Lexington, SC (WOLO) — In tonight’s ABC’s of Education, Lexington School District One wants to start a dialogue about school safety. With school threats being reported across the county, the district says they want members of the community to know they are fully committed to keeping facilities safe and secure. The district works in tandem with the Lexington County Sheriff’s…
Richland Two introduces “CrisisAlert” badges, allowing teachers to signal emergencies and initiate lockdowns
According to Centegix officials, by pressing the button on the badge three times, the teacher or staff member can signal a medical emergency. Eight clicks or more initiates a schoolwide lockdown, calls 911, and alerts the police to the teacher’s exact location on campus.
Richland School District Two held their weekly board meeting earlier Tuesday.
Source: Lexington School District Two WEST COLUMBIA, S.C. (WOLO) – Metal detectors will be used regularly at Lexington Two stadiums and arenas starting Monday, November 28, according to Lexington School District Two. Lexington Two officials say the new measures is apart of the school districts commitment to the safety of students, families, employees, and community members. All event attendees will…
“The Newberry community has been deeply impacted by this weekend’s events, which has led to the loss of four young lives. No parent, friend, teacher is ever prepared to face a tragedy like this. I want to thank the local law enforcement agencies for their work and support and we will continue to work with them to make certain our schools are safe and secure.”