As Fayette County Public Schools (FCPS) approaches the fifth anniversary of its Comprehensive 10-Point Safety Investment Plan, Superintendent Demetrus Liggins has asked to reconvene the District Safety Advisory Council to examine progress and assess the next steps to continue providing secure campuses for students to learn and staff to work. “Over the next few months, the council will review data, discuss best practices, and ultimately provide recommendations for the Fayette County Board of Education to consider as we work together to evolve and continuously improve safety on all FCPS campuses,” said FCPS Police Chief Martin Schafer.
- Feb. 2 recap – An update on progress and implementation of the safety plan
- Feb. 9 recap – Student panel shares their needs, concerns, and recommendations
- Feb. 16 recap – Experts’ advice on refining best practices in school safety, mental health, and juvenile justice
Council work session: March 30
Contact: Molly Stark, FCPS Police Department, (859) 381-4204
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