Superintendent Deb Henton

For a long time, schools were viewed as safe places where youth went to learn academics, and experience events that helped them grow into well-rounded adults. Sure, there were the occasional scuffles or hallway fistfights, but the violence usually ended when school staff intervened and someone was sent to detention or suspended. But since 1999—when […]

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