Algoma School District to decide on revised school safety plans

By Terry Kovarik


The Algoma School District Board of Education will decide Monday whether to approve revised safety plans for the elementary and the middle and high schools. The safety plans are required to be revised yearly by the Wisconsin Department of Justice and are needed so districts can apply for safety grants. Business Manager Jason Melotte says those grants will help the Algoma district obtain and install “Raptor” an instantaneous background check system.



Melotte says among the changes to this year’s safety plans were the submission of each school’s blueprints and to the DOJ.  The board meets at 6:30 Monday evening at the district office on Division Street in Algoma.

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