Halloween Safety Tips – No Tricks!

The signs are everywhere – Jack-o-lanterns, candy, costumes; ghosts in the trees, spider-webs in the bushes; pumpkins on porches. Little trick-or-treaters are ready to ring doorbells. It’s Halloween! Halloween is a fun and creative time for both children and parents, but it is also a night for families to pay extra attention to safety. According Read more about Halloween Safety Tips – No Tricks![…]

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Teen Driving Safety Week

What is the most dangerous thing you do every day? If driving comes to mind, you’re on the right track. Based on national statistics, approximately 30,000 people will die in vehicular accidents this year, with many of those accidents involving teenage drivers. Auto accidents are the leading cause of death amongst 15-20 year olds. Driving Read more about Teen Driving Safety Week[…]

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Clown Repellent: Three Costume Rules for Halloween 2016 Safety

In light of the recent clown threats across America, many school administrators are asking themselves what can be done to keep their campuses safe this Halloween. Here are a few rules to consider implementing: Banning masks. Looking beyond innocent Halloween costumes, masks are intended to conceal the wearer’s identity. Inhibiting your ability to spot unfamiliar Read more about Clown Repellent: Three Costume Rules for Halloween 2016 Safety[…]

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Clowns Abound

You prepare your school for hurricanes, tornados, earthquakes, floods, tsunamis, and shootings—and then, clowns infiltrate the nation. Clown sightings began in Greenville, South Carolina, where they reportedly “attempted to lure children into the woods.” Alabama, Georgia, Maryland, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Kentucky received visits next, and as of last week, California has been added to Read more about Clowns Abound[…]

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Peer-to-Peer Crisis Support Program

Big news! We’re currently developing a new, exciting program for Joffe schools—involving students! What is the Peer-to-Peer Crisis Support Program? This program empowers students to respond to crises in their own social sphere, mitigating traumatic outcomes in teams with adults. Why is this program necessary? By training and employing students, schools can increase their capacity to Read more about Peer-to-Peer Crisis Support Program[…]

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