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Sandoval, school superintendents agree to create school safety group

Mar 13, 2018 by

Nevada is creating a new advisory group on school safety following a shooting last month at a Florida high school that killed 17.

Gov. Brian Sandoval convened superintendents from 15 out of 17 counties on Monday, with the group agreeing unanimously that the state should create a school safety committee. Sandoval said he will sign an executive order creating the group to advise the governor’s office and the 2019 Legislature on campus safety.

A draft of the executive order could be done by the end of this week. The governor said he wants the group to hold at least one meeting before the new school year begins in the fall. Members will include a superintendent from a rural district, one from an urban county, educators, families and behavioral health experts, among others.

 

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