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While this series is open to all Massachusetts educators, only attendees from districts who belong to MPY may apply for PDPs and/or CEUs.

Title: School Crisis Team Development: Introduction to Creating a Comprehensive Targeted Violence Prevention Plan

Speakers: Rep. Marjorie Decker, Chairperson, Joint Committee on Public Health; Scott Morrison Ed.D., Superintendent, Tri-Town School Union; Steven Burt CPO, Director of Security and Crisis Response, Masconomet Regional School District

Date: September 23, 2021

Time: 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Program Goals: This is the introductory session of MPY's School Crisis Development Series, which will focus on the importance of threat assessment teams, investigative themes for concerning student behavior, and promoting a safe school climate. With schools reopening and students returning to full time education, school leaders are refocusing attention on the elements to keep students, staff, and families safe. This session will give an overview of  creating a comprehensive targeted violence prevention plan.

Massachusetts Partnership for Youth (MPY), Inc., distributes Professional Development Points (PDPs) to school personnel. If you would like to apply for PDPs today, please fill out the information below and complete the assessment. Please submit this request form within 8 days of the webinar. The forms will be removed from MPY's website 8 days after the webinar.  

PLEASE NOTE: You must submit this information every time you attend an MPY event to ensure you receive all your earned hours of PDPs. PDPs can be only issued for a minimum of 10 hours of programming during the 2021-2022 school year.

Professional Development Points (PDP) certificates are emailed at the end of the school year to the email address provided.

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