Washoe Country School District
Violence Intervention Program (VIP)
Safe & Drug Free Schools and Counseling
Prevention & Intervention
Phone: (775) 850-8011
The Violence Intervention Prevention (V.I.P.) is taught by state licensed school counselors, teachers and marriage and family therapists as well as school police officers and detectives.
The classes for Middle and High School students are:
Thursday night from 7:00 pm to 9 pm. Check in is from 6:30 - 7:00
All classes are at Pine Middle School
Pine Middle School
Elementary Violence Intervention Program
Students are required to attend the Violence Intervention classes with a parent or guardian. It is not a place that is appropriate to bring babies and young children.
The program is not conducted in a disciplinary fashion but is rather a learning and educational opportunity in lieu of further suspension.
The classes are designed to provide your child with a new beginning and to encourage them to process behavioral choices.
The goal is to increase parent and student dialogue about violence in hopes to prevent further occurrences.
If after attending the Violence Intervention Program you have questions, concerns, or need further assistance or referrals, please call our office:
If you plan to obtain counseling at your own expense in lieu of this program, please call this office to arrange a meeting for the required hours.
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