Training: Creating and Sustaining Safe and Supportive Environments for LGBTQIAP+ Students
Thursday, January 20, 2022, 06:30pm - 08:30pm


Title: Creating and Sustaining Safe and Supportive Environments for LGBTQIAP+ Students
Focus: Relearning Gender, Historical Violence, and Practice

Description: This training takes an intersectional, anti-violence approach to change behaviors in schools and beyond.  It covers the impacts of negative messaging on LGBTQ2+ students, legacies of historical violence and tools of institutional oppression, the most current information on gender (identity, expression, etc.), expectations and best practices for SPS staff and families, student rights regarding identity along with district policy, and restorative justice intervention frameworks.


  • Families will increase knowledge and understanding of the unique needs of LGBTQ+ students, especially for students at the intersections of marginalized identity.
  • Families will be able to draw connections between homophobia, white supremacy culture, and rape culture.
  • Families will be able to support transgender and non-binary students in navigating rights and systems.
  • School will build up frameworks for an accountable learning community, utilizing both restorative justice and MTSS models.
  • Families will become familiar with transgender student policy & procedure and district resources and supports.
Use the Teams link to join from mobile or a computer, or call in (audio only) by dialing
+1 206-800-4125,,974466634#   United States, Seattle
Phone Conference ID: 974 466 634#