Arvest Foundation and Cassville Schools Partner for Student Safety
In part due to a gift from the Arvest Foundation, two Entry Shield detection systems are now in place at Cassville High School.
The systems are unattended and provide real-time notifications to school safety officials when a threat is detected.
"We appreciate the Arvest Foundation for partnering with the district on this safety matter," said Dr. Richard Asbill, Cassville R-IV Superintendent. "Safety and security continues to be a top priority at Cassville Schools and we believe this is an important step in maintaining a safe learning environment. We appreciate Arvest for joining us on our mission of student safety."
Through a grant program, Arvest Foundation helps worthwhile charitable activities in Arkansas, Oklahoma, Missouri and Kansas.