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May 26, 2022
3:47:58pm
bluebooks Playmaker
Saw this in the news this morning. Speaking of Robb Elementary's plan . . .
"The plan included a “threat reporting system” for “students, parents, staff, and community members” to share information that is deemed “troubling,” which could include information about weapons, threats, fights, drugs, self- harm, suicide or disclosures made that are concerning.” The policy states reports could be made through the district site or to a district staff member. The district also employed a company called Social Sentinel to monitor social media “with a connection to Uvalde as a measure to identify any possible threats that might be made against students and or staff within the school district." Source: https://www.cnn.com/us/live-news/texas-elementary-school-shooting-05-26-22/index.html

It sounds like they had the beginnings of a threat assessment system there at Robb Elementary. The question for me is whether or not it went to the next level.

[Edited to add: My next post gives a source that they already had Threat Assessment Teams in place district wide at every campus.]
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