An integrated approach is essential to promoting a comprehensive and aligned Safe and Supportive School Program (SSSP) to ensure wellness, learning, and physical and psychological safety across the learning community. The SSSP is a systemic and coordinated multi-tiered support system that addresses our school climate, the social and emotional domain, and behavioral and mental health and wellness; it includes collaboration with community, county, and state organizations; conducting behavioral threat assessments; and the implementation of a multi-hazard approach to prevent, prepare for, respond to, and recover from crisis situations. 


    TEA is currently developing a series of guidance documents to support local education agencies (LEA) in implementing the critical elements of the Safe and Supportive School Program. The guidance documents will provide LEAs with reflective questions for consideration to facilitate program evaluation and development of the next steps in the implementation of each of the areas.

    Threat Assessment

    Positive School Climate



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