This Week in School and Campus Safety

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This Weekly Update by the Illinois School and Campus Safety Program links to a message from ISBE on subsequent COVID-19 surges, shares IEMA's information for hazardous materials awareness month, and promotes the upcoming advanced digital threat assessment class being held via Zoom.

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Laura Black
Program Coordinator
Illinois School and Campus Safety Program
Message From ISBE and IDPH

The Illinois State Board of Education and the Illinois Department of Public Health have released a message on Preparing for Subsequent Surges of SARS-CoV-2 Infections and COVID-19 Illness. To read the message, click here.
Hazardous Materials Awareness Month

The Illinois Emergency Management Agency's (IEMA) preparedness theme for April is Hazardous Materials Awareness Month. According to IEMA Director Alicia Tate-Nadeau, when it comes to hazardous materials, “Being proactive and safety conscious is key.” To view IEMA's statement regarding (and resources for) Hazardous Materials Awareness Month, click here.
Advanced Digital Threat Assessment on May 3rd
via Zoom

The Illinois School and Campus Safety Program is pleased to announce the class Advanced Digital Threat Assessment will be held on May 3rd from 9:30 am-4:00 pm via Zoom. Building upon the Digital Threat Assessment class by Safer Schools Together, Advanced Digital Threat Assessment advances participants' understanding of finding and curating relevant digital information consistent with real-life digital threat assessment data gathering scenarios. Significant engagement and hands-on practice will take place as participants are assembled into investigative teams and given a true-to-life mock scenario. For more information and to register, click here.
Illinois School and Campus Safety Program