Looking for a way to help, improve school climate, reduce bullying, and reduce and prevent drug and alcohol use?
Botvin LifeSkills training, an evidence-based program may be able to help you and your school.
This curriculum, helps teach kids how to cope and manage stress and anxiety, build positive relationships, how to be assertive and develop refusal skills to prevent and reduce substance use and abuse.
The Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) is currently offering a grant to help your school implement the LifeSkills curriculum in the classroom.
The grant will pay for student and teacher materials for all students in your school or site that will participate in the curriculum, required instructor training, and a stipend for data entry.
For more information about the grant and how to apply, click here .
Grant applications are due Thursday, January 18th by 4 pm.
Program Specialist for LifeSkills- Substance Abuse Prevention Training & The Healthy Youth Survey
Office of System and School Improvement
Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI)
P.O. Box 47200 | 600 Washington St. SE
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