By Alfonso Ramirez, Tigard High School Trauma Informed Specialist
Representatives from Tigard High School have began study in NME (Neurosequential Model in Education) concepts and training provided by the Child Trauma Academy. This work is largely developed by Dr. Bruce D. Perry.
This work will help Tigard High School understand how trauma and chronic stress impact learning and what can be done to support students and families.
The team includes Mr. Ramírez, Trauma Informed Specialist Coordinator; Mrs. Stover, Counselor; Mrs. Davila, Learning Specialist; Mrs. Latimer, English and Avid Teacher; Mrs. Resnick, Spanish Teacher and Technology Liaison; Mrs. Barker, Math Teacher; Mr. Van Fleet, Principal; Mr. Davila, Associate Principal; Mr. Scher, Dean of Students
For more information on NME and how you can participate in training or for the bio of Dr. Perry, please see the links below.
Neurosequential Model in Education - Child Trauma Academy
Dr. Bruce Perry