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Raptor Technologies: Hearts In The Right Place

March 13, 2020 / by The "I Love U Guys" Foundation posted in All, Partner Spotlights

As a school administrator, there’s only so much time you can spend researching systems and programs and thinking through all the possible emergency scenarios. There’s so much on your plate, and safety is just one concern. Following some high-profile incidents around the country, administrators in the Robinson Independent School District (ISD) wanted to work on what to do to make schools safer.
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Q2 Events Featuring The “I Love U Guys” Foundation

March 9, 2020 / by The "I Love U Guys" Foundation posted in All, Updates

Helping others advance school safety is what we do. We’re always out there presenting, teaching and training. Take a look at the sample below and see if something similar would be helpful for your community. We’d love to work with you.
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Q1 Highlighted Media Coverage

March 7, 2020 / by The "I Love U Guys" Foundation posted in All, News

School safety is top of mind, and there’s plenty of media coverage on the topic. We present often. Our programs are gaining traction around the country. We get lots of media calls. In case you missed it, here is a collection of the articles that feature or mention The “I Love U Guys” Foundation and the topics we care so much about.
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Community Story: Missy Dodds

March 5, 2020 / by The "I Love U Guys" Foundation posted in All, Community Stories

We often hear from people who’ve been through the kinds of tragedies we spend our lives trying to prevent and helping others prepare for. These stories reinforce our mission even as they break our hearts over and over again. We share them with Love and Hope.
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Children Practice Safety Training

Lockdown Drills & Exercises

March 3, 2020 / by The "I Love U Guys" Foundation posted in All, Updates

When seven-year-old Reichen Posey escaped the shooting at Sandy Hook after seeing his teacher and classmates shot in his first-grade classroom, he didn’t fully act out of instinct. When his mother (and Mission Direction for The “I Love U Guys” Foundation) Carly asked him later why he ran the way he did, actually taking a non-direct route to the safety of a nearby firehouse, he simply said it was because that was what they had practiced in fire drills. He knew what to do, and it saved his life.
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