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School Safety. November 13, 2012 Mike Padavic , LCSW Angie Maguire, R.N. Jamie Peterson, R.N. Maureen Powers, R.N. Andrea Rossi, R.N. Introduction. Follow-up on playground safety concerns raised during 2010-2011 School Year Data collected: 8/24/12 thru 10/31/12 Head Injury Reports

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school safety

School Safety

November 13, 2012

Mike Padavic, LCSW

Angie Maguire, R.N.

Jamie Peterson, R.N.

Maureen Powers, R.N.

Andrea Rossi, R.N.

introduction
Introduction
  • Follow-up on playground safety concerns raised during 2010-2011 School Year
  • Data collected: 8/24/12 thru 10/31/12
    • Head Injury Reports
    • Further classification of injury based on geographic location in the school
  • Head injury was selected as a marker for overall school safety
  • Summary Data
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Data
  • Classified as Minor and Major
    • Minor- any head injury that resulted in swelling
    • Major- any head injury that required further medical evaluation by a healthcare provider
  • 106 total injuries district-wide
    • 100 Minor injuries
    • 6 Major injuries
  • Data complied for high traffic areas where injuries occur most often
    • Playground
    • Gym
    • Lunch room
    • Other
data summary
Data Summary
  • What we learned
    • Overall injury rates are low
    • It is too early to clarify trends
    • Clearly defined terms regarding classification of head injuries
goals
Goals
  • Promote safety and wellness throughout each building; implement any necessary measures/interventions in high traffic areas
  • Continue to provide safe playgrounds that offer constructive and organized play options that keep our children engaged and physically active
    • Orientation to playground equipment and rules through PBIS
    • Supervision of students on playground
    • Appropriate maintenance of equipment and grounds
next steps
Next Steps
  • Continue to collect more data now that we have clearly defined terms
  • Look for patterns or trends
    • School
    • District-wide
  • Use the data to identify and implement necessary interventions on a school or district basis
  • Review the indoor head injuries in more detail regarding location
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