School Security Referendums Have Mixed Success in Mid-term Elections

School Security Referendums Have Mixed Success in Mid-term Elections | #ESC_LLC #School #Safety #Vote | Here are the school security referendums that either passed or did not pass during this year’s mid-term elections.

With last week’s elections, there were a lot of school security referendums on the ballot. Some passed, and some didn’t. Here are the summaries of some of the bills that were passed or were defeated at the polls.                                                                                                        (Please scroll down)

School Security Referendums Have Mixed Success in Mid-term Elections

The increased security equipment and personnel are in response to the shooting that took place in May. A 13-year-old student and teacher were hospitalized after a boy opened fire at his middle school.

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Other ESC News Articles on school security issues:

Smithville #school resource #officer on leave after using #Taser to wake up a #student in class | #ESC_LLC | The incident happened on Aug. 30 at Liberty Preparatory School, 243 North Milton St. The facility is a community charter school in the village.
Millville faculty getting ‘active #shooter#training | #ESC_LLC #ActiveShooter #Police | The training approach comes from a program developed at the ALICE Training Institute, a security training company based in Medina, Ohio. ALICE is an acronym for a series of its recommended responses to a shooting situation that are taken while waiting for police to arrive: Alert; Lockdown, Inform, Counter, and Evacuate.
Woodlawn #School Installs New #Security #Doors | #ESC_LLC #Students | Anyone visiting Woodlawn High School will soon have to “buzz in” to get into the building as some new security measures are expected to be implemented perhaps as early as this week.
Serving and protecting area #students | #ESC_LLC #Officer #Security | Meigs County School Resource Officer program expands. Grant recipients are required to include over-the-counter and prescription drug abuse prevention education in their programs.
Western Pa. #school districts ramping up #security, technology | #ESC_LLC #Police #Teacher | These are just a few of the questions teachers gathered for a back-to-school safety meeting at Southmoreland School District in Westmoreland County asked Officer Greg Keefer, a school police officer who manages district security, ahead of the first day of school Monday.

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