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By Cardinus Risk Management
• Derby City Council recommends Healthy Working MOVE to its schools to help reduce pain and suffering among children • Free ergonomic e-learning course is supported by teachers’ e-handbook and other valuable resources

By National Police Support Team-Project School Safety
National Police Support Team partners with Rise Academy to launch Project School Safety, in an effort to provide all of the Academy’s students with an armored Safety Pac organizer.

By BET-C
The Behavior, Education, Technology Conference (BET-C) takes place at the Desert Willow Conference Center in Phoenix on February 20, 2014.

By KeepnTrack
KeepnTrack Software (KeepnTrack) announces its version 2.75.2 software release set for late January 2014. This KeepnTrack release gives the customer the option to schedule automatic person information imports to the their program.

By SafePlans
SafePlans, one of the nation’s leading education security and emergency planning consulting firms, has released a detailed analysis of the official State’s Attorney report on the Sandy Hook shooting.

By Character Education Partnership
Top experts in law enforcement, building security, youth mental health, school climate and social-emotional learning all set to convene

By HERO|farm
In a commitment to the safety of students, teachers and staff everywhere, one security company is offering free security tips to schools and enacts security assessment and consultation opportunities for qualified school systems.

By National SAVE
The Allstate Foundation presented a $44,400 grant to Students Against Violence Everywhere (SAVE) to assist SAVE chapters in CO, IA, KS, MO, MT, NE, ND, SD, and WY to increase youth safety and promote teen safe driving.

By National SAVE
The Allstate Foundation presented a $10,000 grant to Students Against Violence Everywhere (SAVE) to assist SAVE chapters in Alaska, Hawaii, Idaho, Oregon and Washington in their efforts to increase youth safety and promote teen safe driving.

By Carleen Wray
Students Against Violence Everywhere Receives $40,000 Grant from The Allstate Foundation to Promote Teen Safe Driving in North Carolina

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By safeHands LLC
With schools out for the summer, safeHands wants to keep you and your family germ free with their line of alcohol free hand sanitizers.

By Cardinus Risk Management
• Derby City Council recommends Healthy Working MOVE to its schools to help reduce pain and suffering among children • Free ergonomic e-learning course is supported by teachers’ e-handbook and other valuable resources

By National Police Support Team-Project School Safety
National Police Support Team partners with Rise Academy to launch Project School Safety, in an effort to provide all of the Academy’s students with an armored Safety Pac organizer.

By BET-C
The Behavior, Education, Technology Conference (BET-C) takes place at the Desert Willow Conference Center in Phoenix on February 20, 2014.

By KeepnTrack
KeepnTrack Software (KeepnTrack) announces its version 2.75.2 software release set for late January 2014. This KeepnTrack release gives the customer the option to schedule automatic person information imports to the their program.

By KeepnTrack
KeepnTrack Software (KeepnTrack) product representatives will be attending tradeshows throughout the United States throughout 2014 to increase visibility and one-on-one face time with its current and prospective customers.

By KeepnTrack
Luckiamute Valley Charter School (Luckiamute Valley) of Dallas, Oregon expresses the ease of usage and functionality of KeepnTrack school safety software within their school. Luckiamute Valley has been a valued KeepnTrack customer since 2010.

By SafePlans
SafePlans, one of the nation’s leading education security and emergency planning consulting firms, has released a detailed analysis of the official State’s Attorney report on the Sandy Hook shooting.

By AC Productions
US Senate School Safety Expert, Dale Yeager, says there are 3 Questions Every Parent Should Ask Their School Districts and School Boards About Their Children’s Safety.

By Julia Cook
National Award-Winning Children's Author and Parenting Expert Julia Cook Shares Tips for Parents and Educators

By Character Education Partnership
Top experts in law enforcement, building security, youth mental health, school climate and social-emotional learning all set to convene

By HERO|farm
In a commitment to the safety of students, teachers and staff everywhere, one security company is offering free security tips to schools and enacts security assessment and consultation opportunities for qualified school systems.

By SafePlans
The Intruder Vulnerability Assessment app is based upon national best practices and SafePlans’ lessons learned. This innovative application provides a solid overview of a school’s vulnerability to an attack from a violent intruder.

By SafePlans
The Intruder Vulnerability Assessment app is based upon national best practices and SafePlans’ lessons learned. This innovative application provides a solid overview of a school’s vulnerability to an attack from a violent intruder.

By National Students Against Violence Everywhere
The National Association of Students Against Violence Everywhere (SAVE) is proud to be a founding partner of the National Youth Violence Prevention Campaign, celebrating its ninth year from March 19-23, 2012.

By National Students Against Violence Everywhere
The Allstate Foundation has awarded a $16,500 grant to Students Against Violence Everywhere (SAVE) to assist SAVE chapters in Virginia, West Virginia, D. C., Maryland and Delaware to increase youth safety and promote safe teen driving.

By National Students Against Violence Everywhere
The Allstate Foundation presented a $10,000 grant to Students Against Violence Everywhere (SAVE) to assist SAVE chapters in Alaska, Hawaii, Idaho, Oregon and Washington in their efforts to increase youth safety and promote teen safe driving. .

By Awareity
Scottsbluff Public Schools has launched TIPS, an online suite of tools from Awareity, to improve school safety and empower students, teachers, staff and the community to anonymously report suspicious or potentially harmful incidents.

By Sharon Harry
Grand Prairie School Districts selected OfficeWatch due to its ease of use and stability to monitor and track calls for all 40 school campuses.

By Michael Pouls
Stay on the approved route, never play in the street, and never accept a ride from anyone - children should follow these and other basic safety rules during their commute to school to stay safe!

By National SAVE
The Allstate Foundation presented a $16,000 grant to Students Against Violence Everywhere (SAVE) to assist SAVE chapters in Mississippi in their efforts to increase youth safety and promote teen safe driving.

By National SAVE
The Allstate Foundation presented a $44,400 grant to Students Against Violence Everywhere (SAVE) to assist SAVE chapters in CO, IA, KS, MO, MT, NE, ND, SD, and WY to increase youth safety and promote teen safe driving.

By National SAVE
The Allstate Foundation presented a $10,000 grant to Students Against Violence Everywhere (SAVE) to assist SAVE chapters in Alaska, Hawaii, Idaho, Oregon and Washington in their efforts to increase youth safety and promote teen safe driving.

By National SAVE
The Allstate Foundation presented a $10,000 grant to Students Against Violence Everywhere (SAVE) to assist SAVE chapters in Alaska, Hawaii, Idaho, Oregon and Washington in their efforts to increase youth safety and promote teen safe driving.

By National SAVE
Thanks to the Allstate Foundation, Students Against Violence Everywhere (SAVE), Inc. presented a grant to Sunnyside High School to increase youth safety and promote teen safe driving

By Carleen Wray
Students Against Violence Everywhere Receives $40,000 Grant from The Allstate Foundation to Promote Teen Safe Driving in North Carolina

By Sports Facilities Group Inc.
At a recent youth basketball camp, an Auto-Loc safety device prevented a retracted basketball structure from free-falling to the gymnasium floor, preventing serious injury to children and damage to gymnasium.

By Students Against Violence Everywhere
Jessica Weber, a sophomore at Cuthbertson High School (Waxhaw, NC), was recognized by the National Association of SAVE for her youth safety and violence prevention efforts.

By Life Skills for Children
It is no wonder so many of our kids are coming of the rails. Proliferation of drugs, under age drinking, graffiti, kids being stabbed in schools. How has it got to this point

By National Students Against Violence Everywhere
Rockwell Charter High School Encourages Safe Driving by presentation to provide students information about safe driving during National Safe Driving Month.

By National Students Against Violence Everywhere
Beacon Academy of Nevada Focuses on Teen Safe Driving; the Chapter is focusing on the creation of an online curriculum and activities to enhance and compliment their current driver’s education courses.

By National Students Against Violence Everywhere
The Liberty High School SAVE Club is creating a brochure and poster exhibit to inform their fellow students of the dangers of texting and driving. Students will also present the dangers of drinking and driving to their peers.

By Students Against Violence Everywhere
The National Association of Students Against Violence Everywhere (SAVE) and the Allstate Foundation have partnered to increase youth safety and promote Teen Safe Driving during National Youth Traffic Safety Month (May).

By Students Against Violence Everywhere
The Allstate Foundation & SAVE presented a grant to the Tuscarora High School SAVE Chapter. Members are designing a morning television segment and a video demonstrating the dangers of driving while texting to encourage safe driving among teens.

By Students Against Violence Everywhere
The Allstate Foundation, SAVE presented a grant to the Mason County SAVE Chapter to focus on youth safety and teen safe driving. Representatives of the chapter will make appearances throughout the county promoting teen safe driving.

By Students Against Violence Everywhere
Thanks to the funding from the Allstate Foundation, SAVE presented a grant to Mercer Island High School to create an awareness campaign to inform students, parents and community of the dangers of teen auto accidents during the academic school year.

By Students Against Violence Everywhere (SAVE)
The Allstate Foundation and SAVE presented a grant to The Cheyenne High School to increase awareness among fellow students, parents and the community of some of the dangerous driving practices by teens.

By Students Against Violence Everywhere
Thanks to the Allstate Foundation, Students Against Violence Everywhere (SAVE), Inc. presented a grant to Hermleigh High School to increase youth safety and promote teen safe driving.

By Students Against Violence Everywhere
Thanks to the Allstate Foundation, Students Against Violence Everywhere (SAVE), Inc. presented a grant to Rotan High School to increase youth safety and promote teen safe driving.

By Ident-A-Kid Services of America
Ident-A-Kid Services of America, Inc., celebrates 25 years of helping keep kids safe.

By Patty O'Brien
The Allstate Foundation presented a $10,000 grant to Students Against Violence Everywhere (SAVE) to assist SAVE chapters in Alaska, Hawaii, Idaho, Oregon and Washington in their efforts to increase youth safety and promote teen safe driving.

By Students Against Violence Everywhere
The Crawford High School SAVE Chapter will be holding an X the Text Event on Thursday, March 24, 2011 during national Youth Violence Prevention Week (March 21-25) to raise awareness, educate, prevent and reduce youth violence.

By Students Against Violence Everywhere
The St. John Osborn SAVE Chapter, located at the School-Based Health Center operated by St. John Providence Community Health, will celebrate National Youth Violence Prevention Week (NYVPW) from March 21-25, 2011.

By Students Against Violence Everywhere
The Southern School of Engineering (SSOE) SAVE Chapter, advised by Minnie Harrington, will celebrate National Youth Violence Prevention Week (NYVPW) from March 21-25, 2011.

By Students Against Violence Everywhere
The National Association of Students Against Violence Everywhere (SAVE) and The Guidance Group, are proud to be founding partners of the National Youth Violence Prevention Campaign, celebrating its ninth year from March 21-25, 2011.

By Students Against Violence Everywhere
The Crossroads High School SAVE Chapter, advised by Lindsey Schab, has been busy promoting SAVE awareness in their school and community. They held a Teen Safe Driving event on Thursday, March 17th featuring local Allstate Agent Mark Noffsinger.

By Students Against Violence Everywhere
Thanks to the Allstate Foundation, Students Against Violence Everywhere (SAVE), Inc. presented a grant to Ross Shaw Sterling Sr. High School to increase youth safety and promote teen safe driving.

By Students Against Violence Everywhere
Thanks to the Allstate Foundation, Students Against Violence Everywhere (SAVE), Inc. presented a grant to Eastern Guilford High School to increase youth safety and promote teen safe driving.

By Students Against Violence Everywhere
Casey Story, Youth Advisory Board Chair, and Carleen Wray, Executive Director, of the Natl. Assoc. of Students Against Violence Everywhere (SAVE) participating in youth violence prevention meeting with U.S. government agencies & natl. organizations.

By Students Against Violence Everywhere
Denver youth representatives, Gerardo Ceballos and Candy Gonzalez from Students Against Violence Everywhere (SAVE), will participate in a two-day youth violence prevention meeting with U.S. government agencies and national organizations.



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