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education commissioner calls for increased cyber security

Education Commissioner calls for increased cyber security

The New Hampshire Department of Education Commissioner, Frank Edelblut, called for increased cyber security in schools in a recent Concord Monitor column. Commissioner Edelblut...

Governor Sununu adds $10 million to school safety grant program

Governor Sununu is set to increase the school safety preparedness grants by $10 million for a total of almost $30 million, according to the...
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Senate approves $10 million in additional funding for school security

According to the Union Leader, the Senate approved an additional $10 million in funding to "harden" security in public schools: The action came when senators...
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Governor announces members of School Safety Preparedness Task Force

Governor Chris Sununu announced the members of the newly-formed Governor's School Safety Preparedness Task Force, which will be tasked with making recommendations to ensure...

National tragedies spark local action, including a Governor’s Task Force on school safety

The recent mass shooting in Parkland, Florida has prompted communities across New Hampshire to take up the issue of school safety and reflect on...

Portsmouth police chief says that community partnerships & building trust with students are critical...

Portsmouth Police Chief Robert Merner said that community, school, and law enforcement partnerships are important in reaching potentially troubled youth and helping to prevent...

Epping to hold a school safety forum on Thrusday, February 22

Epping High School will hold a school safety forum on Thursday, February 22 at 6 p.m. to share what the school is doing to...

N.H. Attorney General: School Gun Bans Unlawful

Lebanon and other communities that have adopted firearm bans on school grounds will have to revise them to comply with a state law passed...

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