Every Child a Graduate. Every Graduate Prepared.



2012 Graduation Training   The November 5, 2012 Graduation Training webex is available for viewing.


Alex website   Alabama Learning Exchange


Bullies Torment Victims With Technology   Name-calling, teasing, threatening, humiliation, bullies are expanding their activities beyond the classroom and schoolyard to cyberspace.


Cohort 2013 Webinar 10.21.2013   There is a 3 minute and 20 setup delay. Please advance the presentation to approximately 3:21.


CyberTipline   If your child is receiving incitements to commit sexual acts (including cybersex) or unsolicited obscene materials over the internet, you can report it at CyberTipline's website or by calling 1-800-843-5678.


Elluminate Recording of December 8 TC Session--Creating an "Almost Free" One-to-One Environment   Learn how to develop an early warning system by utilizing existing STI data to capture student information pertaining to attendance, behavior, and course performance as “high yield” indicators for students dropping out of school. The companion guide and PowerPoint, intended for school and district use, are designed to provide LEAs with the capability to: establish an early warning system to identify which students are on-track to graduate and which students are off-track to graduate; design a protocol for analyzing GTS reports and for aligning interventions/resources/ that provide support for student success. Presenters-Curt Smith and Rhonda Cotten, Baldwin County , and Kay Atchison Warfield, Education Administrator, Intervention Initiatives, kaw@alsde.edu, 334-242-8165


Federal Emergency Management Agency   For general information about national security emergencies, how to prepare for them, including volunteering in a Citizen Corps program, visit the Federal Emergency Management Agency website.


High School Vision   Produced by: SERVE, The Regional Educational Laboratory for the Southeast Associated with the School of Education, University of North Carolina at Greensboro


Pandemic Flu School Resources   This is a link to the Alabama Department of Public Health for school information.


Personal Safety For Children: A Guide for Parents   National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC)


Ready.gov   At the Department of Homeland Security, throughout the federal government, and at organizations across America, many persons are working hard to strengthen our Nation's security. All Americans should begin a process of learning about potential threats so we are better prepared to react during an attack. There are simple things you can do now to prepare yourself and your loved ones.


Ready.gov - Food and Water   If an earthquake, hurricane, winter storm or other disaster strikes your community, you might not have access to food, water and electricity for days, or even weeks. By taking some time now to store emergency food and water supplies, you can provide for your entire family. A brochure was developed by the Federal Emergency Management Agency in cooperation with the American Red Cross and the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Download the PDF Food and Water in an Emergency from the American Red Cross.


SAR   CDC information regarding SAR is available through the following courtesy link...


Seclusion and Restraint WebEx Policy Training   SDE Powerpoint Training information for policy development by the local school boards.


Watch For Signs - Prevent Suicide   Ideas for Caring Adults


What Your Community Can Do to End its Drop-Out Crisis   " What Your Community Can Do to End its Drop-Out Crisis: Learnings from Research and Practice" by Robert Balfanz.