OSSWA’s ANNUAL CONFERENCE!!!
Healing With Heart
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 2015
Ohio Dominican University 1216 Sunbury Rd. Columbus, Ohio 43219
Do you know a fabulous School Social Worker who deserves to be honored for all their efforts and dedication?
Do you know someone who works to benefit School Social Work in other ways?
Consider sharing your knowledge of this person so we can all show our appreciation.
New power points on Information page!
Feel free to adapt and use for your buildings. If you have any presentations you would like to share with other sswers, please send to [email protected]
Effective School Staffing Model:
Teaming School Counselors, School Psychologists, and School Social Workers
A teaming statement from SSWAA, ASCA and NASP JOINT teaming statement.
School Social Worker of the Year
Brenda Rinkes, LISW-S
Friend of School Social Work
Kara Penniman, LISW-S
Award winners biographies can be seen on the Awards page.
SSWAA presents national SSW model
Keep this powerpoint handy to help explain your role as a School Social Worker.
Ohio’s representation at the Midwest School Social Work Conference
Understanding and Restoring Traumatized Youth
November 7 and 8, 2013 Ohio was represented at the Midwest Conference by our President, Nicole Stacey, LISW-S; Legislative Director, Becky Wilson, LISW; and Recording Secretary, Jill Miller, LSW. They spent the weekend sharing with others and gathering new ideas to bring back to Ohio. Anyone who has a chance should attend a Midwest Conference. The collaboration and energy of other SSW’s will inspire and re-invigorate you to persevere in the valuable work you do every day!
From left to right are Becky Wilson, Jill Miller and Nicole Stacey.
From the left are Becky Wilson, Nicole Stacey, Heather Alden Pope from Minnesota, Rhonda from Iowa and Christy McCoy from Minnesota.
A Framework for Safe and Successful Schools
A joint statement from the American School Counselor Association, National Association of School Psychologists,
School Social Work Association of America, National Association of School Resource Officers, National Association of Elementary School Principals and National Association of Secondary School Principals.
OSSWA’s President Nicole Stacey is now representing the needs of Ohio as Midwest Council Vice President!!!
Our board member, Sarah Lundeen-Bonette in regards to losing school social workers in CMSD.
If you are already a member, we invite you to become more involved by becoming part of one of our committees. As a school social worker or friend of school social work, your input and experience is integral to the success of our organization and ultimately to the success of our profession. Committee service from membership greatly increases the ability of our organization to do the work necessary to improve social work services in schools.
If you are not yet a member, please consider joining and becoming part of an organization Ohio that advocates for the profession of school social work in Ohio. Exciting changes in education are happening across the state and across the nation. Become part of and help influence change by getting involved in OSSWA.