On Friday, June 9, experts in cybersecurity, threat assessments, school security, safety best practices and more will share their perspectives at NJSBA’s School Security & Safety Conference. The conference will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Conference Center at Mercer County College.

In the session “Implementing Threat Assessments in Your School District,” two professionals from Edison Township Public Schools will elaborate on the process of implementing threat assessments into your district’s safety plans, as well as the importance of doing so.

This session will be led by Dr. Thomas Toohey, assistant superintendent for pupil special services; and Patrick Kissane, director of school safety and security and the district’s anti-bullying coordinator. Together, they have years of experience in school safety and security and will share their expertise throughout the session.

Cost The member fee is $99 and non-members must pay $198. This conference offers four Board Member Academy credits.

Registration Details Registration of school board members and other district staff that have been reported to NJSBA through the completion of the district census form may be completed online, but only by the school business administrator, who must attach a scanned copy of the purchase order with the registration. Register here.

For questions regarding this program, please email Lou Schimenti, senior manager, exhibitions and co-op. For registration questions, please contact NJSBA Call Center.

Register now to secure your spot at the conference.