The National Summit on School Safety, an intensive and interactive two-day conference, will cover the six-key areas essential to comprehensive school safety: (1) physical environment (2) operations and emergency management (3) mental and behavioral health (4) health and wellness (5) culture, climate, and community (6) school law, policy and finance.
What to expect:
Experience hands-on learning about school safety best practices from national and regional experts.
Engage in deep-dive breakout sessions, workshops, leadership round tables, and inspirational keynotes.
Connect with other educators, administrators, safety professionals, mental health practitioners, and community leaders.
Add to your school safety toolbox to better meet your school community’s school safety needs.
Featured speakers include:
Michele Gay and Alissa Parker, Sandy Hook Mothers & Co-founders of Safe and Sound Schools
Frank DeAngelis, Retired Principal of Columbine High School
Patrick Ireland, Columbine Survivor
Dr. Lina Alathari, Chief of the U.S. Secret Service National Threat Assessment Center
Susan Payne, Founder of Safe2Tell
And dozens of other school safety experts and survivors of school-based crisis.
Who Should Attend?
Educators, Administrators. Safety Professionals, Mental and Behavioral Health Professionals, Solution Providers, and Community Members/Leaders.
The Summit is hosted by Safe and Sound Schools, Region 4 Education Service Center and Crime Stoppers of Houston.