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WHY P3 CAMPUS? While school tragedies have been the catalyst for many schools adopting reporting programs, it has become evident that when students are given a well-designed tool to report concerns, not only do they more regularly report threats of violence, but also other serious concerns.
When students report concerns, peace officers, school administrators, and mental health professionals become aware of needs that are unmet.
When these needs are acknowledged, P3 Campus allows for peace officers, school administrators, and mental health professionals to communicate and collaborate to develop a comprehensive intervention (facilitating prevention).
When students have their basic physical needs met, their emotional needs met, and have a sense of safety and support, they are more cooperative and engaged in class.
When teachers have more cooperative and engaged students, they are more enthusiastic in their lessons, more effective in their objectives, and more committed to their schools. This, recursively, engenders more socially and academically successful students.
When the quality of teachers increases, measurable academic performance increases.
When schools demonstrate through test scores that they are effective, they are allocated more local, state, and federal funding.
When schools have more funding, they can hire more mental health professionals, acquire more technology, offer more extra curricular activities, and improve safety infrastructure.
Students that receive higher quality education are offered more opportunities to explore and employ their interests and skills.  When they grow up in an inclusive, safe environment, they are likely to be more responsible citizens within the larger society.
AWARENESS
INTERVENTION
BETTER STUDENTS
BETTER TEACHERS
BETTER TEST SCORES
BETTER FUNDING
BETTER SCHOOLS
BETTER CITIZENS

64%

of reports submitted by

students in the State of

Colorado last year were

not criminal in nature.

P3 reporting data from the state of Colorado from the 2015-2016 school year reveals that a majority of reports were of concerns non-criminal in nature[1]. An effective solution addresses a wide range of student concerns, recognizing that addressing the ones seemingly more minor can obviate the more catastrophic. In fact, recent studies have shown that high performing schools have established mechanisms for identifying students’ issues, such as homelessness, hunger, medical issues, social and emotional distress, imminent physical danger, and coping with illness and death[2]. P3 Campus is that mechanism. As such, it has far-reaching effects.

1. Safe2Tell Colorado, (2016). Data2Report: 2015-2016. Colorado Office of the Attorney General.

Retrieved from https://safe2tell.org/sites/default/files/u18/2015-16%20School%20Year%20Data2Report_ver2.pdf

2. Parrett, W. & Budge, K. (2011). Turning high-poverty schools into high-performing schools. Alexandria, Va.: ASCD.

Retrieved from http://www.ascd.org/publications/books/109003.aspx

© 2017 | Anderson Software | All Rights Reserved
When students report concerns, peace officers, school administrators, and mental health professionals become aware of needs that are unmet.
When these needs are acknowledged, P3 Campus allows for peace officers, school administrators, and mental health professionals to communicate and collaborate to develop a comprehensive intervention (facilitating prevention).
When students have their basic physical needs met, their emotional needs met, and have a sense of safety and support, they are more cooperative and engaged in class.
When teachers have more cooperative and engaged students, they are more enthusiastic in their lessons, more effective in their objectives, and more committed to their schools. This, recursively, engenders more socially and academically successful students.
When the quality of teachers increases, measurable academic performance increases.
When schools demonstrate through test scores that they are effective, they are allocated more local, state, and federal funding.
When schools have more funding, they can hire more mental health professionals, acquire more technology, offer more extra curricular activities, and improve safety infrastructure.
Students that receive higher quality education are offered more opportunities to explore and employ their interests and skills.  When they grow up in an inclusive, safe environment, they are likely to be more responsible citizens within the larger society.
AWARENESS
INTERVENTION
BETTER STUDENTS
BETTER TEACHERS
BETTER TEST SCORES
BETTER FUNDING
BETTER SCHOOLS
BETTER CITIZENS
WHY P3 CAMPUS? While school tragedies have been the catalyst for many schools adopting reporting programs, it has become evident that when students are given a well-designed tool to report concerns, not only do they more regularly report threats of violence, but also other serious concerns. P3 reporting data from the state of Colorado from the 2015-2016 school year reveals that a majority of reports were of concerns non-criminal in nature[1]. An effective solution addresses a wide range of student concerns, recognizing that addressing the ones seemingly more minor can obviate the more catastrophic. In fact, recent studies have shown that high performing schools have established mechanisms for identifying students’ issues, such as homelessness, hunger, medical issues, social and emotional distress, imminent physical danger, and coping with illness and death[2]. P3 Campus is that mechanism. As such, it has far-reaching effects.

64%

of reports submitted by

students in the State of

Colorado last year were

not criminal in nature.

1. Safe2Tell Colorado, (2016). Data2Report: 2015-

2016. Colorado Office of the Attorney General.

Retrieved from:

https://safe2tell.org/sites/default/files/u18/2015-

16%20School%20Year%20Data2Report_ver2.pdf

2. Parrett, W. & Budge, K. (2011). Turning high-

poverty schools into high-performing schools.

Alexandria, Va.: ASCD.

Retrieved from:

http://www.ascd.org/publications/books/109003.aspx

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