School Safety

Read: Md. Dept. of Education Gives $10 Million to Support In-Person Learning

Md. Dept. of Education Gives $10 Million to Support In-Person Learning

Other states are also urging communities with low coronavirus transmission rates to return to some form of in-person learning.

Read: Microsoft: 40% of Teens Involved in Bullying Incidents

Microsoft: 40% of Teens Involved in Bullying Incidents

Surprisingly, a nearly equal amount of adults reported being involved in a bullying incident either inside or outside of the workplace.

Read: GroupProjects Allow Participants to Interact Directly with Industry Experts, Peers

GroupProjects Allow Participants to Interact Directly with Industry Experts, Peers

These interactive webinar series, limited to 35 participants, allow attendees to video chat directly with presenters and other public safety professionals.

Read: How COVID-19 Affects These 7 Crucial Components of Multi-Hazard Planning

How COVID-19 Affects These 7 Crucial Components of Multi-Hazard Planning

Measures put in place to mitigate COVID-19 should not increase a school’s exposure to other threats, making multi-hazard planning more important than ever.

Read: CrisisGo Safety iPass Streamlines Health Status Certifications for Back-to-School

CrisisGo Safety iPass Streamlines Health Status Certifications for Back-to-School

Safety iPass uses digital badges that are updated daily to mark the status of teachers or students after they fill out a safety questionairre.

Read: Grissom-Huntsville Football Game Postponed Due to Violent, Racially Motivated Posts

Grissom-Huntsville Football Game Postponed Due to Violent, Racially Motivated Posts

One of the posts included a photo of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin kneeling on the neck of George Floyd.

Read: Security Director Gives Back to Community That Raised Him

Security Director Gives Back to Community That Raised Him

A product of the schools he now leads, CS K-12 Director of the Year winner Demario Boone has dedicated his entire career to the city where he grew up.

Read: Maconaquah School Corp. Starts Own Police Force After Losing SRO

Maconaquah School Corp. Starts Own Police Force After Losing SRO

The corporation took grant money previously used to fund an SRO to create its own department, which consists of two officers and a CEO.

Read: 35% of Parents Won’t Have Any Childcare if Schools Don’t Reopen

35% of Parents Won’t Have Any Childcare if Schools Don’t Reopen

A survey from Healthline also found 21% of parents have no choice but to leave their children home alone while they go to work.

Read: Pajaro Valley USD Permanently Eliminates SRO Program

Pajaro Valley USD Permanently Eliminates SRO Program

A survey found many parents and teachers supported keeping the program while many students wanted to the district to take a hybrid approach.

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