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Keeping Our Schools Safe
The primary responsibility of every school district is to ensure a safe and secure environment for students, staff and visitors. Listed below are articles and resources on school safety and crisis management.
Webinar: Dec. 21, 2012: Planning For and Managing the School Crisis You Hope Never Comes
Sponsored by the National School Boards Association’s Office of General Counsel and the Council of School Attorneys.
Video: Dec. 19, 2012: School Safety following Sandy Hook
Missouri School Boards’ Association interviews Paul Fennewald of the Missouri Center for Education Safety on School Safety following Sandy Hook
Dec. 19, 2012: The National School Boards Association General Counsel Francisco M. Negrón Jr. was featured on C-SPAN’s “Washington Journal” discussing school safety and how school boards across the U.S. develop and implement emergency plans.
School Security After Sandy Hook
Addressing school safety doesn’t mean simply responding to the latest horrific shooting. Districts have to put school shootings in perspective and understand where the threats are more likely to come from. Schools should take an “all-hazards” approach that considers the best responses to a variety of emergencies.
ASBJ December 2013
School Safety Plans
Working together, schools and community partners can focus their emergency planning using time-tested national guidance, including efforts to build a positive school climate to establish relationships of trust and respect among students and staff in order to encourage them to share information about threatening behavior before an incident occurs.
ASBJ August 2013
Columbine’s 10th Anniversary
Ten years after the Columbine High School shooting in Littleton, Colo. — a day that is remembered as education’s 9/11—American School Board Journal interviewed school administrators and leaders in charge of the Jefferson County School District that day.
Communicating During a Crisis
School safety expert Ken Trump shows how school officials can communicate with internal and external constituents when responding to, and recovering from, a school safety incident.
When Disaster Strikes Your Schools
Disasters come in many forms, both natural and manmade, but school districts that are prepared for the worst are better able to get back up and running in the aftermath.
The Red Flags of School Safety
School safety consultant Edward F. Dragan advises on standards.
A Measured Approach
After a series of deadly shootings, experts urge schools to take thoughtful steps to ensure safety.
Safe from Harm
School law expert Edwin Darden writes that in the wake of several school shootings, a get-tough stance is tempting, but compassion and conversations are just as important.
Investing in School Safety
Lack of oversight on safety issues can cost districts millions of dollars in the damages awarded each year to families of children injured at school.
How to envision the uncertain, prepare and plan for it, then do it all over again. Common traits to effective emergency planning include widespread communication, duplication in roles, and flexibility.
School Shootings and Student Mental Health – What Lies Beneath the Tip of the Iceberg
Recommendations created by William Dikel, M.D. Independent Consulting Psychiatrist, for NSBA’s Council of School Attorneys.
Student Perceptions of School Safety
Studies show that students who do not feel safe at school stay home. And when students aren’t in school, they don’t perform academically. The Center for Public Education’s Data First project discusses student perceptions and how school officials can help keep them safe.
Resources for School Attorneys
New York State School Boards Association: “Tending to Our Youth”
The report recommends specific actions that school districts can take to increase school safety, including ways to identify possible warning signs of students at-risk and provide support to students who do not feel that they belong in the school community. (March 2013)
Missouri Center for Education Safety
U.S. Department of Education: Readiness and Emergency Management for Schools Technical Assistance Center