They call the most dangerous streets in Chicago, Safe Passage routes. They call the schools that are farthest away from home, Welcoming Schools. But they call emergency plans in case a gunman enters a Chicago school building, “None of your business.”

John Kugler is on the safety committee of the Chicago teachers union.

He’s been asking for the state-required emergency plans from CPS since last Winter.

CPS won’t show them.

They won’t give them to a local reporter for NBC either.

Even after a Freedom of Information Act request.

Why?

Because they never filed them. Or didn’t create them as the law required.

For the past six years.

They call the most dangerous streets in Chicago, Safe Passage routes.

They call the schools that are farthest away from home, Welcoming Schools.

But they call emergency plans in case a gunman enters a Chicago school building, “None of your business.”

The story continues here.

Posted in CPS

7 thoughts on “They call the most dangerous streets in Chicago, Safe Passage routes. They call the schools that are farthest away from home, Welcoming Schools. But they call emergency plans in case a gunman enters a Chicago school building, “None of your business.”

  1. How will this be blamed on building principals and teachers…’cause it will be. Principals failed to inact, teachers failed to follow…we will all be receiving an email shortly.

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