Rural School Safety

Rural School Safety
Duration: 60 Minutes
Module 1 Resources
Recorded on: 2019-10-09
Unit 1 Slide Deck: Rural School Safety
Unit 2 Recording: Rural School Safety

This webinar will apply research-based information in a discussion to promote school safety. The discussion will provide a background that will allow the participants to identify and evaluate components for a school safety plan for schools located in small towns or unincorporated areas.

Attendees will learn how to:

  • Evaluate available research on school safety when considering the development of a school safety plan.
  • Identify low cost and effective components for rural school safety plans.
  • Test assumptions regarding the components of their rural school safety plan.

 

As Featured in the NBC News Story: Inside the Safest School in America

 

Audience Comments:

  • “Excellent information in this course.” — Daniel
  • “The impressive strategies being used to make schools safe and related statistics regarding their effectiveness!” — Sharon
  • “The entire webinar was good!” — Richards
  • “Information regarding tracking an incident throughout a building and how it connects directly with central dispatch.” — Robert

 

 

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