ENID, Okla. — Construction will begin this summer on a student drop-off and loading zone at Longfellow Middle School, officials announced. A blinking stop light at Randolph and 10th and a mid-block crossing in front of the school will also be installed.
The project is being funded by a $200,000 grant from the 2009-2010 Safe Routes to School Program awarded to middle schools to teach students safer ways for getting to and from school every day.Read more
“Wayfinding” is an age-old term that describes the various techniques used by travelers to find their way from place to place. Think of navigating by stars, or with a compass.Read more
Name: Ronald D. Stephens
Position: Executive Director of the National School Safety Center
Years in the Education Field: 35
Previous Posts: Chief Operating Officer for Columbia Christian Schools, Chief Business Officer and Vice President of Administration at Pepperdine University