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Central School Board considers active shooter K9 proposal
Central School Board considers active shooter K9 proposal
Mr. Trenkamp
Thursday, August 22, 2019

The Central School Board received a proposal from Matt Seitz last Monday at their monthly board meeting regarding a new active intruder K9 program. The program is developed by former Navy Seal Joshua Morton who now resides in Chariton, Iowa. The program is looking for a pilot school that would host a dog and handler for second semester. Matt is the brother of Elkader Police Chief Mitch Seitz, and together they are purposing this program to Central. The School Board will discuss this issue further on Thursday, August 29 at 6:00 p.m. in a work session with a board meeting scheduled to follow. Those interested in learning more are encouraged to attend Thursday night. The board meeting will take place in the Commons Area.  Below are resources/information provided by the program: