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Professional Development

We offer engaging, affordable and convenient programs to help your teachers and aides complete PA Department of Education-mandated professional development hours.

Topics That Meet Your Needs

IMG_2377Our on-site training and customized workshops are designed to meet your needs. You can choose from our list of suggested topics or we can develop a training just for you. All trainings are provided by certified teachers, human resource specialists, working professionals or experienced teacher aides. Sample topics include:

  • Suicide Awareness & Prevention Training (Act 71)
  • Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) and Confidentiality
  • An Educator’s Guide to the Opioid Public Health Crisis
  • Helping Children of Drug & Alcohol Users
  • Botvin Lifeskills® Training Program
  • Non-Violent Crisis Intervention (CPI) Training
  • Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) Training
  • Grief in the Classroom
  • Empowered You: Maintaining Sanity Through Self-Care
  • A Strengths-Based Approach to Reaching At-Risk Learners
  • Using Free Online Resources to Supplement Classroom Instruction

More Information

Please contact Emily at 814-262-0732 x230 or 1-855-301-LAMP (5267) for more information or to schedule a training.

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This week, we will announce the winners of the #SAMHSA2021 National Prevention Week Positive Message Contest! Students in grades 6-12 created a positive social media message expressing the theme: Majority RULES! – Meaning that the majority of students in the school do NOT use marijuana, vape, or drink alcohol regularly. We can’t wait to see what they came up with! #MajorityRules #NationalPreventionWeek ... See MoreSee Less

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This week, we will announce the winners of the #SAMHSA2021 National Prevention Week Positive Message Contest! Students in grades 6-12 created a positive social media message expressing the theme: Majority RULES! – Meaning that the majority of students in the school do NOT use marijuana, vape, or drink alcohol regularly. We can’t wait to see what they came up with! #MajorityRules #NationalPreventionWeek