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Safe schools for ALL!

32nd District PTA is proud to join the Contra Costa County Office of Education to offer this

unique opportunity for all school parents in our county…


Parent Coffee:


An intimate conversation with Nicole Hockley,

Founding Member of Sandy Hook Promise


Wednesday, October 24, 2018


7:30 – 8:30 a.m.


Pleasant Hill Community Center

320 Civic Drive, Pleasant Hill CA


The morning will include:


• Brief presentation by Nicole Hockley followed by Q & A

• Progress of the “Safe Schools for All” Initiative and Sandy Hook Promise Partnership in schools/school districts throughout Contra Costa County

• Continental breakfast


No cost, but please RSVP at:


Background: The Contra Costa County Office of Education is excited and proud to announce its partnership with Sandy Hook Promise. CCCOE’s 2018-19 “Safe Schools for ALL!” initiative will feature the Sandy Hook Promise ‘Know the Signs’ programs as we introduce these no-cost programs to middle and high schools throughout Contra Costa County. Like Sandy Hook Promise, CCCOE and the 32nd District PTA are committed to preventing violence on school campuses by encouraging and supporting solutions that create safer, healthier homes, schools and communities!


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Posted by: Aaron Tarzian Published:10/12/18
Audience: Homepage, Our School, Our School and Homepage

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