3rd Millennium Classrooms
3rd Millennium Classrooms is committed to helping middle and high school students by providing effective intervention and prevention education programs. Listed below are the online courses available through the Clay County Juvenile Diversion Program.
Nicotine 101 is an online course that provides the necessary information and tools for students to make informed decisions and healthy choices involving tobacco use. Nicotine 101 aims to address the impact of all products containing nicotine including: smoking, vaping, dipping, and other nicotine-containing products. Nicotine 101 provides valuable and accurate information on short-term effects, as well as long-term use and adverse health effects, including the dangers of vaping. This course can be taken for nicotine prevention education with a student group or as individuals for tobacco intervention.
Promoting safe communities through education on the crucial concepts of diversity, equity, and inclusion.
This alcohol education program is designed for incoming middle and high school students. Alcohol Wise SS showcases an interactive curriculum used in student groups as an educational and prevention solution for underage drinking. In this course students will learn refusal skills and how to avoid high-risk situations involving alcohol. The course provides relevant alcohol and drug information describing how alcohol has effects on the student’s health, academic success, and social behavior.
Conflict Wise is an intervention program to help young people recognize the impact of their behaviors. The course provides important skill training designed to teach conflict resolution strategies and ways to diffuse anger. Personalized feedback shows the effects and consequences of actions. Each student receives an action plan to better manage their behavior. This class is for use in domestic violence, anger management, partner violence, or stalking violations.
Hazing SS is a state-law specific course that emphasizes personal responsibility and advocacy against hazing.
This course is for use with cannabis, possession of drug paraphernalia, or drugged driving violations. Public education about the dangers associated with cannabis use, presented in a reasonable and balanced manner, is increasingly important to counteract public beliefs that cannabis use is harmless. Motivational enhancement therapy, or motivational interviewing, has been successful in helping inspire internally motivated change for individuals who use cannabis.
Course fostering mental health and overall wellness.
This substance abuse prevention course is for use with for prescription drug or other illicit drug violations. In an effort to foster awareness of the consequences of prescription drug abuse, Other Drugs is an online intervention program for individuals charged with an alcohol or drug violation. Other Drugs focuses on prescription drug misuse for opiates, depressants, sedatives, and hallucinogens.
Under the Influence JV is an intervention program used as a sanction for juvenile offenders with alcohol violations. It is a state law-specific course that addresses alcohol use. The course is relevant and individualized for each participating student, with critical feedback and interaction. After completing the intervention, students will better understand the reasons why they drink alcohol and evaluate the outcomes. The outcomes will include identifying goals to make a positive change in personal alcohol use.
Cannabis Wise SS is a cannabis education and prevention program designed for use with incoming middle and high school students. This relevant, engaging online course informs students about the facts, risks, and consequences of using cannabis, whether they live in a state that has legalized it or not.
This online course focuses on all aspects of forming safe and healthy relationships. Topics include emotional health, building self-esteem, communication and conflict resolution skills, awareness of types of abuse in relationships, and strategies for recognizing coercive tactics in relationships.
It can be incorporated into a sex education curriculum for high school students, covering topics such as abstinence, consent, and avoiding coercion. It can also be referred to individuals with a conduct violations related to sexting or coercive behaviors.
Course to help parents of teens navigate difficult issues.
This online course is designed to train school personnel to identify the signs of human trafficking and how to report victims as well as covering common misconceptions people have about modern-day slavery.