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3rd Annual Oregon Whole Child Summit
“Safe, Supported, Engaged, Healthy, Challenged”
For Administrators, Counselors, Teachers, and Health &
Community Leaders Supporting Our Schools
Registration is closed for this event.
To be placed on a waiting list contact Sera Lockwood.
- Laura van Dernoot Lipsky, Founder & Director, The Trauma Stewardship Institute - Bio
- Colt Gill, Acting Deputy Superintendent of Public Instruction
More and more children come into classrooms with physical, mental and emotional needs that go far beyond standard educational training. How can we help these children to thrive as learners, and how can we support the adults who strive to teach them? This summit is an opportunity to bring our health and education partners together to learn about shaping our school systems, community partners, classroom practices, and cultures to create compassionate, versatile, and healthy teaching and learning environments.
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Breakout Sessions & Materials:
- Keynote Materials (2)
- Creating Trauma Informed Schools (Chief Education Office)
- Healthy and Resilient Staff are Your Educational Advantage (OEA Choice Trust)
- Fostering a School-Wide Culture of Care (Brookwood Elementary, Hillsboro)
- Eastwood Elementary School's Culture of Care Implementation (Dr. Rick Robinson)
- Creating a Culture - Building Capacity for a Trauma-Informed District (Grants Pass Schools)
- The Marysville Model: Reimagining Schools Through the Lens of Mindfullness (Marysville K-8 School)
- Discipline Mindshift at Scenic Middle School (Central Point Schools)
- Practical Strategies for Helping Traumatized Students Become Competent Leaders (Education Northwest)
- Adverse Childhood Experiences Study (Grants Pass Schools)
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Breakout sessions will provide information and resources gained by schools and their partners as they have implemented school and district base trauma informed practice that is making a difference in attendance, participation and student engagement.