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Tatawow to MESC’s annual Nehiyawatisiwin Conference. This years conference theme is Kiskisototâmowin - Remembering. MESC’s planning committee was guided by the Circle of Elders to select the conference theme. 
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Friday, February 17 • 2:30pm - 3:30pm
A Brief Glance into Violent Threat Risk Assessments: Why are They Important and What is Involved in the Process

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Violence Threat and Risk Assessment (VTRA) Awareness. VTRA is a comprehensive model ideal for identifying persons of concern early in the pathway to more serious violence, and for assessment and intervention strategies where there is an identified risk. The goal of this session is to provide an awareness of the VTRA model and how communication, school culture, and the power of positive meaningful human connection are the best violence prevention strategies we can utilize.

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Keith MacQuarrie

Coordinator of Collaborative Intervention, Student Services
I've worked in Maskwacis for over 20 years as a teacher, assistant principal, and principal and am currently in a new role as Coordinator of Collaborative Intervention with MESC's Student Services Branch. I love to learn new Cree words and phrases. Talk to me about how you are learning... Read More →

Friday February 17, 2023 2:30pm - 3:30pm MST