This page provides links to other web sites and resources that are of interest to the Conroe ISD community. They include educational sites that will help parents deal with current issues facing their children. Issues such as peer pressures, drugs, including alcohol and tobacco, gangs and other current topics.

Also provided will be links to resources that will help you in providing a safe environment for your children and yourself. Links dealing with missing and exploited children, school safety and sex offender registrations.

If you know of sites that may be beneficial to our community, please e-mail the URL and a brief description to dfox AT conroeisd DOT net

 

Is Your Teen Using?

Understandably, some parents of drug users think that their child might have been pressured into taking drugs by peers or drug dealers. But children say they choose to use drugs because they want ............

The Anti-Drug — website

Missing and Exploited Children

Many resources that address violence and school safety issues. This site also has publications and statistics on schools and violence nationwide.

Missing Kids — website

National School Safety Center

Understandably, some parents of drug users think that their child might have been pressured into taking drugs by peers or drug dealers. But children say they choose to use drugs because they want ............

National School Safety Center — website

Texas Sex Offender Database

A statewide database that maintains a listing of all sexual offenders and where they live. Check to see if any offenders are in your neighborhood, or around your child's school.

Texas Sex Offender Database — website

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The following resources are in portable document format (.pdf) and require the Adobe Acrobat Reader to view. If you do not have the reader, click on the acrobat icon below to download this free reader.

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Implications for the Prevention of School Attacks in the United States

This report was conducted by a joint effort between the U.S. Secret Service and Education Departments. It provides insight into school violence, specifically shooting incidents, and provides recommendations to assist school administrators develop effective assessment tools, risk criteria, policies and procedures.

Final Report and Findings

Guide to Managing Threatening Situations and to Creating Safe School Climates

A companion report, also provided by a joint effort between the U.S. Secret Service and Education Departments. This report takes these findings one step further by setting forth a process for identifying, assessing, and managing students who may pose a threat of targeted violence in schools.

Threat Assessment in Schools

link to drug information page

Drug Information Book

We believe prevention through education is one of the most effective strategies to address the issues facing our children and communities. The key to long-term success is reaching our students with meaningful educational messages before they face difficult choices.

Please talk to your child (children) about the harmful effects of alcohol and other drug use. Be available, supportive and patient. Listen to his or her thoughts and concerns. Set a good example.

This booklet, Drugs Shatter Lives — What you need to know.....NOW, is being offered to our community for the purpose of prevention education.

Click on the image to read and/or download this 67 page booklet.

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DEA Drug Assessment Summary (2013)

In 2013, The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) published this report detailing drug usage trends and emerging developments related to the trafficking and use of illicit substances.

Open document

The New High

This report provides new information on designer drugs and new rising drug trends.

Open document

National FBI Gang Assessment (2009)

This FBI report covers gang membership, criminal activities, and regional summaries. It also covers basic street, outlaw motorcycle, and prison gangs. As well as providing a look at gangs in the military and female gang members.

Open document

Tips for Getting to School Safely

A single page .pdf document that gives tips to Bus Riders, Walkers, Bicycle Riders and Drivers.

Open Document

Stopping School Violence

This 8 page .pdf document lists A Dozen Things Parents, Students, Teachers, Law Enforcement, Principals and The Rest of Us can do to help Stop School Violence.

Open Document

Parent Gang Information

Click on one of the links below to see an informative brochure developed for parents by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP).

Parents Guide to Gangs - English

Parents Guide to Gangs - Spanish

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