Safe Schools Program

Masonic Model Student Assistance Program

Today's children find the journey to adulthood fraught with more challenges than ever before. External pressures such as parental job loss or even drug use, coupled with intense bulllying at school, can lead to declines in academic performance, as well as depression and suicide. Fortunately, there is help. The Masonic Model Student Assistance Program teaches educators how to quickly recognize struggling students, and to help students deal with life's challenges in ways more conducive to academic success.

During the hands-on, two day training session, "core teams" learn the Masonic Model Student Assistance Program using real-life examples. The strengths-based program, based on the 40 Developmental Assests, focuses on important topics such as family dynamics and parent conferencing, and provides guidance for how to develop and implement policies and proceedures that deal with challenges such as bullying. Educators leave ready to implement MMSAP in their schools, and to make a significant impact in the overall safety and health of their school communities. Click here to view the 2 day conference agenda.

For more information about MMSAP in Michigan, 
contact Craig Maison at (800) 994‑7400 ext. 3014.
You can also
download our informational PDF brochure, or
download a PDF letter of introduction that you can share with your school.
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