Board Approves $9 Million for EVSC Safety Improvements

The Indiana Secured School Safety Board approves nine million dollars to help schools improve safety.
The Indiana Secured School Safety Board approves nine million dollars to help schools improve safety.

School corporations around the state are given anywhere between 15,000-50,000 dollars for security equipment or to employ a school resource officer.
   
The EVSC will receive 50,000 dollars.

School Superintendent Doctor David Smith says the school corporation already spends 400,000 dollars a year on school safety.

Five million in state money will be used to buy security equipment. Four million will employ new school resource officers.



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