Frequent Flyer Training - For schools wanting more help after basic training
Of all the issues schools deal with, none is more difficult to resolve than with the Frequent Flyer, the student who is constantly in trouble and who finds himself "frequently traveling" the halls of the school, on his way to the principal, counselor, RTC, or, in some cases, on his way home. The name frequent flyer was first coined by Darlene Martin, the first RTC teacher when RTP was first being formally developed by Ed Ford with the help of George Venetis, an assistant principal at Clarendon Elementary School in the Osborn School District in Phoenix.
Fifteen years later, George has developed a second day's training based solely on how to effectively support the struggling student who seems to be constantly in trouble. Many successful strategies have come from numerous administrators and support personnel from schools throughout the U. S. as well as from those in Australia.*
For those schools who have already been exposed to the basic first day's training and interested in further training, this course is offered. It is also taught when a two-day conference is being offered, such as Grant Public Schools in Michigan and Southwest Region Schools in Dillingham, Alaska.
*Appreciation for their contribution to the ideas in the course is given to Dave Anderson, principal of Saguaro Elementary School in the Washington School District, Phoenix, Arizona, and to Olin Levitt, school psychologist with the Jordan School District, Salt Lake City, Utah.
For those interested in further training, please feel free to contact Ed Ford at 480 991-4860 or send an email to email@example.com