Seniors can apply to have a PSD Seal of Biliteracy on their diploma. Application deadline is Oct. 31.
Graduating high school seniors who are highly proficient in another language can receive the PSD Seal of Biliteracy on their diploma.
The PSD Seal of Biliteracy is a prestigious credential for graduating high school seniors who can read, speak, listen and write at a high level in another language, as well as in English. The endorsement honors students who have studied another language, as well as those who have grown up speaking a language other than English.
Seniors interested in graduating with the Seal of Biliteracy endorsement must apply by Oct. 31.
Approved seniors will receive the PSD Seal of Biliteracy seal on their diploma and an honor cord to wear at their graduation ceremony. Their PSD official transcript will document the PSD Seal of Biliteracy endorsement.
Eligibility requirements, the application and more information are available on the PSD Seal of Biliteracy website.
Suicide prevention training Nov. 27
Poudre School District is offering a QPR suicide prevention training for parents 6 to 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, November 27, in the Media Center at Rocky Mountain High School, 1300 W. Swallow.
The training is free but registration is required. To register, contact Mellisa Romero at: email@example.com or 490-3264.
QPR is a 1 ½ hour training that teaches warning signs for suicide and the three-step QPR (Question, Persuade and Refer) method, including how to listen and ask someone about their potential suicide intent.
The training covers:
• Warning signs and how to recognize someone at risk for suicide
• Intervention skills
• Referral resources within PSD and the Fort Collins community
• Myth and facts about suicide
• Suicide as a local and national public health concern
• Other skills to assist a person at risk of suicide
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