Crisis & Security Resources
- Letter from Macomb County Prosecuting Attorney re: School Shooting Threats
- U.S. Department of Education Bulletin
- National Institute of Mental Health
Helping Children and Adolescents Cope with Violence and Disasters.
- Striving To Reduce Youth Violence Everywhere (STRYVE)
is a national initiative, led by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), which takes a public health approach to preventing youth violence before it starts.
- American Association of Pediatrics - Children, Terrorism & Disasters
Includes information about biological, chemical, and nuclear agents, as well as information about the psychological aspects of disasters.
At the elementary level, our variety of curricular programs promotes student success in school by assisting them to learn necessary skills and attitudes. Programs emphasize decision making, skill development and awareness, while students explore educational possibilities. Many programs also stress self concept development and the acquisition of skills in developing interpersonal relationships.
In our middle schools, curricular programs focus on the rapidly changing needs of emerging adolescents. Our programs are especially sensitive to the struggles of our middle school students for identity and for balancing the demands for academic, career and social competence. Many components begin in elementary school and continue to fit the special needs of students in middle school. The Warren Consolidated curriculum areas build on each other as students progress through our grade levels.
In our high schools, students are becoming responsible adults who can develop realistic and fulfilling life plans based on clear understandings of themselves and their needs, interest, abilities and skills. High school curriculum meets the simultaneous needs of meeting graduation requirements, preparing for college and assisting our high school students to develop competence in decision making career planning, working with others. and taking responsibility for their own behavior.
Protect MI Child
Are your children safe while online? Michigan families, especially minors, are becoming inundated with advertisements from alcohol, tobacco, pornography and gambling marketers through different internet and cell phone in boxes. Thankfully, the State of Michigan offers a free program to stop adult advertisements from reaching e-mails, mobile phones (text messaging ads) and instant messenger IDs. The Michigan Child Protection Registry is a free do-not-contact service for Michigan’s families and schools and can be located at www.protectmichild.com.