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Sunday, June 3
 

12:00pm

3:00pm

MOSSA Board Meeting
Sunday June 3, 2018 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Room 64
 
Monday, June 4
 

7:00am

8:00am

Breakfast
Monday June 4, 2018 8:00am - 9:00am
Salon A

8:00am

Exhibit Hall Open
Monday June 4, 2018 8:00am - 6:00pm
Salon A

9:00am

Opening General Session
Building and Utilizing an Anonymous Social Media Account
This session will explore vast research techniques for exploiting and utilizing open-source databases located on the internet. Tactics in locating actionable intelligence and 'hidden' information on a subject's social media platforms and other publicly available databases will be discussed. Navigation of protected methods for keyword and subject searches on the Dark Web will be explored.

Speakers
NW

Nathan Wilson

Drug Enforcement Agent, Department of Justice


Monday June 4, 2018 9:00am - 9:50am
Salon A

10:00am

Crime Prevention through Environmental Design
Crime Prevention through Environmental Design (CPTED) is a multi-disciplinary approach to influence behavior through design to make our schools safer. Analysis of the following strategies will be presented: territorial reinforcement, surveillance and access control. Participants will review case studies utilizing FEMA-428 Vulnerability Assessment Checklists and learn specific design strategies to incorporate into their facilities.

Speakers
JJ

Jerrod Joggerst

Associate, FGM Architects
SR

Stephen Raskin

Principal, FGM Architects
JS

Juliana Schafer

Associate, FGM Architects


Monday June 4, 2018 10:00am - 10:50am
Rooms 74/75

10:00am

Crisis Communications: Before, During and After
Communicating in a crisis is one of the most important things a district can do. Learn steps for your district to take now to build a solid communication base so that when a crisis happens you can effectively reach and interact with your community throughout and following the crisis.

Speakers
ZR

Zac Rantz

Chief Communications Officer, Nixa Public Schools


Monday June 4, 2018 10:00am - 10:50am
Parasol II

10:00am

I AM NOT YELLING! Mitigating Conflict (POST)
Diffusing challenging situations effectively requires premeditation. Being able to identify and isolate the signs, reasons, and behaviors of potentially aggressive situations can assist you in accessing the appropriate verbal and non-verbal skills while activating needed resources. Learn and practice specific, personalized strategies and tactics to keep yourself, your colleagues, and your students safe.

Speakers
AC

Amanda Cullin

Lieutenant, Northwest Missouri State University Police Dept.


Monday June 4, 2018 10:00am - 10:50am
Rooms 62/63

10:00am

School Pipeline Safety Program
The Pipeline Association of Missouri’s goal is to work with schools and colleges throughout the State of Missouri to fill the gap in pipeline safety and planning resources available for educators across the state.
Key topics to be covered: pipeline marker identification; MO 811 – Call before you dig; pipeline product types, characteristics and hazards; leak recognition, what you see, hear and smell; and proper actions to take in.

Speakers
SR

Steve Roberts

Vice President Training, Pipeline Association of Missouri


Monday June 4, 2018 10:00am - 10:50am
Room 64

10:00am

School Safety and the School Counseling Program (POST)
When it comes to school safety and knowing students holistically, there is no employee better equipped and situated than the school counselor. Using the Missouri Comprehensive School Counseling Program, this workshop will discuss why the FIRST and best proactive and preventative program a school should look for is already within the school walls. Come and learn more about the value of this program with regard to school safety.

Speakers
SS

Sharon Sevier

Director of Advocacy, Missouri School Counselor Association


Monday June 4, 2018 10:00am - 10:50am
Redbud

10:00am

Tragic State and the Way Forward: Opioid Crisis
Captain Hall will discuss the opioid crisis in America and the State of Missouri. He will cover current information which will provide a great way to begin the opioid conversation.

Speakers
DA

David A. Hall

Director Missouri Information Analysis Center, Missouri State Highway Patrol


Monday June 4, 2018 10:00am - 10:50am
Rooms 60/61

11:00am

Education Threat Intelligence Communications
Captain Hall will discuss how the Kansas City Regional Fusion Center (KCRFC), the Missouri Information Analysis Center (MIAC) and the St. Louis Fusion Center (SLFC) have partnered to collect school threat information. The goal is to provide a comprehensive threat picture for Missouri. The intent is to provide situational awareness regarding the number and types of school threats and incidents occurring in the state and create a common operating picture.

Speakers
DA

David A. Hall

Director Missouri Information Analysis Center, Missouri State Highway Patrol


Monday June 4, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
Rooms 60/61

11:00am

NFPA 3000 Standard for an Active Shooter
On May 1st of this year the National Fire Protection Association released the first ever national consensus standard, NFPA 3000, regarding active shooter/hostile event incidents. It is designed to guide communities, response agencies, hospitals, schools and facilities in their development in preparedness, mitigation, response and recovery from these types of events. This presentation will provide participants with an overview of the new standard and the implications to their district, college or university.

Speakers
DH

David Hall

University Emergency Manager, Missouri State University


Monday June 4, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
Rooms 62/63

11:00am

School Safety Legal Update (POST)
This session will cover recent legislation and court decisions relating to school safety. Questions and discussion are encouraged.

Speakers

Monday June 4, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
Parasol II

11:00am

Social Media and How to Make it Work for You
This training will provide a means for creating and maintaining an investigative account for social media. While controversial, these methods will navigate all the Department of Justice (D.O.J.) and social media road blocks safely that will soon be preventing Law Enforcement investigators from operating anonymously.

Speakers
NW

Nathan Wilson

Drug Enforcement Agent, Department of Justice


Monday June 4, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
Redbud

11:00am

Tornado Safe Rooms in Schools – Keeping our Kids Safe (POST)
A review of a Tornado Safe Room and through a variety of case studies show how Districts are integrating safe rooms as dual-use spaces for everyday activities. The process of applying for FEMA grants, types of grants, and the benefit and cost impacts of “upgrading” from conventional construction will be presented. A review of the new building codes requiring Districts to provide safe rooms in educational facilities will also be discussed.

Speakers
VB

Vaughn Baker

President, Strategos International
CF

Chris Ford

Superintendent, Fordland R-III
PH

Pamela Haldiman

Senior Project Manager, Sapp Design Associates Architects, PC
BM

Brad McKenzie

Project Architect, Sapp Design Associates Architects, PC


Monday June 4, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
Room 64

11:00am

Unattended and Suspicious Bags, Packages and Items
This presentation is designed to instill a basic understanding of suspicious, unattended and abandoned items by addressing common and recurring questions relative to this subject. The interactive use of realistic training aids will provide the participant with a 3-dimensional point of reference should they encounter unattended items in their environment. It will also impart a healthy respect for energetic materials and their capabilities when used in an emplaced attack manner.

Speakers
WF

William Forthmann

Explosives Specialist, TSA Transportation Security Specialists Service
AR

Anthony Rogers

Explosives Specialist, TSA Transportation Security Specialists Service


Monday June 4, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
Rooms 74/75

12:00pm

Awards Luncheon
Heroes Among Us Awards
School Safety: State and National Perspective
Update on School Safety by Melissa Randol, Esq.
Much is happening in the State of Missouri and at the national level. This will be an update on the activities and efforts of MSBA's Center for Education Safety at the state and national level.

Speakers
avatar for Melissa Randol

Melissa Randol

Executive Director, MSBA


Monday June 4, 2018 12:00pm - 1:30pm
Salon A

1:30pm

2:00pm

Active Shooter/Hostile Intruder–Incident Analysis
This course provides an analysis of past incidents of violence in educational environments. The analysis focuses on the perpetrators of the attacks and the effectiveness of the security measures existing at that time. A review of FBI and CDC reports on school violence is used to demonstrate likely perpetrators of future attacks and the standard response by school personnel. OSHA considerations are reviewed for best practices.

Speakers
DP

Douglas Parisi

Director of Training, SafeDefend


Monday June 4, 2018 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Room 64

2:00pm

MOUs and SROs (POST)
A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) is a document between two entities to show how they will work in partnership. This session explores the process and reasoning behind building a solid, workable MOU between school districts and law enforcement, whether that is with a school resource officer (SRO) or a local Police or Sheriff’s Department without an SRO will be addressed. You will with a greater understanding of the relationship between these vital pieces of your school safety plan.

Speakers
avatar for John Warner

John Warner

Emergency Planning Coordinator, MSBA


Monday June 4, 2018 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Rooms 74/75

2:00pm

Officials Interviewing Students at School
Law enforcement frequently wants to interview students at school when investigating off-campus incidents. While the school district wants to support law enforcement, school districts must maintain an education environment free of disruption, trusting relationships with parents, and a welcoming atmosphere for all students. This session will discuss these conflicting interests and recommendations for school districts and law enforcement to work together.

Speakers
avatar for Susan Goldammer

Susan Goldammer

Associate Executive Director, MSBA
EL

Erin Lueker

Child Abuse Resource Prosecutor, Missouri Office of Prosecution Services



Monday June 4, 2018 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Redbud

2:00pm

School Bus Safety and Security (POST)
School buses are soft targets and hard to protect.

This session covers topics of trespassing a school bus, disgruntled parents, child custody, active shooter, weather, drugs on the bus, and medical emergencies. This is an overview of things bus drivers need to be reminded of that they do or may encounter on a daily basis. 

Speakers
JR

John Rakestraw

School Resource Officer, Shell Knob 78


Monday June 4, 2018 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Rooms 60/61

2:00pm

School Safety Legal Update (POST)
This session will cover recent legislation and court decisions relating to school safety. Questions and discussion are encouraged.

Speakers

Monday June 4, 2018 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Parasol II

2:00pm

Social Media and How to Make it Work for You
This training will provide a means for creating and maintaining an investigative account for social media. While controversial, these methods will navigate all the Department of Justice (D.O.J.) and social media road blocks safely that will soon be preventing Law Enforcement investigators from operating anonymously.

Speakers
NW

Nathan Wilson

Drug Enforcement Agent, Department of Justice


Monday June 4, 2018 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Rooms 62/63

3:00pm

Behavior Intervention Team Model for Schools (POST)
Learn how to help attendees create a Behavior Intervention Team (BIT) at your respective school or further develop a team they already in place. With the increase of mental health concerns and a variety of threats present at schools and colleges (including school shooters), it is vital for schools and colleges to develop an effective team to prevent tragedy from occurring to the best of their abilities.

Speakers
LC

Leslie Chandler

Associate Director Academic Success and Retention, Northwest Missouri State University
KH

Kori Hoffman

Assistant Vice President Student Affairs, Northwest Missouri Sate University
KP

Kristen Peltz

Assistant Director Wellness Services-Counseling, Northwest Missouri State University
JW

Jerry Wilmes

Executive/Medical Director, Northwest Missouri State University



Monday June 4, 2018 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Redbud

3:00pm

Bullying – Not a 9 to 5 Occurrence (POST)
This session will center on Boonville School District’s efforts to address bullying as a community-wide issue, rather than an issue isolated to school districts. The focus will be on research-based, innovative efforts and supports implemented in their district. It will describe their partnership with the University of Missouri – Mizzou Bullying Lab and how the lab is supporting them. The session will also include information on the school district’s success in addressing bullying as a community-wide concern.

Speakers
SM

Sarah Marriott

Superintendent, Boonville R-I


Monday June 4, 2018 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Parasol II

3:00pm

Guidance for Title IX and Clery Act Compliance (POST)
In light of heightened awareness, evolving federal guidance, and a rise in sexual misconduct investigations school districts and colleges are faced with challenges resolving and reporting these incidents. This program will offer administrators and staff practical advice for investigating sexual misconduct and following federal reporting requirements.

Speakers
DP

Demetrius Peterson

Senior Counsel, Husch Blackwell LLP


Monday June 4, 2018 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Room 64

3:00pm

Practical Measures to Enhance School Safety in Rural Schools (POST)
This session will focus on how rural school districts, often at unique risk due to extended law enforcement response times and with limited discretionary funds, can take practical measures, including using off-duty law enforcement officers, to increase campus security and provide peace of mind for students and staff.

Speakers
TP

Tiffany Pritchard

District Safety Coordinator, South Pemiscot Co. R-V


Monday June 4, 2018 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Rooms 60/61

3:00pm

Safe Schools on a Tight Budget (POST)
Columbine to Parkland - How does a school provide a safe environment for learning? Learn about the Missouri Model of Behavioral Risk Assessment that is based on lessons learned in school tragedies. This model is licensed and evidence-based. This comprehensive model focuses on behavioral interventions and case management for district safety which makes this a favorite choice of administrators and school board members alike. Safe schools are necessary for optimal academic achievement.

Speakers
avatar for Amy Bledsoe

Amy Bledsoe

Education Safety Coordinator, MSBA



Monday June 4, 2018 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Rooms 74/75

3:00pm

What is in a Safety Assessment?
Safety Assessments are the key to building and maintaining a quality Emergency Operations Plan and come in many various models. We will show you the key steps in putting an assessment together whether you are doing it yourself or hiring a third party for the project. Questions to ask, a plan in place for the assessment and how to prioritize the results to use them effectively will be addressed.

Speakers
avatar for John Warner

John Warner

Emergency Planning Coordinator, MSBA


Monday June 4, 2018 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Rooms 62/63

4:00pm

MOSSA Annual Meeting
Monday June 4, 2018 4:00pm - 4:30pm
Salon A

4:30pm

Reception and Networking
Immediately following the MOSSA Annual Meeting.

Monday June 4, 2018 4:30pm - 6:00pm
Salon A
 
Tuesday, June 5
 

7:00am

Breakfast
Tuesday June 5, 2018 7:00am - 8:00am
Salon A

7:00am

7:00am

Exhibit Hall
Tuesday June 5, 2018 7:00am - 12:00pm
Salon A

8:00am

Active Shooter Planning and Drill Development (POST)
Stay and hide? Run? Fight? The landscape of reasonable response to an active shooter situation has changed dramatically in a short period of time. This workshop will begin with the stages of planning for the training needed to make the decisions that will be difficult in the midst of the crisis that is occurring. We will also show you how the training progresses to action. What your district or school chooses to do begins with the planning. An understanding of that process is critical for a good, measured reaction.

Speakers
avatar for John Warner

John Warner

Emergency Planning Coordinator, MSBA


Tuesday June 5, 2018 8:00am - 10:50am
Redbud

8:00am

Beyond Borders: Working Together to Keep Everyone Safe
Maries County School District has one campus in Belle (Maries Co.) and another in Bland (Gasconade Co.). The Maries and Gasconade Co. Sheriff Dept., the Belle Police Dept. and additional first responders work together to provide coverage for the school day, events and life outside of school. Law enforcement has developed inter-agency agreements to provide safety, security, and training for our schools. This workshop will provide fresh ideas on how to collaborate with various stakeholders in their communities and how to maximize their combined resources.

Speakers
PC

Patrick Call

Superintendent, Maries Co. R-II
CH

Chris Heitman

Sheriff, Maries County
JR

John Romanus

Sheriff, Gasconade County
JT

Joe Turnbough

City Marshal, Belle Police Department


Tuesday June 5, 2018 8:00am - 10:50am
Rooms 62/63

8:00am

Crossing the Line: When Educators Become Predators (POST)
Since 1997 there have been 241 Missouri public school teachers that have had their teaching licenses revoked for "Sexual Misconduct with a Child". This workshop is designed to help administrators identify the signs of an educator who may potentially gravitate toward a student. Research for this program included interviewing six Missouri sex offenders who were teachers and are currently in prison or on probation/ parole.
An update regarding legal issues for schools in responding to sexual predators will conclude this session.

Speakers
avatar for Gary Moore

Gary Moore

Safety Specialist, MSBA



Tuesday June 5, 2018 8:00am - 10:50am
Parasol II

11:00am

Closing General Session - Reunification
On January 29, 2013 at 3:32 pm an armed subject entered a bus in Midland City Alabama demanding two hostages. The driver, Charles Poland, refused to give up the children and was shot and killed. The intruder kidnapped one child who was rescued six days later. The bus was on an extremely rural route and the only adult on the bus was shot and killed. Retired Superintendent Bynum will discuss the “Reunification” process in how the 21 children were safely reunited with their parents, as well as lessons learned in dealing with such a tragedy.

Speakers
avatar for Donny Bynum

Donny Bynum

Retired Superintendent, Dale County Alabama
Then Superintendent, Donny Bynum helped guide his school system and community through the trauma of a young student’s kidnapping at gunpoint and the murder of an employee. Mr. Bynum was a stalwart leader for Dale County through this dramatic situation in early 2013 when a gunman... Read More →


Tuesday June 5, 2018 11:00am - 12:00pm
Salon A

12:00pm

Conference Adjourns
Tuesday June 5, 2018 12:00pm - 2:00pm
Salon A