Student Safety

Read: Indiana Awards $19 Million in School Safety Grants

Indiana Awards $19 Million in School Safety Grants

Funding went to several areas of school safety including SROs, technology, mental health support and active event warning systems.

Read: School Districts Continue to Evaluate Security and Implement Upgrades

School Districts Continue to Evaluate Security and Implement Upgrades

It is becoming more common for school districts to asses school security to help decide what changes or upgrades may be needed.

Read: Dozens of UCLA, UC Berkeley Buildings Deemed ‘Seismically Deficient’

Dozens of UCLA, UC Berkeley Buildings Deemed ‘Seismically Deficient’

Sixty-two examined UC Berkeley buildings pose a “serious” risk to life and have a “poor” chance of remaining intact in the event of a large earthquake.

Read: Univ. of Florida Band Director Slammed to Ground By Miami Fan

Univ. of Florida Band Director Slammed to Ground By Miami Fan

The incident created conversation about safety and security provided for visiting teams when competing at neutral stadium.

Read: Rookie Colony High School SRO Named SRO of the Year

Rookie Colony High School SRO Named SRO of the Year

Officer Omar Montemayor said working with students has inspired him to enroll at the University of North Texas to finish his college degree.

Read: 38 Former Yeshiva Univ. High School Students File Sexual Abuse Lawsuit

38 Former Yeshiva Univ. High School Students File Sexual Abuse Lawsuit

The suit says one accused rabbi was promoted to principal even after receiving several allegations of abuse from parents.

Read: NYC School Installs 150-Pound Bullet-Resistant Doors

NYC School Installs 150-Pound Bullet-Resistant Doors

The doors, which can be locked from the inside with a turn of the thumb, are made of galvanized steel and reinforced inside with metal bars.

Read: Sheriff: Armed Palm Beach County School Security Officers Weren’t Properly Trained

Sheriff: Armed Palm Beach County School Security Officers Weren’t Properly Trained

The firm hired to train armed security for Palm Beach County charter schools was passing students who failed shooting tests, among other things.

Read: This Mich. School’s $48 Million Reno Aims to Mitigate Active Shooter

This Mich. School’s $48 Million Reno Aims to Mitigate Active Shooter

The building’s new design includes curved hallways meant to cut down on an active shooter’s sightline and a “shadow zone” in each classroom.

Read: 6 Shot, Including 2 Children, in Weekend Campus Shootings

6 Shot, Including 2 Children, in Weekend Campus Shootings

An 8-year-old girl was shot and killed near a St. Louis high school, making her the twelfth child since June to lose their life to gun violence in the city.

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