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Power Point presentation of newer and popular drugs in our schools and colleges. A guide for school administrators, parents and educator's to understand the street names and termonologies of these drugs.
MANDATORY REPORTING CHILD ABUSE: IT’S YOUR JOB "L" is for Lawsuit; Lumped in; and Liable. Are you the next Teacher to be named in a Lawsuit, or Lumped into Litigation because you are paid by the school district being sued, and allegations frame you as being Liable, too? The Eight Myths--All False!
School Safety (Shootings) And You (SSAY)A Lesson Plan for School Leaders Who Want to EducateStudents About the Urgent Topic of Violence andTheir Personal Responsibility to Avoid It…and How to Do So!SPECIAL NOTE: This Lesson Plan goes very well with, and is supported by, other popular School Safety L
9 Vocabulary is a fantastic review activity that requires students to match 9 words, 9 definitions and 9 pictures. This is a great initial activity after introducing the students to their vocabulary words in the unit. The vocabulary is from the Ethics unit in Law Enforcement I, including the words
Looking for a contract specifically tailored to the special topics covered in law enforcement? This is a one page parent-teacher-student contract that goes over the possible themes & activities covered in Law Enforcement. Parents have to sign and initial their consent to cover such activities
Best practice approach to resolving conflict issues. Identifying meanings, causes, approaches and resolutions.
Drug Indetifcation training for secondary and college administrators and educators, as well as, parents and social groups.
This lesson provides teachers and administrators information on how to address violence in their schools.As a teacher, a licensed Security Supervisor, and FEMA certified as an emergency responder; I will periodically post Dept of Homeland Security curriculum that all teachers may want to inculcate i
GANGS OUT OF SCHOOL (GOOS)The Lesson Plans that comprise the GOOS (Gangs Out Of School) student leadership program will provide students with information and skills necessary to recognize gang acts. They will learn how to resist gang pressures to engage in any form of violence or other anti-social b
Three (3) Colorado Middle School students arrived at their school, on Friday, April 10, 2015, with LOADED GUNS and a smoke device. Despite April being the nation's traditional month when weapons and violent acts increase on school campuses, we ought not to accept that FACTUAL OBSCENITY as a permanen
School Lawsuits by angry and grieving parents who have lost their children to school shootings and other violent acts, are working their way into our nation's court system, with the coming summer months being a good time for lawyers to conduct pre-trial Depositions. Violence in our schools, includi
It is vital that you, as a school teacher, know whether you are exposed, in any form, degree, or manner to a lawsuit by a student or by the parents or caregivers (called “Guardians Ad Litem”) representing them; or whether you could at any time be made part of a named group of teachers and administra
Good for students and staff to be used in faculty/staff meetings, with students part of problem solving, early intervention as well as SADD and PADD groups. We've used this at PTA meetings. It has also been used with small groups of students in athletic activities and part of empowerment groups in

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