The Trauma Informed School

Join HSE Schools for a comprehensive workshop on the Trauma-Informed Schools.

July 27, 2017
Hamilton Southeastern High School Cafeteria
13910 E 126th St. Fishers, IN 46037

9a – 4p with lunch and materials provided
Registration Fee: $600 per team (up to four); $200 Individuals

This one-day interactive workshop is designed to provide the knowledge and tools needed to create a trauma-informed learning environment.  Space is limited.  School based teams are encouraged to attend together.  Please direct questions to Janie Ulmer.  Together, we will:

  • Review evidence-based research on how trauma impacts brain development and student behavior
  • Learn about self-regulation and identify triggers that impact students coming from toxic environments
  • Introduce systems that are effective in working with all students including challenging students
  • Attend a free viewing of Paper Tigers on July 26, 2017 at 7pm

 

M51micsOJjhL._AC_US218_eet our workshop presenter, Jim Sporleder.  Jim is co-author of The Trauma-Informed School and a retired principal of Lincoln High School in Walla Walla.  Lincoln High School was one of the first high schools in the country to create a “trauma-informed” school.  It gained national attention due to the significant decrease in out of school suspensions, increased graduation rates and the number of students going on to post-secondary education.  These dramatic changes caught the attention of Jamie, Redford, who spent a year filming a documentary, Paper Tigers, which tells the Lincoln High School story.

HSE Faculty and Staff register by contacting Janie Ulmer.  All other educators and schools, please complete the registration & payment process below.