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Is It a Crisis? Knowing What Constitutes a School Crisis

National Association of Secondary School Principals

Knowing what constitutes a crisis and how to determine an appropriate response will help schools and students recover.

Practicing Resilience in the Elementary Classroom

Project Resilience and Principal Magazine

This article provides a brief overview of the what the research shows on resilience in children and how elementary school teachers can foster resilience in students in their classroom.

Let's Get Ready! Planning Together for Emergencies

Sesame Street

Sesame Workshop, along with its project partners has created Let

Virtual Town Hall Meeting for Superintendents on Oil Spill Distress

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration and Education Development Center, Inc.

This webinar convened Gulf coast superintendents and mental health professionals for a 75 minute Virtual Town Hall Meeting to discuss the behavioral health impact of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill

The Role of School Nurses in School Emergency Management Planning Webinar

Emergency Management for Schools Technical Assistance (REMS TA) Center

This one-hour webinar focused on the role of school nurses in all-hazards school emergency management planning, framed around the four phases of emergency management: prevention-mitigation, prepare

Volunteers Needed to Become Peer Listeners for Oil-Spill Survivors


The Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant Consortium, in partnership with the Eastern Shore Chamber of Commerce and the cities of Fairhope, Spanish Fort and Daphne, are seeking volunteers to become peer li

New Program Offered to Train People in Peer Listening

Mobile Press Register

Area mental health experts say Gulf Coast residents may be more prone to depression and other emotional problems this season because of this year’s devastating oil spill and continued economi