COMMUNITY MEETING WOODLAWN HIGH
COMMUNITY VOLUNTEERS COLLABORATION " SAFE SCHOOL "
WOODLAWN HIGH SCHOOL SAFETY PLAN
WE NEED YOUR VOICE WE NEED YOUR VISION'' THE SCHOOL LEADERS ARE ASKING FOR THE COMMUNITY DIALOUGE , FEEDBACK, AND IDEAS IN THE SCHOOL SAFETY PLAN.
Join us in Collaboration at Woodlawn Auditorium
Located at 1706 W. 70th St.
Shreveport, La. 71107
Contact information: Ms. Lee (318) 516-3355
Wednesday October 5, 2016
October 12, 2016 at 6:00 p.m.
For one hour
OUUR COLLABORATION SCHOOL ISSUSE TOPIC
We will share ideas and safe school plans with community volunteers of all community adults and students 15 years of age and above. our Topic is as follows:
1. High School Drop Out At Risk Prevention/Intervention
2. Drug Prevention/ Intervention
3. Violence Prevention /Intervention
Safe School Plan Success
SAFE SCHOOLS MEANS
Classrooms where students feel safe, welcome, inviting where instructions are differentiated yet challenging to motivate student interaction for learning.
Fear is eliminated and schools are conducive for learning,
Teacher/ Student support and trusted relationship that help students to learn and desire for school.
Violence elimination makes student feel safe and free to learn.
Environments that are drug free eliminates intimidation, fear, and peer pressure
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