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NASN and NSSSC Join Forces for Student Safety

By NASN Inc posted 26 days ago


We're thrilled to announce the collaboration between the National Student Safety and Security Conference (NSSSC) and the National Association of School Nurses (NASN) that highlights our shared commitment to enhancing student safety and well-being.

Since its inception in 2007, the NSSSC has recognized the critical role that school nurses play in student safety and security. "School nurses are the frontline guardians of our students' well-being. Their ability to provide comfort and recognize signs of mental distress is invaluable in our collective mission to ensure student safety," says Dr. Stephen Sroka, Chairman of the NSSSC. This partnership underscores our commitment to integrating the expertise of school nurses into comprehensive student safety and security planning and training.

NASN, with its rich history since 1968 and a membership of 19,000 dedicated school nurses, shares our mission to optimize student health and learning. "NASN's participation in NSSSC's upcoming conferences is a testament to our commitment to advancing the practice of school nursing and ensuring the safety and well-being of students everywhere," stated Terri Hinkley, Chief Executive Officer of NASN.

As we gear up for the 13th National Student Safety and Security Conference, this collaboration promises to enrich our comprehensive approach to student safety, integrating the pivotal role of school nurses into our planning and training.

In recognition of our shared mission, the NSSSC is offering NASN members a 10% discount on registration for the National Student Safety & Security Conference using the code NASN10 at checkout, along with complimentary access to all four co-located events:

- SRO Congress

- Student Mental Health Congress

- America's School Bus Congress

- Cybersecurity Schools and Colleges Summit

Have questions about the 13th National Student Safety and Security Conference? Visit or contact us at or call 703-466-0011.

Have questions about the National Association of School Nurses? Visit or contact us at or call 240-821-1130