(1) The office of the superintendent of public instruction shall work with state agency and community partners to assist schools in implementing youth suicide prevention activities, which may include the following:
(a) Training for school employees, parents, community members, and students in recognizing and responding to the signs of suicide;
(b) Partnering with local coalitions of community members interested in preventing youth suicide; and
(c) Responding to communities determined to be in crisis after a suicide or attempted suicide to prevent further instances of suicide.
(2) The office of the superintendent of public instruction, working with state and community partners, shall prioritize funding appropriated for subsection (1) of this section to communities identified as the highest risk.