A Safe Schools For Alex initiative that provides children in low income communities with free online music lessons in cooperation with School of Rock Boca Raton. Please help us expand our efforts!
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Please support Safe Schools for Alex and our mission to create a safe environment for all children. Together we can ensure that when we say goodbye in the morning to our loved ones, we will see them again in the evening.
Our mission is to provide the most current school safety best practices and resources to students, parents, school districts and law enforcement so that all children can learn in a safe environment.
Safe Schools For Alex has achieved a number of milestones including turning Max’s dream into a reality. President Trump announced in February 2020 the creation of the Federal School Safety Clearinghouse & SchoolSafety.gov. The website provides the academic community with a one-stop shop for school safety best practices and education.
Safe Schools For Alex started the “Let the Music Play On!” initiative aimed at helping students in need amid the coronavirus pandemic. Beyond the immediate public health impact, COVID-19 has threatened low-income communities with food insecurity, job loss, and unprecedented uncertainty. Let the Music Play On! is our way of helping middle school students in these communities who are not receiving personalized instruction as they were prior to the pandemic. To date, we have provided more than 300 lessons to students.
The School Incident Report is a first of its kind independent dashboard for parents, schools, and community members to find incident data, suspension data, and rankings of Florida's general education public schools K-12. This will bring awareness to the incidents of physical attack, drug use, bullying, sexual assault, weapons possession, and others. It will also help parents and school officials identify patterns that indicate opportunities for improvement.
President Trump announced the creation of the Federal School Safety Clearinghouse & SchoolSafety.gov, as recommended by Alex's father Max Schachter.