Hudson School District takes a proactive approach to school safety with Active Alert
“This takes us to that next level of response,” Habisch-Ahlin said.
“It’s intuitive, it’s simple because of the panic state that does happen in an emergency,” Little said.
“There’s been a lot of pressure and responsibility put on teachers and other staff,” HTS intern Katherine Drewiske said. “I think versus pressure this is giving them encouragement to take control of their classrooms and their situations.”
“A really important element in an active threat situation is being able to get to an exit if the threat isn’t near you,” Little said.
“The ability to tap into the video system and be able to see where the incident is taking place is going to save lives, there’s no question about it,” Hartman said.