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  • October 2020: Focus on Informed Action – Change Management, Supporting Equity through High School Graduation and Beyond Plan, Resources for Remote Learning, online PD and more.
  • September 2020: Focus on School Climate – Distance Learning Ideas, Framework for Remote Learning, on-demand webinars, and more.
  • August 2020: Focus on Attendance – Tools to Support Staff Conversations with Students and Families, Virtual PD and more.
  • June 2020: Continuous Support Through COVID-19 – Special Messages from Superintendent Reykdal, celebrating the class of 2020, Learning in a Virtual World, Peer Learning Network, and more.
  • May 2020: Continuous Support Through COVID-19 – Special Messages from Superintendent Reykdal, virtual mentoring, on-demand webinars and more.

  • April 2020: Continuing Support Through COVID-19 – Special messages from Superintendent Reykdal, a look at Continuous Learning 2020, virtual supports, on-demand webinars and more.

  • February 2020: Supporting Language Learners – At look at languages spoken in the home from the Healthy Youth Survey, Discussion on tiered supports, Spotlight on School Climate, Increasing Access to Graduation Pathways and more.

  • January 2020: College and Career Readiness – Elementary School Counselor Guide, Is “College and Career Readiness” code for “College for All”?, High School and Beyond Planning and more.

  • December 2019: Hope and Mentoring - Dr. Seuss, Resilience and the Science of Hope, Tobacco 21 update, book recommendations, and more.

  • November 2019: 9th Grade Success – The Ongoing Work to Help Every Student Successfully Finish High School, Building Resilience and Leadership for Struggling 9th Graders Through Peer Mentoring and more.

  • October 2019: Substance Use – Why Social Norm Campaigns work, Teaming up to prevent Teen Marijuana Use, Do’s and Don’ts of Substance Use Prevention and more.
  • September 2019: School Climate – Reaching Students with Difficult Behaviors: Tier 3 PBIS Behavior Supports, Capturing Student Voice Through Listening Circles: a K-12 strategy and more.
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