College Station ISD School Board Adds Sheriff’s Deputies And Private Security Guards To Comply With A New State Law

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College Station ISD school board members at the end of Tuesday’s meeting, decide how to comply with a new state law requiring one armed guard on each campus.

Without public comment, CSISD board members unanimously approve deputy superintendent Molley Perry’s recommendation to hire a private security company to place armed guards at ten elementary and three intermediate schools.

The estimated cost of the private security guards, $672,000 dollars, will come from CSISD’s general fund.

The CSISD board also agreed to add a second sheriff’s deputy at Consolidated and College Station high schools. College View high school and CSISD’s three middle schools will continue to have one deputy.

Click below for comments from Molley Perry during the August 15, 2023 CSISD board meeting.


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