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Please note: We only have 100 slots on Zoom. Please consider watching the presentation in a group at your school or agency if possible. Or better yet, join us in person at the Bloomington Fire Station #1 located at 95 W. 10th Street, Bloomington, MN. We will have light breakfast snacks, coffee and networking.
You can join this meeting virtually (you will receive a Zoom link the week before the meeting) or you can attend the meeting in person at Bloomington Fire Station #1 located at 10 W. 95th Street, Bloomington, MN 55420 to meet other collegues interested in school reunification programs.
Register for this FREE session to learn why the “I Love U Guys” preparedness methods have been implemented in over 30,000 schools nationwide.
Who is invited: Emergency Managers, School Resources Officers, School Administrators, and those who work on reunification during an emergency
Highlights of the presentation include:
¨ The history and mission of The “I Love U Guys” Foundation
¨ Introduce the concepts of the Standard Response Protocol (SRP) and Standard Reunification Method (SRM)
¨ Discuss how to implement the SRP and SRM
The “I Love U Guys” Foundation’s Mission is to restore and protect the joy of our youth through educational programs and positive actions in collaboration with families, schools, communities, organizations, and government entities.
A brief bio of John-Michael Keyes. For over a decade Mr. Keyes has represented the “I Love U Guys” Foundation to districts, departments, agencies, and organizations regarding schools’ safety. Prior to that, his career has spanned graphic design, communications, writing, software, and database development. The death of his daughter, Emily, at the hands of a gunman at Platte Canyon High School compelled Mr. Keyes to bring his professional expertise to the arena of safety. Today, Mr. Keyes is an internationally sought keynote speaker not just in the arena of schools’ safety but often presents to law enforcement-only audiences.
|| Angela Eastman