Annual Crisis Team Training 2015-2016
“They’re here, they’re Queer, now what? Implications of LGBTQ in Education"
· Back to School Toolkit
· FAP Family LGBT Brief Final
- Civil Lawsuits - “The Basics: Review of the Threat Assessment
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“Managing Suicide Risk: It’s All about Safety Planning”
\“ "Sexting: What Schools Need to Know”
· Power point: “Managing Suicide Risk: It’s All about Safety Planning”
- Sexting Video Resources
· Tips for Teens re Sexting
· Tips for Teens re Sexting ES Spanish
· Tips for Teens
Overview of the School Site and District Crisis TeamsLAUSD crisis intervention teams operate within a two-tier system of response. At the school site, “Under the direction of the principal or designee, every school shall establish a crisis team” (Bulletin 962.1) to respond to events that lead to:
- Temporary disruption of regular school functions and routines
- Significant interference with the ability of students and staff to focus on learning
- Physical and/or psychological injury to students and staff
- Concentrated attention from the community and news media
At the second tier, CCIS organizes and trains District Crisis Teams, comprised of multidisciplinary employee volunteers who, in turn, support school site crisis teams. Led by the Educational Service Center Coordinators, the Education Service Center Teams and CCIS respond to events which overwhelm the resources of the school and provide technical assistance to school-site teams to:
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Help students return to a safe environment and calm routine
Re-establish the "social connectedness" of students with family, teachers and peers
Minimize the negative effects of trauma
Support constructive coping behaviors and the natural resilience of students
- Facilitate full student attendance and participation in the learning process.
FormsCrisis Counseling Referral Form for Teachers Referral form to attach to staff memo to refer students for crisis counseling.Confidential Counseling Log Log sheet for use by crisis counselor to indicate students seen, services provided and any follow-up necessary.Crisis Counseling Sign-in for Students Form for students to sign in when receiving crisis counseling.Students Release Sheet Form to use when releasing students to family members, guardians, or designated emergency person listed on emergency card.Crisis Team Members Sign-In Sheet Sign-In sheet for crisis team members reporting to your school.Community Resource Form For use when providing referrals to parents/guardians to community agencies.Sample Letters That May Be Used In The Event of A Crisis
Sample Letters for Staff
Sample Letters for Parents
Death of Student from Illness (English)
Death of Student from Illness (Spanish)
Gun / Weapon on Campus
On-Campus Fight - Minor Injuries
Off-Campus Shooting - Major Injuries
Off-Campus Shooting - Minor Injuries
On-Campus Shooting - Major Injuries
On-Campus Shooting - Minor Injuries
Staff / Teacher Arrest
Traffic AccidentHandouts and Attachments to Accompany Sample LettersSafe School Plan Volume 3 - Intervention & Recovery ProceduresResources
Psychological First Aid Handouts General Guidelines for Addressing Mental Health Needs in the School Environment.
Crisis Response Training Video Video taken during the 2009-2010 Annual District Crisis Team Training to assist schools with information and procedures.
Interview Protocol Types of questions and protocol to use when interviewing students.
FERPA Brochure Balancing student privacy and school safety: Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act for Elementary and Secondary schools.
SMH Resource Directory 2011-2012 Resource Guide for Agencies and Social ServicesAnnual District Crisis Team Training - October 11, 2013 Presentations from Crisis Team Training 2013-14
Annual District Crisis Team Training - September 26, 2014 Presentations from Crisis Team Training 2014-15