The Building Capacity team released two reports summarizing the third year of our project. The first report is our Annual Report which describes all our activities for policy makers and the general public.
The second report is a detailed technical evaluation that includes an independent empirical evaluation of programs and training components developed during year two of the project.
Building Capacity was honored this year at a special VIP event at Petco Park during a Padres-Dodgers game. Military Social Work Awareness Day was organized by the California chapter of the National Association of Social Workers..
Implementation of the Interstate Compact on Educational Opportunity for Military Children is moving forward in California. Get an update in this issue of the newsletter.
This recent issue of the newsletter provides resources and suggestions for improving transitions for military-connected students.
The Suicide Prevention Council is a community-wide effort to reduce and eliminate suicides in San Diego County.
The Council's Question, Persuade, Refer training teaches "gatekeepers"--including educators, parents and community members--to recognize a crisis and to identify the warning signs that someone might be thinking about suicide.
In partnership with the San Diego Health and Human Services Agency, the Council is available to provide this training to school district personnel. For more information, read this story in our October newsletter or contact Yeni Palomino at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This handbook provides research and recommendations for how schools can prevent bullying. The document was prepared by the American Educational Research Association's National Task Force on Bullying.