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School Safety

Read: Substitute Teacher, Custodian Praised for Saving Lives in Aztec Shooting

Substitute Teacher, Custodian Praised for Saving Lives in Aztec Shooting

A substitute teacher barricaded herself and 16 students in an office after the custodian yelled to lockdown classrooms as he pursued the active shooter.

Read: Aztec High School Gunman Planned Shooting, Previously Investigated by FBI

Aztec High School Gunman Planned Shooting, Previously Investigated by FBI

The FBI questioned the gunman in 2016 after he posted a comment on a gaming site asking about mass shootings and the cost of assault rifles.

Read: Connecticut Schools Violate Safety Laws Put in Place After Sandy Hook

Connecticut Schools Violate Safety Laws Put in Place After Sandy Hook

Last July, only 25 percent of Connecticut school districts submitted records for its fire drills and crisis management drills.

Read: UPDATE: 2 Students Killed, Gunman Dead After Shooting at Aztec High School

UPDATE: 2 Students Killed, Gunman Dead After Shooting at Aztec High School

Students recall hearing the gunfire, initially believing it to be the sounds of students banging on lockers in the hallway.

Read: Teacher Beaten by Unknown Suspect Inside N.C. Elementary School

Teacher Beaten by Unknown Suspect Inside N.C. Elementary School

The assailant entered West Hoke Elementary School through an unlocked door and assaulted the teacher with an unknown metal object.

Read: Penn. Governor Awards $5 Million in Safe School Initiative Grants

Penn. Governor Awards $5 Million in Safe School Initiative Grants

Approximately $2.5 million of the federal grant will go towards providing training and compensation for school resource officers.

Read: NYC Teacher Found Dead in School Bathroom from Suspected Overdose

NYC Teacher Found Dead in School Bathroom from Suspected Overdose

The 36-year-old father of three was found dead from an apparent heroin overdose in a bathroom stall after students had been dismissed.

Read: Study: Kids Who Commute to School Alone Make Better Choices

Study: Kids Who Commute to School Alone Make Better Choices

The study questioned 745 public school students, ranging from ages six to 12, on how they commute to school and the safety measures they take.

Read: Marijuana Wax – How Dangerous is it?

Marijuana Wax – How Dangerous is it?

Get the information you need to address the growing trend of marijuana wax use.

Read: Bomb Threat Protocols For Your Campus

Bomb Threat Protocols For Your Campus

Join Campus Safety on December 14th to learn how a positive school climate will reduce the risks of both bomb threats and all school violence, how to develop relationships with First Responders to develop bomb threat protocols, how a school’s response to a bomb threat can reduce the incidences of bomb threats.

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