Guy M. Grace has worked in the security field for 33 years. He currently serves as the Director of Security and Emergency planning for Littleton Public Schools, a suburb of Denver. Guy began providing district security services to Littleton Public Schools (LPS) on January 1st 1990 after serving in the Military and attending college. Guy worked his way through the ranks in the security team when in 1999, Guy was appointed to head the LPS Security Department. Guy is a recipient of many national and security industry awards and recognitions. Guy is a regular speaker at school safety trade conferences and a regular security media commentator for various trade magazines and media. Guy has created and assisted with developing many security related projects, protocols and practices that are utilized today in school safety. Guy also serves as a Director on the Partner Alliance for Safer Schools
10:30 AM - 11:15 AM Thu, Nov 29, 2018 TBC
All Hazards Training Suggestions for K-6 StudentsOne of the most perplexing issues school safety professionals face is how to educate young children on emergency preparedness. Active Shooter, Weather Emergencies, Stranger Danger, Personal Safety and other issues are often difficult to talk about with children.
Learning Objectives and Participant OutcomesThe audience will learn strategies on how they educate K-6 students in a productive non frightening manner on emergency preparedness.
- Attendees will learn how seconds count in emergencies and that empowering students to act independently in important.
- Attendees will learn teaching strategies for emergency preparedness for students.
- Attendees will learn strategies that can be taught to students on how to respond to an active shooter.
- Attendees will learn how to educate children on emergency preparedness away from school.
- Attendees will learn about programs that can help schools with emergency preparedness.
- Attendee will be able to apply best practice learning experiences to his/her program.
- Attendee will have gained knowledge from educators who have responded to active shooter incidents and other major incidents.
- Attendee will have knowledge of nation wide programs that can help districts with emergency preparedness.
- Attendee will have knowledge on how to make training fun and knowledgeable for students.