The event is set for Thursday, Oct. 27 at 7 p.m. at Stoneham High School. It will aim to give attendees a chance to learn about topics ranging from mental health and substance use to online safety, as noted in Ljungberg’s announcement.
The event will include discussions on the role of Stoneham’s school resource officer, building security, bicycle safety and Halloween safety ahead of the upcoming holiday.
The Stoneham Schools are planning additional opportunities to learn about ALICE training, which has been implemented to address potential active shooter situations.
There will be information on other drills and school safety protocols as well.