Montville Public Schools Superintendent Pamela Aubin has written a letter to parents to update them on what the district is doing to keep Montville children, teachers and staff safe in the wake of the massacre of 20 first grade children and six educators at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown last Friday.
In her letter, Aubin wrote that early Monday morning, she “convened a brief meeting with principals to ensure that our safety protocols are being followed meticulously and consistency throughout the district.”
She said in each school, staff was making sure all doors are locked and checked, that all staff wear their ID badges at all times, and that, among other measures, anyone coming to a school must have photo ID and school’s were notified of deliveries.
Aubin also wrote that a security meeting is planned for the district’s safety committee and Montville Police, the Resident State Trooper and the Montville Fire Marshal to “review the district safety plan.
The letter, in its entirety, is attached to this story.