Fall School Safety and Security Conference - 013076
Governor Greg Abbott recently released a School Safety Plan with recommendations that include increasing the number of school marshals, enhanced coordination with law enforcement agencies, using threat assessment protocols, mental health interventions, increased training opportunities for educators, and improved funding for local educational agencies. The governor's plan is the impetus for this first-ever conference inRegion 11. The conference will take a whole-school approach, while heightening awareness and providing solutions for districts and charter schools alike. Leading experts in the field will share information and experiences at this comprehensive conference, and attendees will be provided with strategies to strengthen their understanding of school safety, school security, and mental health issues. Come join us and experts in the field! Lunch will be provided.

Audiences Charter School Personnel, Counselors, School Resource Officer, School Safety Personnel, Superintendents/Chief Executive Officers, Assistant Principals, Central Office Administrators, Child Nutrition Personnel, Community, Community/Public, Diagnosticians, Directors, Human Resources Personnel, Nurses, Principal Certification Candidate, Principals, School Board Members, Superintendent Certification Candidate, Teacher - General Education, Technology/Technical Support Personnel
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