As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve, we know that our parents, students, and staff can all appreciate the rapidly changing nature of the virus and its impact on our community, city and country. We are in an evolving situation that continues to change daily. Here are some additional resources and information during this time.
The Manager of Safe Schools is a district leadership position working directly to support safety with students in all schools. This role also engages with outside agencies such as the RCMP, Ministry of Children and Family Development and community health partners.
Scott Rothermel provides leadership in:
- Violent Risk Assessments,
- Critical Incident Response management,
- crime prevention,
- safety education,
- digital investigations
- mediation between school staff, students and parents.
Scott has also been a facilitator for the provincial ERASE strategy since 2012. As a provincial facilitator with Safer Schools, Scott provides Basic Threat Assessment, Safe and Caring Schools, and Digital Threat Assessment trainings. He consults provincially on high profile school based incidents that require liaising directly with school district administration, law enforcement and community partners.
The Coordinator of School Mental Health & Addictions is aimed at further supporting the Social and Emotional Learning of all students through supporting teachers, students, parents and staff to increase mental fitness. The Coordinator of School Mental Health & Addictions position will service all schools within the Kootenay Lake School District.