WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT FROM THIS VIRTUAL EXPERIENCE
Make plans now to attend the 2021 Virtual Texas School Safety Conference on June 29 - 30, 2021.
During the past year, Texans have shown resiliency through tremendous changes. Join us as we build on the challenges of the past year to advance our shared goal of creating safe, secure, and healthy environments for Texas students.
Themed Texas Strong: Resiliency Through Change, the conference will bring together educators, administrators, school-based law enforcement, and emergency managers to collaborate, network, and learn from each other. Nationally and state recognized experts in various fields will share evidence-based approaches to improving school safety. In addition, informative breakout sessions will feature tools and best practices that you can implement in your district or school.
As we explore what it means to be resilient, we will examine how roles for educators and school-based law enforcement are changing and how we can embrace change to prepare for a more safe and secure future.
DownloadsTentative 2021 Conference Agenda
Who Should Attend?
- School Administrators
- School-Based Law Enforcement
- School Security Personnel
- School Board Members
- Emergency Management Personnel
- School Mental Health Provider
- Junior College Personnel
Registration Deadline: June 22, 2021
Be ready to be part of a remarkable learning experience and prepare to "learn what makes Texas strong!"
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The 2021 Virtual Texas School Safety Conference will be provided through the Zoom online meeting/webinar platform.
To pre-install the Zoom meeting/webinar software click Download Zoom Desktop Client for Meetings, or click the following link to watch a video tutorial on how to join a Zoom meeting.
Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE) Credit
ATTENTION LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS: TCOLE credit will not be offered for this virtual conference.
Continuing Professional Eduction (CPE) Credit
CPE credit will be offered for this virtual conference.
Only paid and registered individuals will receive a certificate of attendance and CPE credit (if applicable) for this conference.
Important Dates to Remember
- 6/22/2021 Last Day to Register Online
- 6/22/2021 Last Day to Cancel for Full Refund
For more information about the Virtual Texas School Safety Conference contact Cynthia J. Arredondo at email@example.com.