Can a cellphone app improve school safety?

Can a cellphone app improve school safety?

Yes

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No

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Yes

5 Comments
Annette Tierney
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Annette Tierney

a mobile app has a lot more functionality and can prevent false alarms that are common with panic buttons on a lanyard.

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Amy Grosso
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Amy Grosso

Everyone carriers a cell phone with them everywhere. They find it more important to have than any other object (even a school ID). By utilizing a cell phone for a panic alert system for staff, the entire building is safer.

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Chris Noell
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Chris Noell

Cell phones are like wallets - everyone remembers to bring them so they are at hand during an emergency.

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No

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Harry D
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Harry D

Not nearly as much as common knowledge that schools are protected by lots of teachers with guns and the training to use them to quickly end threats to students. The CPS Board of Ed is putting our children at greater risk by not implementing such a policy. But that's what to expect from liberals.

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Adam
Adam

Yawn 🥱

Harry D
Harry D

Maybe Adam can dream up a better solution than a good gal with a gun stopping a bad guy with a gun while he is sleeping.

Adam
Adam

In fact I can. Neither carry a gun. Or wait and see what happens when that gun a teacher has is misplaced or just taken from them and used in that classroom.

Toasty
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Toasty

I put more faith in people, not an app, for a child's safety. Cell phones should be banned in school. I might compromise if cell phones where locked in a locker (muted) and/or a zero tolerance policy for cell phones in the classroom. In-between classes, lunch, etc is OK.

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Is winter through with us?

Is winter through with us?

Yes

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No

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Yes

0 Comments
No one has commented yet

No

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Philip Kane
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Philip Kane

WHAT WINTER?? THERE HASN'T BEEN A REAL WINTER IN LORD KNOWS HOW MANY YEARS.

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Max DeYoung
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Max DeYoung

We no longer have four seasons. We have climate change. It's the same thing, but the new name instills more fear into the slow, and simple types.

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Has the price of tickets changed your concert plans this year?
KTVZ Asked by KTVZ
558 Votes

Has the price of tickets changed your concert plans this year?

Yes

10

No

4

Yes

10 Comments
💛🖤 RAG 💛🖤
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💛🖤 RAG 💛🖤

Ticket sales should be managed locally instead of selling them through those online companies. And RESALES should be ILLEGAL!! It's ridiculous to pay $450 for a ticket in Bend and $75 in Seattle to see the same band!!

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Patrick Elliott
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Patrick Elliott

Disneyland opened in 1955 with the mission statement of being a family friendly affordable venue. Les Schwab Amphitheater opened in 2002 with the same mission statement. Hayden Homes Amphitheater has chosen a different $$$$$$$ path now unfair to local residents.

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Latterdaysaint
Latterdaysaint

Thanks to biden inflation everything is going up

Tammy Shannon
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Tammy Shannon

You can't afford to go to concerts anymore, ticket prices are out of control. Companies are just too greedy.

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Jeanette Johnson
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Jeanette Johnson

seriously has nothing to do with our President. Very stupid answer. I couldn't believe a ticket in the absolute worst seats $650 at the Q in Yuma Az. I'll just happily wait UNTIL their comedy specials on streaming clean restrooms, no lines for drinks and no traffic with the parking see ya on tv

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Tracy Evans
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Tracy Evans

I won't pay the high prices. It won't change unless people stop paying those high prices. As long as there is someone that will it won't change.

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Darlene McGrady
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Darlene McGrady

I have been to many concerts at this venue, but no more! The price for tickets has increased exponentially, and the service fees PER TICKET are just crazy - $62 per ticket for Chris Stapleton. It would have cost us almost $900 for the two of us to attend. Shame on you Live Nation!

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Duane Wyman
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Duane Wyman

No longer attend live performances, as my MP3 has great sound that I can enjoy from home. Outrageous pricing and fees!! Too bad - gouging the community just like MB. ..

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Michael Scott
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Michael Scott

The thrill is gone at HH ampitheater. Too pricey for what the venue is. Oh, now you can't bring your own chair, you must rent one from them. I'll go elsewhere if I have to spend that much.

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Duane Wyman
Duane Wyman

👍🏻

No

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Rick Allen
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Rick Allen

I would not go to a crowded concert if they paid me $400.00

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Gerald Smith
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Gerald Smith

They have turned a beautiful venue into a gross dollar grab.

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Latterdaysaint
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Latterdaysaint

Everything is going up thanks to biden and the dems

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CB
CB

This has nothing to do with President Biden. You are an embarrassment to your religion and need to change your name and take down your picture.

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