Having been in Newtown the weekend after the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings, Ken Trump saw the pain and anguish on the faces of town residents. As a father, he felt the punch in the gut like parents and educators around the world. It only made him more determined to work harder to keep America’s schools safe, secure and prepared.
For school superintendents, principals, and school boards:
- Follow Ken’s post-Sandy Hook blog series
- Best practices for reducing and controlling school access
- Download articles on communicating safety to parents and media
- Ken looks at the pros and cons of arming teachers, support support staff, and volunteers
- Links to most requested services:
- 10 questions to ask school leaders and what you can do to assess your school’s safety, security, and preparedness