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DOE moves forward with Secure Our Schools Act

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by Krystal Paco

Guam - In light of the recent criminal activity involving a robbery and car theft on school grounds DOE deputy superintendent Rob Malay told KUAM that they are moving forward with the Secure Our Schools Act and the internal procurement of security. According to Malay, the RFP was issued last month and DOE will be meeting with potential vendors either this week or next week to move forward with the process to get security in place. He adds, that monthly meetings are held with school principals in which they are reminded to take the necessary precautions to ensure their staff, students and school grounds are kept safe. As we reported the robbery of a teacher at M.U. Lujan Elementary School called for expediting the completion of the perimeter fencing along the campus. 

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