KY Safe Schools Week

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The Kentucky Center for School Safety announces this year’s Kentucky Safe Schools Week, is set for October 17- 23, 2021. 

This year’s theme is “Be a Safety Star” and the focus will be on the multi-faceted brilliance of what it means to be a SAFETY STAR in school and in life. From the acts of kindness and respectfulness to following all safety rules and guidelines, being a true SAFETY STAR includes shining bright in all these areas. These outstanding students put others first without focusing on themselves.

Kindness, respectfulness and support of others are all characteristics of a SAFETY STAR. During COVID 19 and beyond new safety guidelines including masking, washing and distancing are protocol to keep schools safe. Safety drills such as lockdown and evacuation need to be conducted with rigor and purpose to maintain a safe environment. The students who follow the rules, support others in need, show kindness and respect to all are truly, bright shining… SAFETY STARS!

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Take the online "Be a Safety Star" Pledge

KCSS KY Safe Schools Week Pledge 2021

“Be a Safety Star” Pledge!

KCSS thanks all who are participating in the online “Be a Safety Star” Pledge across Kentucky.

Kindness, respectfulness and support of others are all characteristics of a SAFETY STAR, also following all school safety rules without complaints. During COVID 19 and beyond new safety guidelines including masking, washing and distancing along with school safety practices including safety drills have to be followed to keep schools safe. The students who follow the rules, support others in need, show kindness and respect to all are truly bright shining… SAFETY STARS!

 

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"Be a Safety Star" Pledge Map

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KCSS thanks all who are participating in the online “Be a Safety Star” Pledge across Kentucky:

Click Here to Take the “Be a Safety Star” Pledge
Click Here to Check Your County’s Statistics

1,000 Pledges: Floyd County, Johnson County, Union County, Bullitt County, Henderson County

500-999 Pledges: Clinton County, Webster County, Calloway County, Murray Independent, Breckinridge County, LaRue County, Marshall County, Mayfield Independent, McLean County, Laurel County
250-499 Pledges: Eminence Independent, Hart County, Simpson County, Monroe County, Daviess County, Carroll County, Gallatin County, Kenton County, Owen County, Shelby County, Hardin County, Harrison County, Barren County, Cumberland County, Graves County, Trimble County
50-249 Pledges: Woodford County, Metcalfe County, Russellville Independent, Dawson Springs Independent, Robertson County, Pike County, Butler County, Letcher County, Wayne County, Danville Independent, Hickman County, Rowan County, Russell County, Lyon County, Fulton County, Magoffin County, Crittenden County, Boyd County, Washington County, Carlisle County, Casey County, Bath County, Fayette County, Williamsburg Independent, Ashland Independent, Christian County, Estill County, Lawrence County, Lincoln County, Livingston County, Logan County, McCreary County, Ohio County, Taylor County, Adair County, Caldwell County, Campbell County, Jessamine County, Paducah Independent, Rockcastle County, Somerset Independent

1-49 Pledges: Bell County, Lewis County, Pendleton County, Hopkins County, Jefferson County, Todd County, Trigg County, Warren County, Wolfe County, Harlan County, Middlesboro Independent, Madison County, Clinton County, Burgin Independent, Breathitt County, Corbin Independent, Franklin County, Henry County, Perry County, Pulaski County, Mason County, Boone County, Kentucky School for the Deaf, Elizabethtown Independent, Greenup County, Russell Independent, Montgomery County, Campbellsville Independent, Fleming County, Elliott County, Scott County, Leslie County, Bowling Green Independent, Beechwood Independent, Anchorage Independent, Meade County, McCracken County, Allen County, Bourbon County, Menifee County, Science Hill Independent, Erlanger-Elsmere Independent, Morgan County, Williamstown Independent, Clark County, Pikeville Independent, Pineville Independent, Martin County, Fulton Independent, Kentucky School for the Blind, Boyle County, Oldham County, Cloverport Independent, Harlan Independent, Carter County, Berea Independent, Frankfort Independent, Covington Independent, Green County, Barbourville Independent, Paintsville Independent, Muhlenberg County, Anderson County, Bardstown Independent, Bracken County, Caverna Independent, Dayton Independent, Spencer County, Ballard County, Edmonson County, Paris Independent, Bellevue Independent, Owensboro Independent, Marion County, Knox County, Clay County, Grayson County, Jackson County, Grant County, Walton-Verona Independent, Nicholas County, East Bernstadt Independent, Nelson County, Owsley County, Whitley County, Knott County, Raceland-Worthington Independent, Augusta Independent, Garrard County, Fairview Independent, Jackson Independent