Applications are due on or before October 12, 2018.
The Center for Safe Schools would like to make you aware of a new funding opportunity available through the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency entitled School Safety and Security Grant Program. Act 44 of 2018 established the School Safety and Security Grant, which provides strong support for schools and districts to ensure a safe and secure environment for students in Pennsylvania. A total of approximately $52.5 million in state School Safety and Security funds are supporting this initiative.
For more than two decades, Center for Safe Schools at Center for Schools and Communities has been committed to developing creative and effective solutions to problems that disrupt the educational process and affect school safety. The Center provides training and technical assistance to help schools identify and implement effective programs and practices and maintain safe, productive learning environments; and it serves as a statewide clearinghouse for educators, parents, law enforcement and others on school safety and youth violence prevention. The Center for Safe Schools supports schools, local agencies and parents in developing and practicing emergency management and crisis response plans; creating positive school environments; implementing evidence-based programs; and institutionalizing proactive safety measures in partnership with law enforcement and other community entities to address local needs. Through expert staff, as well as access to a network of state and national researchers and practitioners, the Center provides state-of-the-art professional development, consulting and resources to schools throughout the commonwealth and beyond.
If you are interested in partnering with us on the School Safety and Security Grant Application review the grant information or contact Leah Galkowski, (717) 763-1661 ext. 152.