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San Luis Valley, Alamosa: Friday, August 2nd, 2024

Enhancing School Safety Regional Training:

Integrating Prevention and School Climate Improvement Efforts


The training will explore the fundamentals of preventing school violence by emphasizing the creation of systems and structures essential for positive school environments. Participants will engage in a collaborative session to identify, integrate, and align evidence-based school violence prevention strategies (e.g., inclusive discipline practices, bullying prevention, proactive social-emotional and positive behavioral supports).

Learning Objectives

  1. Explore elements of school safety plans in Colorado and how they connect to school climate improvement. 
  2. Describe school violence prevention and corresponding evidence-based practices. 
  3. Investigate contextual variables that impact school safety efforts.
  4. Consider the systems and structures necessary to effectively integrate and align school safety efforts.

Who Should Attend

District and school-level educators, administrators, mental health staff, school resource officers, family liaisons, and other community partners involved in school safety and violence prevention efforts (e.g., discipline, social-emotional and behavioral development, climate and culture, multi-tiered system of supports). Although not required, it is highly recommended that attendees come as a multi-disciplinary team as content will target systems and structures and activities will include collaborative experiences.


Friday, August 2nd, 2024, from 9:00-3:30 (lunch on your own)


Adams State University, 208 Edgemont Blvd, Alamosa, CO 81101


  • Space is limited!
  • This training is being provided at no cost to attendees. Lunch is on your own. 
  • Registration will close end-of-day July 26th, 2024, one week prior to the event.

Register here for the August 2nd training (Google Form)!


August 2nd Regional Training Flyer (PDF)