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Security, finances dominate Cherokee Public School Board at Monday meeting

 


The board handled a little business at its regular meeting July 11, but much of the meeting was spent listening to the superintendent's efforts to improve security at the schools, especially given recent events such as the shooting at Uvalde High School in Texas.

Security Issues Addressed

The first item Schanbacher mentioned was a new phone app being provided to schools by the state department (per an executive order by Gov. Kevin Stitt). This free app could make the school a safer place.

The app “gives any staff member in school direct access to 911 services in the event of an emergenc...



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