Truancy Diversion Showcase 2015-2016
Pillar III: Improving Organizational Effectiveness:

Priority 6. We will increase efforts to improve student attendance rates and reduce the overall student truancy, suspension and juvenile incarceration rates.

Webinar Date

Counties to Present

Additional Topics

Webinar Time, Address, Phone Number and Access Code

Webinar Presentations

February 9, 2016

Marion (SBPO)
Monongalia (SBPO)
Mercer (SBPO)

Senate Bill 393
Jacob Green, Special Assistant and Cindy Largent-Hill, Director of Juvenile Justice Commission

10:00 am

Monongalia County

March 1, 2016

Boone (SBPO)
Gilmer (TSW)
Cabell (SBPO)

Youth Reporting Centers
Jason Wright, Community Based Services Director, DJS

10:00 am



Cabell County
Boone County

March 15, 2016

Brooke (SBPO)
Putnam (SBPO)
Clay (TSW)

OIEP Sites and the role of the Transition Specialist
Jacob Green, Special Assistant

10:00 am



Brooke County
Jacob Green Slides
Putnam County

March 29, 2016

Doddridge (TSW)
Kanawha (TSW)

OIEP Career Integrated Experiential Learning Concentration (CIEL)
Dr. Christina Chambers, Executive Director, OIEP and Dr. Donna Burge-Tetrick, Executive Director, CTE

10:00 am

Doddridge County

April 12, 2016

Logan (SBPO)
Wayne (SBPO)

SAMSHA Project Aware Mental Health Initiative in McDowell, Berkeley and Wood Counties based on Community Schools Framework
Paula Fields, Community Schools Coordinator, Jackie Payne, State Coordinator, Project Aware

10:00 am

Wayne County
Project Aware Grant

April 26, 2016

Mason (SBPO)
Greenbrier (SBPO)

Out of Home Placement
Jacob Green, Special Assistant

10:00 am



Greenbrier County

May 17, 2016

McDowell (SBPO)
Monroe (SBPO)
Raleigh (TSW)

Truancy Diversion Opportunities 2016-17
Georgia Huges-Webb, Truancy Diversion Data Collection, Legal Services & Accountability

10:00 am



Monroe County
Raleigh County
Data Governance

May 24, 2016

Randolph (SBPO)
Pocahontas (TSW)
Nicholas (SBPO)

Juvenile Justice Prevention
Jacob Green, Special Assistant

10:00 am




*Participants are expected to have regular computer access to equipment that successfully runs Adobe Update and Microsoft Office to participate. Although not a requirement, high speed internet access definitely enhances the online experience. Participants should be able to navigate through the online PowerPoint presentation and be proficient with using email, browsing the Internet and navigating through computer files. Participants will need access to speakers or a headset.

Truancy Diversion Showcase 2015 Memo To Superintendants