Staying safe at school: Ohio district's plan for threats, focus on students' mental health
from The Suburbanite
Louisville City Schools Superintendent Steve Milano said he can assure parents the district takes every precaution possible to keep kids safe — from putting cameras at building entrances to practicing lock-down drills with students. But what he can't do, he said, is promise parents their children won't be harmed at school. "I don't know if I can guarantee any child's safety anymore," Milano said.
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