School Board Members Visit Police Department’s New Headquarters

School Board Members Visit Police Department’s New Headquarters

Category : CCSD

From left to right, Superintendent of Schools Dr. Brian V. Hightower, School Board Chair Kyla Cromer, CCSD School Police Lt. Jay Baker, School Board members Patsy Jordan and Kelly Poole, and CCSD School Police Chief Mark Kissel and Emergency Operations Facilitator Danielle Ross.

School Board Members on Wednesday, Dec. 13, visited the Cherokee County School District School Police Department’s new headquarters.

Board Chair Kyla Cromer and Board members Patsy Jordan and Kelly Poole took a tour of the offices, which relocated from downtown Canton and now share space with CCSD’s warehouse at 201 Mountain Brook Ct. in Holly Springs. The site provides a more central location for its officers, with quick access to Interstate 575, and also adds convenience for job applicants and volunteers who need fingerprint services.

Chief Mark Kissel led the tour, and Board members had the chance to speak with department leaders including Lt. Jay Baker and Emergency Operations Facilitator Danielle Ross.

The Board members and Superintendent of Schools Dr. Brian V. Hightower, who also attended the tour, took the opportunity to thank the Department for its service during Friday’s inclement weather early dismissal to ensure all students arrived home safely as quickly as possible.

“Our Police Department’s POST-certified law enforcement officers serve and protect our students and employees every day, and play an important role in inclement weather situations. On Friday, they were communicating with county emergency management officials, coordinating dismissal, transporting students and assisting our schools in whatever manner they could,” Dr. Hightower said. “We greatly appreciate them and all they do to keep our community safe.”

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