blank slate theatre named "Top Places for Theatre in St. Paul" by Twin Cities Metro Magazine!
Safe Schools, Safe Students Conference
Talk with others about student safety. See an original play on school violence. Learn about empathic parenting. Create a community art project. Get CEU’s. Receive training on de-escalation techniques. Meet passionate people. Bring the kids. Bring the parents. Hear a speech by a parent whose son was slain in a school shooting. Help to cultivate safe schools, safe students. For more information, please visit www.safeschools-safestudents.org Safe Schools, Safe Students Conference is based on a five-part model designed to cultivate safer schools:
- Increasing students' ability to interact positively with their peers. - Increasing parents' ability to interact positively with their children. - Increasing educational professionals' ability to interact positively with students. - Increasing everyone's ability to creatively cope with distressing emotions. - Increasing our country's ability to limit vulnerable persons from possessing deadly firearms.
Register today for Safe Schools, Safe Students Conference by clicking here.
Sponsored by blank slate theatre, Adler Graduate School, The School Counseling Program of Adler Graduate School, and Enliven Psychotherapy
Who? Safe Schools, Safe Students Conference is open to persons of all ages and backgrounds! Parents, students, teachers, therapists, social workers, law enforcement officials, community members, artists, education administrators, religious leaders, politicians - anyone interested in helping to create safe schools, safe students.
Schedule for Safe Schools, Safe Students Conference 12pm - 12:45pm: Registration, Networking (refreshments served)
12:45-1:45pm: World Premiere, Still, a play
1:45pm-2pm: Break (refreshments served)
2pm - Workshops
4pm - 4:15pm - Break (refreshments served)
4:15pm-5pm - Tom Mauser, Keynote Speaker
CEU's available! Four Continuing Education Units (CEU's) are available for attending Safe Students, Safe School Conference in its entirety. The Conference has been designed to meet continuing education requirements for psychologists, social workers, marriage & family therapists, and professional counselors. Certificates of Completion will be awarded to facilitate application to your credentialing board for CEU’s.
Hanna Sprout performing at Joint Religious Legislative Coalition's "Day on the Hill." Photo credit: JRLC
Kendall Kent performing at Joint Religious Legislative Coalition's "Day on the Hill." Photo credit: JRLC
“The area’s most willing youth theater to discuss controversial issues.” ~ Lavender Magazine
Cast of COLUMBINUS. Photo credit: Paul Udstrand
"... amazing, daring, and challenging work with young actors -- uncensored, unvarnished, and unapologetic. To label blank slate theatre as 'community theatre' or 'children's theatre' would be like calling Itzhak Perlman a 'fiddler.'" ~ Michael Paul Levin, professional Twin Cities actor