Some Hood Elementary School parents are unhappy with the way they were notified after a teacher discovered gunshot damage to the campus’s portable addition on Monday morning.
Kalamazoo Public Schools plans to use a $442,773 grant from the Michigan State Police Office of School Safety to purchase new tools for mass communication.
Much like cities, campuses are embracing sophisticated artificial intelligence and datadriven solutions to understand, mitigate and solve security and operational challenges.
Make no mistake, mass notification solutions are a critical necessity no matter what size your campus is.
Ionia Public Schools is installing an emergency notification system.
Quincy Public Schools has installed dozens of emergency call buttons on its campuses as a school safety measure.
If passed, Senate Bill 267 would create a panic button alert system for Oklahoma schools.
Schools in Douglas County are introducing an access card system and crisis alert system to improve safety on their campuses.
Dennis-Yarmouth Regional School officials recently announced plans to implement an app for communication with law enforcement.
Centerville City schools have implemented a new radio system that will let them communicate more easily with each other and with local law enforcement.