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Ms. Todd sharaes an idea that not only creates a safer school, but also enlists the creativity of the student body to implement. See if you can make this tip work for your school!
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Block Scheduling as Safety Measure
Ms. Ratzlaff has some tips for school safety that your school may not have considered. Read about how her school is implementing these ideas and see if they can work for you.
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Copied Inventories
In the event of a fire or storm, a school - and your classroom - can lose everything. This educator experienced such a tragedy and offers a thoughtful tip so you don't suffer the same outcome.
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Creating a Bully-Free School
Tips from NEA's Bully Free It Starts WIth Me campaign: critial steps you can take to make your school a bully free zone.
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Emergency Procedures
If there should be an incident at our high school of 770 students, we hear a special code over the P.A. or intercom. It tells us what the incident is, specifically, and where it is taking place. We lo...
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Faculty Leaders
Leadership and parental involvement have been key to staff development at Ms. Barna's school. See how they've boosted their reading strategies whole fostering a safe and supportive environment for students.
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ID Cards
Ms. Kasse offers a great tip to ensure that during fire drills or emergencies or anywhere you go, including field trips, you have a class list to check. Find out what she does with her ID Card to make it happen.
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Many Safety Strategies
Student safety is a top priority at Ms. Mersik's school. Here are some tips they're employing to create a safe environment.
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Monitoring Gang-Style Clothing
The combination of monitoring clothing and keeping students in class keeps Ms. Terrell's school environment pretty safe. Find out how they tackle the issue of gang-style clothing even before the first bell rings.
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More Safety Measures
Ms. Agoranos's school implemented new elements into their safty system. Read about how they are working at her elementary school and if your school can make themwork for you.
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