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WSSCA is an association of professionals dedicated to the task of improving security, safety, and health in Wisconsin's schools. We are committed to making schools a safer place to learn, play, teach, work, and to visit.

Our Mission

WSSCA, founded in 1968, is an association of professionals dedicated to the task of improving security, safety, and health in Wisconsin schools. WSSCA is a non-profit and non-government organization that includes administrators, supervisors, teachers, building and grounds personnel, health and nursing personnel, safety coordinators, security coordinators, school resource officers, school districts as well as private/public businesses through district, corporate and student memberships. The business of the association is conducted by a thirteen member board with an executive director. This group is further guided by several technical advisors with professional backgrounds in a variety of school safety and security related fields.

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2018 School Safety Coordinator of the Year

Nomination Information and Form

Due Date: December 1, 2017


 

The WSSCA School Safety Coordinator of the Year Award is co-sponsored by the Community Insurance Corporation, which will present a $1,000 award   to the winner’s school district safety program.

 

Award Presentation:

The winner will be announced during a special ceremony at WSSCA's 50th Annual Spring Conference/Expo, to be held February 26-77, 2018, at the Kalahari Resort and Water Park in Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin.

 

Nomination Criteria:

 

Leadership for district or school program change.

 

·       The candidate has demonstrated leadership and has provided examples of a proven record of change in the dynamics of safety within the school and or district. Candidate has demonstrated sustained change over time in the implementation of safety programs for district or school compliance with standards.

Techniques developed or innovations used in program development including special projects.

 

·       The candidate has demonstrated the development of specialized techniques/innovations and has demonstrated excellence through the completion of specialized safety related projects.

 

Training and Specialized Skills.

 

·        The candidate has demonstrated a continuance in skill development and/or specialized skills used in the furtherance of the school safety program. The candidate possesses specialized skills learned through training or special programs. The candidate has demonstrated through examples of work, that the skills developed as part of ongoing training have lent themselves to the development of the safety program and the impetus to move the safety program.

 

Participation in WSSCA Events

 

·       The candidate is a member of WSSCA; has participated in WSSCA training opportunities offered through the association; has been involved as a board member or active participant in WSSCA. Graduation from the WSSCA Certification Course is an exceptional accomplishment and will be given special consideration by the judges. 

 

 

The School Safety Coordinator of the Year Award applications will be judged by the WSSCA Board of Directors and Advisors.




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Email: wssca@wssca.org

2016 Wisconsin School Safety Coordinators Association

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