Southside security
Curious

War, WV

#1 Dec 20, 2012
I wonder what Southside's security policy is..I mean come on anybody could of come in there today. It's not just today either, they buzz everybody in & there's usually only one person seating at a desk away from the window.
Smh

War, WV

#2 Dec 20, 2012
Very true
Parent

War, WV

#3 Dec 21, 2012
Curious wrote:
I wonder what Southside's security policy is..I mean come on anybody could of come in there today. It's not just today either, they buzz everybody in & there's usually only one person seating at a desk away from the window.
i think they do a pretty good job there they love and protect out kids
Curious

War, WV

#4 Dec 21, 2012
They may love them but they are far from protected. When you can walk in & out of the school then there's a problem esp after the tragic loses in CT.
muble
#5 Dec 22, 2012
Curious wrote:
They may love them but they are far from protected. When you can walk in & out of the school then there's a problem esp after the tragic loses in CT.
are kids are not protected there they dont care about the kids. Most of them even hate there job's and the kids.
Southside

War, WV

#6 Dec 22, 2012
The school doors were wide open Thur. with men in camo there. They were there to see their kids but how did we know. There was no in the office or in the halls . I ran to my kids room all was save but for how long? Look at your kids today and think what those parents are looking at nothing. It can happen here. This is a warning people speak out now or for every miss your child.
yep

War, WV

#7 Dec 23, 2012
If someone really wants to get into a school, do you really think a locked front door will stop them? Or they could just wait on someone else to get buzzed in and grab the door behind them. Not all gunmen look like bad guys. It's just a risk we take. I say arm the staff or at least a few.
Judy

War, WV

#8 Dec 25, 2012
The back doors are not guarded and anyone can go in and out anytime! Go try it ... you'll see!
Curious

War, WV

#9 Dec 25, 2012
This is ridulous..we as parents have to do something to fix this. As for "Yep", yes I do believe a locked door will disturn a gunman, it may not stop them completely but someone inside will @ least have a heads up.
how

United States

#10 Dec 26, 2012
Your kids will most likely be pill heads or push them so it don't matter !
heather

War, WV

#11 Dec 26, 2012
well they haven't released the parent that brought a weapon into the school thats what i heard so no they need more lockdowns and everyone checked goin and comin
Southside Parent

War, WV

#12 Dec 26, 2012
Judy wrote:
The back doors are not guarded and anyone can go in and out anytime! Go try it ... you'll see!
Your right, but most schools don't have guards at the doors, and I have never been able to come and go anytime I have been to pick my child up. I have to always had to buzz and be let in. I have seen the doors open after the students leave.
Curious

War, WV

#13 Dec 26, 2012
As for "How", my child will not end up as a loser such as yourself. "Southside Parent", the doors were wide open the last day of school. Yes you may have to be buzzed in but know one is looking when you do walk in so seriously what's the point.
Southside Parent

War, WV

#14 Dec 26, 2012
Curious wrote:
As for "How", my child will not end up as a loser such as yourself. "Southside Parent", the doors were wide open the last day of school. Yes you may have to be buzzed in but know one is looking when you do walk in so seriously what's the point.
You don't know me, so watch your slurs calling me a loser. My husband and I both work everyday and our child makes good grades and does well in school. We also don't do drugs and encourage our child to participate in school activities. It is amazing how the same 4 or 5 parents are always trying to stir things up about one thing or another.
Southside Parent

War, WV

#15 Dec 27, 2012
Southside Parent wrote:
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You don't know me, so watch your slurs calling me a loser. My husband and I both work everyday and our child makes good grades and does well in school. We also don't do drugs and encourage our child to participate in school activities. It is amazing how the same 4 or 5 parents are always trying to stir things up about one thing or another.
I am sorry currious, I misread the post wehen you were not talking about my child being a loser. I should have read it again when I was awake.
Curious

War, WV

#16 Dec 27, 2012
Southside parent, that's ok I sometimes do the same thing but in no way was I referring to your child. I was referring to "how". My husband & I are both college graduates & working professionals. Actually just relocated back to WV last year. I'm not "one of those parents trying to cause problems". I'm a concerned parent with very good cause. Our children may be cared about at this school but they are far from being protected. I would rather have someone protecting my child in the school system than to love them. I pay my tax dollars for an education & to not have to worry every second my child is in there presence.

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