JAMESTOWN – The Jamestown Public School district is seeking the public’s input on their proposed safety plan for the upcoming school year.
District-Wide Safety Plans are comprehensive, plans that provide broad concepts, policies and procedures, including the number and types of safety drills to be completed each year.
There have been a number of safety measures developed. Examples include the installation of video cameras on school grounds, the presence of school safety officers, ID badges that will be worn by faculty and staff, and buildings to be locked during the day.
Following the public comment period, the plan will be presented to the Board of Education for approval.
The plan can be found at jpsny.org/safetyplan. Input for the plan is open for public comment until September 9.
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