The Massachusetts Partnerships for Youth (MPY) has launched a new website, according to group executive director Margie Daniels. The redesigned site offers an easily accessible design with multiple user-friendly features, information about the organization and free access to a wide array of content on mental health, drug awareness, school safety and more.
Families looking for supplemental education and tutoring should check out the list of resources.
MYP is a is a non-profit that provides training and programming to increase the health and safety of students in Massachusetts schools. It focuses on mental and behavioral health, social and emotional learning, trauma sensitive classrooms and building a school culture that supports anti-racism, diversity, equity and inclusion.
MPY is governed by a Board of Directors made up of school superintendents, police and fire chiefs and other community leaders who work closely with MPY staff. Members include more than 250 public school districts, including Tewksbury, Shawsheen Tech, Wilmington and Billerica, as well as a number of public charter schools, private schools, education collaboratives and 501(c)(3) community organizations. MPY provides professional development training, youth leadership training and remote and on-site in-service workshops to members.
The site includes links to upcoming training webinars, conferences and in-service workshops, which are designed to provide cutting-edge information and high-quality professional development to Massachusetts educators, students and parents.
Users can now access and subscribe to MPY’s news blog, which allows users to stay up-to-date with MPY’s latest announcements and conferences. The new website also features a members section, where users from member organizations can access content.
“Providing up-to-date training and informative content to our members and to educators, parents and students across the Commonwealth is one of our primary goals, and this website will enable everyone to more easily access the resources, information, and training options that we work hard to prepare,” said Daniels. “Mental health, substance use disorder and school safety are important subjects that touch so many lives; we want this information to be as accessible as possible.”
The new website was designed by John Guilfoil Public Relations. To learn more about MPY membership, please email Margie Daniels at Margie@mpyinc.org.
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