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The Rochester School Board has affirmed its commitment to public safety, prompted by a recent violent incident involving an elementary school student.
"We will continue to take a close look at how we manage traffic at our schools," said Dr. Nancy Ross, RCSB president. "We want to make sure that whatever we do continues to serve students and neighborhoods while providing maximum security for our schools and students."
The decision follows a month of discussion and debate as well as a vote by the board to impose additional transportation restrictions at several Rochester elementary schools.
The result was a ban on loading and unloading from private vehicles, which the board recently rewrote to allow those activities only between the hours of 6 a.m. and 6 p.m.
Other policies implemented during the board's summer break include no more than three patrons at a time in RCSB's new organic lunches, the hiring of a full-time security officer and the purchase of roughly $90,000 worth of school-safe exercise equipment.
The board also voted to require staff in attendance at public board meetings to wear distinctive items, like badges or name tags, and to require long pants for employees who work in schools.
Although some board members have said they supported the measures, others balked at additional measures that they said would jeopardize the safety of elementary school students and their teachers.