[School-counselors] FW: "Erasing Barriers to Learning" - Issue #2
bashcraft at access.k12.wv.us
Fri Mar 9 14:56:33 EST 2012
West Virginia is a step ahead of the rest of the nation in its development of an Expanded School Mental Health Model. We now have a comprehensive website full of resources to assist schools in developing or expanding an Expanded School Mental Health Model. This is just one of the toolkits to assist you in better serving students. I encourage you to visit the website at http://sites.google.com/site/wvesmhi and become familiar with our resources.
Also, I encourage you to review the Protocol for School Counselor on Expanded School Mental Health that is referred to in the toolkit below.
From: Linda Anderson - WV Expanded School Mental Health [mailto:Linda_Anderson_WV_Expanded_Schoo at mail.vresp.com]
Sent: Friday, March 09, 2012 11:49 AM
To: bashcraft at access.k12.wv.us
Subject: "Erasing Barriers to Learning" - Issue #2
Erasing Barriers to Learning March 2012
Welcome to the second of four monthly issues of "Erasing Barriers to Learning" by the West Virginia Expanded School Mental Health Initiative—a partnership between the WV Department of Education, WV Department of Health & Human Resources, parents and professionals.
Toolkit #3 <http://cts.vresp.com/c/?WVSchoolHealthTechni/a13fb8dd77/2e29bc4103/82f19245d6> : Early Identification </f
Screening to identify youth in need can link them to effective services earlier, and contribute to positive educational outcomes...
<http://cts.vresp.com/c/?WVSchoolHealthTechni/a13fb8dd77/2e29bc4103/a066c7df14> Read the full article...
Also Check Out Toolkit #4: Developmental Guidance <http://cts.vresp.com/c/?WVSchoolHealthTechni/a13fb8dd77/2e29bc4103/2b3a00ab26>
One powerful page on how West Virginia schools with limited counseling resources can develop an effective classroom-based developmental guidance curriculum. Includes links to current state policy, and best practice resources.
<http://cts.vresp.com/c/?WVSchoolHealthTechni/a13fb8dd77/2e29bc4103/3960627565/page_id=684> DOWNLOAD THE ENTIRE 8-BRIEF SERIES - BUILDING A FOUNDATION OF LEARNING SUPPORTS
Video Clip of the Month
<http://cts.vresp.com/c/?WVSchoolHealthTechni/a13fb8dd77/2e29bc4103/3b5cd06d03> <http://cts.vresp.com/c/?WVSchoolHealthTechni/a13fb8dd77/2e29bc4103/3b5cd06d03> 2 West Virginia Educators speak_0001 <http://cts.vresp.com/c/?WVSchoolHealthTechni/a13fb8dd77/2e29bc4103/3b5cd06d03> Building partnerships between school systems and community mental health providers. Features representatives from three local school systems in West Virginia.
Part 2 of 5 clips produced by the West Virginia Expanded School Mental Health Initiative
View the 4-minute video... <http://cts.vresp.com/c/?WVSchoolHealthTechni/a13fb8dd77/2e29bc4103/5923d67b66>
“Expanded school mental health” refers to programs that build on core services typically provided by schools. Expanded School Mental Health is a framework that:
* includes the full continuum of prevention, early intervention and treatment
* serves all students
* emphasizes shared responsibility between schools, mental health service providers and other community partners
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