Buildings constitute one of the greatest investments of the school district. It is in the best interest of students and taxpayers to protect that investment adequately.
Security should mean not only maintenance of a secure (locked) building, but also:
Minimizing fire hazards.
Reducing the probability of faulty equipment.
Guarding against the chance of electrical shock.
Keeping records and funds in a safe place.
Protection against vandalism and burglary.
The Superintendent is directed to establish regulations as may be needed to provide for security in the sense outlined above.