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2018 Safe Schools Coordinators Symposium
Eastern Kentucky University, in conjunction with the Kentucky Center for School Safety, is sponsoring a one day free school safety symposium. Our keynote speaker this year will be Trent Lovett, Marshall County High School Principal, along with the best of Kentucky's experts providing breakout sessions on paramount school safety issues.

Opening Session
8:45AM - 10:00AMOpening Session
Featuring Trent Lovett, Marshall County High School Principal
Join Trent Lovett, Marshall County High School principal as he reflects on recent events and discusses school safety practices.

Breakout Session #1
10:15AM - 11:30AMI. Safe School Threat Assessments (SESSION CLOSED, PLEASE CHOOSE ANOTHER)
Developing Effective Teams and Tools
Jonathan Wosoba, Director of Student Services
Jill Canuel, Mental Health Consultant
Oldham County Schools

Identifying and assessing a school threat is vital to school safety. This session addresses the process and tools needed for school officials to make appropriate decisions about students for whom both physical and emotional safety is a concern. Presenters will discuss and review assessment tools, referral process, planning, implementation, and tracking forms. This session will also provide insight to the team process for determining student safety needs.
10:15AM - 11:30AMII. CPTED
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10:15AM - 11:30AMIII. Community Relations
Be the Bridge
With the deterioration of family units across the nation, greater responsibilities are being placed on schools and communities to provide stability and opportunities for success for children of all ages. With these thoughts in mind, it is important to remember that all children are our children! Unfortunately the art of communication is becoming a lost art and individuals are becoming distant as well as disengaged. In this session participants will be presented information regarding the importance of the school being the bridge to bring communities together focusing on families and children. In addition, key points of relationship building will be addressed with a concentration on both successes and failures. As a Safe Schools Coordinator it must be understood that we are the CATALYST. Building strong community relationships takes time and planning!
10:15AM - 11:30AMIV. TSA/Buses and Vulnerability
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10:15AM - 11:30AMV. Human Trafficking
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10:15AM - 11:30AMVI. Vulnerability/Active Shooter
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10:15AM - 11:30AMVII. Situational Awareness
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Lunch
11:30AM - 12:45PMLunch
Come network with your colleagues and enjoy lunch on us!

Breakout Session #2
12:45PM - 2:00PMI. Safe School Threat Assessments (4 SPOTS LEFT!)
Developing Effective Teams and Tools
Jonathan Wosoba, Director of Student Services
Jill Canuel, Mental Health Consultant
Oldham County Schools

Identifying and assessing a school threat is vital to school safety. This session addresses the process and tools needed for school officials to make appropriate decisions about students for whom both physical and emotional safety is a concern. Presenters will discuss and review assessment tools, referral process, planning, implementation, and tracking forms. This session will also provide insight to the team process for determining student safety needs.
12:45PM - 2:00PMII. CPTED
Details coming soon...
12:45PM - 2:00PMIII. Vulnerability/Active Shooter (SESSION CLOSED, PLEASE CHOOSE ANOTHER)
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12:45PM - 2:00PMIV. Human Trafficking
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12:45PM - 2:00PMV. TSA/Buses and Vulnerability
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Breakout Session #3
2:15PM - 3:30PMI. Vulnerability/Active Shooter
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2:15PM - 3:30PMII. Safety/Security Lessons We Continue to Learn (SESSION CLOSED, PLEASE CHOOSE ANOTHER)
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2:15PM - 3:30PMIII. Cyberbullying (SESSION CLOSED, PLEASE CHOOSE ANOTHER)
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2:15PM - 3:30PMIV. Community Relations
Be the Bridge
With the deterioration of family units across the nation, greater responsibilities are being placed on schools and communities to provide stability and opportunities for success for children of all ages. With these thoughts in mind, it is important to remember that all children are our children! Unfortunately the art of communication is becoming a lost art and individuals are becoming distant as well as disengaged. In this session participants will be presented information regarding the importance of the school being the bridge to bring communities together focusing on families and children. In addition, key points of relationship building will be addressed with a concentration on both successes and failures. As a Safe Schools Coordinator it must be understood that we are the CATALYST. Building strong community relationships takes time and planning!
2:15PM - 3:30PMV. TSA/Buses and Vulnerability
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2:15PM - 3:30PMVII. How to Develop and Enhance Your SRO Program
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