Best Boiko podcasts we could find (Updated December 2018)
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The Salt Mines
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A weekly Podcast that consists of top tier personalities and players that discuss the current outlook of the metagame and recent/upcoming events in the Project M Smash community.
 
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The Salt Mines
Monthly
 
A weekly Podcast that consists of top tier personalities and players that discuss the current outlook of the metagame and recent/upcoming events in the Project M Smash community.
 
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Joan Boiko speaks with Louisa Castrodale and Tyson Knight, artist in residence for new program, BAM, and film maker.
 
PSUSD’s District Teachers of the Year talk about what inspires them to be great teachers.
 
Parent Engagement Coordinator Ruby Rivera talking about this weekend’s STEMCon family conference at Raymond Cree Middle School
 
Rancho Mirage High Theatre Director Kelly Newhouse and stars of upcoming performances of “Fright Night” and “A Wonderful Carol.”
 
Arts Coordinator Louisa Castrodale and SCRAP Gallery Executive Director and Founder Karen Riley talking about this year’s partnership project with advanced art students
 
Desert Hot Springs High Athletic Director, Kai Lyles, and Cathedral City High Athletic Director Brad Bryeans talking about new desert sports leagues and this year's school sports programs
 
Palm Springs High Athletic Director Michael Ventura, and Senior Class President Katrina Rodas talking about new sports leagues in desert and PSHS Homecoming on Oct. 24th.
 
Joan speaks with Dr. Karen Dimick, new Principal at Nellie N. Coffman Middle School
 
Joan speaks with Arts Coordinator Louisa Castrodale and Cabot's Museum Executive Director Irene Rodriguez.
 
Joan speaks with Cathedral City High IB Coordinator Ed Perry and two senior IB students about the program’s first three years, first graduates and future plans.
 
SOLUTION: Make incarceration an opportunity to get help and start healing. Make detox easier, get people with addiction drug treatment behind bars, and connect them to help as soon as they’re released. STORY: Opioid withdrawal is like the worst flu you’ve ever had. Now, imagine you’re responsible for dozens of people as sick as can be. What do ...…
 
SOLUTION: Create teams of social workers and police officers who help homeless people with addiction get drug treatment and housing. Break the cycle of drug use, crime, and jail time by reaching out to people on the streets and in the woods, and asking them what help they need. STORY: Marshmallows in Kevlar and a foul-mouthed social worker. Cof ...…
 
SOLUTION: Get government to work more effectively. Use a disaster response playbook to organize county government around the opioid epidemic. Approach addicted people with compassion, as you’d approach a person with any other medical condition. STORY: Addiction hits home for the top dog of a disaster-prone county. An old-school cop gets a wake- ...…
 
Download instructions on how to recognize the signs of an overdose and administer Narcan to stop it. Drawn by Julia Drachman.
 
SOLUTION: Get the overdose reversal drug, naloxone (aka Narcan) into the hands of everyone who needs it, and train them how to use it. Family, friends and people with addiction themselves can play a big role in stopping overdose death. STORY: A life lost, a life saved. The main character of this episode isn’t a person. It’s a nasal spray. Nalox ...…
 
SOLUTION: Treat addiction using evidence-based medication, like buprenorphine (aka Suboxone). Expand access to treatment through telemedicine. STORY: At a clinic in Everett, Washington, a nurse pushes his patients to work hard, and the patients embark on their road to recovery. Do they have a chance? (Yes, and we’ll tell you why.) This season w ...…
 
Finding Fixes is the first podcast dedicated to solutions to the opioid epidemic. Each episode we dive into one solution. The first season we're in Snohomish County, Washington, which is treating the opioid epidemic as a state of emergency like a natural disaster. As communities across the country struggle with rampant opioid overdoses, we seek ...…
 
Representatives of Assistance League of Palm Springs Desert Area talk about Operation School Bell and other PSUSD partnerships
 
Assistant Supt. of Educational Services Dr. Mike Swize and Director of Elementary Curriculum & Instruction Dr. Simone Kovats talk about professional development for teachers
 
Student Assistance Program Coordinator Don Slusser and Community Liaison Olivia Zarco-Sales talk about role of community liaisons
 
Arts Coordinator Louisa Castrodale and Art Box Project Founder Christine Dodd discussing new art program for PSUSD student
 
GATE/Linked Learning Teacher on Special Assignment Erik Mickelson and Academy student interns discussing upcoming Career Academy Expo
 
English Language Learner Coordinator Eric Antuna and Vista del Monte kindergarten teacher Cristina Tostado discuss Dual Immersion Program
 
Arts Coordinator Louisa Castrodale and Virginia Waring Piano Competition Executive Director Ann Greer
 
Nutrition Services Director Stephanie Bruce discusses school meal services and nutritional requirements and guidelines
 
Joan speaks with DIGICOM Executive Director Steven Heslin and DIGICOM Teacher on Special Assignment Jamie O’Neil.
 
Joan speaks with Palm Springs Unified School District's President of the Board, Mr. James Williamson.
 
Joan speaks with Ryan Landmann, Theatre Director of Desert Hot Springs High School and two students, Erika Munoz and Jonathan Calderon, about their upcoming production of "Heathers."
 
Joan speaks with Rancho Mirage High School Theatre Director, Kelly Newhouse, and students Ben Ruiz and Elizabeth Carver about upcoming production of "Oklahoma."
 
Joan speaks with Mr. Eduardo Rivera one of four district technology teachers on special assignment (TOSA).
 
Joan speaks with Louisa Castrodale and Community Partner Zach Flemming Manager of School Programs at Palm Springs Art Museum.
 
Joan speaks with Palm Springs Unified School District's Principal Coach Marsha Boring.
 
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