This Power-point presentation provides the Wisconsin School Mental Health Framework, which aims to "Promote Relationships, Engagement & Learning".
The Wisconsin Safe and Healthy Schools Center provides numerous training resources that they have developed, and curated from other states, to address teaching to students who have experienced Adverse Childhood Experiences.
The Wisconsin Safe and Healthy Schools Center put together a Youth Mental Health First Aid (YMHFA) workshop.
The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction created this page to help schools understand the number of students at risk for suicide and their characteristics; DPI shares fact sheets, state and national data-sets, several reports and surveys to highlight the topic.
The Wisconsin Safe and Healthy Schools Center (SHSC) provides a host of educational resources to make teachers more aware of the signs of suicidal behavior and better equipped to prevent students from taking their lives.
The U.S Department of Education's Office of Safe and Healthy Students Readiness and Emergency Management for Schools Technical Assistance Center (REMS-TAC) provides instructions for schools and districts to use to create a Threat Assessment Team (TAT).
The Wisconsin Safe and Healthy Schools Center takes a look at what "Mindfulness" is and what it means to incorporate Mindfulness into teaching. They offer a power-point presentation along with other background information to use to learn about the benefits of creating a mindful classroom.
The Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services has created an extensive online library of tools, guides, model policies, audits, manuals, guides, plans, and other resources to assist schools prepare safety protocols.
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The Texas School Safety Center provides a posts a paper that addresses post trauma grief recovery for students. This resource details how to identify signs of trauma among the different age groups of students and outlines best practices to employ while helping students recover.
The Texas School Safety Center offers this 'Method' toolkit to propose tactics for reuniting students with families after a crisis. Since the science on this subject is still evolving it offers best practice recommendations using what academic data exists on the subject.