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OSSCC SAFE SCHOOLS AWARDS 2017

Come help Oregon Safe Schools and Communities Coalition celebrate those who are leading the way to reduce bullying, harassment and violence in schools at the 2017 Safe Schools Awards. Together with our coalition members from around the state we will acknowledge outstanding work being done by Districts, Schools, Adult Allies, Students and Organizations. 2017 SAFE SCHOOL AWARD DETAILS

 Saturday, December 2, 2017

 4:00 – 6:00 PM

 Location: University of Oregon, College of Education, Hedco Building, 1215 University St, Eugene, OR 97403

Join the celebration! Your contribution to OSSCC helps us support youth across Oregon. Donate at oregonsafeschools.org/donate
For more information go to oregonsafeschools.org or like us at facebook.com/oregonsafeschools

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Safe Schools Report 2017

by Michelle Kroll

Click below to download the most recent Oregon Safe Schools Report 2017 Related posts: 3rd Annual Safe Schools Report is Released! 2013 State of Safe Schools Report Released! 5th Annual Safe Schools Awards

We want to hear from you!

by Michelle Kroll

2017/2018 school year has started off once again with lots of changes and challenges.  We are excited about where we left off last year, and ready to go forward this year. Our target is rural as we have found that many of our schools are in need of a GSA, anti-bullying training, or just information […]

If you are a Member, Please READ

by Michelle Kroll

Greetings, We are updating our bylaws so that we are able to get our Members all together once a year, and to let us know their “yea” or “neigh” regarding our updates.  THIS is what we are voting on October 22nd, 2016 at our Oregon Safe Schools Award Celebration. Proposed Bylaws After you read this […]

Share the good news!

by Michelle Kroll

We want to hear what is working in your school! Please send in an article and we will share if you give us permission. Otherwise, we would just like to know. info@oregonsafeschools.org

Richard E Walker Award – Accepting Nominations

by Michelle Kroll

A compassionate and civic-minded individual, Richard E. “Dick” Walker worked tirelessly for the benefit of all students and especially for the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender students. Before retirement, Walker served as Chair of the Special Education Division at Western Oregon University. He was a founding member of OSSCC and passed away in […]

5th Annual Safe Schools Awards

by Michelle Kroll

Come help Oregon Safe Schools and Communities Coalition celebrate those who are leading the way to reduce bullying, harassment and violence at the 2016 Safe Schools Awards. Together with our coalition members from around the state we will acknowledge outstanding work being done by Districts, Schools, Adult Allies, Students and Organizations. 2016 SAFE SCHOOL AWARD DETAILS […]

New Resource for Supporting Oregon’s Transgender Students; Title IX

by Michelle Kroll

Oregon Safe Schools & Communities Coalition (OSSCC) has released a new support document to more clearly outline the scope of existing laws and governance with regards to supporting transgender youth in our schools. Findings from the GLSEN 2013 National School Climate Survey clearly indicated that Oregon schools were not safe for most lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) […]

Equity Foundation Grant

by Michelle Kroll

Oregon Safe Schools and Communities Coalition is proud to announce that we have been selected as a recipient of a grant from Equity Foundation to sustain and grow our capacity. The funds will be used to begin new exciting programming focused on joining our statewide coalition members more cohesively in order to better serve our […]

New Developments in School Safety Infographic

by Michelle Kroll

Some sobering information regarding the current status of our Nation’s school safety, especially in regards to weapon violence. This infographic is from Eastern Kentucky University, click the image below for additional information.