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KASH 2003 School Health Conference

Date: April 2, 2003
Theme: Advocacy for Student Health and School Success"
Location: Executive West Hotel, Louisville, Kentucky
Contact: Conference packet will be mailed out to members in January. Contact Amy Majewski at (859)273-9064 or via email at for more information or to be added to our mailing list.


    National School Safety Conference

    Date: January 29-31, 2003
    Location: Opryland Hotel, Nashville, TN
    Contact: 1-877-561-5577 or www.communitypolicing.org/copsconference


    KY School Counselor Association 2003 Spring Conference

    Date: February 19, 2003
    Theme: "Adolescent Stages of Change : Developmental Implications for Prevention, Intervention, and Treatment of Substance Abuse"
    Location: Marriott Griffin Gate Resort, Lexington
    Contact: Geoffrey Wilson at 859-498-6574 or


    KASH Board Meetings

    Date: February 21, May 30, 2003


    Get Real About Aids Booster Training, Eastern Kentucky University/United Learning

    Date: February 27, 2003
    Location: Bowling Green, Kentucky
    Contact: Dr. Michael Ballard,

    Goals: To help participants become motivated and comfortable teaching the Get Real About Aids curriculum. To learn about the latest research on effective prevention strategies that work. To become trained and informed through open dialogue, round table discussions, and role-plays.

    Making Proud Choices/Making A difference, Eastern Kentucky University/United Learning

    Making Proud Choices: February 26-27, 20, 2003
    Making A Difference, February 28, 2003
    Location: Holiday Inn Downtown - Louisville, KY
    Contact: Dr. Michael Ballard,

    Target Audience: Young African-American, Hispanic and White adolescents, ages 11-13, who attend middle schools and youth-serving community based programs.

    Kentucky Department of Education, 6th Annual Parent/Professional Conference

    Date: February 28- March 2, 2003
    Location: Hurstbourne Hotel, Louisville, Kentucky
    Contact: Berea PRC, 859-986-1929 or 800-343-2959

    KY School Counselors Conference

    Date: March 5-7, 2003
    Location: Holiday Inn North, Lexington, Kentucky
    Contact: Nancy Hieneman 606-473-9532,

    More information is available at www.kyschoolcounselor.org

    Kentucky School Nurses Spring Conference

    Date: March 24-25, 2003
    Location: Embassy Suites, Lexington, Kentucky
    Contact: Grace Hall,

    Kentucky Public Health Association

    Date: March 31-April 3, 2003
    Location: Executive West Hotel, Louisville
    Contact: Dudley Conner, or 502-875-2255


    Choices and Changes II

    Date: April 1-3, 2003
    Location: Galt House, Louisville, KY
    Contact: Susan Duvall 502-564-7610 or email
    Collaboration for Children - Kentucky's State Interagency Council

    The purpose of this conference is to spotlight the interface of education and mental health.


    Coordinated School Health Institute

    Date: June 17-19, 2003
    Location: Eastern Kentucky University
    Contact: Dr. Michael Ballard,

    Kids Are Worth It- Child Abuse Prevention Conference

    Date: September 25-27, 2003
    Location: Mariott Hotel, Lexington, Kentucky

    Contact: [email protected] or 1-800-children


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