Free Design for School Safety Workshop in Bemidji, MN

Join us for a free Design for School Safety Workshop hosted by Bemidji High School, Bemidji, MN

January 30, 2019
9:00-11:00 AM

Bemidji High School
Lumberjack Room
2900 Division Street W
Bemidji, MN 56601


Have you done all you can to keep your school safe from an active shooter?

According to USA Today, school shootings rose 117% in the US in 2017, the largest single year rise in history. In Minnesota, at least 13 active shooter events have occurred since 2007.

During this event, we’ll focus on the physical security of students through safety preparedness, with a special emphasis on facility design.


Register by January 25 for this free Design for School Safety Workshop to learn:

  • How to make your school a safer place where students can learn and be nurtured without fear of unimaginable consequences
  • Design safety considerations that will mitigate the threat of violent intruders
  • Common shooter characteristics

Plus, participate in an interactive facility walk-through to practice identifying security risks.

Who should attend?

  • Superintendents
  • Principals
  • Teachers
  • Facility Maintenance Personnel
  • School Staff
  • Local Law Enforcement
  • School Board Members
EAPC Architect Sean Sugden and North Dakota Safety Council Master Instructor Don Moseman inform school leaders, local law enforcement, and fire department on safe design measures
Register for this Free Event

Space is limited to the first 50 registrants
Only 20 spots left.
Register by January 25


This workshop will be presented by:


Don Moseman, Master Instructor, North Dakota Safety Council
Sean Sugden, Senior Architect, EAPC Architects Engineers


Learn More About the Presenters


This workshop is a collaboration between Bemidji Area Schools, North Dakota Safety Council, and EAPC Architects Engineers.

Learn more about our Design for School Safety Initiative or visit our Facebook Event Page to ask questions and join the discussion about this important workshop.