MCSHC 2013 Annual Conference
Dec 5 - 7. 2013
The Lodge of the Four Seasons Resort
315 Four Seasons Drive
Village of Four Seasons, MO 65049
Save $25 per person by registering before July 1 for the 2013 Coordinated School Health Conference!
The Missouri Coordinated School Health Coalition will host a conference and hold a conversation on what's hurting our kids and what we can do about it. Come learn with national experts about suicide prevention, playground safety, dating violence, bullying, distracted driving and much more. Get to know more about local resources such as the Missouri Safe Kids Coalition, and the Center for Education Safety. Plan to attend the viewing of the nationally acclaimed movie "Bully" on Thursday evening at no cost.
You may also register now for pre-conference sessions at the rate of $50 for one half-day session or $75 for two half-day or one all-day session. Topics will include Mental Health First Aid for Youth, Sports Injury and Concussion Management in the School Setting, Dating Violence , Hot topics in School Health including the Medical Home Concept for Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs, and more. We will confirm session topics with you closer to the conference.
Register by clicking the link below and paying by credit or debit card or by mailing a check.
Hotel rooms are available at a conference rate of $87 per night for single and double occupancy. Please call the hotel directly to make room reservations or click on this link for on-line reservations
The program and other supporting materials will be posted to the website as they become available. Please call or email if you have questions. We look forward to partnering with you in December as we learn from our speakers and from one another how to make our schools healthier and safer for all our children!
Justify Your Conference Attendance
- Customizable Justification Letter for School Nurses - Word Document
- Customizable Justification Letter For Any School Professional - Word Document
For questions, contact Conference Coordinator Janet Shepard at 573-216-4281.
2012 Speaker Presentation Slides
- Moving Employee Wellness Beyond "The Biggest Loser"
Lisa Perry, Alliance for a Healthier Generation
- Update - Emergent Care of Students with Asthma
William L. Kincaid, MD, MPH, St. Louis Regional Asthma Coalition
- Drug Trends in Today's Schools Part 1 and 2
- Brain on Drugs 101: Gateway and Trends
- Brain on Drugs 101: Marketing
- Brain on Drugs 101: Recognition
- Drug Impairment Training for Educational Professionals
Ed Moses, MSHP, Retired, Instructor, Missouri Police Chief's Association