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Jan. 23, 2013Albany, MO |  By: Holley

Albany School Board

The Albany Board of Education is continuing to look for ways to keep its students safest when at school.

During their meeting earlier this week, the board heard a report from Superintendent John Rhinehart regarding school safety. Rhinehart says he met with the Gentry County Sheriff and the Missouri State Highway Patrol and superintendents from Stanberry and King City to discuss safety issues in schools. Rhinehart says the Albany school district has safety procedures in place but the board will continue to study the issue.

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Rhinehart says the board will take its time in implementing any further safety procedures. He says the board wants to make sure any procedures implemented are the right actions to keep students safe.