10,000 Degrees is presenting a hands-on College Financial Planning Information Session for High School Seniors and their parents. The workshop will cover some basics of college financial aid planning and provide supported worktime to complete applications. This support is specifically designed for students and families who are applying to college in the fall of 2019. Please share this information with counselors, career centers and others in your school community who can help spread the word.
On November 9, 2018 from 8:30am-4:00pm, the Marin County Office of Education, in partnership with Marin Health and Human Services and Each Mind Matters, will be hosting a workshop designed to familiarize attendees with the requirements for suicide prevention policies established by AB 2246. Attendees will be introduced to key principles of comprehensive school-based suicide prevention, intervention, and postvention. Attendees will receive assistance with revisiting and updating current policies, and gain useful tools and resources to support practices related to the policy.
This opportunity is designed for school district teams, including, but not limited to: district administrators, school administrators, school psychologists, and counselors. This is a hands-on workshop, and we recommend attendance by 2-4 people per district who will work as a team.
When cities and their residents work together against hate, we can restore respect and civil discourse, embrace the strength of diversity, and build inclusive and equitable communities for all. In honor of United Against Hate Week, let's come together as a community and share in experiences that will elevate understanding. Please see the attached link for how you and/or your community might participate in this the movement.
Join concerned community members for a film screening of "Not In Our Town: Light In The Darkness", a community discussion and introduction to Not In Our Town. Hosted by the Marin County Office of Education, the Mill Valley School District, the City of Mill Valley, the Tamalpais Union High School District, and the Mill Valley Recreation Center.
This workshop for Board Members will provide an overview of important laws and review sample scenarios to help navigate common situations.
The Coaching Consortium provides instructional coaches the time to reflect on their coaching practice, learn new coaching skills, and share and learn from each other. Cohort best for Instructional Coaches and Assistant Principals.
The California Department of Education and the Judicial Branch of California recognize and value the crucial role that elementary, middle, and high schools play in preparing each generation for participation in our democracy and invite schools to apply for the California Civic Learning Award. Now in its seventh year, the award is designed to celebrate successful efforts to engage students in civic learning and to identify at each grade span effective models that can be replicated. Applications are due January 19, 2019. The application is available at the Civic Learning Awards website.