School-Based Prevention Programming

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This session was originally the third in a four-part series on Improving School Climate & Safety Through Inter-Professional Collaboration. As a stand-alone training, this session focuses on school-based prevention programming and how different examples align with school climate. A variety of experts discuss how school-based prevention programming can contribute to a positive school climate.

Learning Objectives

  • Define the term “school-based prevention programming.”
  • Identify potential steps to take for implementing school-based prevention programming.
  • Discuss strategies for selecting school-based prevention programming.


  • James Morris


  • Dr. Chris Melde (Professor, Michigan State University)
  • Dr. Rachel Masi (Director of Research, Sandy Hook Promise)
  • Danny Carlson (Director of Policy and Advocacy, National Association of Elementary School Principals)
  • Dr. Linda Henderson-Smith (Director – Children & Trauma-Informed Services)
  • Terri Bennett (Director of Federal Grants, Sandy Hook Promise)

Continuing Education Credit

This webinar is offered for an NCSS certificate of completion.

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Topic Areas

Comprehensive School Safety Plans, School Climate

Crisis Timeline

Prevention Planning


School Personnel