A Companion Guide to Leadership for Safe Schools
This workbook is designed to accompany Leadership for Safe Schools: A Community-Based Approach. Designed by Dr. Calabrese and his doctoral students, this companion piece gets the administrator and workshop facilitator involved in developing a campus-level plan for school safety. Each section of the workbook is presented as a meeting with a time frame and a group activity. A journal afterwards allows the administrator and facilitator to think critically about the utility of the preceding section. Using the activities and the meetings together, teams will effectively learn how to implement safe schools.
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Shaping the Belief System Vision and Mission Statements
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30 Minutes achieve Activity Three Administrators and teachers affect our campus agenda and aspirations alternative assessments Approximate Meeting Length Ask each member assistant principal belief system Benchmarking List Bob Johnson Brainstorm build Calabrese Characteristics to Create/Sustain Checklist community constituents community cultures Complete a SWOT consensus Create/Sustain a Safe current environment Current Strength Yes data collection process Determine which labels diverse backgrounds Divide the team Goal Completion Statement high-needs students Hour See LSS Identify at-risk behaviors Identify points instructional integrity board Jack Smith Leadership for Safe Meeting Goals Goal Minutes See LSS Person Responsible political group Possible journal topic Potential Leaders problems Reflective Journal response patterns Safe School Characteristic safe school environment safe school plan school and community school community members section or topic share these reflections space to reflect Subcommittee Task Subcultures SWOT analysis team member three-part confidence check Trend wk One Hour Yes No 1.I YES NO YES