Thursday September 13, 2018 8:00 am – 3:00 pm

Cost $79 – $89, group rates available

800.841.4774 ext. 237 to register or register through the link provided

Dr. Poland will present on Suicide Prevention, Crisis Management, Mental Health, Postvention, and More!

Mr. Trump will present on School Safety, Security Assessments, Emergency Planning, Safety Communication, the Media, and More!

New Brief from NCSSLE on School-Based Physical Fitness

The National Center on Safe Supportive Learning Environments (NCSSLE) just released a new brief outlining the growing body of evidence related to the value of school-based physical fitness.

A Neurodevelopmental Approach to Autism: with Temple Grandin, Ph.D.

PSI is pleased to share this resource with you for your own use, to share with your colleagues, or to share with the families of the students with whom you work

Kahoot it!!!!

The following is an article written by Dorinda Contreras describing…


  Pasta discipline. This technique starts with a…

Two PSI employees will be presenting at the Ohio Catholic Education Association Annual Meeting

PSI’s Karen Heichel and Karen McKelvey will be presenting at the Ohio Catholic Education Association (OCEA) annual state conference on November 13, 2015.

Focus on Commitment: Rick Dillman

For the past 23 years Rick Dillman has been the Director of Pupil…


PSI is proud to announce the opening of our newest division to…

Proud PSI Moment at St. John Nottingham

Each year St. John Nottingham dedicates the yearbook to a special…

PSI hosted a career event on June 10th, 2015

If you missed the event but still want to review what jobs we…

Mission and Vision

We are very excited to share our new Mission and Vision Statements…

Missed the PSI Webinar on Sandy Hook and Making Your School Safer?

Tune into this free webinar presented by Scott Poland, Ph.D. and Michele Gay, Sandy Hook Parent. Together with school crisis and mental health expert Dr. Scott Poland, Michele will share lessons learned Mark your calendars for Wednesday January 14th, 2015. Michele Gay tragically lost her daughter, Josephine, at the Sandy Hook Elementary School Shooting on December 14, 2012. Since then Michele has chosen to help school communities improve school safety. Learn the lessons that her school community learned in the aftermath of this tragedy along with steps to make changes in your own school.