The F.Y.I. Seminar Series is brought to the community by Round Rock ISD counseling services. The series is designed to inform the community about timely health and well-being topics affecting today’s high school students. The next seminar topic is Human Trafficking Awareness on Monday, November 12, 2018 at 6:00 pm at the RRISD Administration Building at 1311 Round Rock Avenue.
SPEAKER: Toni McKinley, M.A., L.P.C., the director of survivor services with The Refuge for DMST and author of What Happened to Me? A Guide for Survivors of Trafficking.
McKinley’s passion for helping victims comes from her own childhood experience of child sex trafficking. She is now a survivor leader in her community, state and nation. She provides training and speaks at multiple government agencies and organizations that serve survivors of trafficking, and she also serves on the Round Rock ISD School Health Advisory Committee (SHAC). She will present the red flags of trafficking, which will empower students to protect themselves and their friends.
“The topics selected for the F.Y.I. Seminar Series were identified in a survey by parents of high school students as subject matters they wanted to know more about,”Dr. Christina Wiswell, director of counseling services, said. “The sessions are open to everyone in the community, but are most appropriate for high school students and parents of high school students.”
The F.Y.I. Seminar Series is brought to the community by Round Rock ISD counseling services. The series is designed to inform the community about timely health and well-being topics affecting today’s high school students.