Mental and Behavioral Health Grant

PLC Schedule and Resources December 2021-April 2022

Our Partnership

Hello Everyone! I look forward to continuing our work with your mental health teams! I have included the PLC schedule and ZOOM link to register for our PLCs through April along with the links for the Implementation Roadmap. There is also a link to create a School Health Assessment and Performance Evaluation System (SHAPE) Account for any team member that has not created an account. I'm always here if you have any questions or concerns! My goal is to support your mental and behavioral health goals for your students; let's make this happen!

Sincerely,

Kim Guerrero,

Professional Development Consultant

Education Service Center

Title IV, Part A Mental and Behavioral Grant Monthly Trainings

Implementation RoadMap Dates and Links

Below are my links to the sessions, so you will have to change your name upon entering the ZOOM. Your district representative for the grant also has these links if needed. A calendar invite was sent on 11-12-2021.


December 8, 2021

January 19, 2022

February 23, 2022

March 23, 2022

April 27, 2022

Monthly PLC Meetings from 12:00 pm - 12:30pm and In-Person Training 2-16-2022

Our monthly PLCs will be from 12:00-12:30; I will always stay from 12:30-1:00 for any questions or guidance. Instead of attending the ZOOM sessions in March and April, your team may schedule an individual session with the ESC. Please let me know if you would like to meet in person or ZOOM if you prefer the individualized sessions.


Making M.T.S.S. Work with Data and S.M.A.R.T. goals Part 1

Date: December 8, 2021

Time: 12:00-12:30

Zoom Link

Presenter(s): Dr. Better-Bubon (tentative)



Making M.T.S.S. Work with Data Part 2

Date: January 19, 2021

Time: 12:00-12:30

ZOOM Link

Presenter(s): Dr. Better-Bubon and Kimberly Guerrero


Making M.T.S.S. Work Building Tier-Two Supports with Data (In-Person Session)

6611 Boeing, El Paso TX, 79925

Date: February 16, 2021

Time: 1:00-4:00pm

Click-and-Learn Link Coming Soon

Presenter(s):Dr. Better-Bubon and Dr. Olsen


Making M.T.S.S. Work with Data Part 3

Date: February 23, 2021

Time: 12:00-12:30

ZOOM Link

Presenter(s): Dr. Betters-Bubon and Kimberly Guerrero


Implementation Roadmap and Strategic Plan

Date: March 23, 2021

Time: 12:00 - 12:30

ZOOM Link

Presenter(s): Kimberly Guerrero


Implementation Roadmap and Strategic Plan Follow-up

Date: April 27, 201

Time: 12:00-12:30

ZOOM Link

Presenter(s): Kimberly Guerrero

Creating a SHAPE Account

Please click on the link below to create a SHAPE account if you haven't already. Please know the first person from your district to make the account will be the administrator, and most districts already have an administrator. At the top right, you will see "Sign Up" to create this account. This process will take under 5 minutes.
SHAPE

All members of the team will create a SHAPE Account for the Small and Rural Mental and Behavioral Grant. The first person from the district to register is the administrator for the account.

Samples of the SHAPE District Profiles and Assessment

The Profile and Quality Assessment are required under the grant. Most districts have completed the profile and assessment. If you are still working on them, please make time with your team to complete the process. If you need my assistance, please let me know.

TEAs New Mental Health Tool Kit

TEA School Mental Health

Please take a look at TEAs new Mental Health Website and Toolkit. Please click on the picture for the website, and you may download the Toolkit below.

Mental and Behavioral Health Grant Goals

MHBH Grant Goals

1) Participate in Professional Learning Community Meetings at least one time per month.

2) Conduct an assessment of behavioral health needs in your district.

The assessment must include:

a. School climate surveys of staff and students,

b. Integration of perception data into the needs assessment process, and

c. Analyzing school climate survey data and use it to inform the needs assessment process and build a multi-tiered system of support.

3) Enroll in the SHAPE System and complete the baseline SHAPE System Self-Assessment.

4 )Become familiar with the TEAs Mental Health Website and Toolkit, including:

a. Introduction and Overview of the new TEA Webpage and Tools,

b. School Behavioral Health Needs Assessment(SHAPE) with TEA Tools and School Climate Data,

c. Resource Mapping to identify and map internal and external School Behavioral Health resources with TEA Tools,

d. Behavioral Health Campus Planning to build preliminary School Behavioral Health Campus Service Delivery Plan with TEA Tools and develop a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), and

e. Intervention and Consultation on additional student-level processes and TEA Tools.

6) Build resources and relationships that support:

a. Build Relationships with Local Mental Health Authorities (LMHAs)

b. Collaboration with the HB19 Mental Health Professional assigned to the ESC, Rocio Bicki, rmbickei@esc19.net.

c. Participation in telemedicine initiatives with TCHATT, hanna.garza@ttuhsc.edu, and other sources.

Review 2020-2021 PLC Materials

Please click on the picture for an overview of many of our PLC session topics and resources from last school year.

Other Training Opportunities and Resources

MTSS and Student Data

Wednesday, November 17, 2021, 9-11:30 am MST

Please join us for MTSS:RTI and School Counseling Data and Culturally Sustaining Practices presented by two authors from Making MTSS Work, Dr. Olsen, and Dr. Betters-Bubon. During this professional development, they will deliver on:

a. What are and why use data-driven practices?

b. What are and the importance of culturally sustaining practices and their relationship to data-driven programs?

c. Aligning data within MTSS and the school counseling program

d. Root cause analysis

e. Advanced model of data-driven practices, based on Young and Kaffenberger’s (2019) model

Please register on Click-and-Learn and ZOOM:

https://txr19.escworks.net/catalog/session.aspx?session_id=192132 and with the ZOOM link

https://esc19.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZEsfuiorz4uHtBoPa8GYIeOEi4EAiKBiX9Y

TCHATT

Texas Tech TCHATT Program

Texas Tech has or will be reaching out to receive feedback on their program. The link is provided below for more information. If you have not been contacted, you may email Kim Guerrero at koguerrero@esc19.net or Dr. Hanna Garza at hanna.garza@ttuhsc.edu.
o THCATT

Texas Child Health Access Through Telemedicine