SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT ANNOUNCES PUBLIC INFORMATION SESSION ON SCHOOL SAFETY & SECURITY MARCH 8-7 PM AT HIGH SCHOOL

WPCNR SCHOOL DAYS. From the Superintendent of White Plains Schools. February 26, 2018:

Dr. Joseph Ricca, Superintendent of Schools announced  Monday afternoon he will hold a public forum on the state of security in the White Plains Schools where parents and the public can ask him, district pupil personnel staff and security team members about their concerns.

The Information Session will be held from 7 PM to 8 PM on March 8 in White Plains High School auditorium.

The announcement came on Dr. Ricca’s Twitter account, WPCSDSuper@DrJosephRicca.

The White Plains PTA Council and White Plains Public Schools invite you to hear from Dr. Ricca and school staff on these matters:

What security measures are in place at our schools to protect against an active threat?

What are lockdown drills and how often are they conducted?

What additional training do teachers and school staff receive?

Are there armed security personnel in our schools?

Do we have the resources to keep our schools safe?

What steps do we take to identify students who may be in crisis?

What can students do to promote a safe and secure atmosphere at school?

What emotional supports are offered at time of crisis?

How does the district respond to student organized demonstrations?

Additional questions must be submitted in advance to wpptacouncil@gmail.com or upon arrival at the high school prior to 7 PM.

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