Jeremy Bullock Safe Schools Summit set Aug. 9-10 in Butte

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National, regional, and state experts in school safety headline a Montana statewide safe schools summit on Tuesday and Wednesday, Aug. 9-10, in Butte to discuss and advance best practices for student and educator safety and creating safer school environments. Designed for school safety teams, educators, SROs, administrators, school nurses, mental health professionals, law enforcement, and emergency and disaster preparedness coordinators, the Jeremy Bullock Safe Schools Summit has a theme of School Safety – Fostering Resilience.

“In light of the recent mass shootings across the nation, the Jeremy Bullock Safe Schools Summit could not be more relevant in taking time to reflect on our own safety plans, protocols, and needs assessments,” said Judy Jonart, superintendent of Butte Public Schools. “We are so fortunate to have this summit and the opportunities to network, share insights, develop improvement plans, and participate in breakouts that provide opportunities to improve our ability to keep all students safe and secure.”

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The safety conference is held in conjunction with, and through the support of the University of Montana Safe Schools Center, Jeremy Bullock Trust and Bullock Families, Montana Office of Public Instruction,

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