Designated Liaisons





CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

CTLE Eligibility:

This offering is NOT CTLE eligible


Facilitators:

Donna Brailsford


Please email dbrails@strongschools.nyc with any questions.



Annual Child Abuse and Maltreatment Designated Liaison Training 2018-19 District 25/26

H031

Teaching and Learning: Student Support Services

Annual Child Abuse and Maltreatment Designated Liaison Training 2018-19 District 25/26

Professional Learning Description

Locations, Dates, Times

Requirements and Registration

Anticipated Outcomes:

This training prepares the designated liaison to support the obligations of school personnel to report suspected child abuse and maltreatment, cooperate with investigations conducted by child protective service workers, and escalate concerns regarding absences of students involved with the Administration for Children's Services in accordance with CR A-750

As the Designated Child Abuse Liaisons, participants are required to train and support staff throughout the year with identification and reporting of suspected child abuse cases. To ensure the Liaisons are prepared they will gain an understanding of their roles and responsibilities as well as:
- ACS Protocols and recent changes
- SSL 413 and Chancellor's Regulation A-750
- Educational Neglect and Attendance Protocols


PL Type: Training


QR: 5.1

Danielson: 4E

Framework: Strong Family-Community Ties

Location:

DOE Office: Linden Place - Room 407
Fourth Floor
30-48 Linden Place
Queens, NY 11354


Times:

8:30 AM - 2:30 PM


Dates:

Monday, September 24, 2018



Requirements:


Grade Band: All Schools (K-12)


Target Audience:

Designated Liaisons





CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

CTLE Eligibility:

This offering is NOT CTLE eligible


Facilitators:

Donna Brailsford


Please email dbrails@strongschools.nyc with any questions.



Consolidated Plan Clinic (AM Session)

H055

Teaching and Learning: Student Support Services

Consolidated Plan Clinic (AM Session)

Professional Learning Description

Locations, Dates, Times

Requirements and Registration

Anticipated Outcomes:

Participants will be able to understand and create a comprehensive Consolidated Plan that supports school wide success in the following areas:

- Attendance improvement
- Child abuse and neglect prevention and intervention
- Crisis intervention
- Support for students in temporary housing
- "Respect for All" (bias and sexual harassment prevention and intervention)
- Military Opt-Out
- Services in Schools Initiative


PL Type: Informational Session


QR: 5.1

Danielson: 4E

Framework: Supportive Environment

Location:

DOE Office: Linden Place - Computer Lab Sixth Floor

30-48 Linden Place

Queens, NY 11354


Times:

8:30 AM - 11:30 AM


Dates:

Tuesday, October 16, 2018


Requirements: Participant must have access as Cons Plan Designee


Grade Band: All Schools (K-12)


Target Audience:

Administrators, School Counselors, Consolidated Plan Designee





Click here to register

CTLE Eligibility:

This offering is NOT CTLE eligible


Facilitators:

Donna Brailsford, Peter McHugh, Sean Brandeis


Please email dbrails@strongschools.nyc with any questions.



Consolidated Plan Clinic (PM session)

H087

Student Support Services

Consolidated Plan Clinic (PM session)

Professional Learning Description

Locations, Dates, Times

Requirements and Registration

Anticipated Outcomes:

Participants will be able to understand and create a comprehensive Consolidated Plan that supports school wide success in the following areas: - Attendance improvement - Child abuse and neglect prevention and intervention - Crisis intervention - Support for students in temporary housing - "Respect for All" (bias and sexual harassment prevention and intervention) - Military Opt-Out - Services in Schools Initiative


PL Type: Informational Session(s)


QR: 5.1

Danielson:

Framework: Supportive Environment

Location:

DOE Office: Linden Place - Computer Lab Sixth Floor

30-48 Linden Place

Queens, NY 11354


Times:

12:00 PM - 3:00 PM


Dates:

Tuesday, October 16, 2018



Requirements: Participant must have access as Cons Plan Designee


Grade Band: All Schools (K-12)


Target Audience:

Administrators, School Counselors, Consolidated Plan Designee





Click here to register

CTLE Eligibility:

This offering is NOT CTLE eligible


Facilitators:

Donna Brailsford, Peter McHugh


Please email dbrails@strongschools.nyc with any questions.



Creating Suicide Safety in School: A Team Approach

H058

Teaching and Learning: Student Support Services

Creating Suicide Safety in School: A Team Approach

Professional Learning Description

Locations, Dates, Times

Requirements and Registration

Anticipated Outcomes:

This workshop is designed to help school crisis planning teams:
• Assess existing suicide prevention and response readiness
• Receive guidance in current best practice in school based suicide prevention
• Develop a customized implemental plan
• Access free and low cost resources

We provide a model that looks at 4 basic categories of preparedness:
1.Staff preparedness – training and protocols for faculty and ancillary staff to recognize warning signs and know what they are expected to do about it.  
2.Resilient students – developmentally appropriate education programming to support protection and resilience.
3.Plan for assisting students at risk – tools, guidance and training for administrators and pupil services staff to support students at risk by providing some preliminary risk assessment, and making effective referrals to the appropriate level of care.
4. A planned response following a suicide of a school community member.

Two foundational supports:
•Policies, protocols and procedures
•Community/parent engagement and support


PL Type: Professional Learning One Day


QR: 5.1

Danielson: 2A, 4E

Framework: Supportive Environment

Location:

26Q266

P.S./I.S. 266

74-10 Commonwealth Boulevard Queens, NY 11426


Times:

8:30 AM - 2:30 PM


Dates:

Monday, November 19, 2018



Requirements:


Grade Band: All Schools (K-12)


Target Audience:

Administrators, Teachers, School Counselors, Crisis Team members


Schools will receive Per Diem reimbursement for a substitute who covers an individual sent out of the building for this training.



Click here to register

CTLE Eligibility:

Pedagogy


Facilitators:

Carine Jean-Pierre, Donna Brailsford


Please email cpierre@strongschools.nyc with any questions.




How to Leverage Social-Emotional Growth through Data  

H132

Student Support Services

How to Leverage Social-Emotional Growth through Data  

Professional Learning Description

Locations, Dates, Times

Requirements and Registration

Anticipated Outcomes:

This will be a three-part professional learning opportunity series, designed to enhance climate and culture, supporting schools in fostering a positive environment.  

Each school will see gains in their students' social and emotional growth as measured through multiple data points.  We will collaborate to share in best practices, as well as develop a realistic, time-bound, individual plan to address equity and ensure that all students have access to a meaningful education, which begins by understanding needs and building strong relationships.  

In addition to these three whole group sessions, each school will receive direct support at their building by member(s) of the Student Services Team.  These visits will help our team provide focused and tailored feedback targeted to address the school’s individual needs. The Principal and/or Assistant Principal, will be required to attend, along with key staff members who will collaborate with the Student Services Team and implement the plans of action developed to bring about long term positive changes to their school’s culture.


PL Type: Professional Learning Cycle


QR: 1.3, 3.1, 4.2

Danielson: 2A, 2D, 3C

Framework: Supportive Environment, Effective School Leadership, Strong Family-Community Ties

Location:

DOE Office: Linden Place - Room 407 Fourth Floor

30-48 Linden Place Queens, NY 11354


Times:

8:30 AM - 2:30 PM


Dates:

Thursday, October 04, 2018
Friday, November 9, 2018
Monday, December 17, 2018


For cycles with multiple sessions, participants are expected to attend all dates in the session.

Requirements: Principal and/or Assistant Principal must accompany their team  


Grade Band: All Schools (K-12)


Target Audience:

Administrators, Teachers, School Counselors





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CTLE Eligibility:

This offering is NOT CTLE eligible


Facilitators:

Peter McHugh, Donna Brailsford , Sean Brandeis


Please email PMcHugh3@schools.nyc.gov with any questions.


Investigation and Documentation of Incidents - 10/22

H056

Teaching and Learning: Student Support Services

Investigation and Documentation of Incidents - 10/22

Professional Learning Description

Locations, Dates, Times

Requirements and Registration

Anticipated Outcomes:

Participants will have a greater understanding of how to investigate and document incidents in OORS and SOHO, which includes, but is not limited to:
-Completing the determination reports
-Chancellor's Regulation A-832.
-Updating incidents involving Bullying and Suicide Ideations
-Preparation of materials for Principals Suspensions and Superintendent Suspensions.  
-Use of the OORS Data Management System.
-Sharing in best practices.


PL Type: Training


QR: 1.4, 4.2, 5.1

Danielson: 2A, 2D, 4E

Framework: Supportive Environment, Effective School Leadership, Trust

Location:

Location TBD


Times:

8:30 AM - 2:30 PM


Dates:

Monday, October 22, 2018



Requirements:


Grade Band: All Schools (K-12)


Target Audience:

Administrators, Teachers, School Counselors, Deans and other personnel who are responsible for investigating and documenting incidents in OORS/SOHO, as well as making parental outreach, and disseminating information.





Click here to register

CTLE Eligibility:

This offering is NOT CTLE eligible


Facilitators:

Peter McHugh, Sean Brandeis


Please email PMcHugh3@strongschools.nyc with any questions.



Investigation and Documentation of Incidents - 12/14

H057

Teaching and Learning: Student Support Services

Investigation and Documentation of Incidents - 12/14

Professional Learning Description

Locations, Dates, Times

Requirements and Registration

Anticipated Outcomes:

Participants will have a greater understanding of how to investigate and document incidents in OORS and SOHO, which includes, but is not limited to:
-Completing the determination reports
-Chancellor's Regulation A-832.
-Updating incidents involving Bullying and Suicide Ideations
-Preparation of materials for Principals Suspensions and Superintendent Suspensions.  
-Use of the OORS Data Management System.
-Sharing in best practices.


PL Type: Training


QR: 1.4, 4.2, 5.1

Danielson: 2A, 2D, 4E

Framework: Supportive Environment, Effective School Leadership, Trust

Location:

DOE Office: Queens Plaza - Computer Lab Fourth Floor 28-11 Queens Plaza North Queens, NY 11101


Times:

8:30 AM - 2:30 PM


Dates:

Friday, December 14, 2018



Requirements:


Grade Band: All Schools (K-12)


Target Audience:

Administrators, Teachers, School Counselors, Deans and other personnel who are responsible for investigating and documenting incidents in OORS/SOHO, as well as making parental outreach, and disseminating information.





Click here to register

CTLE Eligibility:

This offering is NOT CTLE eligible


Facilitators:

Peter McHugh, Sean Brandeis


Please email PMcHugh3@strongschools.nyc with any questions.



Restorative Practices

H059

Teaching and Learning: Student Support Services

Restorative Practices

Professional Learning Description

Locations, Dates, Times

Requirements and Registration

Anticipated Outcomes:

The Queens North FSC would like to offer you a great opportunity to participate in Restorative Practices, which includes Restorative Justice and Restorative Circles.  These practices will lead to:

• A safer, more caring environment
• A more effective teaching and learning environment
• A greater staff capacity to deal with challenging situations
• A reduction in bullying and other interpersonal conflicts
• Reductions in suspensions (Principals and Superintendents)
• A greater awareness of the importance of connections with young people (the need to belong and feel valued by peers and significant adults)
• Greater emphasis on responses to inappropriate behavior that seek to reconnect, and not further disconnect, young people
• An increased belief in the ability of young people to take responsibility for their choices, and more people giving them opportunities to do so
• Effective communication skills through active listening.


PL Type: Professional Learning Cycle


QR: 1.4

Danielson: 2A

Framework: Supportive Environment

Location:

25Q499
The Queens College School for Math, Science and Technology
148-20 Reeves Avenue
Queens, NY 11367


Times:

8:30 AM - 2:30 PM


Dates:

Wednesday, November 07, 2018
Thursday, November 08, 2018
Tuesday, November 13, 2018
Friday, November 16, 2018
Tuesday, November 20, 2018


For cycles with multiple sessions, participants are expected to attend all dates in the session.

Requirements: Participants must attend all five days


Grade Band: All Schools (K-12)


Target Audience:

Administrators, Teachers, Paraprofessionals, Secretaries, School Counselors





Click here to register

CTLE Eligibility:

Pedagogy


Facilitators:

Peter McHugh, Sean Brandeis, Donna Brailsford


Please email pmchugh3@strongschools.nyc with any questions.



Therapeutic Crisis Intervention in Schools (TCIS) Cohort 38

H052

Teaching and Learning: Student Support Services

Therapeutic Crisis Intervention in Schools (TCIS) Cohort 38

Professional Learning Description

Locations, Dates, Times

Requirements and Registration

Anticipated Outcomes:

Upon successful completion of all course requirements, participants will be certified practitioners of TCIS trained to
- Proactively prevent and/or de-escalate potential crisis situations with students
- Process the crisis event with students to help improve their coping strategies
- Manage crisis situations to reduce the risk of harm to students and staff


PL Type: Professional Learning Cycle


QR: 1.4, 3.1, 4.2

Danielson: 2A, 2D, 4E

Framework: Collaborative Teachers, Supportive Environment, Trust

Location:

26Q067
J.H.S. 067 Louis Pasteur
51-60 Marathon Parkway
Queens, NY 11362


Times:

8:30 AM - 3:00 PM


Dates:

Monday, September 24, 2018
Tuesday, September 25, 2018
Monday, October 01, 2018
Tuesday, October 02, 2018


For cycles with multiple sessions, participants are expected to attend all dates in the session.

Requirements: All participants must attend the 4 days and pass a written assessment


Grade Band: All Schools (K-12)


Target Audience:

Administrators, Teachers, Paraprofessionals, Secretaries, School Counselors





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CTLE Eligibility:

English Language Learning


Facilitators:

Peter McHugh, Donna Brailsford , Sean Brandeis


Please email PMcHugh3@strongschools.nyc  with any questions.



Therapeutic Crisis Intervention in Schools (TCIS) Cohort 39

H053

Teaching and Learning: Student Support Services

Therapeutic Crisis Intervention in Schools (TCIS) Cohort 39

Professional Learning Description

Locations, Dates, Times

Requirements and Registration

Anticipated Outcomes:

Upon successful completion of all course requirements, participants will be certified practitioners of TCIS trained to
- Proactively prevent and/or de-escalate potential crisis situations with students
- Process the crisis event with students to help improve their coping strategies
- Manage crisis situations to reduce the risk of harm to students and staff


PL Type: Professional Learning Cycle


QR: 1.4, 3.1, 4.2

Danielson: 2A, 2D, 4E

Framework: Collaborative Teachers, Supportive Environment, Trust

Location:

25Q250
I.S. 250 The Robert F. Kennedy Community Middle School
158-40 76 Road
Queens, NY 11366


Times:

8:30 AM - 3:00 PM


Dates:

Thursday, November 29, 2018
Friday, November 30, 2018
Monday, December 03, 2018
Tuesday, December 04, 2018


For cycles with multiple sessions, participants are expected to attend all dates in the session.

Requirements: All participants must attend all four days and pass a written assessment


Grade Band: All Schools (K-12)


Target Audience:

Administrators, Teachers, Paraprofessionals, Secretaries, School Counselors





Click here to register

CTLE Eligibility:

English Language Learning


Facilitators:

Peter McHugh, Donna Brailsford , Sean Brandeis


Please email PMcHugh3@strongschools.nyc  with any questions.



Therapeutic Crisis Intervention in Schools (TCIS) Cohort 40

H054

Teaching and Learning: Student Support Services

Therapeutic Crisis Intervention in Schools (TCIS) Cohort 40

Professional Learning Description

Locations, Dates, Times

Requirements and Registration

Anticipated Outcomes:

Upon successful completion of all course requirements, participants will be certified practitioners of TCIS trained to
- Proactively prevent and/or de-escalate potential crisis situations with students
- Process the crisis event with students to help improve their coping strategies
- Manage crisis situations to reduce the risk of harm to students and staff


PL Type: Professional Learning Cycle


QR: 1.4, 3.1, 4.2

Danielson: 2A, 2D, 4E

Framework: Collaborative Teachers, Supportive Environment, Trust

Location:

26Q172
Irwin Altman Middle School 172
81-14 257 Street
Queens, NY 11004


Times:

8:30 AM - 3:00 PM


Dates:

Monday, December 10, 2018
Thursday, December 13, 2018
Tuesday, December 18, 2018
Thursday, December 20, 2018


For cycles with multiple sessions, participants are expected to attend all dates in the session.

Requirements: All participants must attend all four days and pass a written assessment


Grade Band: All Schools (K-12)


Target Audience:

Administrators, Teachers, Paraprofessionals, Secretaries, School Counselors





Click here to register

CTLE Eligibility:

English Language Learning


Facilitators:

Peter McHugh , Donna Brailsford , Sean Brandeis


Please email PMcHugh3@strongschools.nyc  with any questions.




Making Educators Partners in Youth Suicide Prevention Cohort 1

H181

Student Support Services

Making Educators Partners in Youth Suicide Prevention Cohort 1

Professional Learning Description

Locations, Dates, Times

Requirements and Registration

Anticipated Outcomes:

•Increase knowledge of the prevalence of
suicide
•Understand the concept of the
competent community as it relates to
suicide prevention
•Recognize your role in the prevention
process
•Describe the role of risk and protective
factors in preventing suicide
•Understand and identify  suicide warning signs

PL Type: Professional Learning One Day


QR: 1.4, 1.3, 5.1

Danielson: 2A, 2D, 4E

Framework: Supportive Environment, Strong Family-Community Ties, Trust

Location:

TBD


Times:

2:30 PM - 3:30 PM


Dates:

Monday, November 05, 2018


Requirements:


Grade Band: All Schools (K-12)


Target Audience:

School Staff, Administrators and Support Staff





Click here to register

CTLE Eligibility:

This offering is NOT CTLE eligible


Facilitators:

Donna Brailsford, Carine Jean-Pierre Destin, Sean Brandeis,  Peter McHugh, Gillian Smith


Please email dbrails@@schools.nyc.gov with any questions.



Making Educators Partners in Youth Suicide Prevention Cohort 3

H250

Student Support Services

Making Educators Partners (MEP) in Youth Suicide Prevention Cohort 3

Professional Learning Description

Locations, Dates, Times

Requirements and Registration

Anticipated Outcomes:

Increase knowledge of the prevalence of suicide

•Understand the concept of the competent community as it relates to suicide prevention

•Recognize your role in the prevention process

•Describe the role of risk and protective factors in preventing suicide

•Understand and identify  suicide warning signs



PL Type: Professional Learning One Day


QR: 1.4, 1.3, 5.1

Danielson: 2A, 2D, 4E

Framework: Supportive Environment, Strong Family-Community Ties, Trust

Location:

TBD


Times:

2:30 PM - 3:30 PM


Dates:

Monday, November 19, 2018


For cycles with multiple sessions, participants are expected to attend all dates in the session.

Requirements:


Grade Band: All Schools (K-12)


Target Audience:

School Staff, Administrators and Support Staff





Click here to register

CTLE Eligibility:

This offering is NOT CTLE eligible


Facilitators:

Carine Jean-Pierre Destin, Donna Brailsford, Sean Brandeis,  Peter McHugh, Gillian Smith


Please email cpierre@schools.nyc.gov with any questions.




Making Educators Partners (MEP) in Youth Suicide Prevention Cohort 4

H251

Student Support Services

Making Educators Partners (MEP) in Youth Suicide Prevention Cohort 4

Professional Learning Description

Locations, Dates, Times

Requirements and Registration

Anticipated Outcomes:

Increase knowledge of the prevalence of suicide

•Understand the concept of the competent community as it relates to suicide prevention

•Recognize your role in the prevention process

•Describe the role of risk and protective factors in preventing suicide

•Understand and identify  suicide warning signs


PL Type: Professional Learning One Day


QR: 1.4, 1.3, 5.1

Danielson: 2A, 2D, 4E

Framework: Supportive Environment, Strong Family-Community Ties, Trust

Location:

TBD


Times:

2:30 PM - 3:30 PM


Dates:

Monday, November 26, 2018


For cycles with multiple sessions, participants are expected to attend all dates in the session.

Requirements:


Grade Band: All Schools (K-12)


Target Audience:

School Staff, Administrators and Support Staff





Click here to register

CTLE Eligibility:

This offering is NOT CTLE eligible


Facilitators:

Carine Jean-Pierre Destin, Donna Brailsford, Sean Brandeis,  Peter McHugh, Gillian Smith


Please email cpierre@schools.nyc.gov with any questions.



Making Educators Partners (MEP) in Youth Suicide Prevention Cohort 5

H252

Student Support Services

Making Educators Partners (MEP) in Youth Suicide Prevention Cohort 5

Professional Learning Description

Locations, Dates, Times

Requirements and Registration

Anticipated Outcomes:

Increase knowledge of the prevalence of suicide

•Understand the concept of the competent community as it relates to suicide prevention

•Recognize your role in the prevention process

•Describe the role of risk and protective factors in preventing suicide

•Understand and identify  suicide warning signs



PL Type: Professional Learning One Day


QR: 1.4, 1.3, 5.1

Danielson: 2A, 2D, 4E

Framework: Supportive Environment, Strong Family-Community Ties, Trust

Location:

TBD


Times:

2:30 PM - 3:30 PM


Dates:

Monday, December 03, 2018


For cycles with multiple sessions, participants are expected to attend all dates in the session.

Requirements:


Grade Band: All Schools (K-12)


Target Audience:

School Staff, Administrators and Support Staff





Click here to register

CTLE Eligibility:

This offering is NOT CTLE eligible


Facilitators:

Carine Jean-Pierre Destin, Donna Brailsford, Sean Brandeis,  Peter McHugh, Gillian Smith


Please email cpierre@schools.nyc.gov with any questions.



Making Educators Partners (MEP) in Youth Suicide Prevention Cohort 6

H253

Student Support Services

Making Educators Partners (MEP) in Youth Suicide Prevention Cohort 6

Professional Learning Description

Locations, Dates, Times

Requirements and Registration

Anticipated Outcomes:

Increase knowledge of the prevalence of suicide

•Understand the concept of the competent community as it relates to suicide prevention

•Recognize your role in the prevention process

•Describe the role of risk and protective factors in preventing suicide

•Understand and identify  suicide warning signs



PL Type: Professional Learning One Day


QR: 1.4, 1.3, 5.1

Danielson: 2A, 2D, 4E

Framework: Supportive Environment, Trust

Location:

TBD


Times:

2:30 PM - 3:30 PM


Dates:

Monday, December 10, 2018


For cycles with multiple sessions, participants are expected to attend all dates in the session.

Requirements:


Grade Band: All Schools (K-12)


Target Audience:

School Staff, Administrators and Support Staff





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CTLE Eligibility:

This offering is NOT CTLE eligible


Facilitators:

Carine Jean-Pierre Destin, Donna Brailsford, Sean Brandeis,  Peter McHugh, Gillian Smith


Please email cpierre@schools.nyc.gov with any questions.



Section 504 Accommodation Services, How to Effectively Implement and Develop 504 Accommodations Plans Cohort 2

H235

Student Support Services

Section 504 Accommodation Services, How to Effectively Implement and Develop 504 Accommodations Plans Cohort 2

Professional Learning Description

Locations, Dates, Times

Requirements and Registration

Anticipated Outcomes:

Participants will have an understanding of Chancellor's Regulation A-710 which will allow them to develop, request and effectively implement 504 Accommodations Plans


PL Type: Professional Learning One Day


QR:

Danielson:

Framework: Supportive Environment, Strong Family-Community Ties, Trust

Location:

24Q113 P.S./I.S. 113 Anthony J. Pranzo 78-23 87th Street Queens, NY 11385

Times:

9:00 AM - 11:30 AM


Dates:

Friday, November 16, 2018



Requirements:


Grade Band: All Schools (K-12)


Target Audience:

School 504 Coordinators and Administrators





Click here to register

CTLE Eligibility:

This offering is NOT CTLE eligible


Facilitators:

Carine Jean-Pierre Destin


Please email cpierre@schools.nyc.gov with any questions.



Section 504 Accommodation Services, How to Effectively Implement and Develop 504 Accommodations Plans Cohort 3

H236

Student Support Services

Section 504 Accommodation Services, How to Effectively Implement and Develop 504 Accommodations Plans Cohort 3

Professional Learning Description

Locations, Dates, Times

Requirements and Registration

Anticipated Outcomes:

Participants will have an understanding of Chancellor's Regulation A-710 which will allow them to develop, request and effectively implement 504 Accommodations Plans


PL Type: Professional Learning One Day


QR:

Danielson:

Framework: Supportive Environment, Strong Family-Community Ties, Trust

Location:

26Q376 P.S. 376 210-21 48 Avenue Queens, NY 11364


Times:

9:00 AM - 11:30 AM


Dates:

Friday, December 14, 2018



Requirements:


Grade Band: All Schools (K-12)


Target Audience:

School 504 Coordinators and Administrators





Click here to register

CTLE Eligibility:

This offering is NOT CTLE eligible


Facilitators:

Carine Jean-Pierre Destin


Please email cpierre@schools.nyc.gov with any questions.




School Health 101: Immunization Compliance and Student Health Services to Support Academic Achievement Cohort 2

H237

Student Support Services

School Health 101: Immunization Compliance and Student Health Services to Support Academic Achievement Cohort 2

Professional Learning Description

Locations, Dates, Times

Requirements and Registration

Anticipated Outcomes:

Participants will have an understanding of:  

- Immunization procedures including the exemption and exclusion process,

- Vision screening requirements,  

- 504 accommodation protocol and procedures, AED/CPR mandate, and

- Communicable diseases reporting and other related student health services reports.

We will also discuss how the Health Director and Office of School Health support schools.


PL Type: Professional Learning One Day


QR:

Danielson:

Framework: Supportive Environment, Strong Family-Community Ties, Trust

Location:

25Q379 College Point Collaborative 12406 14th Avenue Queens, NY 11356


Times:

9:00 AM - 11:30 AM


Dates:

Friday, October 26, 2018


Requirements:


Grade Band: All Schools (K-12)


Target Audience:

Pupil Accounting Secretaries, Health School Aides and Administrators





Click here to register

CTLE Eligibility:

This offering is NOT CTLE eligible


Facilitators:

Carine Jean-Pierre Destin


Please email cpierre@schools.nyc.gov with any questions.



School Health 101: Immunization Compliance and Student Health Services to Support Academic Achievement Cohort 3

H239

Student Support Services

School Health 101: Immunization Compliance and Student Health Services to Support Academic Achievement Cohort 3

Professional Learning Description

Locations, Dates, Times

Requirements and Registration

Anticipated Outcomes:

Participants will have an understanding of:  

- Immunization procedures including the exemption and exclusion process,

- Vision screening requirements,  

- 504 accommodation protocol and procedures, AED/CPR mandate, and

- Communicable diseases reporting and other related student health services reports.

We will also discuss how the Health Director and Office of School Health support schools.


PL Type: Professional Learning One Day


QR:

Danielson:

Framework: Supportive Environment, Strong Family-Community Ties, Trust

Location:

24Q113 P.S./I.S. 113 Anthony J. Pranzo 78-23 87th Street Queens, NY 11385


Times:

12:00 PM - 2:30 PM


Dates:

Friday, November 16, 2018


Requirements:


Grade Band: All Schools (K-12)


Target Audience:

Pupil Accounting Secretaries, Health School Aides and Administrators





Click here to register

CTLE Eligibility:

This offering is NOT CTLE eligible


Facilitators:

Carine Jean-Pierre Destin


Please email cpierre@schools.nyc.gov with any questions.



Vision Screening Training Techniques For All Students Cohort 2

H240

Student Support Services

Vision Screening Training Techniques For All Students Cohort 2

Professional Learning Description

Locations, Dates, Times

Requirements and Registration

Anticipated Outcomes:

Participants will learn to conduct vision screening for mandated students, which includes entering results in ATS as well as managing vision screening reports.


PL Type: Professional Learning One Day


QR:

Danielson:

Framework: Supportive Environment, Strong Family-Community Ties, Trust

Location:

25Q379 College Point Collaborative 12406 14th Avenue Queens, NY 11356


Times:

12:00 PM - 2:30 PM


Dates:

Friday, October 26, 2018



Requirements:


Grade Band: All Schools (K-12)


Target Audience:

Secretaries, Vision Screening Team Member and Administrators





Click here to register

CTLE Eligibility:

This offering is NOT CTLE eligible


Facilitators:

Carine Jean-Pierre Destin


Please email cpierre@schools.nyc.gov with any questions.



Vision Screening Training Techniques For All Students Cohort 3

H241

Student Support Services

Vision Screening Training Techniques For All Students Cohort 3

Professional Learning Description

Locations, Dates, Times

Requirements and Registration

Anticipated Outcomes:

Participants will learn to conduct vision screening for mandated students, which includes entering results in ATS as well as managing vision screening reports.


PL Type: Professional Learning One Day


QR:

Danielson:

Framework: Supportive Environment, Strong Family-Community Ties, Trust

Location:

26Q376 P.S. 376 210-21 48 Avenue Queens, NY 11364


Times:

12:00 PM - 2:30 PM


Dates:

Friday, December 14, 2018



Requirements:


Grade Band: All Schools (K-12)


Target Audience:

Secretaries, Vision Screening Team Member and Administrators





Click here to register

CTLE Eligibility:

This offering is NOT CTLE eligible


Facilitators:

Carine Jean-Pierre Destin


Please email cpierre@schools.nyc.gov with any questions.





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