School Safety in Rural Montana | Episode 5604
Our schools are normally a safe place for our children, and for teachers, administrators, and guests. Even the best laid plans can go awry, though. Sometimes inclement weather presents a problem, leaving parents and school administrators with the responsibility of safely transporting students to and from school, and managing the student population when regular plans and schedules must change. Corona Virus has reinforced that communicable disease can seriously disrupt school and all of normal life activity. Perhaps students are faced with the death of a fellow student or teacher. Natural disasters like earthquakes, floods, or fires can compromise building infrastructure, putting occupants at risk. All of these challenges can strain any school district’s budget & resources, but rural schools are often hit even harder. Dr. John Dudley, world-renowned expert on school safety, will join us in person to answer questions about school safety. Through his organization, School Crisis Management, John has trained well over a thousand Montana educators on techniques used to maintain safety in Montana schools. Join us for a look at common sense methods to maintain safety for all of Montana's school children.
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5604: School Safety In Rural Montana
A look at common sense methods to maintain safety for all of Montana's school children.