The threatening voicemail left on a school phone is part of an ongoing debate over the district’s teaching of race-related issues.
The marijuana wax drug, also known as marijuana oil, is highly potent and dangerous.
With the ever-changing threat environment and commonplace of liability torts, are your school’s student supervision practices up to par?
A retired police lieutenant gives his perspective on the common occurrence of hazing in locker rooms and what students, staff, coaches and parents can do to stop it.
In this webinar, attendees will learn the observable behaviors people exhibit as they head down a path of violence so we can help prevent the preventable.
By regularly discussing safety with children, parents are in the driver’s seat to teach not only critical thinking skills but also skills that may save a child’s life.
Max Schachter, whose youngest son, Alex, was one of 17 innocent victims murdered in the Parkland school shooting, will present at the Campus Safety Conference at EDSpaces in Pittsburgh this November.
Steven Anderson will look at these TikTok challenges, share examples of social media gone wrong, and discuss ways to guide students toward making better social media decisions.
An after-action report from the May shooting at Rigby Middle School provides helpful insight into ways schools can prevent and respond to shootings.
A parent started a petition to ban two teens — who police say were planning a school shooting — from attending public schools.