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  • Gun Violence Prevention

    Gun violence has become all too common in America.  Many of our students can be impacted by the news or talk, or direct exposure to violence.  The Office of Human Relations, Diversity & Equity encourages educators to offer opportunities for dialogue around these challenging topics.  Please find some resources below. 

     

  • Student Health & Human Services - website

    Student Health & Human Services

    Student Health & Human Services - website

     

  • When Bad Things Happen - website

    When Bad Things Happen - Learning for Justice

    When Bad Things Happen - Learning for Justice - website

     

  • How to Talk to Children About Shootings - website

    How to Talk to Children About Shootings (Age Guide) - Today

    How to Talk to Children About Shootings (Age Guide) - Today - website

     

  • Talking to Children about Shootings - National Childhood Traumatic Stress Network - Handout

    Talking to Children about Shootings - National Childhood Traumatic Stress Network

    Talking to Children about Shootings - National Childhood Traumatic Stress Network - Handout

     

  • Teaching in the Wake of Violence - Facing History & Ourselves - website

    Teaching in the Wake of Violence - Facing History & Ourselves

    Teaching in the Wake of Violence - Facing History & Ourselves - website

     

  • Psychological First Aid for Ourselves - Handout

    Psychological First Aid for Ourselves

    Psychological First Aid for Ourselves - Handout

     

  • Courageous Conversations with Students - Handout

    Courageous Conversations with Students

    Advisory Lesson: What Can We Do About Gun Violence - Handout

     

  • Books for Littles - website

    Books for Littles: Gun Violence - Raising Luminaries

    Books for Littles: Gun Violence - Raising Luminaries - website

     

  • 15 Tips for Talking about School Violence - Handout

    15 Tips for Talking about School Violence -  Colorín Colorado

    15 Tips for Talking about School Violence -  Colorín Colorado - Handout

     

  • Talking to Children about Violence  - website

    Talking to Children about Violence: Tips for Parents and Teachers - National Association of School Psychologists

    Talking to Children about Violence: Tips for Parents and Teachers - National Association of School Psychologists - website

     

  • How to Talk to Kids About Gun Violence - website

    How to Talk to Kids About Gun Violence - Parents Magazine

    How to Talk to Kids About Gun Violence - Parents Magazine - website

     

  • Employee Assistance Program - website

    Employee Assistance Program

    Employee Assistance Program

     

  • Advisory Lesson: What Can We Do About Gun Violence - PowerPoint

    What Can We Do About Gun Violence

    Advisory Lesson: What Can We Do About Gun Violence - PowerPoint

     

  • How to Talk to Kids about School Shootings - website

    How to Talk to Kids about School Shootings - Common Sense Media

    How to Talk to Kids about School Shootings - Common Sense Media - website

     

  • How to Talk to Kids About School Shootings - website

    How to Talk to Kids About School Shootings - Childmind

    How to Talk to Kids About School Shootings - Childmind - website

     

  • Helping Children Cope with Frightening News - website

    Helping Children Cope with Frightening News - Child Mind Institute

    Helping Children Cope with Frightening News - Child Mind Institute - website

     

  • PFA - Responding to Crisis - handout

    Psychological First Aid - Responding to Crisis

    Psychological First Aid - Responding to Crisis - Handout

     

     

  • Tips for Educators and Staff - Handout

    Support for Educators & Staff - Tips for Educators and Staff

    Support for Educators & Staff - Tips for Educators and Staff - Handout

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