March 2020 Newsletter
As we move into the Spring, with the anniversary of the shooting just past and school break approaching when many students and staff will be most in need of support, PU4P is preparing events to foster our members' training and collaboration. It is especially important to be mindful of establishing support networks for students for the upcoming school break. Some suggestions include assisting students in making and keeping a routine and helping them to identify support people before the break begins. We encourage the promotion of community resources and organizations and strongly suggest that if you are a trauma-informed mental health provider and have not already been through the vetting process to be included on the PU4P provider list, please click here and we will help you get started.
Please continue to check our Facebook page for updates and let us know if you have any questions or want to help out. We look forward to continuing to serve our community with you.
Dancing Angel in memory of Cara Loughran
From the Broward Education Foundation website:
"A Dancing Angel Award – In Memory of Cara Loughran – Sponsored by Maggie Eaton, Coe-Brown Northwood Academy senior, Northwood, NH and Community of Murray Academy of Irish Dance, Exeter NH. The scholarship is being created in Memory of Cara Loughran. Cara tragically lost her life in the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School tragedy, February 14, 2018. As a student of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, Cara was a talented young woman who was an Irish dancer at the Drake School of Irish Dance in Florida. This award opportunity, “A Dancing Angel” in memory of Cara Loughran, is being offered to a Broward County graduating senior who is currently enrolled in dance and has post-secondary plans, to pursue their love of dance personally or professionally. Applicants must be from Broward Public or Charter Schools, preferably from Marjory Stoneman Douglas."