A Principal’s Guide: 3 Keys to Making Tough Decisions During School Security Reviews

Security Check Points
Nancy Flatt Meador, Melissa Reeves, Gregory Thomas, Gary Mathews, Michael Dorn

In the wake of the tragic shootings at Newtown, conducting school safety reviews can be challenging. Pressure to respond quickly and decisively can lead imprudent, costly, ineffective and unnecessary measures. We have assembled an “A -team” of leading school safety experts to help principals make smart decisions, avoid routine mistakes and determine what’s over the top and what’s not when making school security decisions.
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December 20, 2012
Episode Guests
Gregory Thomas is Former director of security of New York City Schools. Dr. Melissa Reeves is a school psychologist and chair of our PREPaRE School Crisis Prevention and Intervention Workgroup. Dr. Gary Mathews is Superintendent of the Newton County Schools in Covington, Georgia. Dr. Nancy Flatt Meador is the Principal of Madison Middle School. Michael Dorn has worked in the field of school safety for 33 years, has published 26 books on school safety.
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