8D275031444501FC8725847B0064C981 Hearing Summary CLICS/CLICS2019A/commsumm.nsfPUBLICBILL SUMMARY For PARENT STUDENTS TEACHERS PANELSINTERIM COMMITTEE SCHOOL SAFETY COMMITTEEDate Sep 20, 2019 Location Old State Library Parent Students Teachers Panels - Committee Discussion Only Attachment Tag File Name aDocAttachment http://www2.leg.state.co.us/CLICS/CLICS2019A/commsumm.nsf/0/E5CB83227388...$File/190920 AttachE.pdf?OpenElement 12:20:54 PM Maddie Grey, representing Juliette Lewis, read a statement from Ms. Lewis about her experience with drills and mental health crises. 12:25:45 PM Ellie Perlmutter, representing herself, spoke about her experience as a member of the "lockdown generation." 12:28:23 PM Maximus Montano, representing himself, spoke about his experience as a survivor of the STEM School shooting in May 2019. 12:30:18 PM Vrishank Bikkumalla, representing himself, discussed his experience as a student at STEM High School in May 2019. 12:34:36 PM Sami Powers, representing herself, talked about her fears for her children when they are at school. 12:38:45 PM Kari Eckert, representing Robbie's Hope, spoke about her son's death by suicide. She distributed materials to the committee (Attachment E). 12:41:53 PM Meagan Fishell, representing herself, spoke about her ex-husband's experience as a student at Columbine. 12:45:55 PM Scott Rathbunn, representing himself, spoke about his experience as a student at Columbine High School. 12:49:58 PM John Campanesci, representing the Colorado Education Association's School Safety Committee, discussed his experience with school safety and his impressions of the best way to address the issue. 12:56:21 PM Char Armstrong, representing herself, discussed her experience as a mental health professional in a Colorado school. 01:01:53 PM The panelists responded to questions from the committee about the use of the materials developed by the I Love U Guys Foundation. The committee recessed for lunch.