2013 Summer Institute Presentations

Peggy Ford Children’s Place Presentation

Aiken County Guardian Ad Litem Presentation

Aiken Youth Empowerment Presentation

Aiken Barnwell Mental Health Presentation

Aiken County Public School District Bullying Policy

Child Advocacy Center of Aiken County

Making a Referral to DSS- Laurie Holt

Approaching Troubled Students, Peggy Trivelas

Cumbee Center, Dating Violence

Aiken Center for Alcohol & other Drug Services

Freedman Family Literacy & Parenting Center

McKinney Vento Homeless Act

Pharmaceutical Drugs

Gang Awareness- Cpl. Chris Medlin

Internet Predators- Jason Femster

South Carolina Benefit Bank

Additional On-line Resources:

Easy-to-use activities can be implemented directly or adapted for classroom needs. Searchable by grade, academic subject and topic.

Lessons From Literature is an innovative program that enlists English teachers like you — from all across the country — to use the books and material you’re already teaching to facilitate discussion and build awareness about physical, verbal and sexual abuse. Prompted by a growing public interest in and demand for programs that seek to prevent abuse, Lessons from Literature helps address this problem among youth in the classroom and beyond.

Family Violence Prevention Fund

The Stop Bullying Now! Campaign Web site created especially for adults. Here you’ll find valuable resources about bullying awareness, prevention and intervention. As an adult, the best ways you can prevent bullying includes knowing about the many forms of bullying and best practices for taking action. No matter how you interact with children and youth, there are many ways you can Take a Stand. Lend a Hand. Stop Bullying Now!

The Helping Educators Access Resources Together guide.

The SCEA Children’s Foundation offers financial support for teachers. Visit this link to get more information.