A TEACHER’S ROLE IN ASSURING SAFETY AND SECURITY
DANIEL C. REYES
We consistently encourage our students to excel in their studies by telling them that education is the key to success. This is how we perceive learning as a part of everyday life. If this is the case, then education is essential for living life to the fullest. It is only because a student is breathing that they become prepared for what they may face in life, whether it be a struggle or a win. If education is this complex, it must be addressed with care, safety, and security. Knowing there may be obstacles and hazards, we must guarantee that we establish a safe environment for our students. As a result, students and faculty require a secure and supportive school environment to foster an environment of accomplishment in which everyone feels significant. A safe school is defined as the following. It is one in which the teaching-learning process is not interfered with. It is the location where potential disturbances are minimized. Because of good educational techniques, violence, drugs, bullying, and fear are reduced, if not eradicated. It is a place where pupils are not judged based on their skin color, race, gender preference, socioeconomic class, or disability. It is where school rules and authorities express behavioral expectations. Consequences for noncompliance are, of course, consistently and fairly imposed. Based on these traits, we can determine how we are constructed and whether we attend this type of school. On the one hand, the best strategy for developing safe and encouraging school settings is thought to necessitate a broad-based, organized effort involving school-, district-, and community-wide methods. These include worries about dropout prevention, bullying, punishment practices, mental health awareness, and general school safety issues. Considering all of this, we must recognize the significance of our duties in ensuring the well-being of our students. We can favorably affect their lives if we remember that education may improve life.
-oOoDon Jesus Gonzales High School Pandacaqui, Mexico, Pampanga—Cluster IV