Workshop Attendees

We encourage all USD 261 staff to take advantage of the learning opportunities available at The Learning Center. Guests from other districts are always welcome to attend any of our workshops. We offer a full array of classes that are interactive, differentiated, job embedded, sustained and research based. Enroll in a workshop today!

Our Presenters!

The Learning Center has scheduled many well-known presenters and experts who are willing to share their knowledge and to lead workshops, such as Lynn Sawyer, Carol Simoneau, Kevin Honeycutt, Dan Meyer, Brad McCoy, and Dr. John Vandewalle. Along with these, The Learning Center utilizes the expertise of our district’s staff members as presenters, who have practical suggestions that are used successfully every day in their classrooms.

Summer Tech Camp 2019 - Attend one session or all twelve!

Week one:  June 18 - 20

AM Session: 8:30 - 11:30 AM

PM Session: 12:30 - 3:30 PM

Cost:  FREE to USD 261 Staff, Out of District: $50 per class & $5 off each additional session.

Registration:  Email dlewis@usd261.com, call 316-554-2331 ext. 100, or turn in a hard copy of the flyer to register.

Registration Deadline:  June 11, 2019

**Graduate credit available**
Earn 1 graduate credit for attending any combination of four half-day sessions.

Below is a list of the classes offered during the first week of Tech Camp – See the brochure for a complete description of each workshop.

Tuesday, June 18

Session Class
AM
FULL (CLOSED)
Have Students Show You What They Know
Presenter: Dyane Smokorowski
AM Catch the #FlipGridFever
Presenter: Amber Marshall
PM
FULL (CLOSED)
Active Learning: Get Them Up & Moving With & Without Tech
Presenter: Dyane Smokorowski
PM Seesaw & Symbaloo
Presenter: Carol Matteson

Wednesday, June 19

Session Class
AM
FULL (CLOSED)
Google's G-Suite
Presenter: Mark Kane
AM How to Get Your STEAM On
Presenter: Sandee Belden
PM Pear Deck & Vocabulary
Presenter: Amber Dougan
PM Ed Puzzle
Presenter: Marcia Hersh

Thursday, June 20

Session Class
AM Google Apps for Secondary
Presenter: Amber Marshall
AM Assistive Tech for Autism
Presenter: Beth Sampson
PM
FULL (CLOSED)
Going Beyond with AR & VR
Presenter: Amber Marshall
PM Using Excel Efficiently in the Classroom
Presenter: Rachel Nally

Summer Tech Camp 2019 - Attend one session or all twelve!

Week one:  June 25 - 27

AM Session: 8:30 - 11:30 AM

PM Session: 12:30 - 3:30 PM

Cost:  FREE to USD 261 Staff, Out of District: $50 per class & $5 off each additional session.

Registration:  Email dlewis@usd261.com, call 316-554-2331 ext. 100, or turn in a hard copy of the flyer to register.

Registration Deadline:  June 11, 2019

**Graduate credit available**
Earn 1 graduate credit for attending any combination of four half-day sessions.

Below is a list of the classes offered during the second week of Tech Camp – See the brochure for a complete description of each workshop.

Tuesday, June 25

Session Class
AM Microsoft Student Teams With One Note
Presenter: Brenda Kobler
AM
FULL (CLOSED)
There's a Google Extension for That!
Presenter: Beth Zillinger
PM
FULL (CLOSED)
New Google Sites
Presenter: Misty Long
PM Exploring Infinitec.org
Presenter: Beth Zillinger

Wednesday, June 26

Session Class
AM
FULL (CLOSED)
Hyperdocs
Presenter: Amber Dougan
AM Professional Use of Twitter
Presenter: Stephanie High
PM Google's G-Suite
Presenter: Mark Kane
PM
FULL (CLOSED)
Adobe Spark for Education
Presenter: Lisa Cundiff

Thursday, June 27

Session Class
AM Connect, Research & Explore Anywhere with Skype in the Classroom
Presenter: Micah Brown
AM Moby Max and One Note
Presenter: Alisha Ewertz
PM
FULL (CLOSED)
Google Classroom Application for Elementary
Presenter: Amber Dougan
PM Quizlet
Presenter: Jeff Maxwell

Date and Time: Monday, June 24, 2019   8:30 AM - 3:30 PM

FREE to USD 261 Staff, $100 Out of District

Registration Deadline:  June 17, 2019

**Graduate credit available**

Class Description:

Nervous about jumping into the substitute teaching world? Sign up for an awesome workshop packed with tips for thriving as a substitute teacher! During this workshop, participants will receive resources for substitute teaching, learn how to be prepared for almost any kind of day, and network with other substitutes. The first half of the day we will look at sample sub plans, discuss classroom management, teaching strategies and navigating a school day. In the afternoon, we will practice filler activities and transitions. We will put together a “bag of tricks” with ready to use activities. You will leave this workshop ready to enter the classroom and charm (almost) any group of students.

Presenter: Becky Stanfield

Becky has fifteen years of classroom experience - mostly as a middle school classroom teacher, but more recently as a substitute teacher to allow for a flexible schedule. Becky has worked in almost every grade level setting (even if just for a day) and in 4 different school districts. Becky has taken on several long term substitute positions and has required one for her own class. She misses having her own class, but she loves the variety of meeting new people and learning from other classroom and substitute teachers. She has a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education from Pittsburg State University and a Master’s in Environmental Science from Friends University.

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Date and Time:  Tuesday, July 09, 2019   8:30 AM - 3:30 PM

FREE to USD 261 Staff, $100 Out of District

Registration Deadline:  July 02, 2019

**Graduate credit available**

Class Description:

Need a great way to jumpstart your math period? Want ways to promote accuracy, efficiency, flexibility and communication in math? Number talks may be just what you have been looking for. The focus of this training is to increase student engagement through communication around mental math. Number talks provide a structure to promote a safe community for learners while engaging in 5-15 minute conversations around the concepts and operations of fractions, decimals, and percent’s. Topics that will be explored are: designing purposeful conversations, posing good questions, following student thinking, recording that thinking to make it visible for all students, and the connection to the 8 math practices from the KCCRS. Time will be spent practicing these techniques and viewing examples of number talks in action. Participants will leave with the number talks book which includes sample lessons and videos of various teachers and students engaged in this practice.

Presenter: Renee Smith (Curriculum Specialist)

Renee is an elementary and middle school mathematics specialist at ESSDACK where she facilitates courses around instructional pedagogy aligned to the Common Core Standards. Renee’s passion for engaging, meaningful, hands-on math activities are a part of all of her trainings because she still loves watching “the light bulb” pop on for educators just like it did with students! Renee wants to help change how our culture views math…from a generation that is A-OK with saying, “I HATE MATH!”, to one that values, loves, and wants MORE math! Renee obtained her bachelors degree from Southwestern College and her Masters in Education from Baker University. She has 25 years in the field of education and has presented at the local, state, and national levels. Renee and her partner, Tammy Fellers have developed a line of products tied directly to the common core for use by elementary and middle school teachers during small group instruction time.

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Date and Time:  WEdnesday, July 10, 2019   8:30 AM - 3:30 PM

FREE to USD 261 Staff, $100 Out of District

Registration Deadline:  July 03, 2019

**Graduate credit available**

Class Description:

This workshop will hit a little bit of everything you need to know to successfully implement a therapy dog into your classroom. We’ll talk about what kind of dog makes the best therapy dog and ideas for where you can find him, why it’s beneficial to have therapy dogs in schools, the logistics and first steps for making your therapy dog goal a reality, training tips, how to read a dog’s body language, the ins and outs of therapy dog testing, and health and wellness of your therapy dog.

Presenter: Don and Brenda Gamble

The presenters for this workshop are Don and Brenda Gamble. This husband and wife team have taught in the Haysville district for many years. Therapy dogs have been a part of Brenda’s classroom for more than 10 years of her teaching career. Both Don and Brenda have extensive dog experience, and they love using their dogs to help others.

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Date and Time: Tuesday, July 16, 2019   8:30 AM - 3:30 PM

FREE to USD 261 Staff, $100 Out of District

Registration Deadline:  July 9, 2019

**Graduate credit available**

Class Description:

Does the idea of using interactive notebooks with your students sound fabulous, but you just don’t know where to start? Or maybe you already use interactive notebooks but are stuck in a rut with them? In this workshop we will discuss why and how to use interactive notebooks in the classroom to help your students become independent and creative thinkers. You will learn some easy ways of getting started with notebooks, everything from setting one up to organizing to creative decorating. By the end of the day, you will have your own notebook filled with great ideas to take back to your classroom. This workshop is great for elementary to high school teachers who don’t mind a day of coloring, cutting, and gluing with some great learning thrown in!

Presenter: Annie Dugan

Annie has twenty years of classroom experience in a Language Arts and Reading classroom. Twelve of these years were spent in Haysville USD 261 at both Haysville Middle School and Haysville West Middle School as an intensive reading teacher. She has a Master’s Degree from Wichita State University in Curriculum and Instruction with emphasis on reading. She has extensive hands-on experience developing and implementing reading curriculum which focus on research and best practices to maximize learning opportunities in a diverse classroom. Annie provides reading consulting and tutoring through her own practice, Inspired Literacy.

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Date and Time: Wednesday, July 17, 2019   8:30 AM - 3:30 PM

FREE to USD 261 Staff, $100 Out of District

Registration Deadline:  July 10, 2019

**Graduate credit available**

Class Description:

So you know about interactive notebooks. Or you have at least heard about how great interactive notebooks can be! In this workshop we will be looking at different ways to use the ISN (Interactive Student Notebook) in a language arts or reading classroom. We will look at the benefits of using an ISN in the language arts classroom along with ways to implement them so that your students are independent and creative thinkers and learners. This workshop is a great companion to the Interactive Notebooks with a Twist or just on its own. Either way, you will be ready to start the school year with interactive notebooks in your classroom!

Presenter: Annie Dugan

Annie has twenty years of classroom experience in a Language Arts and Reading classroom. Twelve of these years were spent in Haysville USD 261 at both Haysville Middle School and Haysville West Middle School as an intensive reading teacher. She has a Master’s Degree from Wichita State University in Curriculum and Instruction with emphasis on reading. She has extensive hands-on experience developing and implementing reading curriculum which focus on research and best practices to maximize learning opportunities in a diverse classroom. Annie provides reading consulting and tutoring through her own practice, Inspired Literacy.

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Date and Time: Wednesday, July 24, 2019   8:30 AM - 3:30 PM

FREE to USD 261 Staff, $100 Out of District

Registration Deadline:  July 17, 2019

**Graduate credit available**

Class Description:

Who should attend? Anyone who wants to use the software or hardware. Even if you do not have a Mimio product yet, the software is a great instructional tool! The training agenda includes the following basic Mimio hardware & software functions: • Navigating the Mimio Studio software tools • Utilizing the Gallery and the Mimio Connect site • Use the screen capture feature for making instructional movies • Create your own dynamic lessons • Use the Mimio tools with other software applications and web sites.

Presenter: Krista Pottier

Krista received her Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education from Emporia State University and also has a Middle Level Math endorsement. She taught math at the middle level for 12 years and is currently the K-12 Instructional Math Coach for the Haysville School District. She received her Master of Science in School Leadership from Baker University and is also a Certified Trainer for Mimio.

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Date and Time: Wednesday, Sept 04, 2019   8:30 AM - 11:30 AM

$35 Per Person

Registration Deadline:  August 28, 2019

**Graduate credit available**

Class Description:

Would you be prepared to help a student or staff member until emergency help arrived in the case of a medical emergency? This training will help you do just that and possibly save a life! At the end of the session you will have a 2 year certification for Adult, Child, and Infant CPR through the American Heart Association and be confident in using the AED (Automatic External Defibrillator).

Presenter: Beth Schutte and Lesley Thomas

Beth Schutte, RN and Lesley Thomas, RN are district nurses with the Haysville school district. Together they have more than 30 years of nursing experience. Beth and Lesley are dedicated to helping you feel confident in using life saving techniques.

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Date and Time: Wednesday, Sept 11, 2019   8:30 AM - 3:30 PM

FREE to USD 261 Staff, $100 Out of District

Registration Deadline:  Sept 4, 2019

**Graduate credit available**

Class Description:

PowerSchool is the number one method to help staff and students know what is going on in school. Not only can you look up class lists, you can email teachers, contact parents, and know the ins and outs of using PowerSchool. Short cuts in life make life easier. That is what this training will do. It will give you the tricks and tips to get the info out of the system that you need. This training will help you on a daily basis! Not only at work – but also at home if you need to get the information before the following day.

Presenter: Keven McDonald

Keven McDonald has been in USD 261 for 26 years. He taught at Campus for nine years, and has since been a middle school counselor. Sad but true – PowerSchool keeps him up at night. So, when he is up he learns how to pass on the information to help others succeed in understanding PowerSchool.

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Date and Time: Tuesday, Sept. 17 & Wednesday, Sept. 18, 2019   9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Tuition: $455

Registration Deadline:  Sept 4, 2019

**Various CEU's and college credits available**

Class Description:

The Learning Center and Grant Writing USA will present a two-day grants workshop in Haysville, September 17-18, 2019. In this class you'll learn how to find grants and write winning grant proposals. This training is applicable to grant seekers across all disciplines. More information including learning objectives, class location, graduate testimonials and online registration is available here: http://grantstraining.com/haysville0919

Multi-enrollment discounts and discounts for Grant Writing USA returning alumni are available. Tuition payment is not required at the time of enrollment. Tuition is $455 and includes everything: two days of terrific instruction, workbook, and access to our Alumni Forum that's packed full of tools, helpful discussions and more than 200 sample grant proposals.

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Date and Time: Tuesday, October 2, 2019   8:30 AM - 3:30 PM

Cost: FREE to USD 261 Staff, $100 Out of District

Registration Deadline:  Sept 25, 2019

**Graduate credit available**

Class Description:

Google’s digital platform is great for easily sharing information and assignments between teachers and their students. Microsoft’s ongoing commitment to create more inclusive and collaborative learning environments has continued with the arrival of powerful updates to Office 365 Education. This workshop will focus on how Google Classroom and Office 365 Education enables teachers to engage every learner.

Presenter: Lisa Cundiff and Mark Kane

Lisa Cundiff is the Director of Instructional Technology for Haysville USD 261 public schools. She has a BA in Education from Arkansas State University and a ME in Educational Administration from Wichita State University.

Mark Kane has been involved with the Haysville School District since he was in preschool at Rex Elementary. He graduated from Campus High School and obtained a Bachelor of Science in Biology/Genetics at the University of Kansas. Mark taught two years at Maize South High School. At this time he is a System Analyst for Haysville USD 261, managing different software systems and helping with various technology needs of our students, teachers and staff.

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Date and Time:  Friday, October 04, 2019   8:30 AM - 3:30 PM

FREE to USD 261 Staff, $100 Out of District

Registration Deadline:  September 27, 2019

**Graduate credit available**

Class Description:

Self-Regulation includes a set of insights and skills students need for academic success, emotional control and healthy social interaction. Helping young people improve their Self-Regulation skills can help them to better handle anger issues, anxieties, impulsiveness, academic challenges, classroom behavior issues, self-esteem struggles, social troubles and more. The presenter will provide recommendations and strategies that you will be able to use with all students, and in particular with students who have behavioral and/or emotional self-control issues. The content of this seminar is consistent with the principles underlying the RTI/MTSS and Positive Behavior Supports movements. In this seminar you will learn how to apply step-by-step strategies/activities to teach young people how to increase Self-Regulation including: Cooling the Flame, My Warning Signs, Melting Freeze, You Can’t Make Me Laugh, Free Emotional Expression, Challenge Software Program, Defiance Trap.

Presenter: Brad Chapin, B.S., LCP, LMLP

Brad Chapin is a best-selling author and an internationally recognized speaker in the area of Self-Regulation. He has nearly 20 years of experience in behavioral health serving children and adults. Brad has a passion for teaching parents and professionals the importance of helping children develop healthy Self-Regulation skills. He continues to create innovative strategies utilizing technology to engage children in the process. Brad believes that Self-Regulation provides an easy-to-learn and easy-to-implement framework for addressing many of the problem areas children and families experience including ADHD, anger/behavior problems, academic issues, social/emotional problems, Autism Spectrum Disorders and anxiety/depression.

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Date and Time:  Wednesday, October 09, 2019   8:30 AM - 3:30 PM

FREE to USD 261 Staff, $100 Out of District

Registration Deadline:  October 02, 2019

**Graduate credit available**

Class Description:

The participants will learn a variety of techniques to improve their physical and mental health. The techniques were chosen by the presenter because they are self-directed, simple to learn and can all be executed anywhere. The presenter will introduce his progressive strength training program that requires minimal to no equipment and can be adapted to anyone, cutting edge stretching techniques, relaxation strategies and more. Participants should wear comfortable clothing and will be actively involved (although they will never be asked to do anything that they are not comfortable with). Interspersed throughout the training, the presenter will perform a variety of olde-time strongman feats that were selected to reinforce and give visual cues to help participants remember important concepts. This workshop is offered in cooperation with Haysville Healthy Habits.

Presenter: Brad Johnson

Brad is a Psychologist at Haysville Middle School.

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Date and Time:  Wednesday, Oct. 23, 2019 and Wednesday, Dec. 18, 2019 (Both Days Required)   8:30 AM - 3:30 PM

FREE to USD 261 Staff, $200 Out of District

Registration Deadline:  Oct. 16, 2019

**Graduate credit available**

Class Description:

The purpose for this workshop is meant to help current and future educators become fluent in using Google Education Suite evidenced by a Level 2 Certification by Google. These practices will lead to a more effective use of time for the teachers and a more dynamic and engaging environment for students.

Presenter: Chris Wyant

Chris is a Clinical Educator with Wichita State University

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Date and Time: Wednesday, October 30, 2019   8:30 AM - 3:30 PM

Cost:  FREE to USD 261 Staff, $25 Out of District

Registration Deadline:  October 23, 2019

**Graduate credit available**

Class Description:

Creating Safe Spaces for LGBTQ Youth in School is a training designed for K-12 educators to explore how to create a safe, inclusive environment for all students, regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression. During this highly interactive training participants will engage in activities that will help them come away with a better understanding of:
• Definitions and relevant terminology to assist with communication about this topic
• How to be a better ally to LGBT students
• How to ensure your classroom and/or school is safe for LGBT students
• Data about the issues LGBTQ Youth face

Presenters: Liz Hamor & Daniel English

Liz Hamor - Liz is currently a Stay-at-Home-Mom and part- to full-time GLSEN volunteer. Prior to choosing to stay home to raise her two entertaining children, she taught Kindergarten and Second Grade after earning her Bachelor degrees in Spanish and Elementary Education, and her Masters in Elementary Education with Bilingual and English as a Second Language endorsements. When she’s not cheering on her kids in their various activities or trying to make sure GLSEN Greater Wichita runs smoothly, she enjoys traveling with her family, reading, writing, and capturing her family’s memories in albums. Liz GLSENs when she sees empowered LGBTQ students and allies creating positive change in their schools and communities.
Daniel English - Daniel is the GLSEN Professional Development Coordinator.

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Date and Time: Wednesday, November 6, 2019   8:30 AM - 3:30 PM

Cost:  FREE to USD 261 Staff, $100 Out of District

Registration Deadline:  October 31, 2019

**Graduate credit available**

Class Description:

Problem solving, critical thinking and creativity are three skills in high demand for the leaders of the next generation. These traits are often overlooked and not taught in public schools. In this class we will explore ways to add creative options to what we already teach. We will discuss learning styles and the differences in right and left-brain learners, so we can teach to the whole class. You will leave with a better understanding of yourself and your students as well as how to be more creative individuals.

Presenter: Heather Seachris

Heather currently teaches Art to 6th, 7th and 8th grade students at Haysville West Middle School.

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Date and Time: Wednesday, January 15, 2020   8:30 AM - 3:30 PM

Cost:  FREE to USD 261 Staff, $100 Out of District

Registration Deadline:  January 8, 2020

**Graduate credit available**

Class Description:

During this workshop, participants will view a series of videos featuring Brian Mendler, a highly sought after speaker who trains tens of thousands of educators every year on how to be successful with challenging youth. Topics will include: Creative Teaching Strategies, Defusing Power Struggles, Teachable Moments, Mental Toughness, and many more. Participants will have the opportunity to discuss and practice strategies with each other throughout the viewing.

**** Please note, that some offensive language is included in the DVD series. Mr. Mendler was a tough kid who teaches tough kids - he repeats what the kids said to him, and it is not always school appropriate.

Presenter: Shari Burke

Shari Burke is the Learning Facilitator for Behavior in USD 261. She was a Special Education teacher for 25 years, teaching in inclusion rooms, grades K-12. Her final years of teaching were spent in the Self-Contained ED classroom in Haysville.

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Date and Time:  Wednesday, January 29, 2020 and Wednesday, February 26, 2020 (Both Days Required)   8:30 AM - 3:30 PM

Cost:  FREE to USD 261 Staff, $200 Out of District

Registration Deadline:  January 22, 2020

**Graduate credit available**

Class Description:

Interested in taking the next step in your journey using Google? This workshop will provide you with the necessary skills and understanding to apply for the Google Innovator certification. You will select a problem in your classroom, go through the innovation process using G-Suite, and publish your final solution.

Presenter: Chris Wyant

Chris is a Clinical Educator with Wichita State University

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Date and Time: Wednesday, February 5, 2020   8:30 AM - 3:30 PM

Cost:  FREE to USD 261 Staff, $100 Out of District

Registration Deadline:  January 29, 2020

**Graduate credit available**

Class Description:

What motivates your students? Where are your students when given a choice? That’s where we need to be as teachers! Want an increase in student achievement? Want to see homework turned in and students participating? Want to see students excited to learn? It’s time to get connected! We will explore apps such as Remind, Instagram, Facebook, Plickers and YouTube to engage and connect with students!

Presenter: Heather Seachris

Heather currently teaches Art to 6th, 7th and 8th grade students at Haysville West Middle School.

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Date and Time: Wednesday, March 4, 2020   8:30 AM - 3:30 PM

Cost:  FREE to USD 261 Staff, $100 Out of District

Registration Deadline:  February 26, 2020

**Graduate credit available**

Class Description:

During this workshop, participants will create a syllable type and syllable division script that can be taken back to their classroom for use. The first half of the day we will review the six syllable types, the importance of teaching syllables, and view different syllable lessons. In the afternoon we will create scripts, and a PowerPoint for you to take back and use in your classroom.

Presenter: Kasahra Cotton

Kasahra is in her fifth year of teaching and forth year as a first grade teacher at Nelson Elementary. She has a Bachelor of Arts from Southwestern College and is currently working on her Master’s of Arts in Curriculum and Instruction at Southwestern College. Kasahra loves to share her knowledge with others and has taught a Remind 101, and Facebook class through The Learning Center. She has a passion for research-based reading strategies that engage our struggling and non-struggling readers.

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Date and Time: Wednesday, April 22, & Thursday, April 23, 2020   8:00 AM - 12:30 PM

Cost:  FREE to USD 261 Staff, $100 Out of District

Registration Deadline:  April 15, 2020

**Graduate credit available**

Class Description:

With one in five youth experiencing mental health and substance use problems, but less than one third of thenm accessing treatment, early intervention and support of young people experiencing emotional and substance use challenges is critical. Youth Mental Health First Aid © USA is an 8-hour in-person training program - like traditional First Aid or CPR - designed to give participants the skills to help adolescents age 12-18 who are developing a mental health proplem or experiencing an emotional crisis. The course uses role-playing and simulations to demonstrate how to recognize and respond to warning signs and connect young people to professional, peer, social, and self-help care. Participants do not learn to diagnose, nor how to provide any therapy or counseling - rather, they learn to support a youth in both crisis and non-crisis situations.

Presenter: Ellamonique Baccus

Ellamonique Baccus is an art therapist and the Executive Director of Arts Partners in Wichita. She earned her Master's degree in Art Therapy from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and was a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor in Chicago for over 10 years. She has extensive experience providing behavioral health therapy, crisis counseling, peer support groups and diagnostic assessment for youth in grades K-12 in school based settings, residential treatment, community based settings, and counseling centers. Ella developed the Wesley Children's Hospital Medical Art Therapy Program in Wichita. In her role at Arts Partners, she has been able to continue the work she began in Chicago here in Kansas. Her work is to train and collaborate with educators and artists to implement arts integration programs in schools that provide a holistic educational experience for students and supports their social and emotional well-being as a significant component of academic success.

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