2022-2023 SSSP Reporting Window: June 1, 2023 – June 30, 2023
Per TEA’s To the Administrator Addressed from March 4, 2023 – beginning with the 2022-2023 school year,
LEAs will be required to report SSSP team activities by campus as required by Texas Education Code 37.115(k). The
data reporting window will be June 1,2023, through June 30,2023. Here is a sample copy of the 2022-2023 SSSP survey.
The link to the instrument will be sent to each campus principal for the district listed in AskTED. Campus
principals should forward the link to the designated SSSP team member responsible for reporting the data. All team
activities for the school year are required to be reported to the agency by the June 30th deadline.
All contact information should be updated by Friday May 19, 2023. Campus SSSP teams can prepare for data reporting
by collecting the required data prior to receiving the data reporting link. The data reporting questions are
contained in a sample copy of the 2022-2023 SSSP Survey, which can be accessed here.
Behavioral Threat Assessment and Management provides a proactive, evidence-based approach for identifying individuals who may pose a threat and for providing interventions before a violent incident occurs. This toolkit introduces the concept of threat assessment and outlines how a threat assessment program functions in a school setting.
An effective, functioning threat assessment team is a critical component of keeping your school safe and preventing violence. This toolkit presents the process of how a threat assessment team identifies, assesses, and manages threats. The toolkit also includes guidance and resources for forming and implementing a team in your school or district.
As required by the 86th Texas Legislature and SB 11, the Texas School Safety Center, in coordination with the Texas Education Agency, has developed model policies and procedures to assist school districts in establishing and training threat assessment teams now mandated by TEC Sec. 37.220.
Model Policies and Procedures