Every single school-based professional has felt concerned for students. It could be a big concern that requires someone to step in immediately, but often, it’s a small concern that something just doesn’t seem right. In many cases, we rationalize away the concern as a student having a bad day or believing someone else will take notice and do something. However, these smaller, low-level concerns provide the biggest opportunities to make a difference.
Join Amy Grosso, Ph.D. as she explores the ways we can use low-level concerns to create a picture of a student needing support much earlier when the problems are more manageable. Dr. Grosso will also share ways law enforcement, school administrators and the entire school community can enhance collaboration for better student outcomes.