In this session Josh will share his interpretation of Dr. Bruce Perry’s work on Trauma, translating the philosophy and research into a model of applied practice that can adapt to any environment.
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Thursday, March 30th 5:30 - 7:00 PM
Prior NHA training is encouraged but not required to attend. MUHSD staff will be compensated for attendance. Registration will close on the 29th at 4 p.m. or when capacity is met.
MUHSD updates its Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) every year. The LCAP is the school district's plan that describes services and actions we will take in an effort to increase student achievement. The LCAP also outlines how funding will be spent and how the district will measure its progress. The LCAP gets updated every year, and your input is vital to this process.
Please take a few moments to add your thoughts about where we can improve as a district and what new actions and services you'd like to see added. Lastly, do not forget to rate the thoughts of others! That will let us know which thoughts people feel strongly about.
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- In Person: Local Office 344 W. Bedford, Suite #104, Fresno, CA 93711
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