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Investigative Report: School Safety

Chief Friedberg, head of security for the school district, discusses school safety.

Isabel Hanewicz, Staff Writer

February 28, 2014

All three parts of a series on safety and security in schools. It’s the middle of C lunch, about 12:45, and Principal Johnny Bush is on patrol. Walking up and down the breezeway, he monitors the mostly empty halls. He scans every student that passes him, making sure the only people walking around i...

Opinion: Defining School Safety

Officer Lucas, the Student Resource Officer (SRD) for Robinson High School, works on my police report.

Isabel Hanewicz, Staff Writer

February 21, 2014

Part three of a three part series on safety and security in schools. PART THREE: DEFINING SCHOOL SAFETY When I interviewed school security Chief David Friedberg for an article on Robinson’s security, he asked me one question: Do you feel safe in school? Then, it took me by surprise. Did he re...

School Safety Part II: Locked Doors

School Safety Part II: Locked Doors

Isabel Hanewicz, Staff Writer

February 20, 2014

Part two of a three part series on safety and security in schools. PART 2: SECURING THE SCHOOL AND LOCKED DOORS Securing a campus of 1,573 students is no easy job, but it is the number one priority for Principal Johnny Bush. With the help of funding from the district security department and Robi...

School Safety Part I: The Evolution of School Security

School Safety Part I: The Evolution of School Security

Isabel Hanewicz, Staff Writer

February 19, 2014

Part one of a three part series on safety and security in schools. It’s the middle of C lunch, about 12:45, and Principal Johnny Bush is on patrol. Walking up and down the breezeway, he monitors the mostly empty halls. He scans every student that passes him, making sure the only people walking ...

Locked Doors Key to Preventing Theft

A car sits parked in the senior parking lot Wednesday morning. Students should be extra careful to lock their cars and bring all valuables inside with them due to the robberies, and never leave any type of driver's license in their cars.

Isabel Hanewicz, Staff Writer

September 25, 2013

Before the final bell Tuesday afternoon, the administration offered a warning to students: lock you car doors and take your valuables with you. For senior Madison Hull, the warning came too little, too late. Hull's car was broken into late last week while parked in the student parking lot. "I remember...

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