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A School Safety Panel Meet & Greet (Session # 1)

  • February 21, 2019
  • 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
  • Palm Coast Community Center, 305 Palm Coast Pkwy NE, Palm Coast, FL 32137

Registration

  • Your Corbett Membership Administrator received an email with the registration code. If they are attending, they are required to register all other attending members and guests.

    As a reminder:
    Corporate Tiger's are permitted 1 Member per Corporate Membership for no charge. After 1 member has been registered, all additional members under the Corporate Membership plus up-to 1 additional guest may be permitted for $40 per person.

MEET OUR MODERATOR


Dr. Joel Bolante

Director of Public Administration Program
Flagler College


MEET OUR PANEL

 
Rick Staly
Sheriff
Flagler County Sheriff's Office
Dr. James Tager
Superintendent
Flagler County Schools
Dr. Earl Johnson
Executive Director Leadership Development
Flagler County Schools
Randy Stroud
Director, Domestic & Homeland Security
Flagler County Sheriff's Office

PANEL TOPICS

Events over the past several years has made school safety a major concern and focus nationally and of every State and Local jurisdiction. At the end of the day, the responsibility for school safety falls to Local jurisdictions. Those responsibilities include risk assessments, mitigation, preventative measures and deterrence, security, response, recovery, and community healing. How is Flagler County positioned? What plans and programs does Flagler County have in place? What have been some of the results? What are the local concerns?

PANEL QUESTIONS

In addition to the moderator, prepared Panel questions will be coming from a Stakeholder Focus Group comprised of students, teacher and teacher union representatives, PTO parent representatives, Flagler County Sheriff’s Student Resource Officer representative, and a representative from the Department of Social Services. Written questions will be taken from Members of Flagler Tiger Bay Club.

SESSION # 1 Benefits

  • Meet and speak with our distinguished panel and moderator before the main panel discussion which is open to the general public
  • Network with other Members and their invited guests
  • Heavy Hors d'oeuvres will be served during the meet and greet
  • Cash Bar will be available
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