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Helping Homeless Students
Principal Leadership Magazine, Vol. 4, Number 8, May 2004 Counseling 101 Column Helping Homeless Students Principals have unique opportunities and a legal responsibility to assist homeless students and protect their rights in school. By Elizabeth A. Mizerek and Elizabeth E. Hinz Elizabeth A. Mizerek is a doctoral student in school psychology at the University of Minnesota. Elizabeth E.…
Suggested School Safety “Teachable Moment” Lesson
Natural Disasters, School/Community Violence/Tragic School Community Deaths Scott Poland, Ed.D., Director Department of Psychological Services Donna Poland, Ph.D., Middle School Principal Cypress-Fairbanks Independent School District Houston, Texas 713-460-7825 Objective Suggested Activities Resources 1. Students will develop an understanding of the facts regarding the "critical incident". Teacher will share facts that have been provided by administration that answer: …
Making School Safe for Sexual Minority Students
Principal Leadership Magazine, Vol. 4, Number 4, December 2003 Counseling 101 Column Making School Safe for Sexual Minority Students Through school-based interventions and educational training for school staff members, schools can create a safe, supportive, and nondiscriminatory environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender students. By Erica M. Weiler Erica M. Weiler is a licensed…
An ADHD Primer
Principal Leadership Magazine, Vol. 5, Number 2, October 2004 Counseling 101 Column An ADHD Primer A combination of medication and behavioral interventions tends to yield the greatest improvement in social skills and school performance for students with ADHD. By George J. DuPaul and George P. White George J. DuPaul, a professor in and coordinator of…
Dealing With Death at School
Principal Leadership Magazine, Vol. 4, Number 8, April 2004 Counseling 101 Column Dealing With Death at School Prior planning, empathic leadership, and teachable moments promote healing among students and staff members after the death of a member of the school community. By Scott Poland and Donna Poland Scott Poland is the director of Psychological Services…
After a Suicide: Answering Questions From Students
Dr. Scott Poland, Director of Psychological Services, Cypress-Fairbanks Independent School District, Houston, TX, and Member of the National Emergency Assistance Team Overview: The aftermath of a youth suicide is a sad and challenging time for a school. The major tasks for suicide postvention are to help your students and fellow faculty to manage the understandable…

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