Join us, March 28-30, 2019, for the inaugural National Summit on School Safety, sponsored by the Safe and Sound Institute for Safer Schools in partnership with Region 4 Education Service Center. Register to get early bird pricing.
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.
This first-ever report explores perceptions of safety at schools. The findings outline perceptions among stakeholders, and looks at the current state of threats, from threats received to future threats, as well as preparedness for those safety risks.
The Safe and Sound Youth Council is a student-driven school safety program for high school students. Students in the Safe and Sound Youth Council will lend their creativity, leadership, and critical thinking to improve school safety through yearly service projects.
We teach a collaborative approach to school safety that engages the school community in three active steps: Assess, Act, and Audit. We call this model Straight ‘A’ Safety Improvement.
Guided by national experts, educators, mental health, fire and law enforcement professionals, we gather and create free resources for immediate use in school communities across the country.
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.
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