LIVE WEBINAR - October 28th, 2021 @ 12PM PST
Establishing a Healthy School Climate:
Prioritizing Student Mental Health & Safety.
The Association for Children’s Mental Health says 1 in 10 young people have a mental health challenge that is severe enough to impair how they function at home, school or in the community. As parents, teachers, staff and students continue exploring life in an almost “post-pandemic” world, feelings of uncertainty, fear and doubt continue to surface.
Join us October 28th, 2021 @ 12PM PST for the panel discussion, Establishing a Healthy School Climate: Prioritizing Student Mental Health & Safety. In partnership with The “I Love U Guys” Foundation, CatapultK12 is hosting school safety leaders to discuss ways to bridge the gap and create an environment that fosters dynamic safety practices.
The “I Love U Guys” Foundation Executive Director John-Michael Keyes will be sharing his thoughts on how we can create a safer school environment.
- Taking action in a socially evolving world.
- How to encourage greater student well-being on and off campus.
- How anonymous tip reporting helps keep students safe and well on campus.
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Heidi Cisneros MSW, PPSC, ASC
Heidi Cisneros has held leadership roles in school districts and county offices of education in the areas of student support services and school safety for the past 20+ years. Throughout this time, she was responsible for developing an extensive array of pivotal programs and trainings for student safety, mental health, threat management and crisis response.
In 2006, James became a School Resource Officer and has been serving that role at Arapahoe High School for the last 12 years, along with teaching various law enforcement-related topics. Treasurer of the board of directors for The “I Love U Guys” Foundation, James also serves as an adjunct instructor for their flagship programs, the Standard Response Protocol (SRP) and the Standard Reunification Method (SRM).
Heilit has worked in education over 12 years with 10 of those years in higher ed at colleges and universities in Colorado, Florida, and Utah. She has worked in Residence Life, Crisis Response, and Case Management. Heilit trains school districts on the Adams County Threat Assessment Protocol (PreK-12) and is certified in SIVRA-35, VRAW, ERIS, and TRAP-18.