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School Safety

This page is dedicated to sharing ideas and resources to increase the safety in our schools. As an instructor and parent, I feel that we have done too little for too long when comes to combating the current trend of school violence in our communities. Therefore, we have started a group of concerned parents and citizens, Parents For School Safety, to come together and work on meaningful solutions. We aim to meet monthly and engage with our community, school and law enforcement leaders to help support and improve the safety of our children. If you are interested in learning more, please contact us.

Next Parents For School Safety Meeting: TBD

Resources Run, Hide, Fight Video - Learn how to respond to an active shooter event
Evan Video- Watch with your child to learning warning signs that should be reported Preparing High Quality School Emergency Action Plans - Is your school following this guidance or are they still hiding students under desks or huddled in corners?
Violence Prevention in Schools - Enhancement Through Law Enforcement Partnerships

PCAST - Parent/Child Active Shooter Training, Contact Us

TCAST - Teacher Active Shooter Training, Contact Us

Mass Casualty Shootings - Statistics The School Shooter - FBI, A Threat Assessment Perspective
Know The Signs - Identify warning signs and signals before an act of violence takes place Facts - Facts on gun violence

Things You Can Do Now

  • Be open and honest with yourself and your children about mental illness.
  • Get professional help if you suspect your child is dealing with mental illness, bullying or depression.
  • Keep guns out of reach of children. Even when hidden or locked, kids often find a way to access them.
  • Check your children's social media and their rooms. It's okay to snoop!
  • Stay engaged in your child's life. It can be hard sometimes but keep trying!
  • Teach your children the warning signs of potential violence to be aware of and let them know it's okay to tell.
  • Ask your children what they are currently doing during lock down drills in school. Can the training be improved?
  • Visit your child's school. Is it secure? Can more be done?
  • Talk to teachers, principals, administrators, board members and community leaders. Ask what the current policies are and what is being done to improve them.
  • Consider taking active shooter training with your child.