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Best podcasts about school safety

Latest podcast episodes about school safety

Texas Tribune Brief
Gov. Greg Abbott appoints first school safety chief four months after Uvalde shooting

Texas Tribune Brief

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 3:40


John P. Scott, a former U.S. Secret Service agent, is tasked with ensuring Texas schools implement statewide safety policies and safeguard against school shootings.

Learn in Burke: a Burke County Public Schools Podcast
Ep. 25 – A discussion about school safety with BCPS officials

Learn in Burke: a Burke County Public Schools Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 12:46


School safety was the topic of our newest Superintendent's Snapshots TV segment in partnership with City of Morganton, NC Government CoMPAS Cable. We invited Sara LeCroy, our director of student and family services; Lt. Albert Becerra, one of our school resource officers and Andrew Clemens, our BCPS safety officer to talk about the issue of school safety. Don't miss out on this episode! #allinBCPS #ignitelearningBCPS

Pratt on Texas
Episode 3049: Guv debate gets predictable media hack job “fact checking” | Over 1,500 “gotaways” per day at border – Pratt on Texas 10/3/2022

Pratt on Texas

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 42:43


The news of Texas covered today includes:Our Lone Star story of the day: While the governor race debate Friday night was as dull as I predicted, saving you from having to endure it, the so-called “fact checkers” at Texas media outlets were even more predictable – to the point of absurdity.Our Lone Star story of the day is sponsored by Allied Compliance Services providing the best service in DOT, business and personal drug and alcohol testing since 1995.Governor Abbott appoints John P. Scott, a Texas Tech graduate, as the new Chief of School Safety and Security within the Texas Education Agency.Another Texas rocket firm gets to orbit. Many items in the border news stack including that a source says confirmed “gotaways” in the federal fiscal year just ended were 599,000 – that's 1,500 per day!And, other news of Texas.Listen on the radio, or station stream, at 5pm Central. Click for our affiliates.www.PrattonTexas.com 

The Marc Cox Morning Show
School safety badge QR code leads to sexually explicit sites

The Marc Cox Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 32:59


In the 3rd hour, Marc is joined in studio by Danny Define, who tells us about a school district where teachers are wearing badges with QR codes that lead to a website with sexually explicit content for the LGBTQ+ community. We get a call from Terri Hasdorff, Political Strategist, to discuss Trump's rallies for GOP across the United States while Sleepy Joe hasn't scheduled much of anything regarding the 2024 elections, and the publics disdain for VP Kamala Harris should she attempt to run for President in his place. Later, Kathleen and Marc talk about the conspiracy theory going around that Hurricane Ian was "man made" and climate change. 

Tell Me More: the City of Kingston Podcast
Tell Me More About...School Safety

Tell Me More: the City of Kingston Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 22:36


It takes a village to keep children safe on their way to school with many community members and partners doing their part. This includes the City of Kingston, schools, bus companies, police, parents and drivers. But what specifically is the City's role in school safety? In this episode of Tell Me More, we dive deep into the City of Kingston's school safety initiatives. From crossing guards to community safety zones and all points in between. To learn more about some of the programs talked about in this episode please check out these links: Community Safety Zones City of Kingston School Crossing Guard Program The School Streets program is operated by Kingston Coalition for Active Transportation, for more information please email: schoolstreetygk@gmail.com Opening Track: Tell Me Twice by the Meringues - courtesy of the Meringues. themeringues.com Find our closing track on YGK Music. 

KPFA - Law & Disorder w/ Cat Brooks
School shooting in Oakland w/ school safety specialist Jose Garcia

KPFA - Law & Disorder w/ Cat Brooks

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 19:18


Six people were shot at Sojournor Truth Independent Study high school in East Oakland on Wednesday, September 28th. As of this reporting, two of the victims are reportedly in critical condition at Highland Hospital, and the other four are in stable condition. When intense violence happens in our neighborhoods, we can't just pass it by. Yesterday, 6 people were shot at an East Oakland high school campus. Our guest in this episode is Jose Garcia, the Safety Specialist at Rudsdale High School and the program manager of the newcomer success and safety initiative there. Rudsdale shares a campus with Sojournor Truth school, where the shooting took place. —- Subscribe to this podcast: https://plinkhq.com/i/1637968343?to=page Get in touch: lawanddisorder@kpfa.org Follow us on socials @LawAndDis: https://twitter.com/LawAndDis; https://www.instagram.com/lawanddis/ The post School shooting in Oakland w/ school safety specialist Jose Garcia appeared first on KPFA.

Central Florida: Beyond The Soundbite

Voters will face a long slate of races on their November ballot. Floridians will decide not just who represents them here at home and in Tallahassee – but also in Washington.  Floridians will have weight in the balance of which party is in power in D.C.  OR… It may feel like every month – every year – we are in an election. Each one more critical than the one before.  In just weeks – really – voters will cast ballots for the November general election. Floridians will decide not only who will represent them at home and in Tallahassee – but in Washington, D.C. --- in the tight race for U.S. Senate – and in Congressional House races.  That includes an open seat for District 10 – currently represented by Congresswoman Val Demings.  You have Republican Calvin Wimbish who wants the seat – as well as our guest today – Democratic Congressional nominee Maxwell Frost

The Mike Broomhead Show Audio
What is Phoenix Police doing to increase school safety?

The Mike Broomhead Show Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 29:47


Mike discusses ways to increase school safety to ensure protection at our schools. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Xtreme Parenting Podcast
EP 7: Bullying & School Safety

Xtreme Parenting Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 24:59


Tune in as Selikka and Pastor Mike recap an amazing conversation that they recently had with License and Board Certified Therapist, Dr. Chinwe Williams around the topic of Bullying & School Safety. Connect with them... Instagram: @no_ordinary_mom, @mikejrodgers1 or @TheVillageGroupChat Email: VillageGroupChat@gmail.com

Dave and Dujanovic
How the Canyon's District has taken a closerlook into school safety

Dave and Dujanovic

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 9:03


In response to heightened worries about school safety following the May tragedy in Uvalde, Texas, Canyons spent the summer months conducting an internal review of the safety and security measures at CSD campuses and central offices. The review called for an evaluation of each facility's existing security measures, as well as CSD's already-robust Incident Command Manual, which is meant to be CSD's guidepost for emergency responses. Risk Management Coordinator Ryan Jakeman speaks about the review, what was found, and how it has made schools safer. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

SDPB News
Sen. Rounds introduces school safety SAVES Act | Sept 14

SDPB News

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 7:52


Each day, SDPB brings you statewide news coverage. We then compile those stories into a daily podcast.

KUSI News: Prep Pigskin Report
Lincoln High School Safety, Josiah Cox

KUSI News: Prep Pigskin Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 24:13


Lincoln High School's star Safety, Josiah Cox, joined PPR's Paul Rudy & Burt Grossman to discuss their big win over Mater Dei, and their remaining schedule for the 2022 season. Cox is a three-star recruit who plays Free Safety, Strong Safety and Nickel. He's 6'2, 185 pounds. The Hive is buzzing as Lincoln High School starts their season with a 3-1 record.

Montana Talks with Aaron Flint
A School Safety Plan by Sheriff Jesse Slaughter

Montana Talks with Aaron Flint

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 19:56


Taking a proactive, prepared approach to securing our kids in school.

TASBOcast
President's Podcast: Common Concerns with Safety, Staffing, and ESSER

TASBOcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 20:33 Transcription Available


On this episode, the debut episode of Season 3, we have a conversation with our Board President, Jennifer Land, CFO for Pflugerville ISD, and our own Executive Director, Tracy Ginsburg, herself a former school district CFO, notably with Round Rock ISD and Fort Bend ISD.We begin with good news from ASBO International and a look at what to expect from their upcoming conference - safety, staffing, and ESSER. We cover those topics in greater detail and then review the upcoming awards programs - RISE and Commitment to Excellence.

1010 WINS ALL LOCAL
Chancellor of NYC Department of Education David Banks talks school safety ahead of the first day of school for more than a million NYC students, the deadline for 9/11 first responders to register with the the New York Workers Compensation Fund is this Sun

1010 WINS ALL LOCAL

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 6:37


Rick Outzen's Podcast
Episode 1037: Sheriff Simmons on School Safety

Rick Outzen's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 10:00


Escambia County Sheriff Chip Simmons discusses how to make high school football games, his first Women's Blazer Academy and this weekend's Battle of Pensacola Kickball Game.

Town Square with Ernie Manouse
The Latest: COVID & Monkeypox, Current Affairs in Education, & Appointment of Special Master to Examine Mar-a-Lago Documents

Town Square with Ernie Manouse

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 49:50


Town Square with Ernie Manouse airs at 3 p.m. CT. Tune in on 88.7FM, listen online or subscribe to the podcast. Join the discussion at 888-486-9677, questions@townsquaretalk.org or @townsquaretalk. We kick off a brand new season of Town Square with Ernie Manouse covering a broad range of topics: health and wellness, education, and politics.  We start the discussion with the latest on COVID, new boosters targeting the omicron variant, monkeypox, and preparation for the flu season.  Plus, what do parents need to know to keep their kids healthy this school year. Now that school is in session, we discuss the challenges facing teachers, including school safety, censorship of books and the new “In God We Trust” law in Texas. We also examined the appointment of an independent special master to look over the documents seized by the FBI at President Trump's estate, Mar-a-Lago. Guests: Dr. Michael Chang • Pediatric Infectious Disease Specialist, UTHealth Houston and Children's Memorial Hermann Hospital Zeph Capo • President, Texas American Federation of Teachers Dr. Frank Sorrentino • Professor Emeritus at St. Francis College Author, Presidential Power and the American Political System Town Square with Ernie Manouse is a gathering space for the community to come together and discuss the day's most important and pressing issues. We also offer a free podcast here, on iTunes, and other apps.

The Safety Doc Podcast
Bill Would Ban Cellphones in Schools | 7 Reasons For and 7 Against Cellphones in Schools | SDP185

The Safety Doc Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 255:25


James David Dickson, managing editor of Michigan Capitol Confidential, wrote an article about Michigan House Bill 6171, introduced in June (2022) by Representative Gary Eisen. The proposed bill reads: “Beginning with the 2022-2023 school year, the board of a school district or intermediate school district or board of directors of a public school academy shall ensure that each school operated by the board or board of directors develops or adopts and implements a policy that prohibits the use of personal cellular devices by pupils enrolled in the school during the scheduled school day when the pupil is at school.“ At school” means in a classroom, elsewhere on school property, or on a school bus or other school-related vehicle.” Per Dickson, HB 6171 shows the faults of the “There Should Be A Law” mentality. Dickson wrote a compelling piece skewering the bill - and this episode will spelunk those, and other, rabbit holes for and against banning cellphones in school, with 7 reasons to not ban cellphones and 7 reasons to ban them. REASONS NOT TO BAN CELLPHONES (1) CELLPHONES ARE PART OF LEARNING. Cellphones are inseparable from learning. By 2007, educators conceded that cell phones could play an important part in learning. Universities started using text messages to reach out to students, and a survey released by Cingular Wireless indicated that parents believed text messaging helped to improve communications with children (Loveless, 2022). (2) SCHOOL SAFETY. School safety is enhanced by cell phones. Although phone-based danger reporting or incident notification apps are not nearly as effective or reliable as purported by their enthusiastic vendors, they hold much potential for the future of personal safety. If each student's phone was viewed the same way we view smoke detectors, it would be unthinkable to remove them from our schools. (3) SINGULARITY IS INEVITABLE. Banning cellphones is an update to the 1970s argument to ban calculators. Schools are slow to infuse technology into curriculum and operating systems. Today, kids flash an electronic ticket on their phone to attend their school's sporting event. Futurist Ray Kurzwel predicts that something known as ‘singularity' will happen around the year 2045. Singularity is a merging of the human brain with computers and AI. It might be a form of neuralink. At that point, will school require students to disconnect their links during instructional time, to remove their slim 3D projection goggles, etc.? In 20 years, cellphones will be a relic of the past. (4) COMMUNICATIONS. Be it text, email, or call, the cellphone makes communication efficient and reliable. I remember a 1990 computer lab where logging in via modem speed and bringing up text-only email once or twice a day was considered cutting-edge mass communications. (5) NAVIGATION. GPS and navigation apps, such as What3Words and Waze, help students navigate the campus and have an enhanced comprehension of their surroundings. With the What3Words app, rescuers could respond to a 3 meter by 3 meter square area where the student - or the student could share their location as a gathering point for teammates getting off a bus for a competition. (6) IMPOSSIBLE TO ENFORCE. Schools are operating short-staffed and enforcing cellphone violations is not a realistic expectation of time-strapped staff or administration. BOEs won't be able to undo bad state policy. And, Policing cellphones damages school connectedness. And, what are the consequences for breaking this law? (7) PROTECTION. Cameras provide evidence, especially when deep fakes can shame or destroy a person. In 2021, an allegedly crafted fake video of Pennsylvania high school cheerleader Madi Hime vaping resulted in her being kicked off the cheerleading squad. The student's mother contacted the police, sparking an investigation, and involvement of legal counsel. As deepfake technology becomes easier and cheaper to use, these types of “alleged” claims will overwhelm school staff and local police departments. Having the option to present recorded video might help in one's defense. REASONS TO BAN CELLPHONES (1) OVER-RELIANCE ON TECHNOLOGY. Cellphones are integrated into most information-storing and retrieving aspects of our lives. Any kid attending school in the 1970s remembers that pocket calculators were prohibited in most schools. The argument against electronic calculators was that the student wouldn't be motivated to learn the intricacies of the math equations - but rather, the sequence of formulas - which were also becoming more integrated into shortcuts in the calculators. “You won't always have a calculator with you to figure out the slope of a tangent line,” teachers said. In 1984, I wore a scientific calculator watch on my wrist. The banning of cellphones today was the banning of personal learning technology devices (tablets, iPads) ten years ago. And while we think cell phones as learning tools in schools is a new idea, it's important to remember that a school in Brooklyn began distributing cell phones to students way back in 2008! (2) DISTRACTION. Social media companies employ psychologists and human behavior experts in order to hone their sites to be as addictive as possible. And everyone, not just kids, spend arguably “too many” hours a day interacting with their phones. But instead of flat out banning cellphones, they could be parked during certain instructional times, or incorporated into the teaching / learning tool process. The app ‘Poll Everywhere” can be used for students to vote on a topic. It enables most students to participate and works around the groupthink of one or two students stating an answer and the rest of class falls in line with the claim. Imagine a class topic about household chemicals. Students capture photos of chemicals found in their phones. These photos are transmitted to the classroom's online site. In the following lesson, the teacher and students discuss how to classify the chemicals - as medical supplies, detergents, fuel, discretionary, and so on. (3) BULLYING. Cyberbullying is real and is an unsavory side effect of social media. The 2019 School Crime Supplement to the National Crime Victimization Survey (National Center for Education Statistics and Bureau of Justice) indicates that, nationwide, about 16 percent of students in grades 9–12 experienced cyberbullying. (4) RECORDING INSTRUCTION - PROPRIETARY MATERIAL. Most schools purchase curriculum packages for hundreds of thousands of dollars and adhere to strict protocol for not sharing proprietary learning materials. This was tested during online instruction during the pandemic. In addition, would a school want students to record and post intruder drill protocols or other sensitive information? (5) DEEP FAKES. The integrity of instruction is at stake. A cellphone makes it exponentially easier for a student to create a deep fake of school staff saying something that would land them in hot water. Schools are way behind the curve with figuring out how to respond to deep fakes. Banning phones might limit the opportunities for deep fakes. (6) EQUITY. Equity was an argument against one-to-one electronic tablets or iPads for students. Only the affluent students would be able to afford the technology. And then, BOEs adopted 1:1 policies and funded devices for all students. Most students have 1:1 devices. It would be a similar BOE action to bring forth 1:1 cell phones. (7) SINGULARITY - As mentioned earlier, humans and AI will merge at some more invasive  level - and probably within the next 20 years. We've already achieved the first few steps of singularity with our cell phones. But with singularity comes a great push to store our knowledge ‘in the cloud.' This is known as cognitive offloading and was written about in great detail in the book The Velocity of Information - Human Thinking During Chaotic Times (2022). If we become out-of-balance dependent on going to our phone as the arbiter for each decision in our life, we are at risk for being unable to figure things out if the Internet fails - perhaps due to hacking, solar flare, EMP, etc. Counter this by integrating phones with real-world applications. Use the GPS on the phone for a scavenger hunt in the authentic environment of a park or school grounds. SOURCES FOR THIS BLOG POST. Loveless, B. (2022). Using Cell Phones as Learning Tools. https://www.educationcorner.com/cell-phones-learning-tools.html; Dickson, James David. (2022). Michigan bill would ban cellphones on school buses, in class. https://www.michigancapitolconfidential.com/news/michigan-bill-would-ban-cell-phones-on-school-buses-in-class SAFETY DOC WEBSITE, BLOG & BOOKS: www.safetyphd.com. The Safety Doc Podcast is hosted & produced by David P. Perrodin, PhD. This podcast and blog post represent the opinions of David P. Perrodin and his guests to the show. This is episode 185 of The Safety Doc Podcast published on 09-06-2022. Purchase Dr. Perrodin's Books: School of Errors – Rethinking School Safety in America. www.schooloferrors.com Velocity of Information - Human Thinking During Chaotic Times. www.velocityofinformation.com  

Healthy Children
Mentally Preparing For Big Crowds & Classrooms

Healthy Children

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022


After spending so much time at home these last few years, and doing school online, some children may not be excited to go back to the classroom. And we know anxiety and depression have been on the rise in young people as well. So how can we get our kids eased back into the old ways of socialization and in-person school?After spending so much time at home these last few years, and doing school online, some children may not be excited to go back to the classroom. And we know anxiety and depression have been on the rise in young people as well. So how can we get our kids eased back into the old ways of socialization and in-person school? Dr. Emily Frank is an assistant professor of pediatrics at UCSF and a public school teacher in Oakland. In addition to providing primary care in the clinic, she treats patients with urgent medical needs in the emergency departments at UCSF Benioff Children's Hospitals. Seeking to inspire and bring about change, she has a particular interest in working with young people to develop their abilities to obtain and use health-related information and to advocate for better care.She shares some ways anxiety can manifest in our children, signs to look out for that might be worrisome, creating a support system at school for when kids feel overwhelmed, and how we can prep our anxious kids in these last days of summer.

Midday
Healthwatch with Dr. Leana Wen: new COVID boosters, school safety

Midday

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 34:08


And now, it's the Midday Healthwatch.  Tom's guest is Dr. Leana Wen, an emergency physician and visiting professor at George Washington University. She's also a former Health Commissioner of the city of Baltimore, and a Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution, as well as a commentator for CNN and a columnist for the Washington Post. Her latest book is called Lifelines: A Doctor's Journey in the Fight for Public Health. Dr. Leana Wen joins us on Zoom to discuss the new COVID boosters, masking in schools, new worries about E.coli contamination in West Baltimore's water, and other public health issues.  And as always, she answers your questions.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

RadioMD (All Shows)
Mentally Preparing For Big Crowds & Classrooms

RadioMD (All Shows)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022


After spending so much time at home these last few years, and doing school online, some children may not be excited to go back to the classroom. And we know anxiety and depression have been on the rise in young people as well. So how can we get our kids eased back into the old ways of socialization and in-person school?After spending so much time at home these last few years, and doing school online, some children may not be excited to go back to the classroom. And we know anxiety and depression have been on the rise in young people as well. So how can we get our kids eased back into the old ways of socialization and in-person school? Dr. Emily Frank is an assistant professor of pediatrics at UCSF and a public school teacher in Oakland. In addition to providing primary care in the clinic, she treats patients with urgent medical needs in the emergency departments at UCSF Benioff Children's Hospitals. Seeking to inspire and bring about change, she has a particular interest in working with young people to develop their abilities to obtain and use health-related information and to advocate for better care.She shares some ways anxiety can manifest in our children, signs to look out for that might be worrisome, creating a support system at school for when kids feel overwhelmed, and how we can prep our anxious kids in these last days of summer.

Clear Your Clutter Inside & Out
Back to School Safety for Kids

Clear Your Clutter Inside & Out

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 12:41


Are you concerned about the safety of your child?  Would you like to know how to turn an old phone into a video security system?  Do you want an app to keep track of your children and other safety measures?  Learn tips for keeping your child safe as we begin our month focusing on back to school. To learn how Julie can support you: https://reawakenyourbrilliance.com/ Certified life coach, author & award-winning professional life organizer Julie Coraccio shares steps and tips to support you in creating the life you choose, deserve and desire through decluttering your life, mindfulness and how to organize your life. About Clear Your Clutter Inside & Out Clutter is stuck stagnant energy and prevents you from creating the life you choose, desire and deserve.  We discuss clutter in all its forms: energetic, spiritual, emotional, mental & physical, relationships, health, finances and more.  We share tips and take action steps for clutter free living and how to organize your life and death with end of life planning.   We're thinking outside the box on areas where people might not realize where clutter is blocking them.  When we remove clutter from our lives we can discover our passions, lead the extraordinary lives we are all meant to live and share our gifts with the world.

The Lynda Steele Show
Back To School: What school safety looks like in 2022

The Lynda Steele Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 19:06


Rob Rai, Manager of Safe Schools Department for the Surrey School Board discusses what the Surrey School District has in store to keep students safe this school year

SPS STARcast Series
Updates with Superintendent, Dr. Gordon, III

SPS STARcast Series

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 24:18


As we prepare for the 2022 - 23 School Year, Dr. John B. Gordon, III, discusses School Safety and expectations for the 2022- 2023 School Year.

Charlotte Talks
CMPD chief of police on gun violence, school safety, media relations and more

Charlotte Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 49:19


With the first week of classes underway in Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools, we sit down with CMPD Chief Johnny Jennings to discuss the record number of guns found on CMS campuses the last academic year and the effectiveness of body scanners in middle and high schools, as well as the slight uptick of crime throughout Charlotte.

How We Teach This
S5E1: School Safety: National Memorial to Fallen Educators

How We Teach This

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 35:41


Dr. Ken Weaver and Carol Strickland, leaders in education and professionals associated with the National Teachers Hall of Fame, the Fallen Educators Memorial, and The Teacher College at Emporia State University, share what they have learned from the stories behind the names of those listed on the National Memorial to Fallen Educators.

Healthy Children
Adjusting Your Schedules for Back to School

Healthy Children

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022


All summer long, your children most likely have been staying up all night, sleeping in, and have lost track of any type of schedule.All summer long, your children most likely have been staying up all night, sleeping in, and have lost track of any type of schedule. So as the season comes to an end, its time to prep your kids for going back to school, and getting back into the rhythms that will help them succeed in the classroom.Dr. Emily Frank is an assistant professor of pediatrics at UCSF and a public school teacher in Oakland. In addition to providing primary care in the clinic, she treats patients with urgent medical needs in the emergency departments at UCSF Benioff Children's Hospitals. Seeking to inspire and bring about change, she has a particular interest in working with young people to develop their abilities to obtain and use health-related information and to advocate for better care.She talks with Melanie in this episode about how we can get that good sleep, resetting bedtimes, and getting your kids all around active and focused for a new school year.

Latino Business Report
A Candid Conversation with Michael Matranga, a School Safety and Active Shooter Response Expert

Latino Business Report

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 47:32


Episode 39 - In this episode, Latino Business Report host J.R. Gonzales has a candid conversation about mass shootings with Mike Matranga, CEO of M6 Global, a team of the nation's top security and emotional intelligence experts. According to the Gun Violence Archive, there have been 441 mass shootings in the U.S. as of Aug. 27. One day before that, it was 438. On average this year, there are 13 mass shootings a week. Texas is the state with the second highest number of mass shootings since the organization began tracking them. In the past decade, however, Texas comes in Number One. M6 Global - https://www.m6globaldefense.com/     

RadioMD (All Shows)
Adjusting Your Schedules for Back to School

RadioMD (All Shows)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022


All summer long, your children most likely have been staying up all night, sleeping in, and have lost track of any type of schedule.All summer long, your children most likely have been staying up all night, sleeping in, and have lost track of any type of schedule. So as the season comes to an end, its time to prep your kids for going back to school, and getting back into the rhythms that will help them succeed in the classroom.Dr. Emily Frank is an assistant professor of pediatrics at UCSF and a public school teacher in Oakland. In addition to providing primary care in the clinic, she treats patients with urgent medical needs in the emergency departments at UCSF Benioff Children's Hospitals. Seeking to inspire and bring about change, she has a particular interest in working with young people to develop their abilities to obtain and use health-related information and to advocate for better care.She talks with Melanie in this episode about how we can get that good sleep, resetting bedtimes, and getting your kids all around active and focused for a new school year.

Mac & Gaydos Show Audio
Paul Novak, School Safety Expert

Mac & Gaydos Show Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 5:48


Why are more and more Arizona kids bringing guns to school? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Lynda Steele Show
Protect Your Province BC's open letter to Adrian Dix on school safety

The Lynda Steele Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 7:13


How safe are our schools?  With just over a week until most students are back for another school year, Protect Our Province BC wrote an open letter to the provincial government, urging them to increase safety measures to protect students and teachers alike. Our show contributor Jawn Jang spoke with Dr. Karina Zeidler, a family physician, co-founder of Protect Our Province BC and a Vancouver School Board candidate for the Vote Socialist Party about what they'd like to see in our schools.

United Methodist Women: Faith Talks
Faith Talks: School Safety for All

United Methodist Women: Faith Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 44:27


In the wake of the Uvalde school shooting, communities around the country are rushing to “harden” schools with increased police presence. But will these efforts really make school safe for students of color who are already over-policed, or will it strengthen the school-to-prison pipeline? Guests:Sheri Brady, Vice President of Strategy and Program for the Children's Defense Fund, a nonprofit national organization fighting for children, families, and communities for more than 40 years.Emily Jones, United Women in Faith Executive for Racial Justice and Interrupting the School-to-Prison Pipeline Campaign lead.

VPM Daily Newscast
08/26/22 - School safety worries Richmond parents as students return to class

VPM Daily Newscast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 6:56


Parents attending a backpack giveaway hosted by Attorney General Jason Miyares yesterday say school safety remains a top concern in the aftermath of school shootings; After filing a public information request, VPM News has obtained more details from the City of Richmond about the gun buyback event last weekend; The Virginia Department of Health is expanding eligibility for the monkeypox vaccine; and other local news stories.

WKYT News
8/28: SOAR's Joshua Ball; Ky. Ctr. for School Safety's Jon Akers; Ky. School Sec. Marshal Ben Wilcox

WKYT News

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 26:51


On the latest episode of Kentucky Newsmakers, WKYT's Bill Bryant talks with the Kentucky Center for School Safety Executive Director Jon Akers, State School Security Marshal Ben Wilcox, and SOAR‘s Chief Operating Officer Joshua Ball.

WICC 600
Melissa in the Morning: School Safety

WICC 600

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 33:51


Republican candidate for governor, Bob Stefanowski, took listener questions from voter fraud to armed guards in Connecticut schools. ((00:10)) The Gates Foundation released a cancer study suggesting alcohol and smoking cause almost half of global cancer deaths. We spoke with Dr. Charles Cha with the Cancer Institute at St. V's about the latest information. ((14:58)) 33 high schoolers spent their summer taking on several conservation projects through the Beardsley Zoo. Director, Gregg Dancho, explains the Conservation Discovery Corps. ((24:18)) IMAGE CREDIT: iStock / Getty Images Plus

In The Saddle With Sheriff Richard K. Jones
In The Saddle - Episode 5 - School Safety

In The Saddle With Sheriff Richard K. Jones

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 27:44


Sheriff Richard K. Jones holds an upfront and unapologetic conversation with Butler County, Ohio Deputy Doug Hale. Deputy Doug Hale serves as the President of the Ohio School Resource Officers Association (OSROA) and is the SRO manager for the Butler County Sheriff's Office. Listen as Deputy Hale gives an insiders insight to what has been done and what is continuing to be done to make schools safer in Butler County, Ohio. Sheriff Richard K. Jones also embarks on a journey and takes you, the listener, back to February 29th, 2016 when Butler County, Ohio experienced their own school shooting at Madison Schools. Sheriff Jones continues to bring you the news and topics that matter

School Safety Today
Applying 2022 State of School Safety Findings to the 2022-23 School Year

School Safety Today

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 26:52


Fostering a safe environment for kids to learn is a priority for many. To discuss the 2022 State of School Safety findings, host Michelle Dawn Mooney spoke with Michele Gay, Co-Founder and Executive Director of Safe and Sound Schools.Safe and Sound Schools was founded shortly after the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in 2012, which claimed 26 lives, including Gay's first grade daughter. She reflected, “We have, you know, found a lot of inspiration in our little girl, and one of the things that inspires most about her to this day is her love of school.” In honor of their daughter, Gay built an organization dedicated to providing the tools, resources, and guidance to support communities around the country and world. She added, “So that they can ensure that everybody is safe and sound and school can continue, which I'm positive is something that my little girl shines upon.”Most recently, Safe and Sound Schools published the 2022 State of School Safety Report which is a survey providing responses from school stakeholders, including law enforcement, school professionals, community members, parents, and students. This includes, “...Everybody and anybody who has to do with school because that, in our estimation, is how we can really get a handle on the issues and the challenges that our schools are facing,” said Gay. This survey aims to host and reflect a national conversation on school safety concerns. Gay added, “But also one of the most exciting things I think I see every year after the release of this report, is how it recharges the local level conversations. That's where real change happens.” Creating active local leadership allows public engagement on topics to increase which can lead to change that can trickle up. Gay noted one of the survey's key takeaways was the “people first” approach, “...What I mean by that is…that people are the most valuable resource. That's what our school stakeholders want to prioritize.”Using a people first approach allows professionals to support reports, provide interventions, and host mental health awareness sessions for communities. In turn, this helps the community identify and assess potential behavioral risks or threats in the community and ultimately helps improve safety.

School Safety Today
Applying 2022 State of School Safety Findings to the 2022-23 School Year with Michele Gay

School Safety Today

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 27:14


Fostering a safe environment for kids to learn is a priority for many. To discuss the 2022 State of School Safety findings, host Michelle Dawn Mooney spoke with Michele Gay, Co-Founder and Executive Director of Safe and Sound Schools.Safe and Sound Schools was founded shortly after the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in 2012, which claimed 26 lives, including Gay's first grade daughter. She reflected, “We have, you know, found a lot of inspiration in our little girl, and one of the things that inspires most about her to this day is her love of school.” In honor of their daughter, Gay built an organization dedicated to providing the tools, resources, and guidance to support communities around the country and world. She added, “So that they can ensure that everybody is safe and sound and school can continue, which I'm positive is something that my little girl shines upon.”Most recently, Safe and Sound Schools published the 2022 State of School Safety Report which is a survey providing responses from school stakeholders, including law enforcement, school professionals, community members, parents, and students. This includes, “...Everybody and anybody who has to do with school because that, in our estimation, is how we can really get a handle on the issues and the challenges that our schools are facing,” said Gay. This survey aims to host and reflect a national conversation on school safety concerns. Gay added, “But also one of the most exciting things I think I see every year after the release of this report, is how it recharges the local level conversations. That's where real change happens.” Creating active local leadership allows public engagement on topics to increase which can lead to change that can trickle up. Gay noted one of the survey's key takeaways was the “people first” approach, “...What I mean by that is…that people are the most valuable resource. That's what our school stakeholders want to prioritize.”Using a people first approach allows professionals to support reports, provide interventions, and host mental health awareness sessions for communities. In turn, this helps the community identify and assess potential behavioral risks or threats in the community and ultimately helps improve safety.

Shop Talk with the Sheriff
Back to School Safety

Shop Talk with the Sheriff

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 19:56


Welcome back to another incredible school year! As our young sons and daughters head back into the classroom this week, the Broward Sheriff's Office is working hard to ensure they have a safe place to learn and grow. Listen in as former School Resource Officer Sgt. Marc Kiar and I discuss school safety and the critical role our SROs play daily. Tune in and be sure to subscribe, share this episode with a friend and follow @bsosherifftony on Instagram to keep up with the latest BSO news between podcast episodes.

The Secure Dad Podcast
A Hard Look At Back-To-School Safety for 2022

The Secure Dad Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 11:02


As our kids go back to school we need to think not only about their friends and grades but their safety as well. There's not a parent out there who doesn't think about the safety of their kids while at school. Andy shares what parents need to know about keeping their children safe and happy this school year. Download The Secure Dad Family Home Security Assessment today! 5 Family Rules for Phones: https://www.thesecuredad.com/phone-rules  Preventing School Shootings with Arcadia Cognerati: https://www.thesecuredad.com/post/how-to-prevent-school-shootings  The Reality of School Security with Spencer Coursen: https://www.thesecuredad.com/post/the-reality-of-school-security-with-spencer-coursen DeleteMe: Remove your personal info from public databases Join DeleteMe More from The Secure Dad: Website | Books | Merch | Online Learning

Regulated & Relational
Ep 31 - School Resource Officer & Trauma-Informed School Safety, talking with Becky Haas

Regulated & Relational

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 40:18


Today Julie and Ginger welcome Becky Haas into the studio. Becky's background is in working with Resource Officers in schools by training them to become trauma informed. Her training has become a model for cities nationwide. Through her position as the Director of the Crime Prevention Program in Tennessee, she saw a reduction in drug related crime by 40% in one neighborhood. That is huge! Trauma informed approaches are often not taught to officers despite their close presence with students. Becky believes that police officers want to do a great job, they just need training on the impact of trauma. She also believes that getting representatives from the community to come together with a common focus is vital. Becky says, “Crime prevention can't only involve police. This is community work!” To learn more about Becky Haas and her work, go to www.BeckyHass.com. Her site is rich with information. You can also reach out directly to her from her web page. Join us for largest gathering of trauma sensitive educators at our upcoming Creating Trauma Sensitive Schools Conference in February 2023. Registration is now open at www.attachtrauma.org/conference.

Sunday Night Teacher Talk
Ep. 192: How to maintain boundaries, school safety measures, and when students steal

Sunday Night Teacher Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 73:42


Welcome to Teach Your Class Off RADIO! We are currently in our Fifth season of Sunday Night Teacher Talk! Sunday Night Teacher Talk is a community of educators who meet live every Sunday at 1 pm Eastern Time (US) on CJ Reynolds' Real Rap with Reynolds YouTube channel to help each other become the teachers we're called to be. If that interests you, we welcome you to join the conversation and the community. We believe teaching is a communal activity and we support all types of educators. ________________________________________________________ Other resources: CJ's book, Teach Your Class Off: The Real Rap Guide to Teaching https://www.amazon.com/Teach-Your-Class-Off-Teaching/dp/195160010X/ Website: www.realrapwithreynolds.com Newsletter: https://realrapwithreynolds.us4.list-manage.com/subscribe/post?u=dd46eaf83a849e077d27736e8&id=550be2e69f Mentoring: https://app.acuityscheduling.com/schedule.php?owner=16916028 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/realrapwithreynolds Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/realrapwithreynolds Teacher Talk Community Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/566468247135630 Twitter: https://twitter.com/realrapreynolds Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/realrapwithreynolds Amazon Store: https://www.amazon.com/shop/realrapwithreynolds Mail: P.O. Box 11 Gloucester City, NJ 08030 USA For business inquiries or questions, visit https://www.realrapwithreynolds.com/contact/ ____________________________________________________________ Music: Kia Orion itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/orion-radio/id1303207770?mt=2 or https://www.instagram.com/kiaorion/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cj-reynolds5/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cj-reynolds5/support

Feeding The Family
Back to School Tips

Feeding The Family

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 13:01


Back to school. Those are the 3 words that parents love (and dread) every year.  Summer break is over and it's a fresh start for kids, and parents, as school is back in session.  Dr. Kristin shares her back to school tips to help parents with kids going to school this fall.  The excitement is high, the emotions run high, so it's important for parents to know what to expect, how to prepare, and how to handle the situation.   This is a very stressful time for kids too, as they are experiencing gigantic shifts in their routines, a brand new group of new friends and classmates, and a shift away from the laid back and pressure free Summer months.  In this episode we'll learn how to get you and the kids ready for the first day of school, so that back to school 2022 is the best year yet! Check out the additional resources to help you manage your own back to school experience at www.kristinsaxena.com, or follow these sources that we found helpful!  PBS' Back to School Tips For Parents Back to School Tips For Healthy Children

GUNS Magazine Podcast
#144- School Safety: Tips for 'The Talk'

GUNS Magazine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 28:10 Very Popular


As kids go back to school, they are worried about more than readin', writin' and 'rithmic — they're concerned about school violence. If you're a parent, grandparent or caregiver, you should listen to the episode to discover tips on how to have 'the talk' with your kids. Episode Sponsor:  The GUNS Magazine Podcast is presented by 1791 Gunleather. Founded in 2015, 1791 Gunleather uses 100% certified American, heavy native steerhide, and our team incorporates four generations of professional leather artisans into the mastery of both beautiful craftsmanship and functionality found in each holster. For more than two centuries, the Second Amendment of our great United States Constitution has protected our rights, as citizens of this nation, to keep and bear arms. Our love and appreciation for the founders of this great nation and their establishment of our Second Amendment is something we express in every holster we craft. Providing you with a quality, handcrafted holster is our way of assisting you in protecting your loved ones and our cherished freedoms as Americans. Exercise the Second Amendment as your right and responsibility with pride, knowing that each 1791 Gunleather holster is made from the best premium American 100% certified, heavy native steerhide and handcrafted to be the best leather holster for your personal firearm. To find out more visit 1791Gunleather.com Read and subscribe to GUNS Magazine at gunsmagazine.com. 

The Safety Doc Podcast
Bipartisan Safer Communities Bill | Biggest Impacts on School Safety | SDP182

The Safety Doc Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 60:01


Doc highlights what has changed in school safety since the May 24, 2022, Robb Elementary School shooting that ended the lives of 19 students and 2 teachers in Uvalde, Texas. He interprets how schools will be impacted by the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act (signed into federal law July, 2022). Doc peruses each website to critically evaluate and assign ratings to the existing and “new” school safety clearinghouse websites. BIPARTISAN SAFER COMMUNITIES ACT: Per Everytown.org, the bill will purportedly enhance background checks for buyers under 21; support state red flag laws; disarm domestic abusers; clarify who must run a background check; crack down on gun trafficking; fund community violence intervention; invest in mental health services; and provide school safety funding. We will examine some of the centerpieces of the school safety section of the bill. (1) ANOTHER (and competing?) SCHOOL SAFETY RESOURCES WEBSITE. The bill installed schoolsafety.gov as the “official” repository for best practices in school safety. It will be situated at the Department of Homeland Security. However, this action is confusing because the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Safe and Supportive Schools, already has the robust and updated Readiness and Emergency Management for Schools Technical Assistance Center, or REMS. And, REMS TA has a “toolbox” feature that allows schools across the country to upload forms, job descriptions, tabletop exercises, organizational charts, and more - to be curated, easily-searched, and freely shared. These are from-the-field tools. (2) MORE MENTAL HEALTH DOLLARS TO SCHOOLS. Expanded reimbursement for schools billing Medicaid for Individualized Education Plan (IEP) mental health services. And, $500 million each for the School Based Mental Health Services Grant Program and the School Based Mental Health Service Professionals Demonstration Grant. The expected outcome is hiring and training more staff, but this doesn't seem to be a problem that will be solved by more funding as school staffing shortages haven't been ameliorated by increased pay and bonuses. In August of 2022, Des Moines Public Schools offered a $50,000 bonus to teachers who planned to retire but are willing to work another year. Also, grants are temporary. They are intended to start the ball rolling, not to keep the ball rolling. Professionals will hesitate to accept even well-paying grant-funded positions. (3) EXPAND ACCESS TO JUVENILE MENTAL HEALTH RECORDS. Thorough reviews of potential gun buyers under the age of 21 will require implementing a new protocol for checking juvenile records. This implies access to a student's school records - specifically, discipline, disability, or mental health records. These are areas strongly protected by the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) and Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). This is a can of worms and will vary greatly per perceived discretion and authority to make a subjective summary decision based upon a student's records. Schools might counter by pushing more behavioral events “off the books” by a practice known as ‘abeyance agreements.' GLARING OVERSIGHTS FROM THE BILL: LOCKED DOORS AND REGULATED DEVICES. Absent from the school section of the bill was a requirement that schools lock their doors during instructional time. This decision continues to be defaulted to the states. Kentucky (2020) requires that schools lock their doors. Recently California, Wisconsin, Florida, and Massachusetts have taken steps toward stronger emphasis on “best policy” to require doors to be locked. However, most school districts' board of education policies or handbooks continue to use the term “should lock doors” instead of “must lock doors.” It's clear this is done to dodge accountability and liability. In addition, school safety devices or apps continue to be unregulated and able to be marketed and purchased by schools without some standard of testing and pilot trials. Think of Underwriters Laboratories, but for school safety. SAFETY DOC WEBSITE, BLOG & BOOKS: www.safetyphd.com. The Safety Doc Podcast is hosted & produced by David P. Perrodin, PhD. This podcast and blog post represent the opinions of David P. Perrodin and his guests to the show. This is episode 182 of The Safety Doc Podcast published on 08-12-2022.   Purchase Dr. Perrodin's Books: School of Errors – Rethinking School Safety in America. www.schooloferrors.com Velocity of Information - Human Thinking During Chaotic Times. www.velocityofinformation.com 

TODAY
August 10: Fallout in wake of Trump FBI search. All eyes on new inflation numbers. Inside look at school safety and security.

TODAY

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 32:40


New details and fallout tied to that FBI search of former President Trump's home in Florida – this, as he prepares to testify in another investigation today. Plus, all eyes on new inflation numbers being released this morning. And, Back-To-School TODAY – Vicky Nguyen shares an exclusive look at the new tools being used to keep kids safe in the classroom this upcoming school year.

TODAY
TODAY 3rd Hour: Meet Craig Melvin's name twin! Financial advice for every age. Staying safe on campus. D'Arcy Carden talks “A League Of Their Own.”

TODAY

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 35:34


What's In A Name? Meet Craig Melvin's name twin! Plus, Stephanie Ruhle shares key money tips for every age. And, Vicky Nguyen shares tips on how to stay safe on college campuses. Also, D'Arcy Carden stops by Studio 1A to chat about the new re-imagined version of “A League Of Their Own.”

The Momologue
PTAs, school safety, and Disney vacations

The Momologue

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 29:42


Well, that escalated quickly. A simple ask for Disney vacation help, led to an all out bloodbath, battle of the opinions over on IG! Apparently nothing brings out stronger opinions in women quite like Disney dilemmas. Except for maybe school safety, our other hot topic of the week! Listen in as we break down how we really feel about long school breaks, school safety, and Chrissy's new PTA role.

Morning Shift Podcast
North Shore Superintendent On School Safety, Mental Health

Morning Shift Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 15:35


A month after the deadly Fourth of July parade shooting in Highland Park, Reset checks in with North Shore superintendent Michael Lubelfeld about his district's plans for school safety and mental health for the upcoming school year.