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School resource officers schedule another lockdown drill before end of semester

School resource officers schedule another lockdown drill before end of semester

Alanna Wu

November 10, 2018

School resource officers (SROs) at CHS are organizing another lockdown drill before the end of the semester. For this particular drill, officers plan to implement more discussion about possible scenarios with a shooter and the appropriate actions to take. SRO Scott Moore said the goal of these lockdo...

School Resource Officers (SROs) to change set-up of anonymous alert system

School Resource Officers (SROs) to change set-up of anonymous alert system

Alanna Wu

October 11, 2018

School Resource Officers (SROs) at CHS plan to change the anonymous alert system so that alerts are no longer fully anonymous. According to SRO Scott Moore, this is so that officers can reach students who may be in imminent danger at the time of the alert. “Before, (we couldn’t) unless they left their informa...

School Resource Officers work to restrict access to open doors before, after school

School Resource Officers work to restrict access to open doors before, after school

Alanna Wu

September 4, 2018

School Resource Officers (SROs) are working to implement new safety measures at CHS by restricting the number of doors open both before and after school. Starting Sept. 4, students and staff can only enter the school through Doors 1, 4, 7 , 9, 13, 21, 22 and 29. SROs will open these doors at 7 a.m. ea...

Online Harassment? Students, staff define online harassment, reflect on its effects

Online Harassment? Students, staff define online harassment, reflect on its effects

Raphael Li

April 20, 2018

To most students, the bell at the end of fourth period signals the end of school. But, for Claire Estabrook, Instagram model and senior, it is not only the end of the school day but also the start of a time when she can focus more on her social media accounts online as a model. Estabrook is not alo...

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Racial inequality is not as prevalent in law enforcement incidents as people may think.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Racial inequality is not as prevalent in law enforcement incidents as people may think.

perspectives

October 9, 2015

I am responding to the article you wrote in the HiLite school magazine. I started my police career in 1984 as an Indiana State Trooper assigned to Hamilton County. I left the State Police in 1990 when I joined the Carmel Police Department. I was the first black officer Carmel hired on the Police Department....