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Carly Posey School Safety Advocate | Public Speaker | P3 Campus Ambassador Carly Posey is an advocate for school safety. During the Sandy Hook Elementary school shooting on December 14, 2012, the shooter entered her son’s first grade classroom.  After shooting his teacher and a student, the shooter stopped to reload, Carly’s son ran out of the classroom to the fire station nearby. Her fourth-grade daughter remained hidden in an art room office at the Sandy Hook School. Her two other children were at the intermediate school in Newtown - in lockdown for 5 hours. Carly shares her story to first help prevent tragedies then to help individuals and communities prepare for and respond to traumatic events. She has worked and spoke to school communities around the country to help prepare and prevent the unthinkable. She was the executive director for Safe2Tell Colorado for two years. She proudly serves on the board of the “I Love U Guys” foundation. Carly also travels across the county to share her story to motivate and inspire others to be active in school safety. Carly, her husband Dave, and four children moved to Parker, Colorado on December 15, 2012 where she advocates for a proactive approach to school safety, both mental and physical. Presentations Anticipating the Unthinkable: Carly tells her story of no one being prepared for what happened inside Sandy Hook Elementary School on December 14, 2012. She shares what went wrong and right on that day and the days and years to follow. She shares her perspective on the events and how a school community can be proactive and be prepared for the unthinkable. Carly gives real solutions on school safety and recovery in the aftermath. She has spoken to thousands of school community members and is honored to have a part in improving school safety, both mental and physical. Reunification: Carly gives a presentation and offers an informal Q & A on the topic of reunification. Reunification is a gap in most school’s safety plan. Carly shares her story at the Firehouse on December 14, 2012 along with lessons learned and what districts she has worked with are doing to close this gap. Recovery in the Aftermath of Sandy Hook: Carly focuses on the recovery and mental health of her and her family. She shares how her and her husband are helping all of their four children, with different experiences on Dec. 14, 2012, recover and turn the negative events into life-long resiliency. Carly details strategies they helped institute in their children’s classrooms and at home that are still used today to overcome hard times and triggers, to live in the moment and have an optimistic attitude. Panel Discussions and Q and A sessions: Carly has been a part of many panels and offers this as a separate session. These sessions can be individualized to meet the need of your conference or seminar. Testimonials: “As Carly began her power point and presentation, I immediately recognized by the expressions and reactions of our staff, their lives and outlook would forever be impacted by her message. Every second of her passionate sharing of her experience, captivated our staff. Her accounts of those events that impacted the lives of so many, allowed for much reflection over the following days and weeks in our school district.” David Watson Director of Safety and Security Falcon School District 49 “Excellent presentation with a new perspective I usually don't hear at safety conferences. Carly's story is powerful and will motivate any team to go beyond what they think they can do. Thanks for sharing, Carly.” Pat Hamilton Chief Operating Officer Adams 12 Five Star Schools You can reach Carly via email HERE
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Carly Posey School Safety Advocate Public Speaker P3 Campus Ambassador Carly Posey is an advocate for school safety. During the Sandy Hook Elementary school shooting on December 14, 2012, the shooter entered her son’s first grade classroom.  After shooting his teacher and a student, the shooter stopped to reload, Carly’s son ran out of the classroom to the fire station nearby. Her fourth-grade daughter remained hidden in an art room office at the Sandy Hook School. Her two other children were at the intermediate school in Newtown - in lockdown for 5 hours. Carly shares her story to first help prevent tragedies then to help individuals and communities prepare for and respond to traumatic events. She has worked and spoke to school communities around the country to help prepare and prevent the unthinkable. She was the executive director for Safe2Tell Colorado for two years. She proudly serves on the board of the “I Love U Guys” foundation. Carly also travels across the county to share her story to motivate and inspire others to be active in school safety. Carly, her husband Dave, and four children moved to Parker, Colorado on December 15, 2012 where she advocates for a proactive approach to school safety, both mental and physical. Presentations Anticipating the Unthinkable: Carly tells her story of no one being prepared for what happened inside Sandy Hook Elementary School on December 14, 2012. She shares what went wrong and right on that day and the days and years to follow. She shares her perspective on the events and how a school community can be proactive and be prepared for the unthinkable. Carly gives real solutions on school safety and recovery in the aftermath. She has spoken to thousands of school community members and is honored to have a part in improving school safety, both mental and physical. Reunification: Carly gives a presentation and offers an informal Q & A on the topic of reunification. Reunification is a gap in most school’s safety plan. Carly shares her story at the Firehouse on December 14, 2012 along with lessons learned and what districts she has worked with are doing to close this gap. Recovery in the Aftermath of Sandy Hook: Carly focuses on the recovery and mental health of her and her family. She shares how her and her husband are helping all of their four children, with different experiences on Dec. 14, 2012, recover and turn the negative events into life-long resiliency. Carly details strategies they helped institute in their children’s classrooms and at home that are still used today to overcome hard times and triggers, to live in the moment and have an optimistic attitude. Panel Discussions and Q and A sessions: Carly has been a part of many panels and offers this as a separate session. These sessions can be individualized to meet the need of your conference or seminar. Testimonials: “As Carly began her power point and presentation, I immediately recognized by the expressions and reactions of our staff, their lives and outlook would forever be impacted by her message. Every second of her passionate sharing of her experience, captivated our staff. Her accounts of those events that impacted the lives of so many, allowed for much reflection over the following days and weeks in our school district.” David Watson Director of Safety and Security Falcon School District 49 “Excellent presentation with a new perspective I usually don't hear at safety conferences. Carly's story is powerful and will motivate any team to go beyond what they think they can do. Thanks for sharing, Carly.” Pat Hamilton Chief Operating Officer Adams 12 Five Star Schools You can reach Carly via email HERE.
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