Region 6 Title IV Updates

June 21, 2021

Responding to Gangs in Schools

Click here to register for the Gangs 101 - Responding to Gangs in Schools Training on June 23, 2021. The training is open to anyone who wants to attend at no cost. See flyer below.

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Click HERE to register for the AS+K ABOUT SUICIDE TO SAVE A LIFE virtual training. This training is open to anyone who wants to attend at no cost.
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FREDLA - The Family Run Executive Director Leadership Association

FREDLA is the national representative and advocate for family-run organizations and their executive directors, and supports effective stewardship of family-run organizations.

Advocating for Comprehensive School Mental Health: Click HERE for more information.

FREDLA_Tip Sheet for Families

FREDLA_Tip Sheet for Decision Makers

Action Alert School Mental Health_COVID

15 Apps Parents Should Know About

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Behavior Training Information

Click HERE for upcoming Behavior Training.

School Nurse Information

Click HERE for School Nurse information.

Mitigating the Threat of School Violence as the U.S. "Returns to Normal" from the COVID-Pandemic and Beyond

DHS's Office of Intelligence and Analysis (I&A) and the Center for Prevention Programs and Partnerships (CP3) provide a resource to raise awareness of potential risk factors and indicators for targeted violence in schools, raise awareness of the likelihood that students may have been exposed to multiple risk factors during the COVID-19 pandemic, and provide resources to become an engaged bystander as part of a comprehensive local prevention framework.

Click HERE to read the bulletin.

Texas Education Agency Title IV Website

TEA provides resources and FAQs for Title IV. Click the image above for information.

Updated Title IV FAQs available HERE.

Title IV Program Guidelines

Click the image above to view the Title IV Program guidelines. Topics in the program guideline include:

  • Title IV Comprehensive Needs Assessment information
  • Allowable Title IV spending activities
  • Title IV FAQs
  • Equitable services for PNPs

Region 14 ESC Title IV School Safety State Initiative

Region 14 ESC provides resources for districts and charter schools in the area of Title IV Shool Safety. Click the image above for details.
Adverse Childhood Experiences

Adverse childhood experiences impact many mental health issues and physical health issues in individuals. Learn more about ACEs and how trauma affects youth through adulthood.

TallCop Says Stop Blog


Aha Process

This website provides information about Ruby Payne Workshops, conferences, and products. Learn how to reach your students and families and provide educators with the skills to support them.