CSFC Membership Meeting
Wednedsay, February 27, 2019
9:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.
Sacramento Convention Center Room 319*
Our February monthly meeting will take place CASH Annual Conference. The meeting was open to both members and non-members. Please bring anyone you think would benefit from hearing about CSFC issues. CSFC members do not need to be registered for the Confernece to attend this membership meeting.
Examining a Regional Approach to School Safety and Training Practices
Monday, February 25, 2019
4:00 p.m. - 5:30 P.m.
Sacramento Convention Center Room 302/303*
Make sure to register for the CASH Conference to attend this workshop!
Every student deserves to have a safe, healthy, and productive learning environment, and county offices of education can play a unique role in facilitating school safety policies and best practices. This workshop will explore school safety from a regional perspective, focusing on the role that Monterey County Office of Education has played to develop a standardized approach to planning and training for crisis and emergency response for the school districts within its county.
We’ll explore best practices for developing and implementing a Comprehensive School Safety Plan, and how a coordinated regional approach can improve the process. This regional approach led to the Monterey COE Safety Consortium’s adoption of the ALICE (Alert Lockdown Inform Counter Evacuate) approach to active shooter threats. We will also discuss a small step that can make a big impact: assessing school sites for unique vulnerabilities and potential safety improvements.
Moderated by CSFC Chair Joshua Jorn (Monterey COE), the workshop will feature a panel of speakers and attendees can expect to gain important knowledge related to school safety!
*Times and locations are subject to change; please check the schedule upon arrival to the Conference.