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Our mission is to provide leadership, training and support for schools and their communities designed to improve collaboration and ensure the health and educational achievement of children in a safe, nurturing and disciplined environment.


 

 

 

 

Health and Wellness Information

 

TOOLS FOR IMMUNIZATIONS REQUIREMENT

School Immunization Resources

WVDHHR School Requirements

WVDE -Immunization Entry Records and Step-by-Step Notification

WVDE Immunization Talking Points

 

WVDE School Readiness Tool Kit with promotional materials

PowerPoint from October 26, 2016

 

Webinar from October 26, 2016 on MU websites

WVBE-Policy 2423 with HealthCheck in Section 5.1

 

 

 

 

 

 

TOOLS FOR HEALTHCHECK REQUIREMENTS 

HealthCheck Tools for Schools (PDF)

WVDE School Readiness Tool Kit with promotional materials WV HealthCheck Periodicity Schedule

WV HealthCheck Health History/Health Screening Forms

WV HealthCheck Parent Preventive Care Tips for all ages

 

DRAFT WVDE School Readiness Tool Kit with promotional materials

Regional HealthCheck Map 2016

PowerPoint from October 26, 2016

 

Webinar from October 26, 2016 on MU website

WVBE-Policy 2423 with HealthCheck in Section 5.2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TOOLS FOR DENTAL EXAM REQUIREMENTS 

Dental Exam Tool Kit (PDF)

Dental Exam Tool Kit (WORD)

 

DRAFT Dental Tool Kit with Grade 7

Dental Exam Flyer

WVDE School Readiness Tool Kit with promotional materials

Oral Health Technical Assistance Request Log

PowerPoint from October 26, 2016

 

Webinar from October 26, 2016 on MU website

WVBE-Policy 2423 with dental exam in Section 5.3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2014-15 School Nurse Needs Assessment

The School Nurse Needs Assessment is an executive summary of the current student health service needs in WV public schools.  It is an aggregated report of statewide data.  The report is required by W.Va. Code 18-5-22 f  from each county school nurse and normally completed every two years to allow revision to the Basic and Specialized Health Care Procedure Manual for WV Public Schools as stated in Policy 2422.7- Standards for Health Care Procedures.   This report should be utilized in planning for staffing and service delivery to provide WV children with proper health services to function at an optimal level and ensure educational achievement.

 

 

2014-15 WV Public School Nurse Needs BRIEF with Map (PDF)

 

2014-15 WV Public School Nurse Needs Assessment (PDF)

 

W.Va. Code 18-5-22

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DIABETES TOOL KIT  

Diabetes Tool Kit -The diabetes tool kit is filled with sample newsletters, Hemoglobin A1C chart and many other materials for Type 1 diabetic students.

 

JDRF Bags of Hope -The Bag of Hope is a complimentary over-the-shoulder satchel filled with a variety of educational and reference materials. For children under the age of 12, the Bag of Hope also includes Rufus, the Bear with Diabetes ™, a plush bear designed to help children learn about insulin injections.

 

W.Va. Code 18-2K-1-

Diabetes Care Plan Act

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FLOODING/DIASTER RESOURCES

 

 

Helping Children Cope with Diasters (PDF)

Taking Care of Your Emotional Health after a Disaster (PDF) -one-page handout

Brief Information on Childhood Traumatic Grief FOR SCHOOL PERSONNEL (PDF)

Quick Brief on Recovery After a Flood for Teachers and Parents (PDF)

Compendium of Resources for Immediate Disaster Behavioral Health Response (PDF)

 

TRAINING:  FREE Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) Training - this is the help offered to a person developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis. The first aid is given until appropriate treatment and support are received or until the crisis resolves.

Contact Dianna Bailey-Miller at baileymiller@marshall.edu or (304) 695-1155 to schedule a MHFA training for your school or county. 

 

SERVICES:  If your school or county is interested in finding school-based mental health services, please contact Jackie Payne, WV Project AWARE Coordinator at Marshall University- WV Autism Training Center at payne225@marshall.edu or (304) 696-2332.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SAFE AND SUPPORTIVE SCHOOLS

Responding to and Preventing School Violence and Suicide

Helping Kids During Crisis

Helping Children Cope

Talking to Children about the Shooting

Psychological Impact of the Recent Shooting

Parent Guidelines for Helping Youth after the Recent Shooting

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Policy 4373 Electronic Manual (Included in this manual are links to implementation tools)

 

WEST VIRGINIA SCHOOLS Crisis Prevention and Response Plan Template

Addressing Mental Health in School Crisis Prevention & Response

Safe and Supportive Schools (S3) Intervention Plan

Safe and Supportive Schools(S3) Teams Slide Show

 

WV Safe and Supportive Schools GATE Training Information

 

Link to Bullying Prevention Resources

 

Health Education Assessment (HEAP) Administrative Instructions

 

 

 

 

Upcoming Events

 

2016/17 School Year

Medicaid Trainings for School Nurses

 

Contact Terry Riley at tjriley@k12.wv.us or call 304-558-2696 to schedule a training in your county or RESA.

 

  • August 8, 2016 at 9am in Spring Valley High School in Huntington (RESA 2 area)

Monthly School Health Webinars with WVDE and Marshall University

 

Contact Rebecca King at rjking@k12.wv.us or call 304-558-2696.

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Past Events

 

 

 

 

2016 KidStrong Conference on June 21-23 at the

Charleston Civic Center, WV

 

 

  • Conference EvaluationCLICK HERE to complete the confernece evaluation.  If you need assistance with completing the online forms, please ocntact Stephanie Montgomery at smontgom@marshall.edu or (304) 634-1008.  If you have questions abount Continuing Educaiton Credits, please contact Amy Leedy at leedya@marshall.edu or (304) 691-1192.

 

 

 

2016 KidStrong Concord University Graduate Credit

  • Concord University Graduate Credit Course Registration Form - CLICK HERE   Please complete in advance and bring to the Concord University Registration Table at the 2016 KidStrong Conference.  You must attend two full days of the KidStrong conference and complete required assignment.  The cost for 3 hours of non-degree graduate credit is $99.00, payable in the form of a check or credit card.Concord

  • 2016 KidStrong Graduate Assignment - CLICK HERE  
  • 2016 KidStrong Graduate Assignment Part A Implementation Plan - CLICK HERE   NEW!
  • 2016 KidStrong Graduate Assignment Part B Project/Implementation Plan Reflection (due May 7, 2017) - TO BE POSTED  

 

 

 

2016 KidStrong Conference Presentations

 

Day 1
Day 2
Day 3

Recreation and Sport: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow!

 Bob Lujano, MS

Pre-Hospital Use and Administration of Naloxone 

 

Dr. Elizabeth Scharman

The Changing Role of School Counselors: Past to Present - From Isolated Service to Valued Callaborator

 

Dr. Norm Gysbers, Professor Emeritus of the University of Missouri

Inclusive PE/PA Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow! Benefits for Everyone

 

Bob Lujano & Chris Mackey

E-cigarettes

 

Dr. Elizabeth Scharman

 

Student Centered School Counseling

 

Dr. Norm Gysbers

Boost Your Brain

 

Tony Lamka

Nutrition in Action

 

Tim Bender & Sharon Maynard

ECPBIS

 

Amy Carlson

Bain Info Resources

 

Tony Lamka

From School Counselor to a Comprehensive School Counseling Program: Collaborating to Support Student Success

 

Dr. Norm Gysbers

Moving from “Developmental Guidance” to Integrated Delivery of the WVSSS

 

-2 Mini Expedition Week

-5 Mini Expedition Week


Mary Svingos & Tiffany Elkins

Make it Happen: Best Practices and Resources along with GoNoodle and Operation Tone Up

 

Josh Grant, GoNoodle & Tony Lamka

 

Veterans Mental Health

 

Anna Verschoore, Tracie Hamb & Jennifer Paugh

The Kinesthetic Classroom

 

-Kinestetic Classroom HO

-Brain Games

 

Dr. Debbie Stevens-Smith

 

Understanding the Needs of Students in Out of Home Care

 

Amanda Davis

Hunger

 

Sharon Maynard

 

Dropout Prevention  on the Frontlines

 

Emily Pratt

Public School Medicaid Billing for School Nurses

 

-Nursing Billing Form 2015 SAMPLE

-TCM Activities 2015

-Personal Care Log Sheet 2015

 

Terry Riley

 

Personalized Education Plans: A Shared Responsibility

 

Dr. Barb Brady, Elizabeth Kantor-Bright and John Tomaszewski

Student Centered School Counseling: Using Data to Improve/Prove Your Program

 

Dr. Norm Gysbers

 
 

CPR in Schools Program

 

Sonya Vezmar

 
 

iiPad:  Instruction, Productivity Access and Documentation - They Do It All

 

Lee Ann Brammer

and

Gennifer Taylor

 
 

Active Academics

 

-Handout

 

Dr. Eloise Elliott