UPDATE 11/30/22: Zoom Meeting -MSHS Suicide Prevention Training for Parents & Caregivers, November 30th
Update 11/30/22: This event will now be held via zoom.
At 6:30pm tonight is Mount Si High School’s LEARN Saves Lives: Parent/Caregiver Suicide Prevention Training. Due to the current weather conditions and school closure, the Suicide Prevention Team has made the decision to transition this in-person training to an online training via Zoom. This is such an important topic, and our team wants to ensure parents/caregivers are trained prior to their students being trained on December 7th during their 9th Grade Language Arts classes. Due to this, we will continue with the training as schedule today, just simply online.
Here is the updated information for this training:
Topic: MSHS Parent/Guardian Suicide Prevention Training
Time: November 30th at 6:30 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)
If you are interested in joining this conversation and have not signed up yet, please fill out this google form: https://forms.gle/7TRxZ6Fi3a71NCka8. For any questions about tonight’s training, please do not hesitate to contact Sloan Westerman at firstname.lastname@example.org We look forward to seeing you tonight for LEARN Saves Lives!
Developed by Forefront Suicide Prevention at the University of Washington, you will learn a five-step process to help you talk with someone you’re worried about, learn if they are considering suicide and take early steps to keep them safe.
Over 3,000 Snoqualmie Valley School District parents and caregivers, students and staff have received Forefront's LEARN® Saves Lives training since 2015.Our goal this year is to provide this training to all freshman students at Mount Si High School and Two Rivers School in December.
Forefront Suicide Prevention, a center of excellence at the UW School of Social Work, is dedicated to preventing suicide through education and systemic change. Forefront in the Schools is an innovative program for high schools that uses a comprehensive model designed to bring the school and larger community together to build capacity for sustainable mental health promotion and suicide prevention.