Missouri School Safety Association2018-11-30T11:48:44+00:00

Purpose

The purposes of the Missouri School Safety Association include improving the existing programs and promoting new programs of safety education in cooperation with public and private agencies, & acquiring and disseminating accurate information concerning school safety, security, and health.

The association hopes to bring members from all areas of safety and security together to provide a united voice on safety matters for public schools, private schools, and higher education.

Membership in MOSSA is available in the following categories:

  • Member:  Current or former school personnel who are responsible for a broad program of school safety and/or any other persons interested in the field of safety and safety education.
  • Student membership: Students preparing for careers in school safety or related fields. These members cannot serve in officer positions or vote.
  • Corporate Membership:  Any individual who has a product or service that would be used in the field of school safety.  These members cannot serve in officer positions or vote.

Enroll in MOSSA Membership here.

View Enrollment Flyer


MOSSA Schools & Colleges Safety Workshop & Region E Meetings


March 29, 2019
9:30am – 3pm
Three Rivers College, Sikeston Campus
Sikeston Room
1401 S Main Street
Sikeston, MO 63801

Register Now


Additional School Safety Resources

Contact

Missouri School Safety Association (MOSSA)
Gerry Lee – Associate Executive Director
573-638-7501, ext. 413
lee@mosba.org

Zac Rantz – Nixa Public Schools
417-449-3295
zacrantz@nixaschools.net

Benefits of a MOSSA Membership

I wanted to let you know that we are going to receive the COPS grant.  Around 200,000 will be spent to improve the overall safety of our district.  I would not have known about this grant if you (Scott Ezell, Region E) had not forwarded the link.  This is what makes MOSSA and networking so important.  Your diligence as our area representative is invaluable to our district and our Fredericktown Police Department.  Thank you so much!

Mr. Shannon Henson
Assistant Superintendent
Fredericktown R-1 School District