“The point of this is for us to be good stewards to these students. It makes sense that someone is watching, because these felonies are public record. We’re really trying to be proactive and show good diligence to our students,” Sherrer said.
A revised tobacco policy will likely be forthcoming, as Bowen indicated Gov. Mary Fallin’s strong push for all state facilities, among them career tech centers, to become totally tobacco-free.
Bowen also said that she and other administrators felt a stronger anti-bullying and harassment policy should be instated, with training for staff included.
Bowen said policies will be voted on within the next two weeks.