Founded by parents who lost children at Sandy Hook, we are a national school safety resource center, providing research-based tools and services for crisis prevention, response, and recovery, to help protect every school and every student, every day.
Safe and Sound’s panel of school safety experts combine deep practical knowledge with engaging delivery to inspire and educate your school community. From keynotes to hands-on workshops and community-wide forums, our speakers can adapt their delivery approach to meet the unique needs of your event.
Frank’s book, “They Call Me Mr. De,” is a perfect opportunity to get to know Frank, and be inspired by a great man and a truly humble servant. Frank DeAngelis is the former Principal of Columbine High School. A portion of the proceeds from his book will go toward Safe and Sound Schools.
The findings of this first-ever report outlines perceptions among stakeholders and examines current safety threats, as well as preparedness for all hazards in school settings. The 2019 report will be shared later this Spring.
Guided by national safety experts, educators, mental health, fire and law enforcement professionals, we gather and create free resources for immediate use in school communities across the country.
FEMA invited Michele Gay to present a PrepTalk on “Rethinking School Safety.” Check out Michele’s talk and a Q&A session about her personal experiences and Safe and Sound School’s Framework for Comprehensive School Safety Planning and Development.
The Safe and Sound Youth Council is a student-driven school safety program for middle and high school students. Students in the Safe and Sound Youth Council lend their creativity, leadership, and critical thinking to improve school safety through yearly service projects.
Presented to more than 150,000 educators and school safety stakeholders from 1,150 cities and towns
5 million – in the U.S., we have seen more than 3,300 toolkit downloads representing 1,540 unique school districts, potentially reaching 5,000,000 students
Our “Straight-A-Safety” toolkits have been downloaded in all 50 states and 133 countries around the globe
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