This idea was on the NAAE list serve and I thought many of you would be interested in doing this before you leave for convention. Cindy W. Greene Region Coordinator Central Region Agriculture Education Georgia Department of Education 711 Highway 57 West Swainsboro, Ga. 30401 478-289-2552 [log in to unmask] ----- Forwarded by Cindy Greene/SIA/DOE/GADOE on 10/15/2007 09:30 AM ----- "Shomo, Sally W." <[log in to unmask]> Sent by: [log in to unmask] 10/11/2007 09:05 AM To <[log in to unmask]> cc Subject [Usaged-l] Better safe than sorry... Something to think about as we prepare for our trip to Indianapolis... *An additional layer of security...for our students I hope this never happens, but if you lost a student at the National FFA Convention or on any field trip, would you be able to give authorities a good description of this student? In time of panic, you probably wouldn't even be able to identify your own child. Before you leave for convention, take a picture of each child on your digital camera. Then if you need an up-to-date picture, you've got it. Better to be safe, than sorry. According to statistics, 61% of missing children can be found if there is an immediate picture. Just something to think about. Sally W. Shomo Sally W. Shomo NAAE Region VI Vice President Agricultural Education Instructor/FFA Advisor Beverley Manor Middle School 58 Cedar Green Road Staunton, VA 24401 (540) 886-5806 [log in to unmask] Live simply. Love generously. Care deeply. Speak kindly.