Slaton ISD has adopted a new safety plan, one that will standardize the language used in the event of an emergency.
The move is part of a broader safety plan that the school has been implementing each new school year, along with an additional officer in the district’s police department.
“We are working on a school safety plan with the chief (SISD Police Chief James Williams) and Betty Driver. We have drills and practices, but the language that we use hasn’t been standardized,” Supt. Julee Becker told the board of trustees. “We are moving to five basic drills and will use the same language, announcements and symbols on all our campuses.”
Read more in this week’s edition of The Slatonite.