Compression Only CPR - September 5, 2018
California Assembly Bill 1719 (Compression only CPR as a graduation requirement) goes into effect on July 1, 2018. This new legislation will affect our 2018-19 graduating class, and graduates moving forward. With the assistance of the Marin County Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Agency, several of our high schools in Marin have conducted (or are scheduled to conduct) pilot training programs utilizing a team of EMS volunteers, and capturing some of next year's graduates.
- Taught by our Marin County Emergency Medical Services Agency!
- Learn how to teach Compression only CPR, Stop the Bleed, and save a life!
- To register for one of the four workshops, please reference the flyer attached.
The Changing Face of the Opioid Epidemic - September 12, 2018
A Free event open to all in our Community - Dominican University will host Dr. Dan Ciccarone, UCSF School of Medicine. Dr. Ciccarone is a national expert in opioid use disorder. He will be discusing the shifting opioid epidemic, from prescription drug abuse toward increasing illicit opioids such as heroin and fentanyl. Following will be a panel discussion on strategies to address the opioid crisis, including addiction treatment and efforts to prevent overdoses.
Introduction to Solutions Teams - No Bully - October 1, 2018
Intended for Principals, Teachers, Superintendents, District and School Staff. One day of professional development dedicated to ending bullying in our student programs.
Marin Countywide School Safety Summit – October 3, 2018
Presented by and at the Marin County Sheriff's Office with a special presentation by Sandy Hook Promise. Topics will include:
- Comprehensive school safety plan
- New compliance audit requirements
- Annual best practices and resources
- Training opportunities for Teachers, School Staff and Students
Comprehensive School Safety Plan Compliance Audit
Please review all pertinent information listed below: