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2,431 and did lots of excellent reading! The money raised will go to the Betty Morgan Scholarship Fund. Today the Deerpark Police were contacted when an empty shell casing was found in the HS Boys’ locker room. An investigation was conducted by the building level team.
It was determined that there was no credible threat. In an effort to ensure open communication, we are making our Learning Community aware of this. All Port Jervis Odyssey of the Mind Teams Win Second Place! March 10th, 2018 – Port Jervis, NY – Both HBE Port Jervis Odyssey of the Mind teams took 2nd place at the 2018 regional tournament at Orange-Ulster BOCES in Goshen held on March 10!
Thursday, March 8th, at 6:00 pm at the Port Jervis High School. Renowned math education consultants, Greg Tang, Sr. Thank you for attending our community presentation to give the public the opportunity to review the procedures and practices that are currently in place in our District-wide and Building Safety Plans and discuss future improvements we are implementing in the very near future. As discussed, there will be building improvements and changes in our communications protocol. We will also have a police officer permanently stationed in our buildings. Again, we apologize for the lack of communication to our parents, faculty, staff, and our students.
Our students’ safety is our first priority. Foremost, it should be stated that on behalf of the Board of Education, it is clear that our Community’s expectation is that we ensure the safety and security of our most precious assets, the students, our children. We share this unwavering interest as we consider the safety of our children to be our highest priority. We met on February 26th to allow the Board of Education to be apprised of each and every detail of the series of unrelated events that have taken place over the past few weeks and to review our procedures and practices in our District-wide and Building Safety Plans. These unrelated events do bear, in varying levels, confidential information regarding staff and students. The objective of this meeting was to provide the Board with the information gathered by our legal department, administration and the chiefs of both the Deerpark and Port Jervis Police Departments.
This information will allow us to continue to grow and improve, not only in how we respond to such events, but how we communicate the essential information to the parents, guardians, students, faculty and staff of our District. It is important to let you know that we are having an informational night for the community. This Wednesday, February 28, at 6 pm in the HS Cafeteria, we will have a presentation on the safety measures currently in place in our district, as well as an update on many of the plans we are implementing in the very near future. I want to reiterate, safety is paramount – and I want to stress that there was no credible threat to our schools or our students.
The four unrelated events, while each involving the police as well as school investigations, were not considered credible threats to our schools. Unfortunately, they occurred in close proximity to each other time wise and followed the horrific tragedy in Parkland Florida, and we as a district did not do an acceptable job in means of communicating to our parents, faculty, staff, and our students. Thank you and I look forward to seeing you at the community presentation this Wednesday evening. The Port Jervis City School District Central Administration will be holding a public presentation in the Port Jervis High School Cafeteria on Wednesday, February 28, 2018 at 6:00 pm. The purpose of this meeting is to discuss safety and security measures.
Doors open at 6:30, dinner begins being served at 7 PM. 90 minutes of comedy to follow! Come enjoy a night of laughter while helping to support the HBE PTA! These budding authors been working on non-fiction writing. As we grapple with the unimaginable occurring once again in one of our nation’s schools, it provides a clear reminder to all in the field of education that ensuring the safety and security of our school buildings must remain in the forefront of our thoughts and efforts. To this end, we are writing to share important information, as well as to provide insight on the safety and security measures employed to protect our students, your children.