The capacity to remotely view the camera footage from mobile devices or laptops will be availed by the administrators of Indian Lake School as a part of an updated emergency response plan submitted to the Ohio Department of Education.
In a rescheduled regular meeting that took place this Tuesday, the Board f Education approved a resolution to submit the school’s latest updated emergency plan to ODE.
“Attack, interference or sabotage” has now become a threat due to which State law requires public schools to update and resubmit the plan every three years in order to protect school security.
The plan submitted consists of 90 pages, covering events of emergency as floods, fires and active shooters.
School officials came in terms with local law enforcement, the first responders and thereby consulted a representative from homeland security for updating the emergency plan.
The administrators said that much focus was on the threat of active shooters, Security cameras are being updated on campus with new technology, and few others will also be added.
A total of 50 security cameras will be employed on the campus of Indian Lake Schools. Footage collected from those cameras will no longer have to be viewed specially on a desktop computer, either.
In fact, local farmers and Indian Lake Parents Kyle and Hillary Knief did presentthe Indian Lake Music Boosters, Superintendent Rob Underwood and Indian Lake Band Director Jason Fauleya grant check of $2,500 from the Bayer Fund. In order to provide grants to local non-profits every year the America’s farmer grow communities program partners with local farmers. The program sponsored by the Bayer Fund provides farmers the chance to support and give back to non-profit organizations they care for in their local communities by enrolling for a chance to direct a donation of $2,500 to a non-profit of their choice.
More instruments seem to be required with more than 170 students participating in band programs at ILMS and ILHS. The money will be utilised in the purchase of new instruments to replace used worn out once and purchase more in order to accommodate the record number of music students.