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Edu-Safe Helps Missouri Schools Prepare for a Safe School Year with Specialized Training

Edu-Safe is excited to announce a partnership with the Missouri Association of Secondary School Principals (MOASSP) in advance of the 2022-2023 school year. The Springfield-based school safety training organization will work with MOASSP to host specialized training for Missouri High School and Middle Level administrators. The August 9, 2022 training is designed to strengthen preventative and response efforts to school violence.

“This workshop is perfectly timed for administrators to maximize skills and resources for a safe return and to create a more impactful climate. School safety has never been more on the minds of parents as we look to the new school year,” says Chris Hoehne, Director of Programming and Development for MOASSP.

“Schools are unique both in design and function and pose challenges to any school administrator when security needs are identified and solutions sought,” says Dennis Lewis, President of Edu-Safe. “In many cases, the human element is critical to any security strategy and thus, training becomes the key to the success of the strategy in preventing a tragedy or in keeping kids safe when preventative measures haven’t succeeded.”

MOASSP represents secondary school principals by working closely with the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, the Missouri State High School Activities Association, the Missouri Legislature, the National Association of Secondary School Principals, and the Missouri Education Round Table. MOASSP provides professional development opportunities for building level leaders through annual conferences and workshops. 

Learn More About Edu-Safe

Edu-Safe, LLC provides a variety of services utilizing strategies consistent with the research and data on school violence and safety. The Edu-Safe team has more than 20 years of experience providing school safety services to schools and educational organizations across the United States.

If you would like more information, please contact Dennis Lewis at 417.880.5895, or visit