Wellness Workshops and Training Sessions
Stress Management and Wellness Skills
If you would like to reconnect or learn new tips for stress management and wellness, please join us for the 2022-2023 school year. There are 19 virtual sessions scheduled for this school year, the first on Nov. 9.
The Community Resiliency Model® (CRM) is used to help individuals strengthen their resiliency through the promotion of living fully with compassion in the present moment while managing the activities of daily living. In these sessions participants will have the opportunity to experience and learn techniques that promote one's ability to read their physical reactions during stressful situations in order to bring the mind, body, and spirit into greater balance.
Contact Tracy Cannady at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Learn more about one of the tools of Restorative Practices used in our schools, the Circle Process. The Circle is an organized group discussion that allows everyone to share openly when they feel comfortable. This often leads to improved behavior, increased accountability, and strengthening relationships. The Circle is a facilitated dialogue process that is invitational, meaning that no one is required to participate.
Contact Colleen Fitzpatrick at email@example.com with questions.
The Circle (El Círculo) es una discusión grupal guiada por un facilitador y que es parte del conjunto de herramientas de prácticas restaurativas, que permite a todos compartir abiertamente cuando se sienten cómodos. Este proceso a menudo conduce a un mejor comportamiento, un mayor compromiso propio y un fortalecimiento de las relaciones interpersonales. Próximamente, se ofrecerán múltiples sesiones informativas para que los padres aprendan más sobre este proceso, incluidas las sesiones que se ofrecen en español.
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Restorative Justice Book Study
Book of Restorative Justice by Howard Zehr. This short text invites us to explore the principles that began this movement and consider how we may apply them to our own lives. Together, we will explore these principles within the context of an educational setting.
Contact Dominique Frazier at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Keeping Kids Emotionally & Physically Safe
WCPSS Crisis Prevention and Intervention Specialists provide families with resources, discuss risk factors, and describe warning signs on suicide and self-harming behaviors. Please check with your school to see if a presentation has been scheduled.
If you have immediate or urgent concerns about someone hurting themselves, call 911 or Suicide and Crisis Lifeline at 988.