September is Suicide Awareness Month and on Tuesday, September 12 at 5:30 p.m. at Lumberjack Stadium we will hold a Walk for Hope for individuals to come together in support of suicide prevention. Held in hundreds of cities across the country, these events give people the courage to open up about their own connections to suicide, and also provide an easier venue for mental health discussion across diverse backgrounds. Let's bring greater awareness to this topic. Suicide is a major public health concern. More than 45,000 people die by suicide each year in the United States and it is the 12th leading cause of death overall. Please make plans to attend.
There are five action steps for communicating with someone who may be suicidal. These action steps are supported by evidence in the field of suicide prevention. Beginning Monday, September 11th we will be introducing these steps to our students.
Students and Staff must have a parking pass to park in DHS parking lot during school hours. Vehicles without a parking pass hanging on rearview mirror will be towed at owners expense. Please help us keep our campus safe. Visit the DHS office to get your parking pass today.
Chairman Bryan Daniel of the Texas Workforce Commission presented more than $2.8M in ceremonial grant checks today at Angelina College. Diboll was one of five schools that will be training more than 890 students for #highdemand #occupations in healthcare, industrial engineering, and more—thanks to Jobs & Education for Texans (#JET) Diboll was the recipient of three JET grants- Welding, Nursing and Engineering totaling $1,188,087. These grants will enable Diboll CTE to provide hands on training for in demand jobs for Angelina County. 🔗https://twc.texas.gov/.../jobs-education-texans-jet-grant... #TXWorkforce #FutureWorkforce #TXEducators #education #TXEmployers #CTE #TXworkforce #FutureWorkforce