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    August 22, 2022

    Safety & Security are top of mind at Sand Springs Schools

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    SAND SPRINGS, Okla. — Sand Springs schools start back on Monday following a hot summer break.

    Following the Uvalde, Texas school shooting at the end of the school year last year, safety and security is top of mind this year.

    Sand Springs school officials tell 2 News they have been using an app called STOPit for several years. Now, per an executive order by Gov. Kevin Stitt, they will also implement the Rave Panic Button app.

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    The two apps are similar but the differences lie within who can use the apps and their capabilities of them.

    Sherry Durkee, Superintendent of Sand Springs Public Schools, says the STOPit app is more about preventing a tragedy. She explains that STOPit can be used by anyone,
    not just staff.

    “What happens with STOPit is we get a notification when a person reports, whatever it is they report. So in the case of something say something irregular that would indicate there was a threat, then it gives our admin team an opportunity to do some investigation. it’s very preventative.”

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