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  1. Drug education guidance for schools by R. D. C Bunker, 1996
  2. AGS (American Guidance Service) Guidance: 1998 Catalog by American Guidance Service, 1998
  3. Drug Education in the Secondary Curriculum: Guidance for Secondary Schools (Gloucestershire Guidelines) by Gloucestershire LEA, 2000-06
  4. Creating Drug-Free Schools and Communities: A Comprehensive Approach by Shirley E. Forbing, C. Lynn Fox, 1992-01
  5. Children of Prenatal Substance Abuse (School-Age Children Series) by Shirley N. Sparks, 1992-11
  6. Drug and Alcohol Abuse in Schools: A Practical Guide for Administrators and Educators for Combatting Drug and Alcohol Abuse by John F. Lewis, 1992-03
  7. PLUDRUG, drug abuse education: UWM computerized guidance programs by Russell Napoleon Cassel, 1972
  8. Turning Troubled Kids Around: The Complete Student Assistance Program for Secondary Schools by Anonymous Anonymous, 1998-09-15
  9. Drug use to facilitate learning in the hyperkinetic elementary school child (Alternate plan paper / Mankato State University. Counseling and Guidance) by Martha M Bartholow, 1971
  10. Substance Abuse Prevention Activities for Secondary Students: Ready-To-Use Lessons, Fact Sheets and Resources for Grades 7-12 by Patricia J. Gerne, Timothy A. Gerne, 1991-07
  11. McGraw-Hill's PCAT by George Hademenos, Shaun Murphree, et all 2008-11-12
  12. 1993 test-interpretation workshops by Gaylynn L Becker, 1992

1. Drug Education Curriculum Guide
drug education Curriculum Guide Contents The district's drug education Program includes an integrated curriculum that addresses the needs of students in the elementary, middle and senior high schools. and guidance. The Republic RIII school District has developed a program that integrates self-esteem and drug education
Drug Education Curriculum Guide Contents
Drug Education Curriculum Introduction Drug Education Curriculum Rationale Drug Education Curriculum Goals Drug Education Curriculum Strands
Learner Objectives
First Grade

Second Grade

Third Grade
High School

Scope and Sequence Charts
The district's Drug Education Program includes an integrated curriculum that addresses the needs of students in the elementary, middle and senior high schools. Students encounter dilemmas, pressures, and choices they make decisions about drugs and alcohol. The Drug Education Program is implemented at each grade level and is considered an integral part of each school's education program. The Drug Education Program is implemented by the classroom teachers with the support of the counselors, administration, parents, and the community. Throughout the three elementary buildings, there are teams of support members for the Drug Education Program including teachers, counselors, nurses, and other school personnel. These teams are fashioned after the C.A.R.E. Team outline. The Drug Education Program has adapted its program to better fit the needs of younger students with regards to drugs and alcohol. The D.A.R.E Program is conducted in grade five every year. The HISTEP program was developed by the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependency. High school students in the HISTEP program, act as role-models and give a series of lessons on self-esteem and drug education. Activities are conducted in cooperation with the local Community 2000 Team, such as Red Ribbon Week activities, 3-D month activities, safety workshops and fairs. The local PTA and the Republic Police Department conduct the McGruff The Crime Dog program that addresses drugs and alcohol in the elementary schools.

2. School Drug Education Policy - CONTENTS
a lack of support and guidance.(6). school drug education has been the preferred approach to addressing drug related
What we do? Policy Statements School Drug Education Policy Quality in ATODS Manual of CHASP for ATOD (Abstract Only) Mission Statement Legislative Context School Drug Education Policy
POLICY, PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE FOR HEALTH WORKERS DESCRIPTION TABLE OF CONTENTS POLICY CONTENTS 1. Executive Summary 2. The Policy 3. A Model of Practice for Health Workers to Address Drug Related
  • Harm within School ... 8. Appendix I: Principles for Drug Education in Schools Contact Officer: Cecile McKeown
    Senior Advisor
    Alcohol Tobacco and Other Drug Services
    Ph. (07) 3234 0029 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
    Queensland Health endorses the Queensland Department of Education policy, procedures, guidelines and curriculum statements relating to school drug education. This policy supports the role of classroom teachers in the conduct of school drug education within the curriculum. Ways in which health staff can effectively be involved in school drug education and related activities are outlined. It is recommended that health staff provide a consultancy and supporting role to school staff, students, parents and the community in addressing drug related harm within schools. The philosophy of harm reduction with relation to drug use underpins this policy. This approach, adopted by the National Drug Strategy, increases the range and type of strategies which can be used to address drug related harm. The number of behavioural and structural areas legitimate for intervention is greatly extended by the adoption of a harm reduction approach to substance use.

3. Safe Schools And Violence Prevention Office Web Site
The Safe schools and Violence Prevention Office web site school Plans for New schools Grant Funding. Highrisk Youth education Healthy Kids. drug, alcohol, and tobacco use together. Counseling guidance. Resources. Resources
California Dept of Education A-Z Index Search Help ... Resources Safe Schools
and Violence Prevention Family-Community Safe Schools
UPDATE 2/10/03!
The School/Law Enforcement Partnership announces the release of the FY 2002-03 Request for Application (RFA) . Due to mandatory state budget cuts, the total allocation available is $9.5 million. The Partnership may fund up to 29 grantees. The new due date
is April 11, 2003.
Unsafe School Choice Option Safe Schools: A Planning Guide for Action, 2002 Edition California Safe Schools Assessment
Data on school district safety
Program Alert

2000-2001 Results and News Release

1999-2000 Results
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High-risk Youth Education and
Public Safety Program (SB 1095) Program Summaries and Funding Opportunities Grant Awards CDE Funding Opportunities California Healthy Kids Drug, alcohol, and tobacco use prevention Training Opportunities Workshops for school and law enforcement staff School/Law Enforcement Partnership Support for schools and law enforcement working together Resources Resources for Coping with Tragedy and Bio-Terrorism Promoting Tolerance/Reducing Hate-Motivated Behavior Bullying Prevention Resources Counseling and Guidance Links List of web sites from Fontana Unified

4. Drug Education/Guidance And Character Building - Part Of NIMCO Inc. Online
guidance Officers. Youth Health Nurses. school Chaplains. school Counsellors. school Police Officers Interpersonal Skills in school drug education Registration Form (please attach
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5. Guidance
education, drug education, moral development, leadership training, and college advising.Lake Highland Preparatory school has made a commitment to the guidance
Lower School Upper School Lower School Classroom Guidance We will be visiting each classroom in pre-kindergarten through sixth grade every other week for approximately thirty minutes. These presentations will include one or more of the following: discussions, books, videos, games, activities, role plays or songs. The following is a list of typical topics that might be covered over the course of a year:
Character Development Living by the Fruits of the Spirit Career Development Respecting Differences Peer Pressure Personal Safety Red Ribbon Week/Drug Awareness Health Awareness
The Fruits of the Spirit is our comprehensive theme this year and we will address kindness, friendship, citizenship, fairness, caring, respect, responsibility, and trustworthiness. Small Group Guidance Small group guidance experiences are available for children with common needs, such as dealing with parental divorce, enhancing self-esteem, and understanding siblings with special needs. The groups meet for thirty minutes a week for six consecutive weeks. Every attempt is made to schedule meetings during non-academic time periods. Parental permission is required. Individual Guidance Parent Consultation Peer Pals The Peer Pal program pairs Lower School students in grades one through six with Upper School students. The students meet once a week for five consecutive weeks and take part in supervised activities that enhance communication, trust, self-esteem and friendship. Parental permission is required. You will be contacted if your child is selected to participate.

6. DrugScope Shopfront: Education And Prevention Professionals
and alcohol education in the school curriculum. £10.00. The right approach qualitystandards in drug education. £12.00. The right choice guidance on selecting

7. Archived: Manual On School Uniforms
Reports on uniforms in the public school system. View results from schools that enforce a mandatory uniform policy. drug testing, community efforts to limit gangs, a zero tolerance policy for weapons, character education classes, to guidance Counselor Sharon Carter, "The tone of the school is
A r c h i v e d I n f o r m a t i o n
Updates on Legislation, Budget, and Activities
Manual on School Uniforms
School Uniforms: Where They Are and Why They Work
A safe and disciplined learning environment is the first requirement of a good school. Young people who are safe and secure, who learn basic American values and the essentials of good citizenship, are better students. In response to growing levels of violence in our schools, many parents, teachers, and school officials have come to see school uniforms as one positive and creative way to reduce discipline problems and increase school safety. They observed that the adoption of school uniform policies can promote school safety, improve discipline, and enhance the learning environment. The potential benefits of school uniforms include:
  • decreasing violence and theft even life-threatening situations among students over designer clothing or expensive sneakers;
  • helping prevent gang members from wearing gang colors and insignia at school;
  • instilling students with discipline;

8. WFH - Smoking - Schools & Curriculum
Circular number 4/95 drug Prevention and schools sets out the statutory positionon school drug education, offering guidance on principles that should inform
To reduce the numbers of young smokers by providing accurate and appropriate information as to the harm involved This section contains information on the following: National Curriculum Guidance The National Healthy School Standard Smoking and the Wired for Health websites Return to MAIN MENU About Search Home ... Physical Activity

9. DfES Publications - DfEE Guidance On The Law
Baseline Assessment of Pupils Starting Primary school. Careers education and guidancein schools effective partnerships with career drug prevention and schools.

10. DE Parents: Parenting Issues
Primary schools and colleges of Further education, PDF 661 incidents of drug misuseon school premises, PDF GO TO INFORMATION OF drug MISUSE guidance FOR schoolS,
UP F or additional special topic information go to inspection services section Mobile phones and health
Report of a survey of drug education in Post-primary schools and colleges of further education inspected 1996-98 Report by Education and Training inspectorate on youth service drug education survey 1998 - 99 Drug Education in Post Primary Schools and colleges of Further Education PDF 661 KB Misuse of Drugs - Guidelines on handling suspected incidents of drug misuse on school premises PDF 661 KB Misuse of drugs: guidance for schools PDF 661 KB Misuse of drugs: Guidance for Post-Primary schools PDF 661 KB Misuse of drugs: Guidance for Primary schools PDF 661 KB Firework safety PDF 149 KB Provision for pastoral care including child protection, 1998-2000 PDF 149 KB Personal safety and child protection in the youth services PDF 80 KB Inspection of Pastoral Care, including Child Protection in schools in Northern Ireland. Security and personal safety in schools DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION NORTHERN IRELAND:
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11. DE Inspection Services: Drug Information
GO TO YOUTH SERVICES, Youth service drug education initiative, PDF incidents of drugmisuse on school premises, PDF GO TO INFORMATION OF drug MISUSE guidance FOR
UP INDEX INSPECTION REPORTS BENCH MARKING ... BENCH MARKING ARCHIVE PUBLICATION TOPICS careers education drugs education for mutual understanding information communication technology ... useful sites Drug education in post primary schools
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12. Safe And Drug-Free School And Communities Act
Safe and drugFree school and Communities Act. State Grants. Public Law 107- 110.US Department of education. Office of Safe and drug-Free schools. December 2002.
Safe and Drug-Free School and Communities Act State Grants Guidance for State and Local Implementation of Programs
Title IV, Part A, Subpart 1 Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 as amended by the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 Public Law 107- 110 U.S. Department of Education Office of Safe and Drug-Free Schools December 2002 Table of Contents Introduction Page 4 I. Principles of Effectiveness Page 7 Questions and Answers Page 8 II. How to Apply for Funds Page 15 State Applications Page 15 Questions and Answers Page 17 Local Educational Agency Applications Page 18 Questions and Answers Page 20 Governors Subrecipient Applications Page 20 Questions and Answers Page 21 III. Distribution of Funds Page 22 Allocations from ED to the States Page 22 Questions and Answers Page 24 IV. Program Implementation Page 24 State Educational Agency Programs Page 24 Local Educational Agency Programs Page 25 Supplement not Supplant Requirement Page 27 Cap on LEA activities Page 28 Questions and Answers Page 29 Governors Program Page 31 Questions and Answers Page 32 V.

13. Drug Education
The LST programme is a schoolbased programme developed in the USA,and is one of the most evaluated programmes of drug education.
ABERDEEN GRID FOR LEARNING drug education join mailing list] sign guest book home contents ... press/news articles other news Guidance Network PSE drug education ... Plan for Action on Alcohol Problems Published on 18 January 2002. There are implications for schools. Grampian Alcohol and Drug Awareness website Contains details of the Aberdeen City Alcohol Action Team (ACAAT) and the Aberdeen Drug Action team (ADAT) SEED surveys results of annual surveys on the state of drug education in Scotland DEVELOPING DRUG EDUCATION IN ABERDEEN Details of work in Aberdeen schools during 2002-3, including work by the two Development Officers funded through a grant from SEED. Lifeskills Training and Drug Education Programme A critical review of evaluations of the Life Skills Training Drug Education and Prevention programme (LST). The LST programme is a school-based programme developed in the USA, and is one of the most evaluated programmes of drug education. One of the conclusions is that the promotional material overstates the effectiveness as shown by the evaluations. Know the Score Drug Misuse Information in Scotland Interesting national website including details of what's happening around Scotland.

14. Mind, Body And Soul: Alcohol - Teachers' Page
Useful resources Circular 4/95 drug Prevention and schools sets out the statutoryposition on school drug education, offering guidance on principles that
The site is designed to be used by Key Stage 4 students as part of their drug, alcohol and tobacco education, which are particularly relevant at a time when young people are making their own lifestyle choices. It aims to include:
  • The composition of alcohol The effects of alcohol on the body The risks of drinking alcohol Knowing how strong your drink is Recommended limits for alcohol consumption Alcohol and the law Help and advice on drink problems.
Use the teachers website , Wired for Health for detailed information, facts, guidance and links for all health topics.
For the section on alcohol Wired for Health go to
For the alcohol links to the National Curriculum go to
For alcohol and the National Healthy School Standard go to
The body game

An interactive designed to help pupils explore the effects of alcohol on different parts of the body.
Extension ideas:
Split pupils up into work groups to look at the effects on different parts of the body in more detail.

15. Higher Education Center: Two New Resources Help Parents Of The College-Bound Stu
Center for Alcohol and Other drug Prevention announced The Higher education Centerhas distributed this valuable resource to high school guidance counselors at
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powered by FreeFind Two New Resources Help Parents of the College-Bound Student Find a Safe College Environment FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 13, 2000 Contact: Higher Education Center Newton, Mass.: provides tips on what to look for and ask about when visiting college campuses to help find the safest campus environment for their children. The Higher Education Center has distributed this valuable resource to high school guidance counselors at over 30,000 schools around the country so that counselors can pass this information on to concerned parents and prospective students. "Parents can serve as strong advocates for college health and safety," stated William DeJong, the Center’s director. "Many parents are concerned about the prominence of alcohol and other drugs on college campuses, yet they lack information about what types of programs and policies can help protect their children. This guide fills that need." Questions to ask of college officials include the following: To admissions officers and administrators: What policies and programs exist at the college that address alcohol issues?

16. Education
a guidance document for schools on alcohol education and policy how to address thisin the school context, was document for primary schools on drug and alcohol
The Education and Prevention Team The Education and Prevention Team is a partnership project between DrugScope and Alcohol Concern, funded by the Department of Health and the Department for Education and Employment. The Team is now up to speed as far as staffing is concerned and will now begin to develop some major pieces of work. A first task is to write a guidance document for schools on alcohol education and policy issues. A questionnaire to schools and local authorities revealed that alcohol use among young people, and how to address this in the school context, was a cause of concern for teachers. The Team will consult with key partners, organisations and individuals to draw up the document, which is planned for publication later in 2001. The Team is also beginning production of a brief guidance document for primary schools on drug and alcohol policies. An OFSTED survey revealed 75% of primary schools do not have policies and that for those who do, many of the issues around drugs and alcohol facing this sector are different from those facing schools dealing with key stages 3 and 4 pupils. In the meantime, the Team is about to finalise a publication called

17. Education Projects
survey of drug education for young people excluded from school. Major initiatives,which the Team will be working are The development of guidance for schools

18. US Department Of Education Guidance Documents
February 7, 2003 school Prayer guidance 2/10/2003 27739kb guidance from theDepartment of education on the January 2, 2003 Safe and drug Free school

19. Prairie Valley School District - Gowrie, IA - Elementary Guidance
We also plan to have a schoolwide assembly at the end of each quarter emphasizingCharacter education. programs are funded in part by the drug Free and

20. Hot Links: Drug Education Resources
is a partnership of higher education, school districts, business to improve accessto higher education by bringing students, guidance counselors and
Back to List Making Strides: Toward Structural Reform in Minority Graduate Education The following links were compiled and annotated by Virginia Van Horne, AAAS Senior Research Associate and editor of the Making Strides newsletter. Making Strides is a new Internet resource published by the American Association for the Advancement of Science and supported by the National Science Foundation's Minority Graduate Education Program . The goal of Making Strides is to identify and disseminate factors that affect minority students' underrepresentation in the fields of science, mathematics, and engineering (SME), as well as the successful strategies that lead to their increased representation in SME doctoral programs and careers, in particular, the professoriate. American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES)
A national, nonprofit organization which nurtures building of community by bridging science and technology with traditional Native values. Through its educational programs, AISES provides opportunities for American Indians and Native Alaskans to pursue studies in science, engineering, business and other academic arenas. Through a variety of educational programs, AISES offers financial, academic and cultural support to American Indians and Alaska Natives from middle school through graduate school. Association of American Universities (AAU)
The AAU currently consists of sixty American universities and two Canadian universities. Approximately half are public institutions and half are private. The association serves its members in two major ways. First, it assists them in developing national policy positions on issues that relate to academic research and graduate and professional education. Second, it provides them with a forum for discussing a broad range of other institutional issues, such as undergraduate education.

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