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Superintendents School Board Members: ACCURATE FACTS AND ASSISTANCE IN PROTECTING YOUR SCHOOLS AND STUDENTS FROM EBOLA

SERAPH School Safety

SERAPH School Safety

 

The United States has an outbreak of enterovirus D68 (EV-D68) which is harmful to children.

 

You have questions about the Ebola virus. The U.S. Department of Education has a number of informational resources to share with you.

 

Most of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) cases this year of EV-D68 infection have been among children.

 

CDC resources about EV-D68 for Parents:

 

The 6 Failures – Sandy Hook Lessons Learned? SERAPH – CONGRESSIONAL REPORT

SERAPH – CONGRESSIONAL REPORT

Sandy Hook Lessons Learned?

 

THE SCHOOL

ü  Shooter Adam Lanza arrived at the front of school UNNOTICED parking next to a NO PARKING ZONE

 

ü  Principal & psychologist were in a conference room and went to investigate NOISES in the Hallway resulting in their death. They sensed danger as Principal told others in the conference to stay put.  A PHONE in this room could have been used to announce Lockdown situation via intercom

 

ü  Main Office staff heard glass breaking and observed the shooter. Did not secure office doors or initiate lockdown.

LIABILITY ISSUES WITH THE MANAGEMENT OF SPECIAL NEEDS STUDENTS

The TASA Group

The TASA Group

Attorneys – School Administrators – School Board Members

 

On Thursday, May 2, 2013, at 2 p.m. ET, The TASA Group, Inc., in conjunction with school safety experts Andy Demidont and Dale Yeager, will present a free, one-hour, interactive webinar, LIABILITY ISSUES WITH THE MANAGEMENT OF SPECIAL NEEDS STUDENTS, for all legal professionals. Click here to register for this webinar.

SERAPH School Safety & Education Management

A WELL MANAGED SCHOOL IS A SAFE AND EFFECTIVE SCHOOL

 

SERAPH SCHOOL SERVICES provides problem solving for School Administrators, School Boards and Departments of Education.

EXPERT TEAM FOR U.S. CONGRESS SAYS MARINETTE HIGH SCHOOL HOSTAGE CRISIS WAS LIKELY PREVENTABLE

A team of school safety experts who provide a special report to congress say that the hostage situation at Marinette High School by Sophomore Samuel Hengel was likely preventable.

The team believes that there appears to have been a lack of proper exterior monitoring and training of staff to visually detect weapons and threats which possibly led to the hostage situation.

“With the exception of the police and the classroom teacher who resolved the situation, the school district of Marinette should be asking themselves some difficult questions”, states congressional report team member Andy Demidont.” How did a student who allegedly had problems, go undetected by the counselors, the principal and the teaching staff? This is the question the press needs to be asking.”