The Windsor School Board has voted to continue looking into bringing a School Resource Officer into the district. The plan currently is to look to split the costs of a full-time Shelby County Sheriff’s Deputy between the Windsor, Stew-Stras, Cowden-Herrick, and Okaw Valley school districts.
Windsor Superintendent Erik Van Hoveln says the cost to the district could change if any district does not want to be a part of the School Resource Officer sharing agreement.
Currently, each district is gauging interest with their respective school boards. Van Hoveln says the next step in the process would be for all participating districts to sit down and hash out the agreement.
Van Hoveln says his district wants to have a police presence in their district for everyone’s safety.