TRAUMA

INFORMED

SCHOOLS

 INITIATIVE

Pursuant to Missouri Senate Bill 638, Section 161.1050, the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) has established the “Trauma-Informed Schools Initiative.”  If you would like more information on this initiative, please click the link below.

BULLYING

Section 160.775 RSMo requires every school district to have an anti-bullying policy. To find out about your school's policy, click below for more information, or contact your school's front office.

SUICIDE

PREVENTION

Pursuant to Section 170.048, RSMo, each district shall adopt a policy for youth suicide awareness and prevention, including plans for how the district will provide for the training and education of its district employees. Please click below for more information regarding North Callaway’s policy.

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