April 26, 2018
The Bandera Bulletin recently reported that Medina ISD is going through some safety changes to make their school a better place for their students and faculty.
The Bandera Bulletin states in their April 24th article, “Safety has become the most important topic at our district, and our board is dedicated to implementing numerous, new safety programs at our district in the upcoming days. It is certainly a shame that this is the world we live in, but the safety of our students is top priority at Medina ISD.
In order to continue our fight against drugs, the Medina ISD board of trustees has approved and adopted mandatory drug testing for all students involved in extracurricular activities or students that drive on to campus.
The board had also approved and adopted new, keyless entry systems and single points of entry at campus locations.
Our biggest addition is the installation of a full-time police chief who will work full time at Medina ISD.
New cameras and safety monitoring systems are all being implemented into our overall system, and we will not cut any corners to keep our campuses safe.
The board of trustees at Medina ISD is proactive and progressive when it comes to the safety of our children and is focused on its vision of safety.”
Photo used is from the Medina ISD website.