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Learn how to determine the Potentially Dangerous Student from the Prankster and learn about a NEW researched based Assessment Tool
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The "National School Safety Center" 
warns that
children showing two, possibly three or more of these traits may become predisposed to violence.

  1. Has tantrums and uncontrollable angry outbursts.

  2. Has been truant, suspended or expelled from school.

  3. Has little or no supervision and support from parents or a caring adult.

  4. Prefers reading materials dealing with violent themes, rituals and abuse.

  5. Characteristically resorts to name calling, cursing or abusive language.

  6. Habitually makes violent threats when angry.

  7. Has previously brought a weapon to school.

  8. Has a background of serious disciplinary problems.

  9. Has a background of drug, alcohol or other substance abuse or dependency.

  10. Has few or no close friends.

  11. Is preoccupied with weapons, explosives or other incendiary devices.

  12. Displays cruelty to animals.

  13. Has witnessed or been a victim of neglect or abuse in the home.

  14. Has been bullied and/or bullies or intimidates peers or younger children.

  15. Tends to blame others for difficulties and problems they cause.

  16. Consistently prefers TV shows, reading materials, movies or music expressing violent themes, rituals and abuse.

  17. Reflects anger, frustration and the dark side of life in school writing projects.

  18. Is involved with a gang or an antisocial group on the fringe of peer acceptance.

  19. Is often depressed and has significant mood swings.

  20. Has threatened or attempted suicide.

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