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From making sure the doors are locked to assigning the appropriate number of school resource officers to ensuring there’s an app with a tip line, the measures to make schools in the Williamson County Schools district safe and secure are many and ongoing.
That’s the message WCS Safety and Security Director Mike Fletcher presented to members of the district’s Board of Education and central office staff during Wednesday’s school board retreat at the new Entrepreneurship & Innovation Center. The evening’s agenda also included presentations and discussions on topics such as social media usage, rezoning and growth, and possible state legislation in 2020. However, with the ongoing concern of school violence, the most pertinent subject was school safety.
Per JOHN McBRYDE with Franklin Homepage