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Foundations to Summer Fun: Safety & Supervision - Shared screen with speaker view
Amy Messner
37:24
Hi I'm Amy from BGC Columbia Missouri
Jennalee Somes
37:25
Jennalee Somes- Boys & Girls Club of Bay Mills
Casey Jaje
37:26
Casey - BGC of the Northwoods
Tania Ilaoa, BGCMaui
37:27
Aloha from BGCMaui
Sarah McKeen
37:29
Hello from Northern Colorado!
Emily Proctor
37:30
Emily Proctor and Dave Mancini are here for BGCAV!
michelle ruffin
37:30
Michelle Ruffin, Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Kansas City
Julie Trujillo
37:31
Hello from BGC Tucson, Arizona
Annalisa Campanile
37:32
Hello. Maynard, MA
kim Reeves
37:33
Kim Reeves McGehee Boys & Girls Club Teen Center Director
Alexis Lemus
37:34
Boys & Girls Clubs of stan county, alexis
Tekisha Scott
37:34
I am kisha from Charlotte , NC
Audrey Wilson
37:35
Audrey Wilson, Boys & Girls Club St. Louis @ Hazelwood School District
Journii Nez
37:39
Ignacio CO
Whitney Eskelson
37:40
Whitney Eskelson Boys & Girls Clubs of Bend Oregon
Markie Simmons
37:41
I'm Markie from Greater Conejo Valley BGC- in Southern California!
Lamont Carson
37:42
Lamont Carson- BGC of Atlantic City NJ
KAYLA MONTOYA
37:43
Kayla Montoya- Boys and Girls Club of Generational Empowerment in Espanola, NM
Johnny Abeyta Sr
37:43
Johnny Abeyta Sr BGC of Generational Empowerment
Larissa O'Rourke
37:44
Izzy from BGC Salem NH
Rebekah Meadows
37:45
Justin McCray Shawsville VA
Keon Gaither
37:45
Keon, Boys & Girls Club of the Redwoods located in California
Bryant Pearson
37:47
Bryant from BGC of Tustin
Abigail Anderson
37:47
AJ Krampe - Boys & Girls Club of Columbia MO
Cheryl Grider
37:49
Jason Willis- Salvation Army Boys and Girls Club
Ignacio Roman Romero
37:51
Nacho- boys and girls clubs of the mid central coast
Iika Fairley
37:55
Iika Fairley BGCSWMS McComb, MS
Brooke Padgett
37:57
Brooke Padgett, Director of Child & Club Safety from Boys & Girls Clubs of Sonoma Valley, CA
Terese Madigan
37:58
Terese, Unit Lead-BGC of W.E.R- Mn
Kimya Swann
38:00
BGC of Durham, NC
Regina Lindsay
38:03
Good afternoon! BGC of Durham and Orange Counties
Stephanie Griggs
38:09
Stephanie Griggs, Boys &Girls Club of Hatchie River Region
Erik Hibit
38:10
Erik Hibit Boys and Girls Club of EMW
Annaliese Denogean Diaz
38:13
Hi! I'm Annaliese from Bisbee BGC
Austin Hamel
38:14
BGC of Greater Salem NH
Rashida Lawrence
38:23
Rashida Lawrence, Brooklyn, NY
Rebekah Meadows
38:25
Rebekah Meadows - Boys & Girls Clubs of Southwest Virginia
Natasha Welt
38:36
Summer is fun because of all the outside activities
Keon Gaither
38:38
Being outdoors
Markie Simmons
38:41
No school!
Renee Duplechan
38:42
Renee Lakewood BGC- Lakewood WA
Cheryl Grider
38:42
recreational sports
Journii Nez
38:43
seeing new kids
Nallely Baca
38:43
NO SCHOOL!!
Sonia Vinson
38:43
Travel
Audrey Wilson
38:44
Warm/hot weather
Sean Phillips
38:44
Hello - Sean Phillips - Boys & Girls Club Of Mercer County NJ
Madison Krick
38:44
trips-fun
Michelle Chinchilla
38:45
Energies are high!
aaron stcyr
38:45
Kids don't have school!
Rebekah Meadows
38:46
Brad Wooten - BGC at Eastern Montgomery Elementary School
Sarah McKeen
38:47
Lots of outdoor activities!
Bailrey Roseberry
38:49
Swimming
Giselle Rivera
38:49
Spending time with my family and friends
Jermaine Mitchell
38:50
Hot weather
Heather Harris
38:50
Good weather gets everyone outside to play!
Emily Proctor
38:51
the weather is fun!
Cheryl Grider
38:51
other kids
Wilhelmina Alicea
38:52
The Sun!! the warm weather and trips
Wayne Ard
38:52
ice pops
Bailrey Roseberry
38:55
long hours
Lamont Carson
38:57
Fun-trips
Logan Thompson
38:57
All of the activities
AJ Kriha
38:57
All the options of outside activities!
Johnny Abeyta Sr
38:59
Get to hang out with other people
Journii Nez
39:00
the kiddos feeding off each other
Megan Gentry
39:01
Volleyball is fun and crowds are stressful
Heather Harris
39:01
Long days
Jeff Reilly
39:02
Sending kids to camp!
Wilhelmina Alicea
39:03
crowds
Melissa Jordan
39:04
vacaction makes it fun great weather ice cream the beach
Brooke Padgett
39:06
Swimming
Amy Messner
39:06
Summer is fun because I take vacations in the summer!
KAYLA MONTOYA
39:07
Summer is fun because I get to be outside doing outdoor activities. Summer is stressful because.....I don't have an answer for this one lol
Cheryl Grider
39:08
bad weather
Jennalee Somes
39:10
boats and beaches!
Giselle Rivera
39:10
The heat
Tekisha Scott
39:10
ice cream fun
Madison Krick
39:10
lots of responsibilities
Alexis L
39:11
Traveling around the world and traveling around the world.
Larissa O'Rourke
39:11
"No school." - FunChange in routine - stressful
Lamont Carson
39:15
Stressful- work
Terese Madigan
39:16
Nice weather for us in Minnesota finally! Lol.... quality time
Wayne Ard
39:16
Organizing summer camps!
Michael Berger
39:19
Recreational activities
Christina Dougherty
39:20
The beach!!
Nia Tucker
39:20
No school and going on trips
Journii Nez
39:20
Wild FIRES
Tekisha Scott
39:21
the heat
Dedra Evans
39:22
Field trips and swimming
Nallely Baca
39:22
smoke/ fires
Keon Gaither
39:22
stressful work
April Blango
39:23
Family time and vacations
Natasha Welt
39:23
Summer is stressful because of the heat
AJ Kriha
39:23
Knowing that summer will end- not stressful but sad :(
William Newsome
39:25
The abundance of all youth from clubhouses and school sites together!
Cheryl Grider
39:26
kids
Melissa Jordan
39:26
no school outdoors flip flops
Beatriz Harrison - Sarah Heinz House
39:29
Pros: Getting outside to enjoy the warm weather!
Kimya Swann
39:29
Swimming and weather
Yvonne Floyd
39:30
Vacations and outside fun. Stressful: Swimming field trips
Amy Messner
39:32
Summer is stressful because we have summer programming all day at the Club! It's fun but crazy!
Sonia Vinson
39:33
this Texas heat!
Jennalee Somes
39:33
balancing responsibilities and fun during summer
Lisa Beilharz
39:34
water activities, heat stroke
Brooke Padgett
39:37
Lot more kids and camps and schedules
Casey Jaje
39:37
More things to do because our snow is gone. Stressful for us are all of the activities our kids are in and trying to juggle all of them.
Christine Kisling
39:39
no oil bill
Dedra Evans
39:41
Planning for program =StressFul
Audrey Wilson
39:41
Stressful - UNORGANIZATION
Beatriz Harrison - Sarah Heinz House
39:42
Cons: trying to figure out what to do to keep kiddos busy!
Austin Hamel
39:44
Volleyball, ice cream, field trips
Heather Baker
39:52
Swimming at the lake or beach is always fun. Stressful would be making sure everyone is staying hydrated and not getting heat stroke.
Larissa O'Rourke
39:52
weather is fun/water fun/
Madison Fischer
39:53
No school for kids in the summer is the most fun! All of the plans and long hours can make the summer stressful.
Melissa Jordan
39:54
stressful crowds heat when the AC isn't working lol
Michael Berger
39:54
Stress: Taking members offsite
Adam Chaprnka
39:55
Not fun: Summer Camp Regulations
Ekta Bhakta Patel
39:58
more time for fun activities, field trips,
Lamont Carson
40:04
Fun- Community events
Nia Tucker
40:05
Con: will be the heat
William Newsome
40:09
Stressful: The capacity of making sure we can serve as many youth as possible.
Brian Andrade
40:13
Summer Streesful - finding staff
Carina Ramirez
40:13
1) Water play 2) Heat
Adam Chaprnka
40:23
Fun: Brining on Summer Camp Staff
Franky Arechiga
40:24
school is over
Regina Lindsay
40:25
Sun! longer day so opportunities for activities that we usually wouldn't participate in during after school.
Ekta Bhakta Patel
40:29
bad-- 110 degree heat, long days
Iika Fairley
40:30
Trips with the family are fun.
Jovan Morse
40:32
Basketball Outdoors is fun, Traffic in Summer is stressful
Renee Duplechan
40:38
P-Weather & More time with family C-Longer work days
Iika Fairley
40:54
Long days & bad weather are not as fun.
Terese Madigan
41:00
stressful- Adjusting to new hours, long days
Brian Andrade
41:39
Aquarium
Natasha Welt
41:41
The zoo
Terese Madigan
41:45
Amusement park-Valleyfair
Cheryl Grider
41:47
zoo is always fun
Lisa Beilharz
41:48
BGC summer camp
Journii Nez
41:48
the zoo
Sonia Vinson
41:49
Mid America Museum
Christine Kisling
41:53
Cape Cod beaches
Casey Jaje
41:55
Cave of the Mound
Alexis L
41:58
the location.
Markie Simmons
42:00
Santa Barbara Zoo
Journii Nez
42:00
outdoors and someplace nre
Aliyah Molinares
42:01
Camp surf in San Diego
KAYLA MONTOYA
42:01
excitement!
Amy Messner
42:02
I got hurt!
Journii Nez
42:02
new
Sarah McKeen
42:05
The fun, the laughs
Johnny Abeyta Sr
42:05
Uncle Cliffs The amount of fun
Cheryl Grider
42:07
animals and engagement
Lisa Beilharz
42:07
staff, fun friends
Ekta Bhakta Patel
42:08
museum
Austin Hamel
42:09
Amusement Park
Aliyah Molinares
42:09
The experience
Michelle Chinchilla
42:10
Science Center
Michael Berger
42:12
FUN,Friends Memories
Larissa O'Rourke
42:13
Museum of Science - Boston, MA
Christine Kisling
42:13
went with friends and no parents
Melissa Jordan
42:13
fun, excitement, friends
Ronda Tousciuk
42:14
MSU Basketball camp ~ fun because it was basketball
Joanna Vela
42:15
Overnight school field trip in 4th grade to several locations in central Indiana!
Heather Harris
42:15
fun and family
Casey Jaje
42:16
It was beautiful
Bailrey Roseberry
42:17
Dollywood
Madi Pitts
42:18
Being in a new environment
Melissa Jordan
42:20
food and family
Rashida Lawrence
42:22
Nat'l History Museum, the huge whale and feeling like I was underwater
Audrey Wilson
42:23
Six Flags, everyone together, having fun, adrenaline rush
Nallely Baca
42:23
Nature Center, learning about the plants and animals
Sonia Vinson
42:23
we got to go have fun, learn new things and take sack lunches-LOL
Brooke Grand
42:27
catalina island
Tania Ilaoa, BGCMaui
42:30
friends, new place
Terese Madigan
42:31
Didn't get to go otherwise because of cost for my mom
Yvonne Floyd
42:33
Disney and the beach
Logan Thompson
42:34
six flags
Jovan Morse
42:43
Any field trip that was free because I was broke :D
Regina Lindsay
42:44
zoo and beach
Abigail Anderson
42:44
Six Flag- fun with friends
Renee Duplechan
42:45
Train ride to Munich
William Newsome
42:49
Creating core life long memories
Nia Tucker
42:52
Going to kings dominion with my friends
aaron stcyr
42:55
Museum of Science. I remember being able to climb to the roof from the first floor. Best trip ever
Wilhelmina Alicea
42:56
Zoo and Museum, all of the knowledge about those
Iika Fairley
43:15
USS Kid was a great field trip, just to be on an actual battleship. And afterwards we went to a seafood buffet
Audrey Wilson
43:38
Safety would kill the excitement
Sonia Vinson
44:16
Never even thought about safety as a kid
Demontae Reid
44:25
Ratio
Audrey Wilson
44:30
I'd say accidents/incidents would kill the excitement
Natasha Welt
44:30
Ratio
Journii Nez
44:31
stranger danger
Bailrey Roseberry
44:32
Being kidnapped
AJ Kriha
44:32
water safety
Megan Gentry
44:32
Strangers
Wilhelmina Alicea
44:33
yes ratio
Sonia Vinson
44:34
Keeping up with ALL of the kids
Jeff Reilly
44:35
Supervision
Brian Andrade
44:35
Buddy System om grpi[s
Cheryl Grider
44:35
Transportation ridsks
Demontae Reid
44:36
Transportation
Brian Andrade
44:38
groups*
Jovan Morse
44:38
Missing kids and going somewhere by themselves
Christine Kisling
44:38
plan for bathroom trips with an adult
Madison Krick
44:40
accidents
Ignacio Roman Romero
44:40
Stranger danger
Madison Krick
44:40
Environment
Makayla Bradford
44:41
Buddy systems
Amy Messner
44:41
Proper adult to kid ratio for supervision
Logan Thompson
44:41
stranger danger
Alexis L
44:42
making sure you dont get hypothermia
Kavita Mudliar
44:42
Eloping
aaron stcyr
44:43
Buddy checks
AJ Kriha
44:43
changing rooms
Yvonne Floyd
44:43
Strangers
Giselle Rivera
44:44
transportation
Heather Harris
44:44
strangers, hydration
Markie Simmons
44:44
Knowing the area
Jeff Reilly
44:44
Face Counts
Brooke Padgett
44:45
bathrooms
Johnny Abeyta Sr
44:45
Make sure everyone was in view
Kimya Swann
44:45
Head counts
Melissa Jordan
44:46
ratio transportation head count
Rashida Lawrence
44:48
time to travel, supervision
Alicia Edwards
44:49
Same shirts
Madison Krick
44:50
Eyes on all students
Jorge Mendoza
44:51
wearing the same wrist straps
Austin Hamel
44:53
Buddy systems, counting, Hydration
Christine Kotula
44:53
colored tshirts to find our campers
Heather Baker
44:54
Water safety, keeping kids together.
Demontae Reid
44:55
Communication with walkies
Sonia Vinson
44:56
Emergency contact numbers
Ronda Tousciuk
45:00
ratio, touching ~ example when they put their arms around us
aaron stcyr
45:01
headcounts during transitioning is crucial
Larissa O'Rourke
45:06
headcounts
Kyle Graham
45:07
over staffing as possible, camp shirts worn on field trip days
Jovan Morse
45:07
Sun Screen for hot beach days
Cheryl Grider
45:07
sunscreen and medical needs
Christine Kisling
45:08
medical issues planned for
Johnny Abeyta Sr
45:08
Same shirts Color
Iika Fairley
45:14
Having enough staff to cover the amount of kids, using small groups
Sonia Vinson
45:18
first aid kits on hand
Kelly Green
45:19
headcounts
Markie Simmons
46:28
COVID
Madison Krick
46:34
sunburn
Yvonne Floyd
46:34
Covid
Madison Krick
46:38
Heat stroke
Nia Tucker
46:41
covid
Rashida Lawrence
46:43
pics on social media
Sonia Vinson
46:43
missing kids, sexual abuse, COVID
Natasha Welt
46:48
Mental health things. Our members struggle
Jeff Reilly
46:50
Social/Emotional challenges
Sonia Vinson
46:55
physical altercations
Rebekah Meadows
46:57
falling down a large cliff while hiking the cascades
Kelly Green
47:03
missing kids, dangerous people around
Demontae Reid
47:05
Emotion/ social media
Audrey Wilson
47:06
Sense of Security of staff & members
Elizabeth Scott
47:06
guns
Melissa Jordan
47:12
Sarah Smith-RuizThe Salvation Army of Wake CountyRaleigh Red Shield Club of RaleighCOVID
Cheryl Grider
47:13
dangerous people in public
Cheryl Grider
47:15
guns
Iika Fairley
47:29
missing youth, abuse, kidnapping
Terese Madigan
47:30
lack of human connection
Steven Maluenda
47:32
mental health and social/emotional behavior
Alicia Edwards
48:49
guns
Sonia Vinson
48:59
internet safety
Terese Madigan
49:02
pool areas also
Jeff Reilly
49:17
Water safety - swim ability of children
Christine Kisling
59:56
its 100% of the time, that they are trying to get needs met
Christine Kisling
01:00:23
they needed some emotional support
Sarah McKeen
01:00:30
They are hungry, tired, sad, etc.
Audrey Wilson
01:00:30
Attention from staff and members
Demitria Larry
01:00:37
During program transition. Either no clear expectations or transition taking too long
Markie Simmons
01:00:39
Typically I see attention seeking behavior. THey aren't getting it from home or teachers
Christine Kisling
01:00:39
perhaps angry about something and getting nehavior
Yvonne Floyd
01:00:49
bored, transitions, idle waiting time
Sydney Tlachac
01:00:58
incorporating their needs into the structure of the program
Sonia Vinson
01:00:59
communication
Christine Kisling
01:01:04
focus our schedule on their needs
Madison Krick
01:01:05
everyone stay consistant
stephanie griggs
01:01:06
emotional support, attention, trying to prove a point to their peers
William Newsome
01:01:07
Voice of opinion not being heard/understood
Terese Madigan
01:01:10
showing off with a group of peers in who is stronger then who. Wanted more attention and a healthy challenge
Sonia Vinson
01:01:13
consistency
Christine Kisling
01:01:14
give them voice and choice
Cheryl Grider
01:01:21
feeling isolated
Cheryl Grider
01:01:24
no freinds
aaron stcyr
01:01:26
offer emotional support and other options for those that need it
Caleb Ploehn
01:01:26
Attention
Cheryl Grider
01:01:28
friends
Jovan Morse
01:01:32
Set Expectations at beginning of year with signs to further drive home the point around your areas
Heather Harris
01:01:33
Consistent communication and allowing them the space to communicate
Ronda Tousciuk
01:01:41
Structure and Clear Limits : routines check ins and reflecctions
Lisa Beilharz
01:01:41
We need to always have choices for them, clearly define/explain the expectations
Melissa Jordan
01:01:47
support, listen
Rebekah Meadows
01:01:48
implementing rules that are equal for all children
Madison Krick
01:01:56
Creating an environment in which the child feels safe enough to express their feelings in a healthy way and modeling the healthy ways to express these emotions
Austin Hamel
01:02:05
definitely bored, attention, support
Janice Rearick
01:02:16
Stay aware and observe club members to be sensitive to what you may see in their behavior or interactions with other kids.
Madi Pitts
01:02:18
Give members the opportunity to communicate their needs
Katie Lee
01:02:29
What kind of routines can you put in place to meet the physical, safety, belonging and esteem needs of youth?How can you adjust your physical space to meet the physical, safety, belonging and esteem needs of youth?What kind of rules will you establish to meet the physical, safety, belonging and esteem needs of youth? How will you reinforce them?
alexis
01:03:14
isnt this Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs?
Sonia Vinson
01:11:52
staff interaction with different youth daily
Audrey Wilson
01:11:52
Observations
Kaiisha Campbell
01:11:56
Constantly walking the room
nikki timme
01:11:58
walk around the club and engaging with members
Jeff Reilly
01:11:59
Walk Through
AJ Kriha
01:12:01
move around
Michael Berger
01:12:02
enganged
Brooke Padgett
01:12:02
Watching them walking around the group, engaging with members
Sonia Vinson
01:12:02
walking thru
Asia Abdul-Jillil
01:12:03
Participating in activities with the members
Ekta Bhakta Patel
01:12:03
engaging in conversationg
Franky Arechiga
01:12:03
constantly walking
Terese Madigan
01:12:04
staff engagement
Marche Joe
01:12:05
youth vs staff bball games
Amy Messner
01:12:05
Checking in when they arrive to
Melissa Jordan
01:12:05
engage
Lisa Beilharz
01:12:06
Staff are observant even while participating (they don't get too caught up in the activity)
Casey Jaje
01:12:09
Actively supervising is moving around the area, engaging with members.
aaron stcyr
01:12:09
staying engaged
Ethan Mattson
01:12:10
Consistency
Emily James
01:12:10
Walking the room. No cell phone use.
Jeff Reilly
01:12:10
Talking with them, asking about their day
Christine Kisling
01:12:11
get silly and involved
Sonia Vinson
01:12:11
checking in with them
Tania Ilaoa, BGCMaui
01:12:12
conversations
Michael Berger
01:12:13
redirecting youth
Ekta Bhakta Patel
01:12:14
participating in games
Christine Kisling
01:12:14
hype them up
Rebecca Britton
01:12:16
being a momma bird looking over her nest
Journii Nez
01:12:16
pay attention to non verbals
Melissa Jordan
01:12:17
be visible and participate
Sofia Gilot
01:12:18
No sitting, constant walking for active listening and hearing!
Heather Harris
01:12:19
working the room, head on a swivel, communicating with them
Regina Lindsay
01:12:19
walking around the room, engaging, hands on
Iika Fairley
01:12:19
engaging all members, observations
Jovan Morse
01:12:20
I work in a gym so constant comms with kids and engagement
Madison Krick
01:12:20
Actively interested in what they are doing
Heather Baker
01:12:21
Staff vs. club kids kickball game
Amy Messner
01:12:21
Asking how their day at school was
Ekta Bhakta Patel
01:12:22
no sitting
Sheila Cook
01:12:23
Observation engaging and walking around participating
Ekta Bhakta Patel
01:12:24
no cell phones
Johnny Abeyta Sr
01:12:25
being a part of the activity
Tekisha Scott
01:12:25
engaging
Larissa O'Rourke
01:12:27
allow them to contribute
Cheryl Grider
01:12:27
don't be on phone
Marvin LOUIS
01:12:29
Walk through
Austin Hamel
01:12:29
walking around, ears always open
April Blango
01:12:35
Clear and appropriate staff/youth engagement
Baesha Coppedge
01:12:38
Keeping your head on a swivel
Yvonne Floyd
01:12:40
constantly rotate the room/ area, engagement
Jean Johnson
01:12:42
Include everyone
Lisa Beilharz
01:12:49
How do we help them balance between interacting, but yet still supervising
stephanie griggs
01:13:01
actively involved
Renee Duplechan
01:13:03
moving around the room doing daily check ins
Michael Berger
01:13:07
They are their group's hype machiene
Christine Kisling
01:13:16
you have to use the eyes in the back of your head
nikki timme
01:13:23
get them started in a game, then step away
Christine Kisling
01:13:25
Constantly keep moving
Sonia Vinson
01:13:32
encouraging during activities while not actively participating
Cheryl Grider
01:13:35
keeping your feet moving and keeping your head on a swivel
Amy Messner
01:13:37
Put yourself in a place where you can see the whole room
Wilhelmina Alicea
01:13:38
keep your head on a swivel. You should still be scanning the room.
Janice Rearick
01:13:41
stagger staff around the space in the midst of the kids and not clumped together in "adult" groups
Christine Kisling
01:13:42
I have ayouth jump in the game for me
Christine Kisling
01:14:03
use proper zoning and positioning
Amy Messner
01:14:06
Be in vocal contact with all members at some point so they know you are watching and able to help them
Johnny Abeyta Sr
01:14:19
its about making sure everyone is having a good time and being engaged
Amy Messner
01:14:27
Let other kids know you might have to step away to help kids in the room
April Blango
01:14:40
Clear boundaries
Johnny Abeyta Sr
01:15:26
Staying consistant
Davinna Jajo
01:17:12
Every day is a new day
Wilhelmina Alicea
01:18:37
no one spoke in my group and I don't have a mic
Jon Whiteman
01:19:34
Safety ScenariosAs you are reviewing these safety scenarios, we are only looking for solutions on preventing the situations from occurring in the future. We will say that all the youth and staff involved received the appropriate emotional support and follow up.Scenario #1Deneen is a 15-year-old member who has been attending the Club for many years. Jon is a 16-year-old who just enrolled in the summer program. The Unit Director gets a visit from Deneen's mother who said that another mom called her about rumors that Deneen had started to engage in sexual activity. When pressed, Deneen (Deni) admitted that she had started to fool around with a guy called Jon. When asked how, when, where and what, Deni said it was Jon's idea that they both say they had to go to the bathroom, then meet in the gym and hide under the bleachers. (The Club had bought heavy vinyl bleacher covers specifically to keep members from crawling under the bleachers. Deni admitted to meeting Jon three times during the summer.)
Casey Jaje
01:19:47
I have another meeting now, an dI need to go....sorry
Jon Whiteman
01:20:03
Scenario #2During your summer program you have 3 different age groups, ages 6-7, 8-9, & 10-12. Your site has a policy to send 1 youth to the restroom at a time. Each age group has a bathroom pass. Staff practice is to radio when someone is using the restroom but staff don’t consistently do this practice.You happen to walk past the bathroom during the second rotation and see 8-year-old Anthony standing at the door, telling you that you can’t enter. When you knock on the door and say “Adult entering” you see 7-year-old Brandon and 12-year-old Trevor in the restroom. It was clear to you that Anthony was set out to prevent others from using the restroom.You see that all three boys have their bathroom passes.How might this situation have been prevented? Are there any changes the Club might consider now to prevent or reduce such incidents?Applying what we discussed today, what structure & clear limits could be built into your program?What needs do youth think the youth involved are seeking
Angela Boudreau
01:20:25
no mic as well' don't know if we can chat in the group sessions it only had the everyone chat option
Jon Whiteman
01:20:26
Scenario #3You and a teen volunteer are supervising a group of 40 youth in the gym. The volunteer joins a game of basketball with four other teens. You hear two youth start to argue on the other side of the gym. The volunteer, who is involved in the basketball game, doesn't notice the argument. It looks like a fight is about to break out.How might this situation have been prevented? Are there any changes the Club might consider now to prevent or reduce such incidents?Applying what we discussed today, what structure & clear limits could be built into your program?What needs do youth think the youth involved are seeking out to be met and what can the Club do to assist in meeting those needs?What else may need to be enhanced (staff training, supervision, etc.)?
Jon Whiteman
01:20:37
Scenario #4Three middle school age members run into the staff member's office to say that two brothers were bragging that one had a gun in his backpack. One brother said, "Do you dare me to take it out? Dare me to take it out!"How might this situation have been prevented? Are there any changes the Club might consider now to prevent or reduce such incidents?Applying what we discussed today, what structure & clear limits could be built into your program?What needs do youth think the youth involved are seeking out to be met and what can the Club do to assist in meeting those needs?What else may need to be enhanced (staff training, supervision, etc.)?
Jon Whiteman
01:20:50
Scenario #5Charlie is having a bad day. As soon as Charlie got off the bus and walked through the Club doors, staff could tell Charlie was not in a good mood. After multiple redirections and behavior warnings, members and staff are getting frustrated with Charlie and his misbehavior continues to escalate.How might this situation have been prevented? Are there any changes the Club might consider now to prevent or reduce such incidents?Applying what we discussed today, what structure & clear limits could be built into your program?What needs do youth think the youth involved are seeking out to be met and what can the Club do to assist in meeting those needs?What else may need to be enhanced (staff training, supervision, etc.)?
Jon Whiteman
01:21:01
Scenario #6You take a group of 6- and 7-year-olds to a water park. When you get there, the park has less than the proper number of lifeguards on duty. You decide to go ahead, using Club staff as spotters.How might this situation have been prevented? Are there any changes the Club might consider now to prevent or reduce such incidents?Applying what we discussed today, what structure & clear limits could be built into your program?What needs do youth think the youth involved are seeking out to be met and what can the Club do to assist in meeting those needs?What else may need to be enhanced (staff training, supervision, etc.)?
Lisa Beilharz
01:27:05
It cuts us off too soon
Ronda Tousciuk
01:27:11
noone spoke in my room ~ even after I attempted to start those conversations... sorry
Katie Lee
01:27:29
Sorry Ronda :(
Abigail Anderson
01:27:41
a lot of technology is not working. I have no microphone or video accessible on mine.
stephanie griggs
01:27:54
I cant hear anyone
Abigail Anderson
01:28:08
I can hear, I cannot respond or be seen.
Lisa Beilharz
01:28:43
Great job Monica, thanks!
Rashida Lawrence
01:29:20
Would love to have these scenarios shared with us to use in our next staff meeting
Sofia Gilot
01:29:38
Can he speak into his mic?
Sonia Vinson
01:29:43
will the slides and scenarios be available?
Rashida Lawrence
01:29:53
Jon you are muffled
Lori Huggins McGary
01:29:56
we will send the scenarios, slides, and recording out after the session
Sonia Vinson
01:30:08
Thank you!
Davinna Jajo
01:30:19
Thank You So Much !
Austin Hamel
01:30:38
I have to go on a bus run, thank you for the info everyone!
Wilhelmina Alicea
01:30:41
Thank you
Johnny Abeyta Sr
01:30:41
Training is recorded so can you send out link so that additional staff can view
Renee Duplechan
01:30:58
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Sarah McKeen
01:30:59
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Wilhelmina Alicea
01:31:00
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Adam Chaprnka
01:31:01
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01:31:01
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RMES
01:31:01
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Johnny Abeyta Sr
01:31:01
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Tania Ilaoa, BGCMaui
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Yvonne Floyd
01:31:02
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Journii Nez
01:31:02
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Sonia Vinson
01:31:02
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01:31:02
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Sierra Fischer
01:31:03
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AJ Kriha
01:31:03
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Brooke Grand
01:31:03
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Markie Simmons
01:31:03
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01:31:04
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Denisse Orta
01:31:04
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Christine Kisling
01:31:04
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Ronda Tousciuk
01:31:04
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Lisa Beilharz
01:31:05
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Madison Krick
01:31:05
Green!
Madi Pitts
01:31:05
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Marvin LOUIS
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Heather Harris
01:31:05
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Mike Joyce
01:31:06
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Sheila Cook
01:31:06
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Giselle Rivera
01:31:06
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Demontae Reid
01:31:06
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Corey Beahm
01:31:06
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William Salmon
01:31:07
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Sofia Gilot
01:31:07
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Jeff Reilly
01:31:07
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Melissa
01:31:07
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Heather Baker
01:31:07
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Regina Lindsay
01:31:07
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Michael Berger
01:31:08
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anthony quinn
01:31:08
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Tekisha Scott
01:31:08
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Nia Tucker
01:31:09
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Nathalie Barahona
01:31:09
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alyals idk
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Alyssa Preziosi
01:31:10
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Tyler Cox
01:31:10
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Rebekah Meadows
01:31:10
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Ignacio Roman Romero
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Kjell Schioberg
01:31:10
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Jermaine Mitchell
01:31:10
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Melissa Jordan
01:31:12
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aaron stcyr
01:31:12
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Reyasia West
01:31:13
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James Moore
01:31:15
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Iika Fairley
01:31:16
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Cheryl Grider
01:31:16
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Leah Bradley
01:31:18
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Mercedes
01:31:18
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coffy anderson
01:31:18
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Sean Phillips
01:31:19
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Larissa O'Rourke
01:31:19
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Jean Johnson
01:31:19
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Emily Proctor
01:31:20
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Bryant Pearson
01:31:21
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Amy Messner
01:31:23
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Franky Arechiga
01:31:24
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L P
01:31:24
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Carina Ramirez
01:31:25
green
Beatriz Harrison - Sarah Heinz House
01:31:25
green :)
Brian Andrade
01:31:25
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Melanie Bardsley
01:31:26
Green!
Jay Aguillon
01:31:27
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Alexis Lemus
01:31:27
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Davinna Jajo
01:31:29
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Jovan Morse
01:31:29
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Rebecca Britton
01:31:31
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Caleb Ploehn
01:31:32
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Sydnee Clark
01:31:32
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Mercedes
01:31:33
THANK YOU
Marie Ream
01:31:33
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Jacqui Arrieta
01:31:33
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Sydnee Clark
01:31:37
Thank You!!
Angela Boudreau
01:31:38
green
Rafael Rico
01:31:40
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Kimberly Bardales
01:31:42
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Janice Rearick
01:31:42
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Yvonne Floyd
01:31:45
Thank you
Erik Hibit
01:31:45
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Aliyah Molinares
01:31:45
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Regina Lindsay
01:31:47
Thank you!
betsy guinn
01:31:51
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Jon Whiteman
01:31:52
Jon Whiteman - jwhiteman@bgca.org
Heather Baker
01:31:56
Thank you!
Art Macias
01:31:57
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Rashida Lawrence
01:31:57
Thank You, Kermit Green
Katie Lee
01:31:59
klee@bgca.org- Katie Lee
Cheryl Grider
01:31:59
are you going to send this recording out
Franky Arechiga
01:32:00
thank you for your time
Lori Huggins McGary
01:32:00
lhugginsmcgary@bgca.org Lori Huggins McGary
Marie Ream
01:32:00
Thank you!!
Melissa Jordan
01:32:03
Excellent Training, thank you all!
Terese Madigan
01:32:03
Scenaario #2adult supervision, be aware of high risk areas such as bathrooms, never send in pairs, one at a time, and put in same age group, interrupt immediately, share expectations in calm voice and if needed let supervisor know.
Yvonne Floyd
01:32:07
Will this recording be sent out to show to other staff?
stephanie griggs
01:32:07
Thank You
Terese Madigan
01:32:11
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Markie Simmons
01:32:12
Thank you!
Johnny Abeyta Sr
01:32:15
send email to everyone
Terese Madigan
01:32:15
thank u
Cheryl Grider
01:32:19
Thanks
Yvonne Floyd
01:32:23
ok thank you
Journii Nez
01:32:24
Thank you!
Bryant Pearson
01:32:24
thank you
Jean Johnson
01:32:26
Thank You!
Adam Chaprnka
01:32:31
Yes, I want to use your powerpoint with our staff!
Rebekah Meadows
01:32:32
Thank you!
Renee Duplechan
01:32:33
Thanks
AJ Kriha
01:32:34
akriha@bgcwestfield.org Thank you!
Lisa Beilharz
01:32:34
Thank you!
Johnny Abeyta Sr
01:32:34
Thank you for your assistance
Sonia Vinson
01:32:34
Great-thanks!
Tania Ilaoa, BGCMaui
01:32:38
Awesome! Thank you!!!
Jacqui Arrieta
01:32:40
Thank You!
Dedra Evans
01:32:44
Thank you