How to handle crisis situations with care: That is what the security team at the Monticello Central School District will soon be learning. Time Warner Cable News’ Jackson Wang has more on the training program.
MONTICELLO, N.Y. — Every day, disputes, disagreements, and conflicts are bound to develop between students in a school. While most are harmless, school officials are concerned about the few that get verbally or physically violent.
“You never can tell these days where a threat may come from,” said Tammy Mangus, Monticello School District superintendent.
To be prepared, the district will soon be training its security team on how to handle disruptive situations and prevent them from escalating.