Clayton County Public Schools has joined with the Fayette County Branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People Education Committee to participate in the A Call to Action Town Hall Summit, according to a press release.
Created with a theme of “An Educated Approach to our Children’s Safety,” the purpose of this summit is to engage stakeholders by taking a proactive approach to address the issue of “Guns in Our Schools,” according to organizers. Clayton County Superintendent/CEO of Schools, Morcease J. Beasley and CCPS Chief of School Police, Thomas Trawick will participate in a panel discussion.
The event will take place 10 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 15 at the Sam’s Auditorium, 205 LaFayette Ave., Fayetteville. Other partners include Fayette County Board of Education, the Griffin-Spaulding County School System, Georgia State University’s Criminal Justice and Criminology Department, Georgia State University’s College of Education & Human Development, McIntosh Trail – Mental Health – Fayette County Counseling Center and the Public Policy Development of the Southeast Region, Inc.
Information: Fayette County Branch of the NAACP at (770) 954-6021.