Q1 Highlighted Media Coverage

March 7, 2020 / by The "I Love U Guys" Foundation

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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1/16/20ABC4 – Charleston County, SCCCSD looks to end need for color code interpretation with new safety response program
1/21/20Count on News 2 (NBC Affiliate)CCSD implements Standard Response Protocol
1/21/20Security MagazineNASRO to Lead Development of Standardized Violence Prevention Protocol for Schools
1/22/20Post and CourierCharleston school district changes emergency response codes to avoid confusion, ambiguity
1/22/20Moultrie NewsCCSD unveils new Standard Response Protocol
1/24/20Education WeekStopping Violence in Schools: Effort to Create National Guidelines Underway
1/26/20Colorado Springs GazetteLEGISLATURE | Spotlight on the Springs delegation
1/27/20Denver CatholicWorking to make our schools safer
2/10/20CNY CentralAre lockdown drills effective: 3 things students are being taught to stay safe
2/13/20CSC EagleCSC implements “I Love You Guys” emergency program
2/20/202 First News WBay TVSchools districts work on universal response to traumatic incidents
2/24/20Herald Times ReporterManitowoc Noon Rotary names its 2019 police officer, citizen of the year
2/26/20Niagara Frontier Papers17th annual Safe Schools Initiative Seminar set for March 1
2/27/20UB NowSafe Schools Initiative Seminar set for March 19
2/28/20Decorah NewspaperNortheast Iowa Healthcare Coalition invites community members to a free event Tuesday“Anticipating the Unthinkable: planning for what happens after a disaster”
3/1/20Security MagazineSetting the Gold Standard in School Security
3/4/20Bakersfield.comParents: More must be done at KHSD to keep students safe

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