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Getting The Most From Grants

School safety grants are a great way to get your school upgraded with a complete visitor management system. Sometimes though, schools are only given money for part of a system. Grant applications ask you to explain in detail the way the new equipment can help. Here...

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Halloween Safety Tips

Halloween is here again, and you know what that means! Ghosts, ghouls and goblins will be out trick-or-treating! We want to share some tips that will help make sure you and your family have a fun and safe time.   When putting on costumes, make sure they are...

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Williamsburg-James City Schools Step Up Security

Halloween is here again, and you know what that means! Ghosts, ghouls and goblins will be out trick-or-treating! We want to share some tips that will help make sure you and your family have a fun and safe time.   When putting on costumes, make sure they are...

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Clearview Moves Forward with Safety Plans

Martinsville, VA - Across the Henry County School District, schools have been improving safety procedures for the upcoming school year. Throughout the county, all doors to a school are locked during the day except for the front entrance. Clearview Early Childhood...

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Building Security Protocol

Enid, OK - "There is nothing more important than the safety of our students and staff," said Enid Public Schools Superintendent Darrell Floyd. Within the past year, school districts all over the nation have been searching for ways to increase their level of security....

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Increasing School Safety Measures

Williamsburg, VA- Officials in Williamsburg-James City County Schools wanted to take steps to ensure their students safety with cameras, key card entrances and installing Ident-A-Kid in all schools. W-JCC will use Ident-A-Kid as a visitor registration program that...

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Registered Offender Flagged

COLLINSVILLE, VA - On February 6, 2018, Deputy T.D. Robertson of Henry County Sheriff's department was called to G.W. Carver Elementary by school officials because a registered sex offender tried to enter the school. The principal told Deputy Robertson that the...

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