Smoky Hill Education Service Center's Mission Statement is:  "In partnership with school districts, we promote success for learners by providing superior services."

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23rd Annual Smoky Hill Education Foundation Charity Golf Tournament

Tuesday, May 28th

23rd Annual Smoky Hill Education Foundation Charity Golf Tournament Tuesday, May 28, 2019 - Salina Municipal Golf Course 2500 E. Crawford, Salina You can make a difference!  The Smoky Hill Education Foundation hosts one of the largest golf tournaments at the course each year, and all the proceeds are used to further educational efforts in over 60 school districts throughout Central, North Central, and Western Kansas. Your participation and contributions to Kansas students and teachers are appreciated. Each $268 team registration includes 4 green fees, 2 golf carts, lunch, prizes, beverages, and a chance to win a new Traeger Grill! Team Mulligan $10 - available at time of check . . .

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Social Emotional Learning and Crisis Mini-Conference

June 24-25, 2019 Topics will include:  Suicide Awareness Jana’s Campaign (dating violence awareness) Smoking, Smokeless Tobacco, Vaping, and Juul Happy Bear and Good Touch-Bad Touch, presented by CAPS Stewards of Children—Darkness to Light (abuse identification and reporting), presented by CAPS Social Emotional Learning Skills in a Middle School Advisory Program Cyberbullying CRISIS! The Plan and How Counselors Support the Plan Human Trafficking: How Trauma and Abuse Impact the Brain Prevention of Teen Gender Violence Crisis Plan and Engaging Community Partners PREPaARE Introduction (school crisis preparation) STOPit–App, website and phone hotline . . .

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Smoky Hill ESC Partners with STOPit to Confront School Safety, Bullying, Harassment, Violence

Kids are in school to learn; they shouldn’t also have to worry about how to handle a threat of violence they overhear or bullying behavior they observe. Thanks to a partnership between Smoky Hill Education Service Center and STOPit Solutions, many Kansas K-12 students will have a new, powerful tool to help make their schools a safer place. Neil Hooper, chief operating officer of STOPit Solutions, said that the STOPit app helps more than 3,500 institutions worldwide create safer schools. The app, website, and phone hotline allow continuous reporting and 24-hour monitoring of potential or actual school violence, harassment, bullying, or self-harm, Hooper said. . . .

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