Monday, September 04, 2006

School is Open: Preparedness, Vigilance and Character Training

As the 2006-2007 school year dawns upon America, with millions of youth in every state returning to school; emergency preparedness, vigilant violence prevention and character training must be integral to school lesson plans. These characteristics must be cultivated for the entire educational community which includes students, parents, teachers, counselors, administrators and employees.

Emergency planning, gang awareness, drug and violence prevention, character development, bullying prevention, safe school initiatives, diversity appreciation, personnel safety and teacher training highlighting educational hallmarks must be central to the agenda of each American school.

Individuals in leadership positions in public and private schools have the privilege and the responsibility of impacting the future of America and must do so through continuous comprehensive evaluations, improvements and training of their entire school community with all that relates to its health, safety and welfare.

A school is not an institution but a community where preparedness, vigilance and training must be the order of the day and deeply ingrained into its culture.


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