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August 13, 2006

That nice feeling of security

Filed under: cultural values, San Antonio — texased @ 5:51 am

NISD News Story – Northside Independent School District:

On March 23, 2001, the Northside ISD launched Safeline, a proactive telephone hotline designed to increase safety at Northside Schools. Now entering its fifth year, the system continues to be an integral part, along with the new video surveillance equipment installed at the high schools this past year, to enhance the safety and security efforts of our students and employees.

Too bad it doesn’t doesn’t include buses or elementary schools.

WOAI: San Antonio News – Child Beaten Unconscious On School Bus:

The Northside Independent School District says a fourth grade boy was beaten and kicked in the back of a crowded school bus Friday morning. The students were being taken to McDermott Elementary School off Huebner.

4 Comments »

  1. […] Too bad it doesn’t doesn’t include buses or elementary schools … Posted by texasedGood article i think.Link to original article […]

    Pingback by Northside isd Blog Digest - That nice feeling of security — October 26, 2006 @ 4:06 pm

  2. […] Too bad it doesn’t doesn’t include buses or elementary schools … Posted by texasedI’ll keep searching for more interesting materialsLink to original article […]

    Pingback by Woai Blog Digest - That nice feeling of security — October 26, 2006 @ 4:08 pm

  3. And I don’t understand why some are against the idea of a CCTV system in schools. Video surveillance is not at all that bad, and please let’s not bring up the issue of privacy when it is the safety of our kids that we should be concerned about.

    Comment by Renee — April 25, 2007 @ 9:47 am

  4. I’m not necessarily against the surveillance system. I just think that it’s sad that on an elementary school bus, not a single kid said anything to the bus driver until they got off the bus.

    Comment by texased — April 25, 2007 @ 7:29 pm


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