For years, we’ve heard from community members and school board candidates express concern about how the St. Joseph School District is handling behavior problems in its buildings. One way is some new technology, installed in four schools.
It may not look like much but officials with the school district say these new detectors are making a big difference in the high schools. “This is just one more layer to what we think best meets the needs of our students for the safety and security and our staff,” Dr. Robert Sigrist, Director of Non-Academic Services said.
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