Speech to Text for Whitesboro Community Night
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shipman. around 50 whitesboro parents and students turned out to the district's community night... an event designed to teach families about school safety and social misecurity. parents were invite ask questions ..and share concerns. --newschannel 2's audrey russo has more. "nats parents approached the mic one by one....tosk whitboro school officials how another parkland could be prevented at their child's school. " when your kids go to school yu can't control everying tt happe outse " installing security film looking at ways to harden erances l themployees will have an id bad we're looking at upgrading ouph system which is really the first step for us to velopinan integred serity systemstandup these new designed to keep kids safe whenl medithat both safy and scho officials saying many problems tend to originate" meet me whisper a types of apps are basically nots for anything good it's used to talk to strangers you have to unrstanth ll phone these days it's not justge givinghem a tool th can basilly do a lot of thin" both d socially so on it's imrnt to sy inform" will enlt parents aspar really work with them to make our schos a safer placeencouragt only monitor their child'sonle . " we have to be careful what wea in a lot of situations because in many cases the fit and seconand thd piece of informaon we mightget y accurate once that's out the ona it'svery difficult ttake back staying on the story-- audrey joining us live..... and audrey...that last sound bite..he surintendent watalking abt pare media....what does that mean exactly? well, he mentioned that...with more and more students getting cell phones....they tend to text their parents during the day.....and when some ese rumo start in school...he says sometimes parents...getting that information from their kids....can spread misinofmration on social media before an investigation is through. so what did he suggest for parents to do if they are afriad their child is in danger at school? he said to call the school......and that often, the parents will be notified as soon as a lock down, or lock out begins....at leasoneparent saidt they didn't feel they were notfieid early enough in advance the last time there was an emergency. the school said they are working to move toward a more transparent