Non-Profi t OrganizationU.S. POSTAGEPAIDPermit No. 463Hallowell, MaineBuilding Schools Where
May 4 and 5, 2009
with Stan Davis
Maine Principals' Association50 Industrial DriveP.O. Box 2468Augusta, ME 04338-2468Sponsored by the
MPA Conference and
Meeting Center, Augusta
Directions to the MPA Conference
and Meeting Center, 50 Industrial
Drive, Augusta, 622-0217––From the
Augusta/Belgrade exit, Exit 112B (from
the south) or Exit 112 (from the north)
off Interstate 95, turn right onto Route 27
(Civic Center Drive) as if to go towards
Belgrade and travel 7/10 of a mile.
You will go by the Comfort Inn and the
Veterans' Cemetery on the right. Take
a left at the traffi c light onto the Leighton
Road (opposite the Elks Lodge) and an
immediate right onto Industrial Drive.
The MPA Conference and Meeting
Center is the second building on the left.
Building Schools Where Everyone Belongs: Preventing Bullying K-12––A Two-day Skill-building Workshop with Stan Davis ~ May 4 and 5, 2009About the presenter. . .
Stan Davis will present a two-day
intensive workshop based on his eleven
years of experience implementing
research-based bullying prevention
and training education professionals
around the United States and Canada.
Stan has worked since 1969 as a child
therapist and school counselor. More
details about Stan and his work can be
found online at http://stopbullyingnow.
com. This workshop is based on Stan’s
two books, Schools Where Everyone
Belongs: Practical Strategies for
Reducing Bullying, Second Edition
(2007), and Empowering Bystanders
in Bullying Prevention K-8 (2007). All
participants will receive Empowering
Bystanders in Bullying Prevention K-8
Topics To Be Covered in
the Two-Day Workshop
May 4 and 5, 2009
Maine Principals' Association Workshop for Principals,
Assistant Principals, Deans of Students, Counselors, and Teachers
8:15 - 8:45 a.m.