For more than a decade, the Keystone Oaks School District has been a leader in ensuring that students and staff have access to mental health and safety resources. In light of recent national incidents, we are inviting students, families and members of the community to learn about the
measures that have been put into place to address these challenges and to provide input on areas that the District should focus on in the future.
Join the Keystone Oaks School District for a conversation about safety and security measures that are currently in place as well as the resources that Keystone Oaks has dedicated to identifying, understanding and meeting students’ social and emotional needs. Attendees will have the opportunity to share ideas for how safety and security can be enhanced in the Keystone Oaks School District.
May 1, 2018
7:00 - 8:30 p.m.
Middle School LGI
1000 Kelton Avenue | Pittsburgh, PA 15216
The discussion will be led by:
- John Bruner, School Resource Officer, Keystone Oaks School District. John Bruner began as Keystone Oaks’ School Resource Officer in 2015. He is the Resource Officer for all 5 schools and provides mentoring and educational programs to all District students.Officer Bruner has more than 18 years of experience working in law enforcement and is trained in the A.L.I.C.E. method of responding to active shooter incidents.
- Suzanne Lochie, Supervisor of Pupil Services, Keystone Oaks School District. Suzanne Lochie was appointed to the position of Supervisor of Pupil Services in 2015. She joined Keystone Oaks as the Coordinator of Pupil Personnel and Special Education in 2011. She also previously worked in the District as a Wesley Spectrum school-based mental health therapist at the elementary level for four years.
If you are unable to attend the May 1 Community & School Safety Forum but would like to submit a suggestion as to how school safety and security can be enhanced, please fill out this online form: . https://goo.gl/forms/XZKNTxHAqOzCAerU2