The National Student Attendance, Engagement, and Success Center is excited to offer training and technical assistance to eligible districts and states around the implementation of Early Warning Systems. There are up to five 2 day visits that will be awarded for the 2016-17 school year.

Site visits will include one day focused on more formal training and one day focused on site visits and school-based support.  Visits will focus on follow-up to key implementation benchmarks including: creating and using an intervention resource map; staff understanding and awareness of EWS initiatives; holding EWI meetings (student intervention discussions); system to track and monitor interventions; planning and design of interventions/initiatives; and quarterly review of ABC data, interventions, and initiatives. Visits can include formal trainings, observations, and planning meetings with school staff, with the goal to deepen the level of implementation of EWS.

* 1. Please indicate details about your district or state below

* 2. The focus for this training and technical support is for SIG eligible or priority schools.  Please complete the details below related to these schools.

* 3. Which of the following are you most interested in receiving if you were to be awarded a visit?

* 4. Share your initial plan for using the technical assistance and training visit.  Details will be finalized with the facilitator from the Center after sites are identified.

* 5. Summarize how district, state (if applicable) and school staff would benefit from the TA visit, how it meets needs at the district and school level and why you selected schools for site visits.

* 6. If awarded, what time frame would you be interested in organizing the training and assistance?