Annual Student Safety and School Security Conference - 013696
This conference will focus on hot-button topics such as mental health, reducing gun violence, human trafficking, arming teachers, hardening schools, student discipline and school safety legislative updates, the Texas School Marshall program, and bullying/cyberbullying as well as mitigating damage done by natural disasters. Centered on national best practices and proven localized programs and efforts, this conference brings together the most knowledgeable and renowned keynote presenters into one forum to provide the highest-quality professional development possible. In addition, attendees will be able to take advantage of breakout sessions by current professionals in the fields of mental health, K-12 education, law enforcement, and school safety who will be addressing the most pressing issues facing our schools today. Early bird rate $99 before June 1. Late registration rate $125.

Audiences Charter School Personnel, Counselors, Principals, School Resource Officer, School Safety Personnel, Assistant Principals, Central Office Administrators, Child Care Providers, Child Nutrition Personnel, Community, Community/Public, Coordinators, Directors, ESC Personnel, Parents, Principal Certification Candidate, Psychologists, School Board Members, School Health Personnel, Superintendents/Chief Executive Officers, Teacher - General Education
21st Century Learning  Vision Article V - Organizational Transformation,   Vision Article VI - More Balanced/Reinvigorated State/Local Partnership


No sessions currently available for registration for this workshop.

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