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High School Students Invited to SU for Second Annual Safe Schools Event
The second annual Impact! Safe Schools event, which brings local high school students together with city and university law enforcement officials to learn how to make schools safer, returns to Seattle University on March 11, 2014.
School Psychology Program Director Dr. Samuel Song, who has extensive academic expertise in the field of youth violence and bullying, facilitates the annual event. Students can help create a safer environment when they engage as leaders in school activities to promote crime prevention and anti-bullying, Dr. Song says.
Representatives from Seattle Police, Seattle University Public Safety, Seattle Public Schools, and the University of Washington Police Department, in addition to Dr. Song will speak at the event. Students will learn about hazing, components of a safe school, and how to become leaders and share ownership in resolving problems in their schools.
Impact! Safe Schools will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. in the Campion Ballroom on Tuesday, March 11, 2014.
Sam Song, director of the College of Education's School Psychology program shown here with Assistant Seattle Police Chief Nick Metz, facilitates the Safe Schools event.
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