The goal of the Safety and Security Committee is to address concerns, gather input, and update the CVUSD Safety Plan.
The Cajon Valley Union School District is making sure its safety and security procedures are up to date.
In 2018, the district launched its school safety plan following the deadly Parkland High School shooting in Florida. With shootings still a growing threat across the country, the district is taking a step further.
“It’s something that we revisit every year, practice training protocols tools, everything,” said Dr. Superintendent, David Miyashiro.
The district along with the El Cajon Police Department and San Diego County Sheriff’s Office are once again working together to beef up their prevention strategies and response for all 27 district area schools.
“To have that collaboration, to have that open-minded communication is super important to accomplish that goal,” Mike Moulton, Chief of Police El Cajon Police Department.