We all hear stories of school violence, bullying, cyberbullying, gangs, vandalism, drug sales on the school campus and predators which give parents pause and significant concerns about the lack of school safety.
What is more important is how to deal with the reality of these school threats and what can be done to provide more school safety for our schoolchildren?
On September 9th, some of the top thought leaders on school safety are presenting a free back to school safety webinar to discuss the biggest threats facing America's schools this year and how to stop them.
Safety Mom Allison Rhodes and ADT Safety Advisor Pat Fiel, Cherokee County School Principal Bill Sebring and Janet Read, active parent in representing Parental Awareness for Safe Schools (P.A.S.S.). will discuss the latest treats and safety solutions at 2011 Back-To-School Safety Webcast.
The results from the recent national School Safety Survey will be unveiled along with the growing problem of bullying on campuses, predators, drugs, vandalism and gang violence.
In addition, they will be releasing the results from a brand new School Safety Survey. Along the findings - nearly 70% of parents say their kids have been bullied at school.
WHERE: Presented via live webcast from Cherokee County Schools outside Atlanta, GA. Participants receive webcast registration link to register in advance.
WHO: “Safety Mom” Alison Rhodes, Nationally renowned safety expert (conducted School Safety Survey):
Patrick Fiel, Public Safety Advisor for ADT Security, former Director of Security for D.C. school system:
Mark Kissel, Chief of Police, Cherokee County School District Bill Sebring, Principal, Woodstock High School
DETAILS: The issues of bullying/cyberbullying, tracking sexual predators, drug sale, vandalism and gang violence are among many growing threats facing U.S. schools in 2011. On this webcast, experts will explain new data and trends and present current solutions to school safety risks, including parent/family strategies, school campus procedures, faculty training, and innovative technology. Session will conclude with a Q&A session for journalists with expert panelists.
Register today for this ADT-sponsored event that brings together nationally renowned experts including Safety Mom Alison Rhodes and ADT Safety Advisor Pat Fiel, as well as Cherokee County School Principal Bill Sebring and Janet Read, active parent in representing Parental Awareness for Safe Schools (P.A.S.S.).
This timely presentation will unveil the results from a recent national parent survey on school safety issues and discuss the critical findings and latest trends.
Date: Friday, September 9, 2011
Time: 1-2 p.m. Eastern time
Posted by +Pat Wyman, author and founder of HowToLearn.com