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01
Oct
2019

Up in Vape: Exploring the Facts about Vaping - WAITLIST ONLY

$238.00

This Academy is for educators who serve a middle and/or high school population.  Educators from a School Safety funded site have the ability to attend for free.  The Academy is currently full, please register to be added to the waitlist.  School Safety funded officers - please register for an additional Advanced LRE Academy in the event that a seat does not open up for this Academy in order to meet the yearly School Safety Program Advanced LRE Academy requirement.  To learn more, click on the event.

Event Overview

According to the Arizona Department of Health Services, teens who vape are more likely to start smoking cigarettes.  Educating students about vaping may help them reduce this behavior or prevent them from vaping or smoking cigarettes.  This training will provide participants with interactive activities to teach students what they need to know about the dangers of vaping and the effects it can have on their relationships, health, and student life.  In addition, these lessons will provide your students with opportunities to analyze marketing strategies aimed at youth.

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22
Oct
2019

Keeping School Cool: Reducing Aggressive Behaviors

$238.00

This Academy is for educators who serve an upper elementary (4-6) school population.  Educators from a School Safety funded site have the ability to attend for free.  To learn more, click on the event.

Event Overview

The classroom, playground, cafeteria, walking to school, or riding the school bus are areas where aggressive student behaviors may take place.  Rising anger and impulsive actions can lead to negative consequences affecting student relationships and academic success.  This training will provide hands-on, interactive lessons that can equip students with the skills necessary to prevent or reduce aggressive behaviors. Participants will receive tools to educate their students on the consequences of verbal and physical aggression and strategies to employ before they act out of anger or upset.

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19
Nov
2019

Safe from Cybercrimes

$238.00

This Academy is for educators who serve a middle and/or high school population.  Educators from a School Safety funded site have the ability to attend for free.  To learn more, click on the event.

Event Overview

According to a Pew research study, 95% of teens have access to smartphones.  Educating youth on strategies to avoid the consequences of sexting, protect themselves from the dangers of online predators, and prevent cyberbullying can help them enjoy a safe experience with their smartphones and online activity.  Lesson topics such as trolling, impersonating, fake accounts, sexting and stalking will be addressed.  In addition, students will be educated on the consequences of cybercrimes, how to report if targeted, and steps to take to enable privacy and security settings on their electronic devices that have access to the internet.

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10
Dec
2019

Power of Passengers

$233.00

This Academy is for educators who serve a middle and/or high school population.  Educators from a School Safety funded site have the ability to attend for free.  To learn more, click on the event.

Event Overview

Being the driver carries great responsibility to make certain everyone inside the vehicle gets safely to their destination.  Have your students ever considered the role passengers play in making the ride safe?  This training will provide participants with interactive methods to educate youth on the responsibilities the driver and the passengers have to ensure a safe ride.  The lessons provided will address the general safety considerations while riding in a car, ways to avoid distracting the driver, and legal consequences for disobeying safe driving practices.  Students will also learn the proper actions during a traffic stop and how to cope with peer pressure to ride in an unsafe situation. 

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28
Jan
2020

Reducing Aggressive Social Interactions

$238.00

This Academy is for educators who serve a lower elementary (K-3) school population.  Educators from a School Safety funded site have the ability to attend for free.  To learn more, click on the event.

Event Overview

Students engage in social interactions that can sometimes lead to conflict and aggressive actions.  By learning positive ways to socially interact with their peers, K-3 students can reduce or prevent negative consequences.  This training will provide participants with tools for working with the primary grades.  The lesson plans provided will focus on strategies to reduce bullying and conflicts at school by helping students learn how to disagree in a nice way, respect others, and obey rules.     

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