Dare to Lead - January 21, 2020
The Dare to Lead two-part series will provide participants skills to engage in difficult conversations and self-reflection to develop trusting relationships based on vulnerability and empathy.
No Bully Series - January 29, 2020
One additional No Bully session for parents and guardians was added on March 19, 2020. Spanish translation will be provided for all sessions.
The January 29, 2020 session will focus on: Power of Zero-Raising Children in a Connected World
- Understanding the internet and social media
- Building every child's ability to connect positively
- The importance of Digital Citizenship
- Helping children thrive in the digital world
Click here to register for the "No Bully Workshops for Parents and Guardians".
Human Trafficking Prevention Education Resources
AB 1227, approved on October 7, 2017, is also known as the Human Trafficking Prevention Education and Training Act. This law requires that each school district train county leadership, administrators and educators to identify children that have been or may be at risk of being exploited and how to proceed when potential victims are identified. It also requires that schools teach California’s school age population how to avoid becoming victims of exploitation at least once in junior high school or middle school, and at least once in high school.
The Marin County Office of Education has received a generous donation from the Marin Coalition to End Human Trafficking, Soroptomist International of Marin County, and the Marin Covenant Church to support a pilot training and implementation of the PROTECT Curriculum, offered by 3Strands Global Foundation, that meets all requirements of AB 1227 for Human Trafficking education. If you would like to participate in this pilot training, please contact Karen Allen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For further information, please refer to Human Trafficking Prevention Education Resources on the Marin County Office of Education Website.
Safe Routes to Schools Task Force Announcements
The Transportation Authority of Marin allocates $5 million in funding for Safe Routes projects.