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Ep. 219: Trauma-Informed Schools Part 2

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Nearly ⅔ of adults report experiencing at least one adverse childhood experience, or ACEs, which can have negative impacts, including health problems, mental health issues, and learning difficulties. Mental health supports for students are critical. Now, more than ever, we as a state need to invest in our children and provide them with the services they need. To see what a trauma-informed school looks like and what they are doing to support students, we visited Tramway Elementary School in Sanford, NC, in Lee County Schools to learn more. Our guest host who visited the school this week is Tom Williams, previous host of Ed Matters and the Immediate Past Chair of the Public School Forum’s Board of Directors. Guests: Dr. Johnnye Waller, Assistant Superintendent of Auxiliary Services, Lee County Schools Andrea Cummings, Principal, Tramway Elementary School, Lee County Schools Megan O'Shaughnessy, School Counselor, Tramway Elementary School, Lee County Schools Myra Cole, Teacher, Tramway Elementary School, Lee County Schools Jessica Jackson, Intervention Teacher, Tramway Elementary School, Lee County Schools
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Nearly ⅔ of adults report experiencing at least one adverse childhood experience, or ACEs, which can have negative impacts, including health problems, mental health issues, and learning difficulties. Mental health supports for students are critical. Now, more than ever, we as a state need to invest in our children and provide them with the services they need. To see what a trauma-informed school looks like and what they are doing to support students, we visited Tramway Elementary School in Sanford, NC, in Lee County Schools to learn more. Our guest host who visited the school this week is Tom Williams, previous host of Ed Matters and the Immediate Past Chair of the Public School Forum’s Board of Directors. Guests: Dr. Johnnye Waller, Assistant Superintendent of Auxiliary Services, Lee County Schools Andrea Cummings, Principal, Tramway Elementary School, Lee County Schools Megan O'Shaughnessy, School Counselor, Tramway Elementary School, Lee County Schools Myra Cole, Teacher, Tramway Elementary School, Lee County Schools Jessica Jackson, Intervention Teacher, Tramway Elementary School, Lee County Schools
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