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A National Summit on School Safety is being held this week by an organization founded by the parents of two children killed on 12-14.  The annual event, held over three days, is being put on by Safe and Sound Schools, the nonprofit started by Michele Gay and Alissa Parker.  The keynote speaker will by the former principal of Columbine High School.  Participants will learn about “school threat assessment and management, planning for physical safety and security, trauma informed drills, and positive school climate culture among other topics.  Scarlett Lewis, founder of the nonprofit Jesse Lewis Choose Love Movement named for her son who was killed on 12-14, will speak about “Social Emotional Learning: Ensuring Safety From the Inside Out.” 

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