Transforming Education: Innovative Webcasts for K-12 School Security

The webcasts are a valuable resource for educators and school administrators looking to stay on top of the latest technology advancements that will impact their institutions. In this article, we feature two experts in the field who have dedicated their careers to ensuring the safety and security of Colorado schools.

Unveiling Your School Security Toolbox: How Technology Empowers Districts

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Webcasts are a valuable resource for educators and school administrators looking to stay up-to-date on the latest technology advances that will impact their institutions. Guy Grace, K-12 National Security Program Manager at ASSA ABLOY Door Security Solutions, has over 38 years of experience in the security field. He has served as the director of security and emergency planning for Littleton Public Schools for over three decades and was recognized as the 2020 K-12 Campus Safety Director of the Year. Guy is also involved in various advisory committees related to school safety.

Mike Newton, a SLED Account Executive at Convergint, specializes in providing solutions to Colorado schools through his work with K-12 education. Previously, he was the director of safety and security for Elizabeth School District where he was responsible for all aspects of physical security, emergency management, threat assessment, emergency communication, and continuity of operations. Newton received the K-12 Director of the Year Award from Campus Safety during his tenure at Elizabeth SD. Before his work in school safety, Newton served in both the U.S. Air Force and Colorado Air National Guard.

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