At the June meeting of the Dade County Board of Education, Superintendent Josh Ingle opened by discussing the new proposal for county-wide school security through a partnership with InTech Security Systems. On July 6th, the Dade County Board of Education will be meeting with several members of local and state-wide EMA services to discuss school security.

“I’ll make it known now,” said Ingle, “in the event that anybody comes on any one of our campuses intending to hurt our students or our employees, there will be consequences.” Ingle said that there are and will always be room where the school system can improve security at the schools, and that the Board of Education is making that a priority.

You may watch the entire school-board meeting and the interview where Superintendent Ingle goes into further detail on the K-WIN Today program below:

by Orey Yates