John Calvert graduated Washburn University (Topeka, KS) in 2006 with a degree in Criminal Justice. John was the School Resource Officer for Holton, Jackson Heights, and Royal Valley school districts. After a 12 year career in Law Enforcement, John accepted a position with Kansas State Department of Education as the School Safety Specialist. John has written for Safe and Civil Schools, has presented all over the state of Kansas over a variety of school safety issues, and is a 2016 National Association of School Resource Officer’s recipient of the NASRO Practitioner Award. John is a strong believer that nothing can change without building positive relationships and believes that change in our schools should be student lead.
TBC Fri, Apr 22, 2022 Orlando, FL
Rethinking Crisis Drills | Relationships, Purpose, and Value: Remembering Why We Do What We DoTired of coming up with new ways to motivate students? Tired of telling them about the same dangers, only to see no change? Attendees will learn a new way of empowering students, and discover that sometimes it is the adults who get in the way of positive change.
- Participants will identify reasons why student led change is powerful.
- Participants will identify ways in which they can empower students to create change in their schools.
- Participants will understand why building positive relationships is a MUST in our schools.
- Participants will understand why involving students is important for positive change.
- Participants will leave empowered to build positive relationships with students.
- Participants will understand that we as adults have to get out of the successes of our students.