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Kaleigh Bronson-Cook
School Safety and Prevention Specialist
(541) 203-0874

Resources and More Information


The Lane ESD School Safety and Prevention System (SSPS) is designed to provide component school districts with a multi-tiered system of supports ranging from curriculum-based universal prevention programs to safety-based crisis interventions.

These offerings include suicide prevention intervention and postvention supportive services, behavioral safety assessment technical assistance, support promoting the SafeOregon Tip Line, and positive school culture and climate support that includes programs to prevent bullying, cyberbullying, harassment, and intimidation, and to promote mental health and well-being in Lane County schools and districts.

The Lane ESD SSPS also coordinates the countywide Tragedy Response Network (a crisis response/flight team model for schools and districts) and supports the implementation and development of Student Care Teams across the county in collaboration with community partners.  This work is coordinated by an ESD based School Safety and Prevention Specialist in collaboration with other ESD, district, community and statewide partners.

Ways that SSPS can support your district

  • Behavior Safety Assessment
    • Technical assistance completing Level 1 and Level 2 assessments
    • Training/professional development support
  • Suicide Prevention, Intervention and Postvention
    • Support with the development and/or implementation of your district’s Adi’s Act Suicide Prevention, Intervention and Postvention Plan
    • Connection to community partners to support Adi’s Act plan development/implementation
    • Technical Assistance on completing Suicide Assessments
    • Training/professional development support
  • School Culture & Climate
    • Technical assistance and/or training/professional development on developing comprehensive bullying, cyberbullying, harassment, intimidation prevention programs
  • Safe Oregon Tip Line
    • Information and help connecting to the SafeOregon Tip Line
    • Support for promoting the SafeOregon Tip Line in your district/schools
  • Student Care Teams
    • Technical assistance on school/district referrals to both urban and rural (regional) student care teams composed of community partners in order to increase access for students and families to needed resources and services
  • Tragedy Response Network
    • Activation of the countywide flight team following a crisis in your district/school
    • Training and professional development on crisis prevention, preparedness and response