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Event Details

11/29/17
Parent Seminar: Suicide Education and Prevention Strategies
Audience: Homepage, Adams Elementary School, Andersen Elementary School, Back Bay High School, California Elementary School, College Park Elementary School, Corona del Mar High School, Corona del Mar Middle School, Costa Mesa High School, Costa Mesa Middle School, Davis Magnet School, Early College High School, Eastbluff Elementary School, Ensign Intermediate School, Estancia High School, Harbor View Elementary School, Kaiser Elementary School, Killybrooke Elementary School, Lincoln Elementary School, Mariners Elementary School, Monte Vista High School, Newport Coast Elementary, Newport Elementary School, Newport Harbor High School, Newport Heights Elementary, Paularino Elementary School, Pomona Elementary School, Rea Elementary School, Sonora Elementary School, TeWinkle Middle School, Victoria Elementary School, Whittier Elementary School, Wilson Elementary School and Woodland Elementary School
Posted by: Adriana Angulo, District Admin, Newport Mesa Unified School District
Location: Estancia High School Theater Contact: Angela Castellanos - acastellanos@nmusd.us
Start Time: 6:00 PM End Time: 7:00 PM

This workshop will focus on the principles of suicide prevention,  outline NMUSD policies, procedures, and provide guidance for  parents. The discussion will include the identification of common myths, risk factors and warning signs as well as highlight protective factors, primary prevention, early identification, referral, and  resources available. Suicide prevention is an on-going, collaborative process, and we urge your participation. 

 

See attached flyer for more information