Molak to deliver keynote at Texas School Safety Conference

Maurine Molak, mother of the late David Molak and driving force behind the recently-enacted “David’ Law,” will serve as keynote speaker for the Texas School Safety Conference June 10-14 at the Omni Bayfront Hotel in Corpus Christi. 

The conference, organized by the Texas School Safety Center (TxSSC) at Texas State University, is themed “Partnering Today for a Safer Tomorrow.” The event will provide a platform for educators, administrators, school-based law enforcement and school safety professionals to collaborate and work together towards creating and fostering a safe and secure learning environment.

The conference will feature national speakers and informative breakout sessions that offer evidence-based practices, resources, and information on the most relevant components of school safety and security. Molak will deliver her presentation, “David’s Law and Cyberbullying,” on June 13. “David’s Law” relates to harassment, bullying and cyberbullying of a public-school student, a charter school student or a minor, and encourages certain mental health programs for public school students while also increasing criminal penalties and providing civil remedies for bullying. 

In addition to the keynote address, the conference will feature various breakout sessions that address topics such as dating violence, gang violence, school safety and the courts, human trafficking, active shooter incidents, youth drug culture, sexting and cyberbullying, disaster response, and a “Stop the Bleed” course.

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