The SPTS 2021 Virtual Youth Wellness Conference is a two-day event offered to New Jersey Public and Private High Schools at no cost. The conference will provide students and staff with resources to support holistic wellness amidst a pandemic.
There is a maximum limit of 500 attendees per day, and participation will be granted to the first 500 registered.
FREE online learning experience designed for:
Elementary, Middle, and High School Faculty and Staff
Non-Faculty and Ancillary Staff
The online classroom presents a whole new set of distractions for students that can ultimately manifest in behavior disruptive to your lesson.
This course will help you develop de-escalation techniques designed to help keep your online lessons running smoothly.
A list of valuable resources for staying mentally strong and safe during the COVID-19 crisis. This article includes resources for youth, parents, and educators/counselors to utilize during this difficult and scary time, such as:
This holiday season we invite you, on behalf of all students, parents, educators, and communities impacted by our programming, to demonstrate your dedication to holistic wellness and to join our family and members of our Board of Directors, as a member of our Guardian Giving Program.
Educators are in a critical but limited role to listen to vulnerable youth, observe warning signs for suicide, and refer or connect students to resources.
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